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Thanks, I'll look into it
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I thought Bill Evans was also huge?


Also check out Herbie Hancock if you wanna come over to the funkier side of free jazz. And arggh, I don't know what happened with Sakamichi, thaf was supposed to be Watanabe's glorious return to form dammit :l
post #53447 of 149529
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Originally Posted by Idsynchrono_24 View Post

Also check out Herbie Hancock if you wanna come over to the funkier side of free jazz. And arggh, I don't know what happened with Sakamichi, thaf was supposed to be Watanabe's glorious return to form dammit :l

What do you mean?

I have seen several of Watanbe's works and Sakamichi is truthfully in my top 3 of all the anime I have ever watched.
post #53448 of 149529

Does anyone listen to GYARI's Vocaloid's jam sessions?

 

Just perfect.

post #53449 of 149529
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Yes, but Bill Evans is someone that is more difficult to like at first. It is not an advisable place to start if you're not that big in jazz yet.

Ok

 

Sadly, my What credits ran out.

post #53450 of 149529
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EXIT TUNES Supernova 8, best EXIT TUNES loli cover.


Dang, you're right tongue.gif
Gonna download that when I get home...
post #53451 of 149529
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Originally Posted by Tilpo View Post

What do you mean?

I have seen several of Watanbe's works and Sakamichi is truthfully in my top 3 of all the anime I have ever watched.

I felt it was really poorly paced and dropped the ball in the second half with its pursuit of a mundane and aggressively melodramatic love triangle subplot. Show peaked for me during the climactic school jam with that ferocious improv section, everything that followed during the "refractory period" was pretty meh for me. Your experience may differ of course. I blame the subject material really, it's difficult to adapt so many volumes of manga into such a short runtime and make it feel satisfactory
Edited by Idsynchrono_24 - 2/1/13 at 2:30pm
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Yaaaayyyyyyyyy... Locked my keys in my car today during lunch... frown.gif
post #53453 of 149529
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Originally Posted by mechgamer123 View Post

Yaaaayyyyyyyyy... Locked my keys in my car today during lunch... frown.gif

No spare keys?

post #53454 of 149529

dat hp-a8c. 25 gain settings. 

post #53455 of 149529
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Yaaaayyyyyyyyy... Locked my keys in my car today during lunch... frown.gif

 

Did you call AAA?

post #53456 of 149529
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Yaaaayyyyyyyyy... Locked my keys in my car today during lunch... frown.gif

I remembered doing that once. I locked my keys in the trunk. Had to call the parking service guy at my university to unlock the car.

 

Harmlessly pried open an edge with an inflatable and stuck a little wire in there to manually unlock the door, of course the alarm went off but I got to pop open the trunk.

 

Good times, good times.

post #53457 of 149529
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Originally Posted by mechgamer123 View Post

Yaaaayyyyyyyyy... Locked my keys in my car today during lunch... frown.gif

Oh that sucks.

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Originally Posted by Tundramystic View Post

I remembered doing that once. I locked my keys in the trunk. Had to call the parking service guy at my university to unlock the car.

 

Harmlessly pried open an edge with an inflatable and stuck a little wire in there to manually unlock the door, of course the alarm went off but I got to pop open the trunk.

 

Good times, good times.

Yep....good times

post #53458 of 149529

hey panda, do you cook general tso's chicken?

post #53459 of 149529
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Originally Posted by Gumy View Post

No spare keys?
I had a spare key... In my backpack... In my trunk...
I thought my grandpa had a spare key, but turns out he lost it...

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Originally Posted by mbamg View Post

Did you call AAA?
I don't have that AAA crap lol
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Originally Posted by Tundramystic View Post

I remembered doing that once. I locked my keys in the trunk. Had to call the parking service guy at my university to unlock the car.

Harmlessly pried open an edge with an inflatable and stuck a little wire in there to manually unlock the door, of course the alarm went off but I got to pop open the trunk.

Good times, good times.
Haha, my uncle eventually showed up with a professional lock picking kit he "borrowed" from the hospital he works at... Just another perk of knowing someone who works at a hospital biggrin.gif
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Haha, my uncle eventually showed up with a professional lock picking kit he "borrowed" from the hospital he works at... Just another perk of knowing someone who works at a hospital biggrin.gif

Knowing someone from the hospital doesn't normally comes with the perk of pick locking lol..

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