OneDrunkWalking

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  • InnerFemale

    Oh you're welcome, how could I miss that group, it's pretty neat! (just as every dish should be ha!) and it's so rad to see Trio Aguilillas there ;)

    19 mars 4h32m Répondre
  • brakflag

    I might just have to join that group.

    23 fév. 16h33m Répondre
  • Wondermoose

    i feel you. coquelicot is raaare as fuck.

    17 jan. 13h37m Répondre
  • JamesHippieKid

    Thanks. I made two albums and I've collaborated with some one on another album. I hope record some better stuff someday.

    9 oct. 2014 Répondre
  • Wondermoose

    thanks dude. gonna read up on it.

    2 oct. 2014 Répondre
  • Wondermoose

    we haven't talked about them in a lil longer than a week hahaha. sounds really cool. do you know anywhere it's available for a digital download?

    30 sept. 2014 Répondre
  • OneDrunkWalking

    If you dont like Bob Log then Im sorry but I dont think we can be friends anymore

    26 août 2014 Répondre
  • bruno__________

    i wish i saw them live.

    1 jui. 2014 Répondre
  • djgizmoe

    Word. Nice Brock avi.

    1 jui. 2014 Répondre
  • FirebearerDA

    Super compatibility.. "Music you have in common includes The Residents, Melvins, Mr. Bungle, Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band and Half Japanese."

    7 mai 2014 Répondre
  • Nan00k

    I appreciate your not judging me by my zip code not starting with a zero, but I have deep VT roots in St. J., Mt. Holly and Brattleboro (from N to S), which led to my being there for Deerhoof. And I dug Celestial Shores enough to buy their CD and Awkwafina (sp?) was fun too. And ADD or not, I am already looking forward to seeing Deerhoof again in November when they come back to LA. I have been humming a couple of their songs for weeks now, and I'm not sick of them. That has to mean something.

    7 mai 2014 Répondre
  • Shru

    if you were making a funny joke than it's over this lil' gamer's head.

    7 mai 2014 Répondre
  • Wondermoose

    same here. gnight

    6 mai 2014 Répondre
  • Wondermoose

    *faints*

    6 mai 2014 Répondre
  • Wondermoose

    great. dont get venison tho :7(

    6 mai 2014 Répondre
  • Wondermoose

    gnight homie. is the elusive moose a good restaurant?

    6 mai 2014 Répondre
  • Wondermoose

    Hot may be a delicious album, but if Hot is delicious, then Dr. Octagonacolygist's flavors are divine

    6 mai 2014 Répondre
  • Wondermoose

    That would've been good to watch yesterday. Yes, Can Ox is the shit. Led Zep is yet another awesome band.

    4 mai 2014 Répondre
  • Nan00k

    Hi super guy! Deerhoof was in top form tonight, eh? And do I detect a fellow ADD/shuffler...?

    1 mai 2014 Répondre
  • MaximumPezcore

    Hey man, my .zip maker thingamajig ain't working (I'm on a mac), shoot me your email via private message and I'll send 'em your way

    26 mars 2014 Répondre
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"It's.... well, it's a long story," he said, "but the question I would like to know, is the Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe and Everything. All we know about it is that the answer is Forty-two, which is a little aggravating."
Prak nodded again.
"Forty-two," he said, "yes, that's right"
He paused. Shadows of thought and memory crossed his face like the shadows of clouds crossing the land.
"I'm afraid," he said at last, "that the Answer and the Question are mutually exclusive. Knowledge of one logically precludes knowledge of the other. It is impossible that both can ever be known about the same Universe."
He paused again. Disappointment crept into Arthur's face and snuggled into its accustomed place.
"Except," said Prak, struggling to sort a thought out, "if it happened, it seems that the Question and the Answer would just cancel each other out, and take the Universe with them, which would then be replaced by something even more bizarrely inexplicable. It is possible that this has already happened," he added with a weak smile, "but there is a certain amount of uncertainty about it."
A little giggle brushed through him.
-Douglas Adams, "Life, the Universe, and Everything"

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"Smoke each weed as if its your Last(.fm)" - Carl Sagans Ghost

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"Happiness at the moment I scream it out, I sing it loudly.
In my idiot heart, idiocy sings loudly. Triumph!" - G. Bataille

Oh, Little Johhny caught a bullet last night
Running from the guitar store
He took a left down the alley, guess he shouldve gone right
Now he ain't taken nothing no more, more,more
Everybody knows it's a hard time
Livin' with hate and the greed
Most folks earn what they get for a livin'
Others steal what they need
Down on the corner, already talkin'
How they're gonna cut theat take
Im out here just workin' for a dollar
And all i wanna do is stomp and holler

Oh, eighteen years, eighteen years
That's a long-old time to be
Sittin' face down, stoned in the alley
Wonderin' how to get to that shinin' sea
Everybody knows it's a hard time
Livin' on the minimum wage
Ah, some people just gunna sneak on through
Others gotta rattle that cage
One of these days, im gunna fing my way
Or else just disappear
I'm out here in the filth and squalor
And all I wanna do is stomp and holler

Oh, rock and roll, ache and moan
Listen to the young girls scream
Every time I get a little bit lucky
I gotta wake up from a poor mans dream
Heaven only knows how we get there
After all this trouble and strife
From all Iv'e seen, you only get one shot
At what your'e gunna do in this life
Ah, what the hell, I guess I might as well
Take a chance and try my way
I'm like James Brown only white and taller
And all i wanna do is stomp and holler
Carll Hayes - "Stomp and Holler"

Expert downhill skier/fishmonger/fry cook/hasher
Advanced-level euphonist/writer/microbiologist
Journeyman/probate electric bassist

"I decline to accept the end of man. It is easy enough to say that man is immortal simply because he will endure: that when the last ding-dong of doom has clanged and faded from the last worthless rock hanging tideless in the last red and dying evening, that even then there will still be one more sound: that of his puny inexhaustible voice, still talking. I refuse to accept this. I believe that man will not merely endure: he will prevail. He is immortal, not because he alone among creatures has an inexhaustible voice, but because he has a soul, a spirit capable of compassion and sacrifice and endurance." - W. Faulkner accepting the Nobel Prize for literature in 1950

I like girls who bring me food!

P. Fry: "So I'm Important? What I feel like when I'm drunk is correct?"
Niblonian: "Yes, except the Dave Matthews Band doesn't rock."

"Mushrooms are strange things. Some look funny, others positively obscene. Out of four thousand recorded species, only five are unanimously deemed to be lethal. And out of these five, four are so rare as to desrve the label of "exotic".

Exotic, from the Greek exotikos, meaning from outside, from another place.

We know little about exotic mushrooms. Their classification as vegetal is till a subject of debate among botanists. Their methods of reproduction are so arcane that, even today, only three species can be properly cultivated. The way their toxins affect the human nervous system is largely a mystery. For example, the amanita muscaria not only induces aberrant behavior, but it also causes genuine amnesia afterward. How convenient. The coprinus atramenarius is not dangerous - except if you eat it while drinking alcohol. The two don't mix. The gyromytra esculenta is safe - as long as you cook it in an open pot. Apparently, its toxins evaporate during the cooking."- Randy & Jean-Marc Lofficier

MY TOP 37 ALBUMS (b/c 37 is a lucky # right now...)

[size=10][color=#333]OneDrunkWalking's top albums (overall)[/color][/size] [b]1.[/b]
Meat Puppets - [b]Classic Puppets[/b] (143) [b]2.[/b] Nose Bleed Island - [b]Opposite Hitler Mustache[/b] (134) [b]3.[/b] The Queers - [b]A Day Late and a Dollar Short[/b] (110) [b]4.[/b] Roky Erickson & the Aliens - [b]The Evil One[/b] (96) [b]5.[/b] The Meatmen - [b]Stud Powercock: The Touch and Go Years 1981-1984[/b] (91) [b]6.[/b] Puzzle Punks - [b]Budub[/b] (89) [b]7.[/b] The Motards - [b]Rock Kids[/b] (89) [b]8.[/b] Stereolab - [b]Mars Audiac Quintet[/b] (88) [b]9.[/b] Deerhoof - [b]Halfbird[/b] (88) [b]10.[/b] The Residents - [b]God in Three Persons[/b] (86) [b]11.[/b] The Bonzo Dog Band - [b]The Complete BBC Recordings[/b] (85) [b]12.[/b] Servotron - [b]No Room For Humans[/b] (84) [b]13.[/b] Urban Dance Squad - [b]Artantica[/b] (84) [b]14.[/b] Melvins - [b]Houdini[/b] (82) [b]15.[/b] Guided by Voices - [b]Alien Lanes[/b] (81) [b]16.[/b] Deerhoof - [b]Friend Opportunity[/b] (80) [b]17.[/b] Ramones - [b]Ramones Mania[/b] (79) [b]18.[/b] Guided by Voices - [b]Under the Bushes Under the Stars[/b] (79) [b]19.[/b] Country Cooking - [b]26 Bluegrass Instrumentals[/b] (77) [b]20.[/b] Hawkwind - [b]Stasis: The U.A. Years, 1971-1975[/b] (76) [b]21.[/b] Melt-Banana - [b]Speak Squeak Creak[/b] (75) [b]22.[/b] Deerhoof - [b]The Runners Four[/b] (74) [b]23.[/b] Double Dong - [b]Double Dong[/b] (73) [b]24.[/b] The Cows - [b]Peacetika[/b] (73) [b]25.[/b] Negativland - [b]Escape from Noise[/b] (71) [b]26.[/b] Servotron - [b]Entertainment Program for Humans (Second Variety)[/b] (71) [b]27.[/b] The Motards - [b]Saturday Night Special Ed.[/b] (70) [b]28.[/b] Neptune - [b]Gong Lake[/b] (68) [b]29.[/b] Fat Day - [b]Unf! Unf![/b] (67) [b]30.[/b] Moonkyte - [b]Count Me Out[/b] (67) [b]31.[/b] Ahleuchatistas - [b]Same and the Other [Bonus Tracks][/b] (67) [b]32.[/b] The Jesus Lizard - [b]Blue[/b] (65) [b]33.[/b] The Jimi Hendrix Experience - [b]Axis: Bold As Love[/b] (65) [b]34.[/b] Hasil Adkins - [b]Best of the Haze[/b] (65) [b]35.[/b] Mission of Burma - [b]The Horrible Truth About Burma[/b] (64) [b]36.[/b] They Might Be Giants - [b]They Might Be Giants[/b] (61) [b]37.[/b] The USA Is a Monster - [b]Tasheyana Compost[/b] (61) [b]38.[/b] Shellac - [b]Excellent Italian Greyhound[/b] (61)

If you look really closely and squint like youre trying to see one of those 3-D posters you can see Jesus there in the middle, but dont look too close cause you might GO CRAZY


I enjoy adult beverages and bipedal locomotion.

Please recommend me some improv freestyle barbershop quartet music

I'm so old that I remember when global warming was called "The Greenhouse Effect".

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There is a difference between singing scat and speaking in tongues - I just haven't found it yet.

Undisputed Endurance Champion of the Word Association Game in "TDtMMtTDt" group forum since at least April 2007!

"Drink! For you know not whence you came, nor why.
Drink! for you know not why you go, nor where."
-Omar Khayyam, Persian poet, mathematician, and astronomer (1050-1123)

When "god" built me, he forgot to attach my head to my body. Then "satan" came along, noticed that my body was empty, and subsequently filled it with "poison". I am doing the best I can, considering...

Did You Know?: The yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae is undeniably and without question the most important microbe in all of recorded human history. Your own decision of whether or not to consume alcohol has absolutely no bearing on the validity of this statement. The bacterium Escherichia coli ranks a close second, while the influenza virus and Penicillium sp. are tied for third place.
It's True!!

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First one is over and done, but what a ride!

"To know love is to know love. The skies of America have had more changes to occur under them in this century than any other country: assassinations, political wars, gangster wars, racial wars, space races, women's rights, sex, drugs and the death of god, all for the betterment of the American people. What then is left to happen under the skies of America but the goodness, a country with so many changes within the nature of its people must have something very special for the world to enjoy since it has done so many things to change its own territory and mental relationships to each other. Love, hate, and lies live in the nature of all in some manner. America knows all three of these from the world and its people. Why, where and what is the purpose of a country that has the essence of mankind and the blessing of the skies. America is a young country. When it reaches one thousand years will its descendents care about the American Indians whose skies gave so much. All Americans know who, how, and why their existence came to be American regardless of the condition. If only then one could be as true as the skies of America." - Ornette Coleman

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"As Stephen Jay Gould pointed out in a delightful analogy, we can account for any growth in the complexity of living organisms through a drunkard's walk effect. Imagine a drunk leaning against a wall. A few meters to his right is a gutter. If the drunk takes random equal-sized steps to his left or to his right then he inevitably ends up in the gutter. No force propels him to his right; he moves randomly, and at any time he is as likely to move to his left as to his right. But the wall eventually stops his leftward motion; over time, there is only one direction in which to move. Eventually, completely by chance, the drunk stumbles into the gutter. The same effect can explain any advance we might observe in the complexity of organisms. At one end we have a wall of minimum complexity that organisms can posses and still be alive. This wall is where life began, and where most life on Earth still remains. Over time, evolution tinkers with more advanced organisms; when life itself was young, that was the only available possibility - evolution could not try out simpler designs, because its path was blocked by the wall of minimum complexity. Some of the new designs worked, in the sense that the organisms were adapted well enough in their immediate environments to survive long enough to reproduce. And so evolution staggered on, like a blind drunk, tentatively producing organisms of greater complexity. After almost 4 billion years of random tinkering, we end up with the living world we see today. But there was nothing inevitable about the process; the purpose of evolution was not to produce us. Play the tape of history again, and there is no reason to suppose Homo sapiens - or any equivalent sentient species - would play any role at all."
- Stephen Webb, "If the universe is teeming with aliens... Where Is Everybody? Fifty solutions to the Fermi paradox and the problem of extraterrestrial life"


<b>I Am A:</b> Neutral Good Human Wizard/Sorcerer (4th/4th Level)
<br><br><u>Ability Scores:</u><br>
<b>Strength-</b>14<br>
<b>Dexterity-</b>14<br>
<b>Constitution-</b>15<br>
<b>Intelligence-</b>14<br>
<b>Wisdom-</b>12<br>
<b>Charisma-</b>13
<br><br><u>Alignment:</u><br><b>Neutral Good</b> A neutral good character does the best that a good person can do. He is devoted to helping others. He works with kings and magistrates but does not feel beholden to them. Neutral good is the best alignment you can be because it means doing what is good without bias for or against order. However, neutral good can be a dangerous alignment because it advances mediocrity by limiting the actions of the truly capable.<br>



Mistakes have been made.1111st track: (24 Jan 2007)
Unsane - Understand
2222nd track: (12 Mar 2007)
Silencio Estrada - Dig A Hole
3333rd track: (10 May 2007)
The Billy Nayer Show - The Men of Dreams and Secrets
4444th track: (05 Jul 2007)
Arab on Radar - Number 6
5555th track: (16 Sep 2007)
Family - Scene Thru The Eye Of A Lens
6666th track: (01 Dec 2007)
The USA Is a Monster - All the Worlds Leaders Must Die
7777th track: (01 Feb 2008)
Faezone - Qrown Royal (#)
8888th track: (09 Apr 2008)
Lotion - Rich Cop, Poor Cop
9999th track: (25 Jun 2008)
The Electric Prunes - You Never Had It Better
10000th track: (25 Jun 2008)
Episode Six - I Can See Through You
10001st track: (25 Jun 2008)
Helge Schneider - Texas
12321st track: (26 Nov 2008)
Melt-Banana - Taen Taen Taen (?)
19999th track: (11 Dec 2010)
Björk; Robert Wyatt - Submarine
20000th track: (11 Dec 2010)
Björk; Icelandic Choir - Desired Constellation
20001st track: (21 Dec 2010)
The Hero Cycle - You Vs Them
20002nd track: (21 Dec 2010)
The Jesus Lizard - Eucalyptus
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