Monday, April 21, 2008

I knew it! :D

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Performing Arts

Includes: - acting - singing - performance art - dance You are an outgoing and sensitive person who needs an outlet for your creativity. Your negative aspects may be being stubborn, bosy, or too competitive. You would be great in a career in the performing arts, because you need a way to express yourself through movement and speech.

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autogenes Training...

"Ich bin schlank, ich bin schlank, ich bin schlank, ich bin schlank...".. traurig dabei nur, dass man sich das selbst regelmaessig sagen muss. Trotz eines BMIs, der mittlerweile unter 19 liegt... zwar nur knapp, aber nun ja...

Thursday, April 03, 2008

Oh so true, so true.

just listen to the lyrics. Very true.


Ha! i finally found some harmonies for the first two bits of a new song I am working on... it started all a bit odd because i insisted on having the melody going via g#d#c# etc. so, with my limited knowledge of guitar chords it was simply impossible. transposing them all by 1 (i.e. a-e-d etc) made it a lot easier. However, now I am relying on the most basic chords (e, a, C and such). What can I say, great bands do that. And when I learn more chords, I surely will make use of them, too :)
Now I just need more text. and a chorus :D

And another song...

that i'd like to get your attention to: "Drunk without Drinking" by Buck 65. Currently I even feel like "What am I putting myself thru this crap for?
Feels like I'm standing on top of a trap door
Lost at sea, tangled up in golden hair
Scavenger-hunter my life is like a folding chair" (excerpt lyrics) (have a listen on

Thursday, March 27, 2008

Zoom - Kick - Persuasion - Tech

I am going to learn how to play the banjo someday. I simply have to. I have been reminded of this by a song called "Blood of a Young Wolf" by the artist Buck 65. You might call him Hip Hop, but i refuse to do so, because I associate "Gangsters" with Hip Hop. With Buck 65 I simply associate "I would". Hire him to write lyrics for me, I mean. He's like a poet who supports his words with beats and other instrumentals. And some turntable-action as well. I can assure, if you have heard Blood of a young wolf you haven't heard "his music" per se, pretty much every track is different. For the better or for the worse, depends on each track and each to their own etc.
When I saw him live just recently (for the first time, as well) I certainly enjoyed it quite a lot, but there was something I had to get used to: he moves like he's got Autism or Asperger's. Judging by his words the latter might just be possible (and is in a way a good thing), but if he danced like that in the crowd I doubt he would have got a prize. However, it was charming somehow. And he certainly is rather handsome (how do all the other musicians get rid of their spots and I am still stuck with them at the age of almost 23?? hmpf.)
Well. I should get back to my own lyrics again, I guess. (but seriously, I would.)

Wednesday, March 19, 2008


after some more issues with the update stuff i finally resolved it:

in the registry you can set the default installation path for third party programs (games and such) in HKLM/Software/Microsoft/Windows/CurrentVersion -> the value is something like "C:\Program Files" or so. I changed mine to D:\... which wasn't recognised by the programs i wanted to install but apparently by the windows update service. because when i changed it back to C... it worked all fine again. Stupid windows.