Tuesday, October 26, 2010
Promotional Hard Trance DJ mix by NISH
Promotional Uplifting Trance DJ mix by NISH
I was 100% satisfied with these mixes and have listened to them MULTIPLE times. All I can say is: Energetic, uplifting, melodic, driving.
Be back with more consistency, if not a decent length with some actual content.
Wednesday, October 13, 2010
Sunday, October 10, 2010
Being honest, I never thought I'd be making one of these threads. But right now I'm not sure what to do.
About a week ago a new girl named Sarah moved into the apartment across the hall from mine. Normally I wouldn't have taken much notice of her. I'm a self-sufficient guy and I've never really been up for relationships (it's been a few years since I had a girlfriend, and since then I've stayed by myself and just worked on my writing). However, Sarah isn't a normal girl: she's in a wheelchair.
Over the last week we hung out a little bit, and last night we finally got around to her 'housewarming' party, in which we both got wasted and I woke up on her couch. She is quite intelligent and witty, and she seems rather upbeat despite everything. So of course, the thought of whether I ask her out popped into my head today.
And I don't know. But not from being disgusted or anything horrible like that. She's nice, and quite pretty, but for starters I have no idea what to expect in someone in a wheelchair. And secondly, I haven't had a girlfriend in a long time, and I don't know whether my reservation is just a learned behaviour of this or something else.
So here I am, asking for help. I can clarify if more info is required, but in any case thanks for your time.
Four years ago she was riding her scooter (Vespa?), and while she was at a red light someone plowed into the back of her. She told me that she has some scars, but I haven't seen them so I can't tell you what they entail, apart from a small scar across her left cheek, under her eye. She said it was from the crash, but it is a tiny line that you could swear was from a blade or slicing along a sharp counter corner if you didn't know.
She told me the details last night, that she was in hospital for a long time. It was a pretty sad story, so I told her that she could stop, which she did. I feel bad for not stopping her sooner, because it must be painful to recount I guess. I've only ever had my asthma attacks, and those aren't really on the same field.
Well, I guess I've decided that it doesn't matter that Sarah is in a wheelchair; I'm going to ask her out.
But now I have to plan a venue, should she let me take her on a date. I don't want the cinema, because that's a bad message, but I want to be something interesting at the same time, that is generally wheelchair-accessible. Usually I would wait for a clear night and stargaze seeing I know the starmaps, but seeing I would have to take her from her chair and lay her down on a blanket I may save that one. Does anyone have any good ideas?
Alright, OP here. I'm going across the hall to ask her. Wish me luck, would you?
OP here. I'm back.
Sarah answered the door reasonably straight away. She's a little hungover today after the vodka she drank last night, but she still seemed pleased to see me and asked what was up after inviting me in.
I didn't bullshit or falter any. Leaning down toward her level a little I told her that I have enjoyed spending time with her, and I'd like to take her out somewhere so that we can get to know each other better.
Silence. She just stared at me for a few seconds with a straight face before scoffing and saying something to the tune of "Please. Lots of women out there whose legs work." But I decided before I went that I wasn't going to get palmed off, so I said "But I'm asking you."
She agreed, told me that she has tomorrow night free, but... it's strange. She seemed almost reserved or untrusting. I don't quite get it. Still, a yes is a yes until proven otherwise so I have to plan a good evening. Cheers to everyone who has given advice to me, I probably couldn't have done it without you, but I'm still concerned with these new developments.
Since the inception of the advice board there hasn't been a thread I remember quite as much as this one. It was the early days of said board that was around for maybe a week at most at the time but I have to say it was pretty engaging trying to give this guy some courage and, to be honest, it was some real Densha Otoko-type shit going on. Sometimes I wonder if the two went anywhere in a relationship or if anything ever came of it for that matter.
Thursday, October 7, 2010
I First went on a Friday which come to find out is surprisingly one of the more deader nights the place had to offer unfortunately and after conversing with the bartender for a few minutes I learned Thursday is when the place is most hoppin' and let me tell you it's no exaggeration. For about 3 hours it was crazy dancing and that's all I go to clubs for and for being known as a gay club it isn't all that bad(though no homo).
I'm not there to pick up chicks or get intimidated by ALPHA AS FUCK niggaz.
I'm just there to have a good time, drink (their weak as FUCK drinks) and hop to some decent music no other place can mix like which is a rarity because you just get some guy with iTunes and just playing a setlist, not working the crowd, not mixing shit and IN FACT last week some guy forgot to shut off his other programs and in the middle of a song a loud AVAST VIRUS DATABASE HAS BEEN UPDATED was blasted. Since I am not a stranger to that message I recited it in real time and got some strange looks from the people I was with at the time. lol
If you have nothing to do on Thursdays and are a hell of a ways from Boston be sure to hit this place up.
In future entries I might post some more places I spend my money at. Might as well start somewhere.
Wednesday, October 6, 2010
I was out this morning driving around to pick someone up (lets just say an errand) and I saw this lady walking with thumb out. If I had nothing to do I'd at least help.
I suppose it's my remorse to people who, for whatever reason, have no form of transportation other than their feet. These people aren't not that common around here for what I can see but from the few people I HAVE picked up are decent people or putting up an act, I don't know and I could care less but they are interesting people with a story to tell and I can never get enough of those.
Vid related I guess
Tuesday, September 28, 2010
Barry the Bear was a happy cub in Hawaii. He frolicked in the sand, played in the grassy fields, and was in the luaus every night! His mother, Cara the Cougar, took care of him, and even though he was different from her, she loved him all the same. Barry the Bear had no problems fitting in at school, because everyone realized that just because Barry the Bear was different didn't mean he was bad, in fact, his differences made him unique and interesting! Unfortunately not everyone at Barry the Bear's school agreed, Garry the German Shepard hated Barry the Bear. He said Barry the Bear could never be as good as everyone else, because he was a Bear.
Despite this, Barry the Bear became much more successful than Garry the German Shepard could have ever hoped to be. The best Garry the German Shepard got was a bounty-hunting show on A&E. Barry the Bear overcame the prejudice against him and went to the best school in the world, Clawvard. He moved to Chicago, home of The Bears, and ran for Senator. Barry the Bear won on the policy to promote change and prosperity in the Animal Congress.
And things got even better than that! Barry the Bear was pushed by Nancy the Naked Mole Rat to run for president! Despite fierce opposition from John the Jackrabbit, and vicious smear campaigns smearing him as an Animalist, he won with an overwhelming majority!
Soon he began instituting changes he promised he made. Unfortunately the leaf market crashed, and the country was in ruins. Instead of dealing with these problems, Barry the Bear kept pushing the wasteful agenda he had before the collapse, which was simply not sustainable with the lack of wealth. The people became concerned, and protested.
Barry the Bear heard them, and wanted to change, but he went in a radical direction. He started stealing all of the leaves from the hard working, bountiful animals, and gave them to the lazy, cold-blooded animals that remained still for days, even weeks at a time! This upset the animals greatly. They protested again. Barry the Bear thought that no matter what he would do, people would hate him for it. So he decided to do what he wanted to do, and what he thought was right.
Despite Barry the Bear's good intentions, the power he had corrupted him. Soon he started forming legions of cub military forces, which he called the Barry Youth. He gave these squadrons massive power over normal animals, and they soon began to oppress dissenting opinions under the excuse that they were detrimental to what Barry the Bear was trying to do.
50 years later, Barry the Bear is still in power. The ecosystem never recovered from the economic collapse, even though foreign ecosystems prospered. Animals wait for hours in line for Veterinarian care, and panels of Bears decides which animals get euthanized and which live. Food, and all other goods, are handed out in rations, and to get a ration one must wait in line for hours at a time and present proper identification. If identification is lost, it may take 2-4 weeks to receive a copy, during which time most animals starve. This once thriving forest is now reaching it's eternal autumn, and we can only hope that after Barry the Bear's tyranny ends, the ecosystem changes back to how it used to be, to the goldfish-fearing woods it was intended to be by the Founding Ferrets.