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It has the potential to, if not cleaned properly. But you can say that about any part of the body.
Some will argue that foreskin just adds an all together unnecessary health risk, but.. well, that is the argument lol.
There's this girl that's really cute, but she doesn't like my "manly" ways. She says that she likes nerdy guys. How do I get her to like me?
This is serious. She is so adorable I need to protect her from tigers and bears.
nearest one is an hour away... guess I gotta grow a pair and actually ask my parents to take me there
...well shit. This may be the most embarrassing moment ever living with my parents
A band people should look up: Half Moon Run, they were amazing for such an unknown band.
I hate those guys. I mean, if multiple girls say no, it's no man. Gtfo
I am sorry about your friend. Long distance relationships are very, very difficult ones. Is it at all possible that you can meet her again at any point? If you're willing to make it stick around, set up arrangements to meet up again. It is important to talk to her about how the distance affects the relationship though. I know that is a very difficult thing to talk about, but it needs to be done.
So how do you cancel out all the amazing emotional feelings an physical feeling during sex? Seems to be the only logical way not to cum. Since not cumming is completely counter productive and counter reproductive to the entire evolutionary cycle. I would still cum even if I not my finger off. It still feels great down there. I could pierce my dick with a needle over and over again and that wouldn't stop my gfs vagina from making my dick wana cum. Not only is it physically impossible due to physical reasons hearing my gf moan and grab me makes it even harder, no pun intended
So WTH Do I do when doing to keep the doing going?
I think that David Gilmour was the one who said that he would love to had never listened (and also made) Dark Side of the Moon to see what his experience by listening the album would be.
If i could choose only once the experience of listening again for the very first time an album would be (today, not tomorrow) is "Abbey Road" album of The beatles, I still remember when i listened for the first time (an uncle, who was a musician, gave me a pirated copy of it as a present, and made me listen to it with his audiophones, my mind was blown out and i was probably arround 10).
By this thread we could discover albums that had blown people minds that we haven't still listened and we can share our experiences!
Pd1: Can someone confirm that the inicial phrase was said by David Gilmour? I can't find the exact words on the net by hum
Pd2:So, I normally don't do threads on the pit, but i think this could be fun
Velvet Underground & Nico
ok, so I obviously have an opposite ( and very strong) opinion than the majority here... so here are a couple of links to a well known song the first is the mainstream version of the song, the second is a transposed verion in a MINOR key. If you can honestly say that after listening to both of these that they dont make you feel something very different then I would say you need a hearing aid. The first is in the key of F, the second is in the key of F minor ( i believe)
The saffire 6 is the 2i4 which a different design and USB 2 support. The 2i4 is the Saffire's replacement.
If you want to mic things than you'll definitely want one of the Focusrite's. A/D conversion blows the fastcrap *ahem* fasttrack out of the water.
They're really not great. If you have no choice they're fine, but not compared the the saffire/2i4
Hold up against?
I like their playing too but they are not that accurate when they play fast. They are good. But by sloppy I mean not accurate and also listen to Heartbreaker solo. When Jimmy plays the solo, you can hear that his hands are out of synch (I'm not sure if he does that on purpose though) so some notes get muted and it doesn't sound clean. Yeah, playing sloppy means not playing cleanly and accurately (and by clean I don't mean through clean channel, I mean the sound is clear). Most are sloppy only at high speeds.
Listen to Led Zeppelin 1979 Knebworth concert. That's definitely not Page's best moment (though back then he had problems with heroin) even though I like the concert.
And having a sloppy technique doesn't mean that you always play sloppily. They only played sloppily when they played fast. Also Jimi Hendrix is always out of tune. Though it's kind of part of his sound. And it's kind of understandable because of his heavy whammy bar use. It doesn't sound like Jimi Hendrix if it's not a bit out of tune.
Don't get me wrong, I think they are great guitarists. But lacking technique is always lacking technique. But IMO they are good enough guitarists to play the music they want to play.
Yeah s'all 'bout the brand name buddy.
I don't understand why people become obsessed with modes at a certain point in their musical development, cuz I never did.
Cancel the plans. Stop engaging her.
I would think the dorian scale as minor with #6 rather than A minor played over a D minor progression. D dorian scale is nearer to D minor than it's to A minor.
So if I were to play with and then play 5--7--8 on the high e string, I would be playing the Major Scale in it's entirety?
But you know that D minor with #6 is exactly the same notes as A minor scale?
If you can't hear in your head what "sounds good", then the issue is your ear training and musicality.