How funny is it that 3 of the 4 first round games are repeats of week 17 match-ups?... Cowboys vs Eagles, Cardinals vs Packers and Bengals vs Jets all rematches from this past week :P
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I'm really digging Silversun Pickups. Reminds me of all the great 90's bands like Smashing Pumpkins and My Bloody Valentine.Solid, solid band. They've definitely got some shoegaze and dreampop elements to their sound. :) I'm seeing them live with Muse in March :D Awesome band...saw them on Paladia recently doing an acoustic set, they were great :)
I've found several bands recently actually, I'll list some songs I like that I think others should listen to to get a good feel for the bands as well...
Dropping Daylight (Songs: Brace Yourself, Tell Me)
Mae (Songs: The everglow, Someone else's arms)
The Weepies (Songs: Orbiting, Happiness)
Glasseater (Songs: Greetings...Goodbye, Falling apart)
Making April (Songs: Runaway World, Driveway, I wrote this Song)
The Cab (Songs: Bounce, I'll run)
Joshua Radin (Song: Winter)
I think that about does it for recent bands I've found and liked :D Hope that somebody else discovers them and enjoys as well, there's a good bit of variety in these bands I listed :)
Here's my advice...drop the gym membership...look-up "P90X" workout program from Beachbody, it'll get you where youwant to be (provided you're ready for it)and it'll run you much less than a year's membership at a gym. All you need equipment-wise isa couple of dumbells or bands and a place to do chin-ups, the program will get you in crazy good shape if you're ready to work for it. Workoutsare put onto about 12 dvds andare 1 hour a day, eachdvd focuses on different groups of muscles. Like for example your first 3 weeks will look like this... Day1 Chest & Back, Day2 Plyometrics, Day3 Arms & Shoulders, Day4 Yoga, Day5 Legs & Back, Day6 Kenpo (High intensity cardio/fighting), Day7 Rest/stretch... believe me, it's killer, I had a gym membership for 2 years and wish I had of known about this program so I wouldn't have wasted my time and especially my money on gym. If you purchase the program, you'll also get a nutrition plan that shows you what you need for what type of build you're going for...very detailed program, again, check it out, can't stress it enough. :)
Ok so I get a prompt from Mcafee to allow/block Program:OOBEFcdRegistration Location: C:/programfiles/sony/firstexperience/oobefcdregistration.exe...anyone know anything about this? I tried searchingsony's site, yahoo and google but didn't really get any info about what it really is...being that mcafee promted the question, I was wondering, anyone have a clue what this is? Anyone else experience this?
FYI I just blocked it for the meantime, until I get some info and also ran mcafee scan but turned up nada, confused what promted the alert...any help would be greatly appreciated :D
I'm gonna have to say, Aurelio Vallerillo-Sanchez... This guy might be the father of the century, he stole a 300 year old painting of the virgin Mary from a local church so that he could sell it and use the money to pay for...an abortion...for the teenage girl he knocked up...who he is accused of raping...oh and his other children were told to wait in the car as 'look-outs' while he broke into the church to steal the painting. Quite possible this could be the greatest father of all time :P
I average around 6 books a year I'd guess. Usually more along the comedic route than anything else, currently I'm reading A.J. Jacobs' "The Guinea Pig Diaries: My Life as an Experiment"... very hilarious, I'm about half-way through the book and would definitely recommend it to anyone who wants numerous laughs. Some other favorites would be Rich Smith's "You can get Arrested for that," Rick Moody's "Right Livelihoods" is a compilation of three short stories all of which I found intriguing in their own way and Douglas Adams' "Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy"
You mean like my "Insured by Smith & Wesson" window sticker? :lol:Yep. My uncle had one similiar, and I had one when I lived there. I live in the city now so it isnt the same but.. I forgot his but it was quite direct =)
I like the one that says "We don't dial 911" and there's a picture of a gun underneith. :lol:I have that one :D It's a wooden sign with "We don't call 911" and a revolver carved below that :P
It's not punishing because the rich hide so much of their money in tax-sheltered accounts or in investments that are untaxable or what-have-you...They should have to pay like everyone else does, no more loop-hole BS or exceptions because they're rich and can do so. Besides many rich people even though they have the money never have to pay for alot of what they get because they're famous or well-known enough that they get complementary swag, meals, items, clothes, whatever, so again, since they don't buy it, no taxes from them are paid. I believe that the nation should go to a flat-tax system... make it like a 10% or whatever sales-tax across the board, that way everyone, rich or poor pay the same for what they buy, no exceptions. You can regulate your taxes with a simple budget, you spend, you pay ____% of that. That way everyone who buys anything, pays taxes the same as everyone else.
I support the so-called "death tax". I don't like any sort of tax system that punishes the successful, but I do like the idea of telling the successful's children to pull their own weight.Oleg_Huzwog