Started balding a couple of years ago, started wearing a hat then finally took the plunge and used Dio's death as justification for shaving my head. These days I keep it very short rather than fully bald, so I still tend to wear the hat (I have other reasons anyway). If it gets any worse, I dunno what I'd do to be honest.
ok. so its time i upgrade my my old crappy phone and get a new "smart" phone. i have verizon, so wwat are the benefits of iphone vs a driod? im rlly not looking to spend too too much money.... idk, opinions?
Usually Firefox, sometimes Chrome. Opera on my phone, if that counts for anything.
As for the study, it's just a line on a graph used to confuse correlation and causality once again. But it does make sense in as much as people who can't figure out how to get a new browser are likely to be less bright, at least in the technical sense.
Actually being adept at housework (though I don't iron). Liking having short hair after almost 6 years of various non-short lengths. Being single and being cool with it... Well, it's only the latter part that I didn't expect.
I like it, but I agree that it doesn't seem as "full", in terms of atmosphere. Stylistically, I don't mind the change but the inclusion of so many prog stereotypes is very unusual for Opeth. Plus, Road Salt One, anyone?
As for albums, Ghost Reveries is my favourite (and first, if that matters) and Watershed isn't their worst.
My mum's indifferent to the existence of music as a whole, pretty much. My dad, however, likes about half the metal I like, and we've been to quite a few gigs together. In fact, he's seen more symphonic metal bands than I have :/
Nope, but in my hometown I seem to be in the minority; I can only think of about 3 or 4 friends whose parents are still together. Divorced parents seem to be less common among people I've met at uni, though.
The Progressive Nation tour with Opeth & Dream Theater. It was incredible
THIS. VERY THIS.
Also Devin Townsend, Rush and the fourth time I saw Apocalyptica (largely because of Pain of Salvation supporting). Frost* would've been a bloody strong contender if I hadn't had to leave early, and Opeth's headline set at last year's Bloodstock gets an honourable mention since it wasn't technically a concert.
Too much; if you get overwhelmed you can always find ways to avoid at least some of it, even if you have to go slightly out of your way to avoid certain people. On the other hand, if you get too little attention it's considerably harder to just get more (without doing something colossally stupid).
Then again, I'm a very independent person so I can cope perfectly well with little/no attention.
I never do statuses, just **** about with all their profile info. Though setting their birthday to the next day is too obvious (if they catch you), I set it for a few days/week in advance. One that goes surprisingly long without them noticing is changing their name; I once made a Spoonerism of a guy's name that lasted for a couple of days after he'd reset everything else
If Motorhead are playing, there's been a clerical error somewhere.
Already seen each of the Big 4 individually, but it'll still be awesome to see them like this. Everyone else I pretty much have to see: Diamond Head Firewind Richard Cheese Paradise Lost Black Spiders Slipknot Mastodon Arch Enemy BILL F'KING BAILEY Opeth Airbourne In Flames Alestorm
Kinda annoyed that those bands are mainly on Sunday, having an entire day to do nothing but drink only just compensates for running back and forth between stages to try and get a decent spot.
Been a while since my last post, so I'll update with the ones I've seen since (as many as I can remember, at least)
Iron Maiden Rush Anthrax Slayer Ozzy Osbourne Symphony X Turisas Ensiferum Soulfly Children of Bodom Amorphis Rammstein Bigelf Sabaton Airbourne Paul Gilbert Stone Sour Pain of Salvation Frost* Motorhead Taking Dawn Rob Zombie Delain Serenity A7X