posted on Dec, 14 2009 @ 09:01 AM
ThanX ChemBreather! Nice Vids!
AudioSlave sounds enough like Rage against the machine that it's hard to tell for sure who was doing vocals.
Believe it or not, I composed a decent reply to you'r post, with some rather heavy research poured into it, but when I posted the piece I'd written
(3+hours including research)...at least I type fast, surprise!
My writting had all been stolen by the 4000 character maximum, or it's pal Gollum (and I do so hope it enjoys it's precious...).
I had written exactly 4,000 characters, which I'd de-spaced, and fudged a wee bit in auld ainglitch to make fit .
I even proofread it.
No problem; till I hit the button.
Then it was gone, like an infant left on a pallet out on the lawn when the dingos come snuffling by, or the bears, wolves, panthers (mountain lions)
wild hogs, or pythons ect.,ect.. We've no dingos hereabouts but I've no children under 30 anyway, and everyone here carries firearms because we have
large animals (I even left out a few) that think people are the other white meat.
Even Bambi will attack with no warning (natural camo) if the rut is on.
Though I am quite skilled at self defense, I don't want to have any opportunity to get snagged by Mama Bear while I'm changing a flat tire, or tyre
for my friends who would probably use a spanner to remove the lug nuts instead of a lug wrench like we colonials use, and anyway, if they live in
Merrry auld England instead of Oz the government has probably made it illegal to have a lug wrench or a deflated tyre.
I once had a 1959 Vauxhaul Estate wagon I could yank a 12 inch piece of chromium trim from and stand off any hiwaymen who happened along whilst I was
repairing my conveyance, usually with a sideways smirk and a cry of "STAND AND DELIVER", but I swear, I only picked on hoodlums.
Life, death, spirals, coils, snakes, and all, as you can see, I've stayed right on topic here.
Duders, some of us, sometimes have something a bit over 4,000 characters to say, and sometimes we even include elements of style in hopes our
scribbles won't be too pedestrian.
Like this time I included a bit about The Red Dragon, and why modern folk do not know her name. I also wrote with some authority concerning the Grand
Illuminator, laughingly called the Prince of Darkness by certain un-named ones a bit bedimmed of wit, and yes, I even managed to work in several lines
of the Bard (from The Tempest). At least I can do enough Shakespear to warm the cold, cold, cockles of well intentioned teachers of "Theater Arts"
whithered little black hearts (it's all the tranquilizers and alcohol), with a goodly sprinkling of three or four varieties of "real" science, and
most religious books from memory.
I also mentioned the COIL/SPIRAL/increasing diameter circular cutting of an apple peel. As being among the;
-> FIRST PROFOUND STATEMENTS ANCIENT MANKIND LEFT FOR US.