Alright you, now you're an eye ball. At least you didn't scare me this time.
Here's a joke I heard on Gothicnet: Why is American beer like having sex on the beach?
Because they're both fucking close to water.
And here's one from an American comic: He said he took his dog outside so it could take care of it's business. The dog shitted such an odd looking turd that it looked like something was written on it. Then the comic says that he had to go back in the house to get his glasses because he can't read shit without them.
Now I can't find the message you sent. Something about you've been busy with friends planning a free party. If you write me and tell me you sent no such message I'm getting me a new PC.
If you're planning parties that must mean you're doing well. That's always good. I will be going out of town next week to paint a house. I like to paint so it will be fun and of course i'm taking my PC with me (if it turns out not to be haunted that is.) Talk to you later. Rock on "duuude"!
PART II: To continue, There was a black metal band_Sytricon_ that complained about the newer black metal bands like Dimmu Borgir who have a big symphonic sound. The guy from Sytricon said they were like fancy cakes and pastries while the first generation, "only baked bread. Just plain bread." I like that. I also like their song on youtube King. I also like Dimmu Borgir's video and song Sacriliegious Scorn_ the video gives you a glimpse of a Satanic church that's pretty cool.
My latest black metal find is a German band called Cosa Nostra Klub. It's some cool music, it made me think that if the Nazis had picked guitars instead of machine guns people might like them better.
That's all for now. I have a porch I have to go and paint. Talk to you later!
That Horror party sounds like it was a lot of fun and yeah, I could see being a little concerned with the chain saws! After that, I imagine it was like the line from an Iggy Pop song called All Aboard For Fun Time: "Last night I was down in the lab/ talking to Dracula and his crew/ All aboard for fun time!"
I tried to listen to the band you mention but my intenet connection is slow, sometimes I can't watch videos. I tried and what little I heard sounded interesting. I'll go to the libary and check them out from there, I'm always open to new rock music. Death metal is alot like black metal isn't it? I am intrigued by black metal_i've always been fond of extreme things and you don't get much more out there than black metal. You know how alot of these bands don't actually sing but growl the lyrics? I have a theory about that. Artistically speaking, what it amounts to is; the demon sings. Didn't say the demon sounds good, only that the demon sings.
Read a book on black metal called The Lords of Chaos. Iv'e read it twice in fact, it was all about the rise of black metal in the Swedish nations. Pretty wild read. The first generation black metal artist were crazy as shit. Some of them took to burning old historical churches_ which is a shame because they are really neat looking buildings. They're completely made of wood and remind me of viking ships with their fancy roofs.
One black metal band at the time had the balls to have the words,"coming to a church near you." printed on one of their albums! I don't approve of them destroying other people's property but I think Christianity is like a state religion over there or something so the black metalist may have had their reasons.
What amuses me as far as fire and chruches go is when lightening hits a church. Now that's funny! There's more I want to tell you but the AP robot says I'm using too many words. Guess I'll have to write a part II.
I think it was a place called Drew. I may be spelling it wrong but that's where my younger brother was born. You say you live near an old arena. You lucky bitch! Sounds like a cool place to smoke a joint and sit and chill.
I'll tell you another experience I had while living in France. The family went on vacation and went to Paris to see the sights. We saw the Efile Tower and other things I don't remember now but one thing I remember quite clearly is a painting we saw in a musem. It was a painting that showed the arch-angel Gabriel standing over the devil who was on the ground. The Archangel stood with his foot on Lucifer and a spear pointed at his head. I
I couldn't have more than 5 or 6 years old at the time but I remember asking my mother who was the guy on the ground. My mother replied,"The devil." I had no more questions. I already knew who the other guy was, he was a bully. We had one of them in the family_ my oldest brother. (We're cool now though)
I think now that maybe my Satanism was a thing meant to be.
Whats up! Ok, now I know there are at least three of us in the zombie group who have avoided zombification. Hello to you! My father was in the Airforce for 20 years, the family and I lived in France for about two years I think. I can still remember it plus, my youngest brother was born there.(I love little bro. The idiot use to say that the U.S. government couldn't draft him because HE was a French men.) Also, now that I think of it, I dragged him along with me one night when we were living in Germany to see a zombie horror film. It was unusal for our mother to let us go off on our own at night like that but she did. My brother and I got to the movie too late and had to wait around for the next showing. The popcorn guy gave us each a free popcorn while we waited. I was 13 or 14 at the time I think. The movie we saw was Plauge Of The Zombies.