posted on Dec, 25 2013 @ 12:09 AM
reply to post by watchitburn
I say take this time to lay around and drink wine while playing Bioshock. After all you may or may not be able to enjoy this extra free time if not
for Christmas, no? No-ones judging what you do with this free time, at least no-one should be. *Clink* Merry Christmas, oh and make sure to play both
edit on 24-12-2013 by Wookiep because: (no reason given)
No drinking yet, didn't have time-- between a whole round of Diablo II Lord of Destruction expando for old time's sake, and a splice... started last
Friday PM. Finished D2E an hour ago; felt real good taking that shower to rinse the two inch coating of caked-on demon blood off my Ancient Armor.
For both endings---
I finished splicing all three
takes together of my favorite Who number ("Won't get.." because it's in F%'n A Wookie) just so I could play
along the bass line in my Sony buds: the Rainbow, Goodnight Toronto AND The Concert for NYC at the same time.
I SONAR'ed in the embellishment voids /blanks from each individual effort with already existing track, and Johnny Twinkle was all but scrubbed out so
there was no toe-stepping-onnage. The BNX was set up for a pre-Selmer store full of SVT's half a minute before turning into a six kllowatt chorus
line of arc welders: quite ugly really. There can be no excess of information when it comes to audible carnage. If there was any wonder about it Kenny
and Keith were as compatible a perc duet as Liz Taylor and Richard Burton.
Good practice toon although when you feel like tearing the head off a reindeer or two. ARRRgh. Blast pathos, arpeggios like (dare I?) The Immigrant
Song, and a couple or three chords just to infuse MEAT. The ending made me cry I can't take it Brew-Hoo.
Next may be that first solo platter Bruford tune where Stewart grew all his hair back in 1:20 or less... like the described turtle out of the shell.
It's so pretty, then it gets pretty loud too.
Such an old lightweight now... unabashed bawling
May the time off pass slowly and happily for us all. And always wanted to say nice string o' Poils.