…and check out this incredible entire live show! Apparently all these cats ever left was one EP & a handful of performances. Their guitars have so many strings, it takes 12 parsecs for any non-force user to make their way across the fretboard.
I did download all I could form MySpace, but all I could get of some of the stuff was some snippets of songs. Their interpretations are proggy, masterful, eerie, and dark. I would love to get my hands on the EP.
Obviously, these scruffy-looking Nerf Herders rock too. The costumes and video production are all-out. The metal seems happier if that’s even a thing. They used kickstarter to fund their eventual takeover of the galaxy. Galactic credits go far with the Empire. I’m anxious for their full-length album, too.
It looks like of the two, these guys are the only ones currently in existence.
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I would love to see a fan mix of the movies using either of these guys to score the entire thing. I don’t think Disney would go for it, unless like Darth Lucas they realize they can make more money by selling the movies again to the same people that already own all possible formats & variations.
Molly was super-excited going door-to-door getting candy & telling eveyone we passed on the street “Happy Halloween!” She loved the compliments on her dress & shoes, and even got to pet a few puppies.
Ian loved his short 1½ street trip strapped on the front of me. People fawned over him too and he ate it up. It was a little chilly & windy so we took him home about dark to pass out candy with Grandma & BB.
At every house Molly would ask if we were going to get more, but when we circled back & she saw the other end of our street, she was ready to go home. No fight or fuss!
We got to celebrate several times since last week’s Halloween party at the church. I had a day off & was able to attend their library story time, and today we even hit up a trick-or-treat at Gaint Ealge.
I loved decorating pumpkins, the porch, and even gutting/carving the pumpkin with Molly this year.
So, you know how I’m always saying I’d like a push from a consumer level rather than government regulations or mandates regarding food allergies? This is what I’m talking about:
On our first trip we asked one of the chefs why they do such a wonderful job accommodating food allergic children at Disney World, he said, “We want the repeat business.” It would be wonderful if other resorts would take this cue from Disney and realize that if they accommodate food allergic children and their families, we will return with pleasure and continue to be loyal customers.
I’m going to have to plan ahead and look at the meal plans when we finally decide to go to Disney. It’s great news that chefs will come out & prepare food in front of you, it would be entertaining as well as putting you fully at ease.
If you know me, you know I dig making fliers. I used to make them for my old bands all the time, now I have no band, and no need of fliers… so the annual chili cook-off at my place has become my fun with fliers time. As you can see, I was a little rusty on one… not quite sure where to go. On the other… well, I think it all just fell together nicely.
Should I use both? Get rid of the corny one?
If you’re interested in the chili cook-off itself, stay tuned!