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  1. I have a laptop, a crappy one
  2. So I had to install Linux for school. Any of you guys using Ubuntu? I could use some tips and hints. For instance, at the moment, my screen is very dark, it hardly emmits any light, my eyes start to hurt
  3. By far my most favourite female singer
  4. 1. Weak - Skunk Anansie (1996) 2. Tighten Up - The Black Keys (2010) 3. So Flute - St. Germain (2000) 4. Sheep - Pink Floyd (1977) 5. Righteous and the Wicked, The - Red Hot Chili Peppers (1991) 6. Obscured by Clouds - Pink Floyd (1972) 7. O Fortuna - Carl Orff (1936) 8. I Put a Spell On You - The Animals (1966) 9.Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On - Jerry Lee Lewis (1957) 10.Shake, Rattle and Roll - Bill Haley & His Comets (1954)
  5. wow, loads of great songs this week! one more from me: Weak - Skunk Anansie
  6. 1. Born in the USA - Bruce Springsteen (1984) 2. Brothers in Arms - Dire Straits (1985) 3. A Momentary Lapse of Reason - Pink Floyd (1987) 4. Back in Black - AC/DC (1980) 5. Eliminator - ZZ Top (1983) 6. Texas Flood - Stevie Ray Vaughan And Double Trouble (1983) 7. Appetite for Destruction - Guns N' Roses (1987) 8. Purple Rain - Prince (1984) 9. Thriller - Michael Jackson (1982) 10.Master of Puppets - Metallica (1986)
  7. The Flying Neutrinos is a name I can only approve as an astrophysicist Thanks guys, keep posting!! :happybanana:
  8. I hope the voting will be more than one week because I'll be away from the internets from tomorrow till next sunday..
  9. Hi guys Belgium has this great band called Lady Lynn and her Magnificent Seven. I'm nog that good in labeling music, but I believe it's called 'swing'? I love this kind of music and I was hoping you've got some recommendations for me The song I posted is from a few years ago, but I don't care about the age, any decade will do. Thanks!
  10. Let's change the title to: The Great Most-Of-The-Time -Funny Images Thread
  11. A Momentary Lapse of Reason ~ Pink Floyd 1. Signs of Life 2. Learning to Fly 3. The Dogs of War 4. One Slip 5. On the Turning Away 6. Yet Another Movie / Round and Around 7. A New Machine 8. Terminal Frost 9. A New Machine 10.Sorrow
  12. John Lennon's killer was again denied parole in New York, nearly 30 years after gunning down the ex-Beatle outside the musician's New York City apartment building. A parole board decided not to release Mark David Chapman after interviewing him Tuesday by teleconference at Attica Correctional Facility in upstate New York. It was Chapman's sixth appearance before the board since becoming eligible for parole in 2000. He will be eligible again in 2012. Chapman, 55, had been scheduled to appear last month, but the hearing was postponed by parole officials, who said at the time they were awaiting additional information. They did not elaborate. After Tuesday's decision, the board wrote to Chapman that it remains concerned about "the disregard you displayed for the norms of our society and the sanctity of human life when, after careful planning, you travelled to New York for the sole purpose of killing John Lennon." The panel said "release remains inappropriate at this time and incompatible with the welfare of the community."
  13. yes, but we don't have a non-funny images thread.
  14. You mean at 3:40? Woman: What are you doing?! Guy: I've had it with her great video
  15. "Teen Age Riot" "Silver Rocket" "The Sprawl" "'Cross the Breeze" "Eric's Trip" "Total Trash" "Hey Joni" "Providence" "Candle" "Rain King" "Kissability" Trilogy: A) "The Wonder" "Hyperstation" Z) "Eliminator Jr."
  16. Special Needs - Placebo Soldier's Poem - Muse Throw it all away Let's lose ourselves 'Cause there's no one left for us to blame It's a shame we're all dying And do you think you deserve your freedom How could you send us so far away from home When you know damn well that this is wrong I would still lay down my life for you And do you think you deserve your freedom No I don't think you do There's no justice in the world There's no justice in the world And there never was
  17. Leonard Cohen - Live in London Finally! :happybanana:
  18. NASA has announced a new "Wake-up Song Contest" to allow the public to choose just what songs the crew will hear on the final flight of the space shuttle Discovery this November. While the voting is, unfortunately, limited to a list of 40 previously played songs (so sadly, no "Flight of Icarus" or "Space Oddity"), there are still some intriguing choices available for voters, including Metallica’s "Enter Sandman," 3 Doors Down’s "Kryptonite," Tom Petty’s "Free Fallin" and "Blue Sky" by Big Head Todd. The top two vote-getters will wake up the crew on their 11-day mission. A second component of the promotion allows aspiring musicians to submit original songs, with the winning entry to be played on the last planned shuttle mission aboard the Endeavor in February.
  19. 1. My Heroics Pt. one - Absynthe Minded (2005) 2. Liberty Song - Levellers (1991) 3. Take Off Your Sunglasses ~ Ezra Furman and the Harpoons (2008) 4. Fire - Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band (1986) 5. Proof - I Am Kloot (2003) 6. Draw The Line - Aerosmith (1977) 7. Raise My Rent - David Gilmour (1978) 8. Lay It On The Line - Triumph (1979) 9. What Does It Take (To Win Your Love) Junior Walker and the All-Stars (1969) 10.Let My Love Open The Door - Pete Townshend (1980) Thanks helping out Lizard! [smaller] Now, since newbies are more easy to persuade, how much for 'miscounting' and placing my nominations first? [/smaller]
  20. Viaene


    I'm going on a trip to Slovenia with my parents, brother and sister. Be good while I'm away!
  21. cuz he'll be facing Edna in the real world!
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