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Metal / Re: What bands are you listening to today?
« on: January 23, 2014, 10:03:07 AM »
Infest - Slave

Heresy - 20 Reasons to End it All

You have excellent taste. Infest is one of the last bands to do something different (but still good!) with punk music. Basically I think of them as grindcore if it were played by punks who pre-dated the grindcore movement. Great stuff; and even the few longer slow songs they have are interesting - even if I find them less compelling than their normal confrontational bursts of grindpunk. Had the pleasure of seeing them at Maryland Deathfest last year - was definitely in the top 3 performances of the entire fest.

Heresy is cool too but they aren't as good. I like their Peel Sessions compilation.

Brutality - Screams of Anguish

Metal / Re: Slayer touring with Suicidal Tendencies and Exodus
« on: January 22, 2014, 02:51:10 PM »
This tour better come out to the east coast - seeing Holt with Slayer was awesome.

Interzone / Re: Atheism
« on: January 22, 2014, 06:25:17 AM »
The second picture....the neckbeard is so vast we don't even see where it ends! He must be a wizard.

Metal / Re: What Band are you listening today?
« on: January 21, 2014, 05:28:24 PM »
Anyway, today I've been listening to:

Rudimentary Peni - Farce and Death Church

 Thx for this!!!

You're welcome! Glad I could recommend.

Today :
Pentagram - Relentless
Immortal - Pure Holocaust

Been very snowy today. These albums are quite appropriate for the weather.

Metal / Re: Verted (Croatian death metal)
« on: January 20, 2014, 11:32:03 AM »
Dude, just listen to the music...The description took me 2 minutes to write  :) listen to the music and if you don't like it it's all ok, but don't judge it by description, pls.  ;)

If you put only '2 minutes' into writing the description and it doesn't mean anything, that doesn't bode well for the music.

Metal / Re: Origins of Emo
« on: January 17, 2014, 05:38:08 AM »
I like Rites of Spring! Moss Icon and Dag Nasty aren't bad either if you can stand a little melodrama in your punk.

Interzone / Re: animals and lessons
« on: January 14, 2014, 09:56:34 PM »
Mr. Animal was no longer able to produce offspring

Damn, must've done a number. I think I'd be fine with getting pounded into the ground if I left that kind of mark haha.

Interzone / Re: animals and lessons
« on: January 13, 2014, 10:09:52 PM »
Spiders are cool, because they eat mosquitoes. I cannot stand mosquitoes. They devour me alive come spring/summer. Up with spiders (and anything else that eats mosquitoes)!

Recently, I handled a dwarf boa constrictor (unsure of the exact species) at a friend's. The boa was only about 2' long, about as wide as two fingers, and slithered all throughout the house; even getting along with the cats that lived there. It reminded me how much snakes fascinate me. Little bugger kept trying to hide in my flannel since it was warm. Of course he had a box that he slept and ate in, but he really seemed to enjoy slithering along the carpets. I had never handled a snake for this long; amusingly he curled up on my lap for about an hour and chilled out.

I would love to own a snake if not for the cost and the cruelty of removing it from its habitat. They're one of my favorite species of animals. I don't see what's so scary or icky about snakes (spiders I get why - they're not scary to me though!) - maybe a vestige in the human brain is just still inherently scared of reptiles.

Metal / Re: What bands are you listening to today?
« on: January 12, 2014, 11:10:29 AM »
Good to see another RP fan.

Nice! I have no idea why they aren't mentioned more in general. Demented, disturbing, and just plain WEIRD punk. Farce is fucking brilliant.

Metal / Re: What Band are you listening today?
« on: January 12, 2014, 10:54:21 AM »
The DLA review of Persecution Mania makes the major issue of that album very apparent. Lets take one of my half favourite (will explain why) songs for instance; Christ Passion. This song is basically similar to the track Persecution Mania, only filled with totally idiotic mood ruining `thrashy` bouncy riffs. One moment you are enjoying the deepening dark mood, the next moment its back to totally out of place idiocy. If that song was stripped of half its content it would be the best track on the album. Anyway, its still cool. I even like Agent Orange.

Going to flat out disagree here. Could be my upbringing as a hardcore/punk kid (higher tolerance for 'bouncy' riffs I guess?) but I don't see what you've described as a problem. In fact, the slowing down to half time helps make the last section of the song have that much more impact. The break in "Electrocution" is a fine example of that too. The intensity drops are deliberate and well done if you ask me. Speed/thrash have always had their fair share of 'bouncy' riffs - it's a characteristic of the genre.

Anyway, today I've been listening to:

Disfear - A Brutal Sight of War and Soul Scars
Rudimentary Peni - Farce and Death Church
Sodom again, actually. Heh.
and Demolition Hammer's 2 good albums.

Interzone / Re: Who are the pests?
« on: January 08, 2014, 01:32:58 PM »
How many of you characters has ever actively hunted?
Of the almost none, how many did it purely for survival?
How much success did you have?
What tools did you use?
Do you still hunt?
If not, why did you stop?

I have, yes.

I didn't do it for survival. I did it to eat. Also my dad would make cool blankets out of the deer skin. He'd use antlers as decoration or as hunting tools.

I've only ever personally shot turkey, but I've been on hunts where deer and moose were taken.

I used a .22 rifle to shoot the turkey. We also got another turkey that trip which we gave to a family who was friends with the owner of the bungalow we stayed at. They didn't have much money so I'm sure they appreciated it.

No I haven't hunted in years.

Stopped because school took over, also my father and I are not on good terms anymore. I'd love to go again, but I need a gun of my own and a good place to go. Currently looking into both!

Would also like to emphasize that sport hunting is for dickless losers. Eat the meat you hunt you coward, don't waste it.

Interzone / Re: water and light
« on: January 06, 2014, 01:30:40 PM »
We got more deer here than people. Too many. Even I am starting to consider bowhunting for venison.
Cars hit deer every week. New trees get no chance to grow, since deer strip the young bark.
If you have any kind of garden, you gotta have a big deer-fence.
No predators here, you see, other than the very rare bear or cougar, that swims over from Vancouver Island.

Damn. If I were you I'd take it up! Venison is the meat of the gods. In a stew, or made into jerky - that's my favorite way to have it. Beats the hell out of beef! Additionally their fur makes for wonderfully warm and comfortable blankets. Deer are sort of a pest over by my mother's place but since she lives in a pretty suburban area they don't cause too much trouble.

Ergh, I miss hunting. Come the summertime I'll hopefully be able to go again, it's been too long.

Interzone / Re: Anti-raciscm = racism
« on: January 06, 2014, 01:02:48 PM »
Wow what a cunt. I'm no fan of Romney but the man was just taking a photo with his grandkids. Tasteless comment by that bitch.

Notice how they were all acting like "Wait Republicans don't ALL hate black people??????" [heads explode]

Interzone / Re: water and light
« on: January 06, 2014, 12:58:34 PM »
Dead last, how often to you and your lady go hiking? Looks beautiful out by you, judging from that pic.

Wish I could hike with my goil - too bad we live in separate states at this time. She also works a long week, hampering recreation. I mostly hike with my brother. Some good trails where I'm at but I'm too damned close to a city to get to the real wilderness. Fortunately if you're willing to drive for an hour (or less!) you can find even better trails out near me.

Also crow - where you live looks like somewhere I'd love to hike. Or hunt. I imagine there's good game out by you? Haven't had me some venison in a while.

Interzone / Re: Insecurity.
« on: January 06, 2014, 12:48:13 PM »
Because, as long as you actively live, you have a chance at discovering what you haven't yet discovered.

Just popping in to say that this is some profound shit. Words of wisdom.

Tackling one's insecurity is one of those "really fucking hard to do but its so worth it" things. I'm not 100% there, I may never be 100% there, but at least now I can look at myself in the mirror and be mostly content with what I am.

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