thanks all for the warm words
this forum has always been so kind to me it almost brings me to tears.
Going to warn you, I'm about to go on a tangent rant for a bit, so you can skip to a later part if you want that was the original reason I started
It's not that I have a problem with buttholes, in fact, I get along with buttholes the most. I've never had a problem being humiliated, I appreciate
critiques, I appreciate people being straightforward with me. I don't want you to beat around the bush because you're afraid of hurting my feelings.
It's just sometimes I have a strong habit of always reprimanding/critiquing when given the opportunity. I usually just catch the trolls instantly and
let it slide, but sometimes I really can't tell if they are just that stupid or just trolling. I usually just make them look like fools by the end of
it. I'm actually pretty good at trolling trolls, but it takes a bit...you know after they get frustrated they find out it's not working and open up
many opportunities for me to actually make hilarious comments at their expense with ease. A skill an ordinary troll would never be able to amount to.
Rant still not over.
That being said, I've been playing vidoegames for way too long to be frustrated over humiliation or losing. I've been playing competitive video
games my entire life. I've played videogames with THE WORST communities imaginable, and people instantly think oh, League of Legends, no, I'm
talking the original Defense of the Ancients the game was based off of. Try playing ONE public game without having at least 2 people arguing
throughout the whole thing, or just leaving out of frustration. You might have.. 1 in 20 games that stayed as a full 5v5...definitely giving props to
the stand-alone Mobas for fixing that. Before you had to play a game within a game...which had no ranking system, just people entering and leaving
public made custom made games at will.
ANYWAYS. that aside. I wanted to post a song, you've all heard before if you actually listen to the videos I post. It wasn't on youtube, so I had to
take the liberty of uploading it myself. Which, guess what, the real owner of the song was grateful I had done so...it really kind of breaks my heart
that he isn't as well known as he should be. The dude even did the coloring on invader zim! He's even in the credits! shown here.
I have the upmost respect for the man, and I believe he deserves much more than what limited publicity he has received for his amazing contributions
to art and music.
I can understand, not everyone can get into his main style of music. It takes a bit of an acquired taste...which I have no idea where to get it from.
But the best album(well, I can't say that, it's the only one I've heard, and I bought it for 99 cents INSTANTLY on amazon when I heard the first
song by him on pandora. He does such a well job the the vocals in this tracks it seriously makes it once of my favorite songs of all time and it means
SO much to me. I'm guessing his music career is somewhat limited)
Anyways, I learned something about it I hadn't before, it would make a good song for my funeral.
It's kind of hard to understand especially by the way I ordered the words here.. but it makes sense to me, especially as a eulogy.
Here are the lyrics first according to me, which make sense in a eulogy.
I can't say for sure if they are what was intended, but I wouldn't doubt it was far from the truth anyways.
I feel you, I see you: your hands around the time-
No place for losers: no time for users; cold light of reason: sure sign of envy-
Knew that you'd never stay; watching you walk away-
Go now; go ride away and leave these things behind you-
There's danger in your smile; it's growing all the while: you gave-
You gave my tears away-
Can't here; the words you say: I feel you: your hands are gripping mine-
No cause for sorrow: that comes tomorrow-
Like-minds are so impure: don't force me to believe-
You're getting warmer, my cold reformer-
You gave--you gave: you gave my tears a way, can't here, can't here, can't hear the words you say-
I take--I take: I take more than I should--you need-
You need, you know it's good-
I see you; hear you-
I see you, I see you, I see you, I see you, my cold reformer-
You gave, you gave, you need, you need you-
I take I take I take you gave you gave you gave-
I see--feel you-
I see you-
this song, "cold reformer" reminds me of when i attended my cousins funeral, he was my age. I was the only one there who was not distraught, not
crying. I was getting chills up the spine, feeling the holy spirit, feeling him in his after-life the entire time to cry.
this is more like his normal stuff.. it's super good with good bass. any computer speakers certainly don't do it justice.
like..the whole cd just ROCKS with a good bass system in your car, like totally different album.
I totally agree with you. I really do love talking to myself, but public health messages won't agree with me so far. Why is that? Is there some
conspiracy going on? What do you think about that? Be serious please.
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