Friday, October 28, 2011

comments

The Priest of Pain said...on Michael Wilkinson's Blog
i cant wait to see your new blog for this quarter. your style of vocab choice is... appealing. dont drop the jokes. theyre funny. it'll be interesting to see how you apply your sense of humor to Langston Hughes. 
The Priest of Pain said... on Leslie Burke's Blog
youre a genius. its time to unscrew your bottle of creativity and hammer it into the blog. yes its true that the blog prompts are too much like school assignments, but you gotta just make the most of it. when you finish this book, please tell how this book was because im thinking about it for third quarter. i expect great things from you homie. good luck.
  
The Priest of Pain said... on Pierre McCauley's blog
its just so much fun when procrastination gets in your way. i know how you feel. i like the way you describe procrastination as leading you to have gray hairs. i always thought frustration causes wrinkles but i guess im wrong. the analogy you make of procrastination to your results is so true. i should start listening to you more. didnt i tell you that thing about this book being exactly like Twilight except with necromancers? if its not like twilight then whats it like? id like to know. to me it doesnt seem anything different. id like to see what your genius can cook up in your next few posts. i hope its entertaining.

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Rugby World Cup 2011

this is completely off topic, but i have to do this.


Congratulations New Zealand All Blacks!!!!

that was a great match you played against Le Blue. Its about time you won another world cup. it was evident that you worked hard on the pitch and you should be proud, as the the rest of the world is proud of you. whoever scored that try for New Zealand made the biggest difference in that game and essentially got you the win. overall, well played game. My expectations for you next year will be even higher. you guys are my favorite team. until next season.



Congrats.

Saturday, October 8, 2011

1st quarter comments

on Leslie Burke's blog

"I got dibs on the tuatara. that is one beautiful piece of carbon fiber machinery."

on Michael Wilkinson's blog

"Genius"

on Leslie Burke's blog

"wonderful musical choice by the mix master himself."

on Michael Wilkinson's blog


"what are you talking about awful? this is like the best and most intriguing blog I've seen. this is pure art homie."

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Un vlog sobre mi libro.

video


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Este video esta oficiado por el pirata Pete.

This was filmed after i had just recently finished busting a cap with my lazer gat.

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Classical Music For The Soul.

check out this fresh tune:
Overture (Halo Reach Original Soundtrack) - Martin O'Donnell & Michael Salvatori
Im sorry theres no link. just go find it on youtube or something.

The Arabic feel and the percussion in the beginning of this song is like totally amazing. the maracas and violins freakin killed it. don't forget my homies in the bass section; they brought the authority. this is music done right. If only our percussion had these skills. Im honestly considering asking my band teacher to have us play it.

since we're on the subject of music, i shall share some quotes with you.

"Music is the sound of the soul taking control for a change."

"Its always the little things that make music so beautifully perfect."

whoever guesses who wrote these correctly gets +50 karma points.

the song in relation to the book. 

there isnt much relation to the book, as i found no mood in the book to tune a song to. the closest thing to similarity is how the book opens with the author talking about how it is over in the middle east on duty. the song opens up with a more, what i would like to call a "clandestine" feel, which i have alwasy paired with the image of combat. within a number of chapters in the book, the author leaves behind all the descriptions of his experiences and solely talks about the dog for the rest of the book. the song is quite the same. after a number of measures, it mellows out into a calm harmony, which i honestly dont like. id prefer a more moving and aggressive mood in both song and book.