Turn it in.
Are there any theologies/philosophies that you purposefully guide your life by?
5/22: Move D, Reaganz, Sassmouth @ Monarch
5/28: Refused, White Lung @ GAMH
5/29: Spoon @ The Fox Theater, Oakland
5/29: Max Cooper EMERGENCE @ PW
5/30: Neutral Milk Hotel @ Pappy & Harriet's
6/2: Kiasmos ft. Olafur Arnalds, Rival Consoles @ The Independent
6/6: Matthew Dear, Daniel Bortz @ Public Works
6/12: Christian Loeffler @ TBA
6/17: Clap Your Hands Say Yeah @ The Independent
6/21: Underworld, Jungle @ The Hollywood Bowl
6/25: Until the Ribbon Breaks @ The Rickshaw Stop
I just try to be kind, honest, helpful, loyal, and reliable. I don't subscribe to any specific philosophy or theology other than that.
Your openness is refreshing.
2 oz blended whiskey
Juice of 1/2 lemon
1/2 tsp powdered sugar
1/2 slice lemon
Shake blended whiskey, juice of lemon, and powdered sugar with ice and strain into a whiskey sour glass. Decorate with the half-slice of lemon, top with the cherry, and serve.
tinychat may be a possibility for me tonight.
Also, thanks fatbastard. What's your name? I feel so rude saying that.
So, anyway... My question to you includes a video demonstration. Since it sounds like you truly are a music nerd, I'm certain you've been exposed to some Pink Floyd in your mere 25 years. (Typing that just made me realize something else... you're exactly 1/2 my age! fuck.) And, I'm sure you're familiar with Pink Floyd's: The Wall. After watching this video demonstration, please tell us what it means or represents to you. Perhaps it reminds you of something you've seen maybe not in person, but oh...in film, or magazine.
Anything with E becomes a dance party. My vacuum cleaner becomes a dance party on E
Quick question, has anyone else here actually held a fetus? They're not very cute.
Ivey, what's your favorite "dirty" word?
What are some movies you enjoying revisiting when you just want something comfortable?
Paul, what would be your retaliation if Greghead left an Elephant in your backyard?
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You act like having an elephant is a bad thing. I would be psyched if someone left an elephant in my backyard. I would immediately try to ride him and be friends. If anyone has a spare elephant, you know where to send it.
If the elephant was like Stampy from the Simpsons, I would also be psyched.
Tell us about some thoughts that have run through your head that have profoundly disturbed you.
What do you consider the most selfless act you've ever committed was? Most cruel?
What is your best case scenario for your life at age 60?
2 Most selfless: stepping aside for a friend to go after a girl we both really liked. They're still together. Most cruel: A girl I had been close to the first two years of high school but ended up hating for some dumb dramatic reason that I have since forgotten and I'm sure made no sense tried to make peace at prom by saying I looked nice and I said something like "No one asked you" - this made her cry at prom. Fast forward 8 years and she's my closest female friend now, so things are all good.
3. Close to being able to retire, if I've had any kids they are by this time self-sufficient, or if I'm single I'll have plenty of hobbies to keep me occupied.
#2 is exactly what happened to a friend of mine is high school as well. Weiiirdd.
If you became an animal for the rest of that animals expected life which animal would you become and why? What positives do you see in living as that animal? Please specify breed/location ie bear in china or bear in north america. You may assume you keep your human intellect but wont be able to do things outside of that breed's capabilities like talk.
I'll be a sea turtle in the Pacific Ocean. They have good lifespans, up to 80 years, and like me "It takes decades for sea turtles to reach sexual maturity" (Source :Wikipedia)
IceyHotshot, Ionesco once famously said that boredom is a symptom of security. You seem like a guy who is very careful in planning your life and choosing secure routes. What do you do to spice things up when life begins to feel rote?
Usually that's when I decide to travel somewhere or go on an unplanned roadtrip. This is basically what I did when I went to Coachella the first time (bought a pass on CL, went three days later).
I'm going to assume the questions for me are over and since it will be harder for me to do this at work tomorrow, I will now select greghead for the next member of the week.
Greg, in terms of LP purchases, what was the best score you ever had? Can be a single LP or a particularly good day where you got a good batch of stuff. Provide details on location, items you got, and a rough comparison of how much you paid versus how much it/they usually go for.
Also, what is your best Coachella-related memory?
Greghead, what is your most guiltiest of guilty pleasures?
Greghead, please tell us the story of the largest tip you have ever seen in the service industry and the circumstances behind it.
Greghead, what is your favorite "hidden treasure" in San Francisco?
My best Coachella-related memory has to be my first Coachella memory in 2005. First year we parked next to the owners and operators of Ballast Point brewery. They showed up with six 5-gallon kegs of beer, great food, and a bunch of potent weed. Very nice, generous people. Clued me into what Coachella was really about as we ate, drank, and talked about music.
Jesus, Hannah. Let me think on that one.
Paul, it was a pleasure getting to know you.
Greg, when, where, how did your interest in music begin?
The largest tip I ever witnessed was $500 for holding a motorcycle helmet while the guest had dinner at the resort. The largest I ever received was $200 from the bassist of the Black Crowes. I recognized him and told him I hope their current hiatus isn't permanent (it was on the night of their last show). When he checked out he left a note explaining that he recognized the "heart" emanating from me and blah blah hippie stuff. Nice guy.
If I told you, it wouldn't be hidden.