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  • Birthday 08/08/1981
  1. Does anyone have presale info for the Hartford show?
  2. Saw him at the Mass MOCA earlier this month. The new stuff is sounding great!
  3. Wikipedia says they're given 3-5 possible secret ingredients 45 minutes in advance.
  4. As someone completely unfamiliar with the books I like it for the most part but am a little confused. I am having a hard time picturing the societal structure i guess. who's who, and why certain groups are enemies. Also, the vocal recording seems to be low to me or something, because it's always hard for me to hear the dialog, which doesn't make understanding everything any easier. But overall I am liking the series.
  5. The first ones that come to mind for me are: Matthew 25:21 - The Mountain Goats Inherited Scars - Sage Francis How to Disappear Completely - Radiohead Do You Realize - The Flaming Lips
  6. I didn't have any tagging issues with mine.
  7. Well I think it's mainly designed for use with smart phones, but there's a web page you can log into your account with and stream your music at any computer as well.
  8. If anyone is interested in streaming music to their iphone or android phone I'd suggest Audiogalaxy. It's free, and runs an agent on your home computer and streams to your cell whenever you want.
  9. She played the last time I went in 2005 and was pretty great.
  10. I'm pretty excited about this line up. Looking forward to seeing Justin Townes Earlee, M. Ward, The Felice Brothers, & The Decemberists the most I think. The Decemberists Emmylou Harris Elvis Costello Gillian Welch Amos Lee Earl Scruggs Ramblin’ Jack Elliot Gogol Bordello M. Ward Wanda Jackson Mavis Staples Tegan & Sara The Felice Brothers Carolina Chocolate Drops Justin Townes Earle Delta Spirit Middle Brother The Wailin’ Jennys Freelance Whales The Secret Sisters Trampled by Turtles The Civil Wars The Head & The Heart Pokey LaFarge & The South City Three The Cave Singers Wh
  11. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/03/16/nate-dogg-songs-videos_n_836370.html Now who's the west coast going to use for their hooks?
  12. I would recommend swinging up to Burlington Vermont. It's a really nice town with good food and a nice New England vibe.
  13. I'd pretty much echo what Tinnitus said. I've been using Canon dslr's since the 10D and have used most of their bodies, including several of the Rebels. They're great bodies and are priced well. Think of your first body as a vehicle to get you into dslr terrory. Then, when you realize how awesome and fun it can be you can start building up lenses first and switch to a better body down the road. To be honest, if you're just entering field I would even suggest looking at a model that was one or two generations old. They use the same lens mounts so you wouldn't lose the ability to upgrade, but th
  14. If you want to be able to expand your photography equipment, I would look at an entry level dslr. The Canon 550D is on the upper end of your price range; http://www.amazon.com/Canon-T2i-Digital-3-0-Inch-18-55mm/dp/B0035FZJHQ/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1299071392&sr=8-2 however, if you get it you can begin to invest in lenses and flashes that will work with any other canon dslr you decide to get in the future. So it would be a nice stepping stone for you. If it increases your interest in the field then you can grow with it and eventually replace the body with a higher end model but still h
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