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Need New Music!! Screamo, indie rock & alternative xPlease leave any cooly bands below i might like and i could do the same for you!!
|CloseAtHeart|| Well here's list of bands that you might like but some songs arent in English. :|
Hay & Stone
Think that's it.
|house-of-wolves1||wow i love them!!!! :D thank youuuu|
AALAnimals As Leaders. It's music without any vocals, but it's amazing. The guitar chords are beautiful xD
|house-of-wolves1||Wow Thanks All Of You !!!! :')|
3 BandsUmm u might like Avenged Sevenfold, Black Veio Brides and Tokio Hotel
They're my fave bands. Avenged Sevenfold and Black Veil Brides are screamers
|MCRnum1fan97||any one herd of leathermouth super scremo and i love it almost as much as mcr! ps franks in it but dont think thats the only reason i like them but that is the reason i no of them but i love their music and they sound nothing like mcr|
http://www.kingdyparking.com/bbs/showtopic-457119.aspxWriting a love poem for that special person in your life doesn't have to be daunting.Even if you remember the correct grammatical terms for verse and rhyme is not important here? Whilst that's great to know when you're studying literature, it might hold you back when you're starting out on your very own love poem.Only two things are important here. 1. To think from the heart 2. To write from the heartSo how to start?1. First of all get yourself some paper and a pen and block off a bit of time when you won't be undisturbed. If you want to play some music fine, but let it be inspiring stuff, rather than loud and aggressive. I've often found that setting aside a particular block of time, (say Â½ hour) helps.2. Sit down quietly, close your eyes and remember all the good things about your loved one. Try to focus on three main areas for the moment (you can choose others if you like). Think about a) How you felt when you first saw them. When and where did you meet them, what was said,and what were they wearing? b) How you felt when you knew you really loved them. When was the moment? How did you know? How did you feel and how did you tell them about it? c) How you feel now that you're with them. How do you look forward to the future together? What plans do you have? How do you compare your life now with your partner to times before, without them? What dreams do you share?4. Now start to write your thought down onto paper. This is called prose. Prose is more every day speech than poetry, and it just describes your thoughts and the facts (for a fuller description see www.wikipedia.com). You could think of prose as just an outpouring of your feelings onto paper. Don't hold back. Just go for it. It can all be edited later. For now, just spill it out and get it down.5. When you feel that you've written enough (you decide how much that is), it's time to review it. A review is your own chance to really look back at what you've put down on paper.Are there parts you don't like or areas you want to write more about? Perhaps there are sections, words or sentences that you really don't want in there? Be honest with yourself. No-one's looking at it at this stage, and you're not trying to rival Shakespeare. It's more important that these are your honest feelings, even if you might â€˜flounce them up', poetically, later on.6. Most â€˜love poem' advice now recommends that you replace common nouns with proper nouns. It's not too complicated. It means Instead of saying â€˜flower' - which is pretty general, be more specific and choose a type of flower - say â€˜Rose' for example. Make sure your choice of flower begins with a Capital Letter.7. Next step is to replace â€˜weak' verbs with strong ones. Don't fret too much about this. Instinct should tell you if it sounds right. For a really detailed explanation of our two English types of nouns (no â€“ I didn't know that either) take a look at the www.bbb.co.uk website.8. And finally, the general advice is to bring all these three memories together with a metaphor. Remember them? When you use asâ€¦ like. It's a comparison. Again Google comes up with a good explanation. This page also has come good poetry metaphors to get your started.9. The last stage is to re-read your prose â€“ either out loud, or in your head, making note of all those conscious thoughts you have about it. You can make notes on the paper at this stage or just â€˜feel' what it says to you. This process breaks up the prose into poetry.10. Do you want to give your poem a title. You can either pick something from what you've written or write something general such as â€˜What you mean to me'.11. Once you've done that, decide if it is to go into a blank card, be handwritten, or computer generated â€“ there are loads of fine scripts out there that you can print off. With a bit of placement planning, you can fold and insert your print-off into your card).Remember that it's love poem. The person you've written it for will be more touched by the effort you've gone to than any worries you might have over your 'English'. For more inspiration take a look at some of the classic love poems out there.
The one of a kind Upper Deck baseball card featuring autographs from Ty Cobb, Walter Johnson, Babe Ruth, and Honus Wagner might not be so rare after all. The card was pulled from a pack of 2005 Upper Deck SP Legendary Cuts and features four of the five inductees into the inaugural class of the Baseball Hall of Fame (a picture can be seen at http://www.beckett.com/estore/news/?eskin=beckett&a=6520&s=1). A great pull â€“ if it was real.This card first attracted attention back in November 2005 when collector Barry Scott of Guntown, Mississippi put the card up for auction and sold it for a cool $85,000. But then this story (http://www.signonsandiego.com/sports/20060222-2133-ca-autographfraud.html) surfaced recently. It seems that Kevin Demitros, the 50-year-old airport planner from Milwaukee who purchased the card, was watching an HBO Special on Sports Memorabilia Fraud and shockingly saw his cardâ€™s authenticity called into question. The same card that he had figured was a â€œretirement investment.â€ And why wouldnâ€™t he? The card WAS from Upper Deck. Upper Deck! Below is an excerpt from the article:"Demitros watched an HBO special on fraud in the sports memorabilia industry and saw a scan of his card being scrutinized by someone convicted in connection with a federal forgery investigation. The man claimed two of the card's autographs were fakesDemitros is now involved in a dispute with the card's manufacturer, Carlsbad-based Upper Deck Co., which stands behind its products but said it is willing to have an independent third party look at the card to determine its authenticity. Three authentication companies that studied a scan of it said they believed the Ruth and Johnson autographs might not be genuine.â€œIt's a huge question. It's an opinion,â€ Fitzsimmons said of trying to verify autographs that old."First off, I hope that the signatures are real. Any fake memorabilia is bad for the hobby. It certainly seems that Upper Deck will do the right thing here and take care of Kevin if the signatures in fact turn out to be fake (they better or they will have a PR nightmare and probably a lawsuit). There is, however, an important lesson to be learned from all of this - no one can ever say with 100% certainty that an autograph is real.Hopefully Kevinâ€™s story will draw more attention to the topic. Upper Deck, the premier card manufacturer, a company that has itâ€™s own authentication service that employs industry experts, still may have missed a forgeryâ€¦on one of their most valuable cards ever! On the Upper Deck site they claim:"Autograph forgeries make victims out of unsuspecting fans. Upper Deck Authenticated Â® became the first company to find an answer to the forgery problem by creating an airtight five-step authentication system that assures fans are getting genuine autographs. Today the company has autograph relationships with the game's biggest stars and produces some of the finest memorabilia on the market."And yet arguably their most important card ever, one that sold for $85,000, included 2 alleged forgeries!This is not a new thing - I was exposed first hand (on a much smaller level of course) to this last year when a buddy of mine obtained a Mike Vick autograph at the Pro Bowl only to be accused by the buyer of the item that PSA said that it was fake, costing him a sale and hurting his reputation. It illustrated to me first hand that you are never going to know for sure, that the best you can do is pay for an opinion. I went on to lay out an argument about the damage that autograph authentication is doing for the industry (found at http://www.sportslizard.com/article10.php) â€“ not because experts are giving their opinion about the authenticity of an autograph, but because people were being led to believe that they should treat that opinion as a FACT, driving up autograph prices to unreasonable levels for the average collector.This story just adds to the argument laid out in that piece â€“ the only way to truly know if an autograph in your collection is real is to get it yourself. Anything else â€“ a certificate of authenticity or even a certification from PSA/DNA â€“ does not guarantee an autographs authenticity, it merely increases the likelihood of it being real.
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|MCR-99|| Ooh! got 2 bands!|
Sleeping With Sirens and Peirce The Veil.
:) I love them
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