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Oct 28, 2012Here's a list of neat places, some rather obscure, most awesome, that I've found and would like to share with you. I'll updated it every now and again. If you have any feedback, page suggestions of your own, or comments about these pages, feel free to share them. Without further ado, awesome places on the internet. Enjoy!Posted in: General Off Topic
List of internet point of interests:
A page full of strange, sometimes surreal, but always cool web toys and games.
His youtube channel has famous songs done in swingy/ragtime style! He’s an awesome artist.
Tons of beautiful wallpaper.
A list of phobias. Quite helpful.
Great for screwing up text on your statuses/YouTube comments.
LIVE FOOTAGE OF SHOCKING ACCIDENTS 100% LEGIT.
A channel dedicated to teaching people the proper way to pronounce words.
Indie games developed on a monthly basis under a certain theme or challenge.
One of the games from the previous website. It’s no longer downloadable from there, as far as I can tell. “On a Rainy Day,” in which you grow a tree of hands and umbrellas to help boats down a stream on a rainy day. Strange, but fun and beautiful.
A website of old games requiring a dos emulator like dosbox to play them, and among them is
A cross between pong and Mortal Kombat.
Half Life 2 in the form of a Broadway-esque showtune!
For papercraft enthusiasts.
Cats. And music. At the same time. Kiss your productivity goodbye.
I think it's kind of like memebase.
(Psychic Students In Pursuit Of Guidance)
This is REALLY cool. It's an old website (archived now) filled with instructions on performing psionics. It's been dead for a while and is probably fake, but is definitely worth checking out.
Oct 27, 2012I haven't posted here in a long time. Been kind of busy. Anyway, I have a few cool little anecdotes for you guys. The first one happened a while ago (first few weeks of school.Posted in: Culture, Media & Arts
First off, my hilarious teacher in AP Euro is a brony. It started off with me noticing that he was well aware of the internet and memes and such. He's very much a geek, and on this shelf of figures and stuff, he even had an MLP figurine. One day, he wore a polo shirt with RD's cutie mark on it, and it was pretty much confirmed at that point. On twitter, I asked "Bro-hoof, Mr Oliver?" and in class the next day, he's passing out tests and as he hands me mine, he says "Bro-hoof" and fist bumps with me.
Second, Fluttershy's line, "French haute couture, please." helped me remember what haute was on my french test (high/top).
Third, today I printed out the template for and did it on my music box. It was difficult, but worth it. Musical Wolfe is awesomeness.
That's all. =) Can't wait for season 3.
Oh, MCP just uploaded an MLP video. "A Rocket to Insanity." I'll probably regret listening to this.
FREAKING GRIMDARK AS A GRIM GRINNING GHOST COVERED IN BLACK HOLES AND BLOOD DON'T LISTEN TO IT UNLESS YOU LIKE BEING SCARRED FOR LIFE.
You've been warned.
Sep 8, 2012Well? Are they? It makes sense that they would be, since they're 4x the size of a 16x texture, but part of me doubts they are. What do you guys think? Does the impact it makes really affect lag all that much?Posted in: Resource Pack Discussion
Aug 15, 2012Found a couple of nice PMVs.Posted in: Culture, Media & Arts
I nearly cried at this one. XD
This one deserves to be on EQD.
Aug 11, 2012Quick question, are there any any brony musicians who do music in the style of Led Zeppelin?Posted in: Culture, Media & Arts
Jul 7, 2012Joepatcav posted a message on 1,000+ DL's - [1.2.5] Runescape [MAP] v2.1 [PICTURES]This map looks awesome, can't wait to take a look around it. =)Posted in: Maps
May 25, 2012
It's hard for me to decide if I like this version better. It's certainly less "girly" than the American version, but it sounds almost anime-esque, and I rather enjoy the original past the "My little pony, my little pony, aaaaahhhhhh" part.
May 22, 2012Posted in: Culture, Media & ArtsQuote from Dimondium
Our school is 20% cooler than yours.
(Note:ghetto recording. Expect studio version in 2 weeks.)
Skip to 2:02 if you wanna skip my band teacher praising my butt off. I got 4 standing ovations in a row.
Well, can't stay. Bed. Night. PM with a comment or stuff.
Winning. So much winning. I know you arranged it, but did she think you WROTE the song?
May 22, 2012So, just saw FiMFlamFilosophy's "Rainbow Dash Presents: Cupcakes."Posted in: Culture, Media & Arts
When I first read (well, listened to an audiobook of) cupcakes, I figuratively and literally hated it's guts, but this video, I was busting up the whole time. It is HILARIOUS. (And it's pretty much the exact opposite of grimdark. It's like, grindark or something.)
May 19, 2012Posted in: Culture, Media & Arts
That site has all the songs from season one compiled into a nice book. I'm waiting on season two.
Anyway, I watched an episode of generation 3 with theBaglady74's commentary.
Now I have one of the songs stuck in my head.
May 19, 2012Posted in: Culture, Media & ArtsQuote from king_coco
Bar chords aren't that hard. They're just an E form (or A form if the root is on the fifth string) barred at the appropriate place. In my opinion, they're much easier to deal with than open chords since it's just about moving your hand along the neck.
But it is weird that most of the songs are in C# instead of C. It's like Ingram has a bias towards bar chords. That, or he hates people who hate bar chords.
While we're on the subject of guitars, anypony have an idea of when the season 2 chord-book is coming out?
May 18, 2012Posted in: Culture, Media & ArtsQuote from Dimondium
In music, a barre chord (also known as bar chord or rarely barr chord) is a type of guitar chord, where one or more fingers are used to press down multiple strings across the guitar fingerboard (like a bar pressing down the strings), enabling the guitarist to play a chord not restricted by the tones of the guitar's open strings. Barre chords are often referred to as "moveable" chords, as the whole hand may easily be moved up and down the neck, "in one movement". Commonly used in most popular and classical music, they are frequently used in combination with "open" or standard guitar chords.
You're referring to a guitar, right?
Anyways, even on piano, THOSE ****ING KEYS, TOO. C sharp major=7 sharps. D flat major=5 flats. A flat major= 4 flats. D major=2 sharps (Kinda' bad, but...not easy on a clarinet, transposing to 4 sharps anyways), E Major (4 sharps in C, 6 flats in B Flat clarinet).
Yes, I've been inspired by this fandom to start learning the guitar again. I think Daniel Ingram is laughing at me.
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