guess i don't understand.
guess i don't understand.
Burial Hex - The Tower
Escape from prison and all that it implies
from the 7" "The Tower" on RTB records, 2010
Recorded at the Harvest Abbey, Wisconsin, 2010
video excerpted from Derek Jarman's 'Sebastiane' by Nathaniel Ritter and Clay Ruby
Produced by Clay Ruby
Engineering, programming, electronics
and vocals by Clay Ruby
additional programming and electronics by Nataniel Ritter
bass by Shane Verwey
in the Sun, ((VBRL-HXV:cr.14.7.2010))
how come non-videos from college humor keep showing up in the video stumbles? stupid.
it isn't the best interest of traffic safety for drivers to know the precise moment the light will turn. they will consistently jump the gun and rely on the light instead of observing their surroundings and being aware. bad idea.
well... it *looks* neat at least.
cool idea. that's not actual beer that it's loaded with, but it's a cool gadget.
this music makes me sort of sick. boring.
not that there's anything inherently wrong with something being fake, but it has to be convincing enough to be entertaining. the prankster was completely visible and not hiding at all. the jumping through the window thing was completely slow and unbelievable. booooring.
a little too goofy and simplistic for me. nothing personal though.
not my cup of tea at all.
useless software, in my experience. i installed it and there was just some line down the middle of the browser window. i guess it was supposed to be a file browser for the files that i had succesfully uploaded. no support, no user forums, no point.
hmmm... maybe he seemed like the greatest because of how drunk everyone probably was. i'd say he's just really good.
if we had the time and space, i could easily prove to you that boring, uninspiring lyrics have absolutely nothing to do with when they were written.
I nice little tool to view the contents of a RIFF file.
stupid. why not just call it art so we could enjoy it more? these are obvious optical anomalies as the result of using homemade equipment (that was likely designed specifically to produce these anomalies because they are what he wants to see). the fact that we don't see these things when using good quality optics is because good quality optics - by definition - allow us to observe what is *actually* there.
well i don't see eye to eye with her on anything else, but i do on this. feels nice to finally find some common ground with this silly lady.
really great engineering and construction. i don't see any useful function over that of a normal table. it wouldn't reduce scratching the floor so much as change the way in which the floor is scratched. wheel casters would be much more practical and logical.
this was really great work and i watched it all, but i do think he fails to mention or ignores the truth that predation is part of nature. all of the diseases he implicitly links to eating meat are diseases that carnivores could be at risk fro when denied meat in their diet. i'm not saying that humans shouldn't eat much less meat or that we should in any way ignore the feelings and well-being of fellow earthlings, but it is a fact that we are omnivores. it is possible to ethically hunt.
pretty narrow-minded perspective...