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New Speed Contest Starts Tomorrow Answered

By this time tomorrow there will be a new speed contest on the site. Raw materials for this one will be extremely easy to get, trust us.

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Goodhart

10 years ago

Hmm, the easiest raw material to get in my house is dust....I wonder what it could be...... LOL Dust Bunnies !

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Goodhartjoejoerowley

Reply 10 years ago

Well, I found a dust cheetah under the bed the other day....scared the living doodoo out of me too LOL

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joejoerowleyGoodhart

Reply 10 years ago

thats funny. Hey, just out of curosity what type of music do you like Goodhart?

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Goodhartjoejoerowley

Reply 10 years ago

My "likes" are really broad. I can listen to most anything that can be remotely considered as music. My "preference" is classical or stuff in the classical style. This would include composers like Beethoven and Mozart, but also Emerson, Lake & Palmer, and the Trans-Siberian Orchestra. I listen to NPR most of the time while driving, so I get a pretty wide range of pieces (mostly classical, but there is Jazz, as well as music from other countries, including the far east, Russia, African, etc. It kind of depends on my mood many times.

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joejoerowleyGoodhart

Reply 10 years ago

Oh man I love Trans-Siberian Orchestra. I wake up to NPR or attempt to wake up. They have interesting content most of the time also. I really like jazz but more recently I have been tuning into bonobo. Its awesome. They don't have any music videos (to my knowledge) but here is a video with there music.

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Goodhartjoejoerowley

Reply 10 years ago

Very interesting, kind of a progressive Jazz plus...

One of my fav. TSO videos is:

Requiem

From Beethoven's Last Night
I have the CD and if you know the "story" behind the music, this video makes a lot more sense.....

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joejoerowleyGoodhart

Reply 10 years ago

Cool Vid! Not exactly my cup of tea but like million times better then most music people listen now a days.

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heavy.metal.nguyenjoejoerowley

Reply 10 years ago

Like what. Personally, I like the old heavy metal like Metallica, Black Sabbath, Twisted Sister, Dokken, Dio. There's more but I don't feel like going through them all. Oh and I like Queen.

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joejoerowleyheavy.metal.nguyen

Reply 10 years ago

Just some of that shitty rap/hip hop- not all rap/hip hop. I like queen also. There good.

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heavy.metal.nguyenjoejoerowley

Reply 10 years ago

I really hate that. Well I heard you either like rap or rock, but people can like whatever they want.

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CameronSSGoodhart

Reply 10 years ago

Your video apparently no longer exists.

*frantically opens Requiem from Media Player Library*

Ah, very nice.

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GorillazMiko

10 years ago

Cool, can't wait to see! Get home around 2:45, so I will have the time.

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Brennn10GorillazMiko

Reply 10 years ago

I am heading to the U.N. tomorrow, so I will be back around 6:30. I can't wait!

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KentsOkayBrennn10

Reply 10 years ago

The UN!??!?! You've been getting around...

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GorillazMikoKentsOkay

Reply 10 years ago

UN?

What's that?

No, I do not know.

No, I'm not kidding.

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Brennn10GorillazMiko

Reply 10 years ago

Yea the whole sophomore class is heading to New York City and to the U.N. to hear a speech on the genocide in Darfur. Michael- The U.N. stands for the United Nations, and in short, they maintain global peace, security, and helping out nations in trouble. There are many organs involved, such as the World Health Organization, International Court of Justice, IAEA (atomic energy agency), and lots of others.

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Brennn10KentsOkay

Reply 10 years ago

Which brings up the question: Are you a citizen of all countries a part of the U.N., if you are born within a U.N. territory? Because the U.N. has its own zip code, and it is an international territory, not owned by the U.S.

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KitemanKentsOkay

Reply 10 years ago

Er...

I'd assume that you'd assume citizenship of your mother.

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KentsOkayKiteman

Reply 10 years ago

See? Whad I tell ya? He's always got some answer LOL.

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KitemanKentsOkay

Reply 10 years ago

One has a reputation to maintain ... LOL

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KentsOkayKiteman

Reply 10 years ago

GREAT SPAGHETTI!! KITEMAN SAID LOL!?!?! *scampers to check weather conditions in the underworld*

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GoodhartKentsOkay

Reply 10 years ago

LOL "Invasion of the Body Snatchers ! " the pods, the pods !

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GoodhartKentsOkay

Reply 10 years ago

well stop it, I am already pretty messed up LOL
;-) turn about it fair play

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CameronSSBrennn10

Reply 10 years ago

I asked my APUSH teacher today...she said it would be the nationality of the parents, but wasn't sure about if they had different citizenships.

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PatrikGorillazMiko

Reply 10 years ago

You really don't???? Wow - just, wow... what's this world coming to? :(

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CameronSS

10 years ago

*intrigued* Maybe I'll actually have time to enter this one...Will you have it up by (does quick calculation) 6:00 AM, so I can check before school and have something to daydream about during Honors Trig/Pre-Calc and Spanish?

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guyfrom7upCameronSS

Reply 10 years ago

your in honors precalc? sweet, I'll be doing that next year. another office supply challenge?

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joejoerowleyguyfrom7up

Reply 10 years ago

Are you guys sophomores or going to be sophomores next year?

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CameronSSjoejoerowley

Reply 10 years ago

I'm a sophomore. It's kind of nice, though...I have to take the Kansas Math Assessment this year (as a sophomore), and the rule is that passing the KMA exempts you from the final, so I get to take a test geared toward students two classes behind me instead of the Honors Trig/Pre-Calc final. Beat the system!

Oh, goody! I just realized that that means I get to sleep in for finals!

I'm in Advanced Photography after that, and I'm working on colorizing an image in Photoshop, but even though I'm using a G5 tower, it is slower than our ancient LC II (no longer here), and can't handle a task as complex as actually opening Safari... Stupid Journalism students, cluttering them up...

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joejoerowleyCameronSS

Reply 10 years ago

Thats cool about the photoshop project. Next year I am doing a flash class for a quarter. At my school if you are in an AP class and you get above a certain score on the AP final you get college credit which is nice.

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CameronSSjoejoerowley

Reply 10 years ago

*sad* I took Graphic Design last semester. We were supposed to do Flash at the end of the semester, but due to the ineptitude of the majority of the class with Photoshop and iMovie, we never got to it. Maybe I should raise a big stink about how the public school system denied me my right to learn Flash Animation, because NCLB requires the other students to catch up first...Except it's an art class, so NCLB doesn't apply.

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joejoerowleyCameronSS

Reply 10 years ago

Sounds like you guys got macs. Lucky!! I wish me had macs. About 90% of the computers in the school are pcs and the 10% are macs. The only advantage to the pcs is that it is really easy to by pass security on them which is always fun!

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CameronSSjoejoerowley

Reply 10 years ago

The vast majority of the computers in USD 501 are IBMs. Graphic Design/Digital Imaging and all the video editing classes get nice iMacs, and the journalism/photography classes get crappy PowerMacs. They wouldn't be so bad if the journalism classes would learn to use Macs and quit screwing them up...

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guyfrom7upjoejoerowley

Reply 10 years ago

I'm actually going to be a junior next year, I'm 2 grades ahead in math. I'm not one of those super mega ultra nerds though, I'm just good at math.

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joejoerowleyguyfrom7up

Reply 10 years ago

Thats cool. Where I am from after Geometry A you go to algebra 2, algebra 2a (advanced), or PreCalc. There is a 7th grader that goes to my high school for math- he is in Calculus right now :) crazy. I am not great at math. I need to actually work at it- you know what I mean?