cnlmullen's forum posts

#1 Posted by cnlmullen (900 posts) -

@whistlebottom said:

@cnlmullen: "Real instruments"? Are you one of the folks that say rap isn't "real music"?

Personally, as a fan of melody, meaning and real instruments, I am not a fan of rap either.

But I don't say it's not real music. After all:

@cnlmullen said:

But people can listen too what they want to listen to. Whatever floats yer boat.

#2 Edited by cnlmullen (900 posts) -

Sure. When you think about it unprepared cows, chickens and fish are kind of gross too.

#3 Edited by cnlmullen (900 posts) -

Personally, as a fan of melody, meaning and real instruments, I am not a fan of dubstep.

But people can listen too what they want to listen to. Whatever floats yer boat.

I at least like that dubstep is a real underground movement; no real giant labels involved.

#4 Posted by cnlmullen (900 posts) -

@cnlmullen said:

I want a new Android phone... but right now nothing Verizon has to offer is really standing out to me.

I take that back: Samsung Galaxy Nexus is due out (probably) December 8th. That's exactly what I'm looking for.

#5 Posted by cnlmullen (900 posts) -

I want a new Android phone... but right now nothing Verizon has to offer is really standing out to me.

#6 Posted by cnlmullen (900 posts) -

I got the same thing. It seemed pretty official. I just skipped it.

#7 Posted by cnlmullen (900 posts) -

I empathize with the frustration of the protesters, but I wish they had clearer objectives.

The Tea Party did a great job changing the Republican party to reflect their viewpoints and getting their people in office. OWS can't do that because they don't even know if they support the democratic party. If they just decided to call themselves democrats, came up with some clear, discrete policies they'd like to see enacted and got some of their people to run for congress as Democrats, then they could have a real impact.

But if they can't get their act together, I don't know what they can expect to change.

#8 Posted by cnlmullen (900 posts) -

Nice job. I'm sure there's someone out there who will find this guide really useful.

#9 Posted by cnlmullen (900 posts) -
#10 Posted by cnlmullen (900 posts) -

When given a prompt, I tend to think about stuff I'm going to write for a couple of days before I actually start to write.

By the time I start typing I already have a ton of ideas and it's easy. The only time writing is difficult is when I have no good ideas ready.