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rjprice wrote:
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Is that new vegas?
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TOS wrote:


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Have you seen the full version of that video? That kid earned that.
link it or it didnt happen
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C. Ives wrote:
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Have you seen the full version of that video? That kid earned that.


indeed i have not

i definitely felt there was a darwinian aspect to the whole affair
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Is that figure skating or professional wrestling?
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Wow.

It's my first computer game!
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i totally remember buying that game but finding it horribly frustrating
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Yeah, I used the built-in hints when I got stuck.

Take buffered analgesic.
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always knew those things were dangerous
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Good thing babies bounce.
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Geesie Couldn't hit it sideways
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"you call that a synthesizer? this is a synthesizer!"

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Geesie Couldn't hit it sideways
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TOS wrote:
"you call that a synthesizer? this is a synthesizer!"

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TOS wrote:
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TOS wrote:


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Have you seen the full version of that video? That kid earned that.


indeed i have not

i definitely felt there was a darwinian aspect to the whole affair

There's a longer version but this will have to do. Basically he was trying to hit the kid on the red bicycle with the car door and karma took over.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wqkm8NFsVlQ

Here's the end of it in slow motion. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4SeQA8rAfKE
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C. Ives wrote:
TOS wrote:
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Have you seen the full version of that video? That kid earned that.


indeed i have not

i definitely felt there was a darwinian aspect to the whole affair

There's a longer version but this will have to do. Basically he was trying to hit the kid on the red bicycle with the car door and karma took over.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wqkm8NFsVlQ

Here's the end of it in slow motion. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4SeQA8rAfKE


wow, what an idiot
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Geesie wrote:
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"you call that a synthesizer? this is a synthesizer!"

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oh man how fun it would be to spend an afternoon monkeying around with that setup
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dv
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And all that fits in, what, a half rack module for about $300? Assuming you don't do it in software.
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dv wrote:
And all that fits in, what, a half rack module for about $300? Assuming you don't do it in software.



'Plus being able to "save" the cool sounds you come up with instead of writing down which patch cord went where.

That said, there is a coolness to the sound of analog synths.
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You can get those analog Moogs now with digital controls that allow you to save the settings without sacrificing the analog sound, which is now quite popular.

Moog Music

I'd like to have one of those Little Phattys. If you'll look for it, you'll see the distinct shape of the new Moogs on stage quite a bit lately.
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Is that new vegas?


Copenhagen. Same difference, I guess.
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The opening organ riff to In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida is doing circles in my head now.
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DukeofNuke wrote:
The opening organ riff to In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida is doing circles in my head now.

That's all fine and dandy, but that wasn't a synthesizer, it was a Hammond B-3.
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I am amazed that I have lived long enough to see all of that hardware reduced to a program running on an ARM processor. There are times I realize that we really are living in the future.
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rjprice wrote:
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So if I want an Oil Change I should go to the place without hyper kazoo kids running around?
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Pithecanthropus wrote:
DukeofNuke wrote:
The opening organ riff to In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida is doing circles in my head now.

That's all fine and dandy, but that wasn't a synthesizer, it was a Hammond B-3.

Vox Continental. As far as I know, he never used a Hammond. The Vox has a trebly, ringing sound that was popular among American rock organists at the time. Farfisas were also common.

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So if I want an Oil Change I should go to the place without hyper kazoo kids running around?


Unless you really like Valvoline.
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Saw that on the news. The gal was quite a character.
Was she wearin' Daisy Dukes?
Yeah, it was on the news here too. I'm surprised the roof didn't give in.
Goes to show how well engineered roof trusses are.
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