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Evan Strange

04/08/2019 12:53 PM 

50 Questions
Current mood:  bored

1. Do you like blue cheese?
Never try

2. Have you ever smoked a cigarette?
Nope

3.Do you own a gun?
Nope

4. What flavor do you add to your drink at Sonic?
We don't have those there, i guess

5. Do you get nervous before doctor appointments?
Most of the time yes

6. Do you like hot-dogs?
Nope 

8. What do you prefer to drink in the morning?
Capuccino or some water 

9. Can you do push-ups? 
Not a lot but yay

10. What’s your favorite meal?
I have no idea

11. What’s your favorite piece of jewelry?
My bracelets, one thumb ring and necklace sometimes

12. Favorite hobby? 
Dance and listen to music

13. Do you work with people who idolize you?
I don't think

14. Name a trait that you hate about yourself?
Hum... Getting angry easily for nothing, i guess

15. Middle name?
I have two middle name but i won't tell them

16. Name 3 thoughts at this moment: 
I need to do my coming out, "Drugs" by Falling In Reverse is really good and i have f***ed up the cake birthday of my big sis XD

17. Name 3 things you bought yesterday:
Well... i didn't do yesterday but today and it was stuff for doing the cake

18. Name 3 drinks you regularly drink:
Water and capuccino

19. Current worry right now?
How i will tell my parents and how they will take my coming out

20. Current hate right now?
I don't know actually

21. Favorite place to be?
At home or in town

22. How did you bring in New Years?
just stayed in family and watched some stuff on TV for kids

23. Favorite place to go?
Hum... it depends 

24. What is your most recurring dream?
A lot of stuff

25. Introvert or extrovert?
A bit introvert i guess... not sure

26. What color shirt are you wearing?
Black

27. Do you like sleeping on satin sheets?
Not my thing

28. Can you whistle?
I have forgot how to do

29. Favorite color?
Blue, Red and Black

30. Would you be a pirate?
Software pirate? nope
Actual pirate? no

31. What songs do you sing in the shower?
None

32. Favorite girl’s name?
Emily, Avery, Ashley, Maxime

33. Favorite boy’s name?
Ashley, Maxime, Ethan

34. Who is your loudest friend?

35. What’s in your pocket right now?
Nothing

36. Last thing that made you laugh?
Listening some songs from "High School Musical"

37. Bed sheets as a child?
Barbie bed sheets

38. Worst injury you’ve ever had?
Fractured my wrist

39. Do you love where you live?
It depends...

40. How many TVs are in your house?
1

41. What is your worst habit?
Biting my lips all the time and make bleed them

42. How many dogs do you have?
One, belongs to my sis tbh

43. Does someone have a crush on you?
I have no idea

44. Do you own slippers?
Nope

45. What is your favorite book?
Romane by Pierre-Jean Arsigny

46. What is your favorite candy?
No idea, a lot tbh

47. What is your favorite sports team?
Some team of Electro dance

48. What song do you want played at your funeral?
The Light Behind Your Eyes-My Chemical Romance

49. What were you doing at 12 AM last night? 
Sleeping

50. What was the first thing you thought of when you woke up this morning? Don't forget the birthday of your big sis

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04/08/2019 06:01 PM 

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Sarah

04/08/2019 02:01 PM 

Qualities of a Professional Pest Exterminator Monmouth County NJ
Current mood:  adventurous

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If you have tried your hands into pest controlling and have failed, then hiring professional services can be a good idea. However, appointing a good pest exterminator Monmouth County NJ services is difficult and not easy as you think. Lots of pest control companies are available in the market and selecting one among these can be confusing. It is going to demand a part of your money, but you must be wise in picking a good company.

Here are some of the qualities of a wildlife removal New Jersey company that you can consider when appointing a good pest control company:

a) Good Customer Service:

The service provider that answers all your queries and doubts is considered to be a good option. You should be aware of the pesticides and chemicals that they use in their treatment. Do not forget to inquire about their service-related policies.

b) Abnormal Packages:

Normally budget-oriented homeowners get attracted combo deals and packages. But if those packages are a little weird to believe in, you should give them your second thoughts. There are rodent control NJ contractors who may be competent in one factor and incompetent in more than one factor.

c) A Wide Range of Methods:

All the pest infestations are different which is why the method of treating them is also different. The technique used is based on the kind of pest, choice of the homeowner and the location. You should select a company that offers various pest controlling techniques based on various factors.

d) Free Quotes and Free Inspection if Possible:

Most of the companies these days offer free estimates to their customers. However, there are only a few that offers free initial consultation.

e) Liability Insurance:

A company that has liability insurance can be a good choice, because if there are damages to your property while the treatment process you can claim for it. This is like additional security for your money. Most of the companies these days have trained and experienced executives who work efficiently and so there will be no need for this kind of insurance. However, with this, you can stay relaxed.

f) Instructive:

There may be different measures to be carried out depending on the type of pest and its treatment. But an efficient company will instruct you well in advance about the steps to carry out before, after, and during the treatment.

g) Services Worth the Investment:

One thing you need to keep in mind is that price does not determine the quality of services. Hence, you need to ensure that the company can offer quality services which are worth your money.

Hence, a good pest exterminator Monmouth County NJ company needs to possess these qualities. While searching for the best company you need to consider all of these.

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nick

04/06/2019 03:04 PM 

Albums from the week of April 5th
Current mood:  calm

This is the first post in my series of weekly posts about albums that come out on the day of posting and what my initial thoughts are on them. Keep in note that I can only select a few every week and that my opinion isn’t fully fleshed out. This is only how I feel upon my first couple of listens. For the first one of these, I’m only gonna do two albums and then we’ll go from there


1. Periphery IV: HAIL STAN by Periphery

Genre: Progressive metal/Djent

I’ve been into Periphery for about a year. P2 and P3 played a big part in the soundtrack for my last summer, especially P2. I’m glad to say that the first track alone is enough to prove that Periphery is only getting better with each release. Pacing is insanely hard to perfect in prog. An example of poor pacing in my eyes would be “Veil” off of Haken’s last album, Vector. It starts off with about 40 seconds of a slow build intro before blasting right into a proggy riff. Then it goes into heavy theatrical moment for maybe 30 seconds before a dubstep moment for another 30 and then back to slower, all within the first minute and a half. As a result the song feels rushed and incomplete. Meanwhile, Reptile starts with an orchestral section which swiftly grows, adding more instruments and layers for about 40 seconds before keeping that same intense feel with vocals and drums added. The strings keeping a chunky djent rhythm which the band picks up and builds on after another 40 or so seconds. The sections build and get to their destination, but they don’t overstay their welcome. As the song progresses, it goes through various sections, keeping the same atmosphere while expanding and weaving as though it’s a suite. This is easily my favorite on the album, my favorite song Periphery has done, and my favorite song from this year so far. “CHVRCH BVRNER” is a lead pipe to the face for three and a half minutes. It’s an unrelenting horror show of heaviness with a transition to the next song that would make Skrillex circa 2012 cream his pants. This leads into “Garden in the Bones” which is your standard Periphery track. Imagine Linkin Park was inspired by Gojira, that’s basically their sound here. “It’s Only Smiles” adds a strong twinge of emo into the mix, getting lighter in the verses with buried cleaner guitar parts not too far removed from math rock. It’s similar to a lot of heavier post-hardcore. The next really notable track in my eyes is the synth driven “Crush”. The breakdown in the middle of this combines strange, jazzy melodies with chugging electronics and a massive orchestral sound. Around 5:16 we’re treated to a purely instrumental section which then, around 50 seconds later gets a fun little house beat on a drum machine moving the erratic instruments along. The last track of the album, “Satellites”, is another unexpected turn from the band. We’ve seen them toy with prog metal, post-hardcore, emo, orchestral sections, and dubstep bits throughout this mammoth of an album, and the last song doesn’t compromise this experimentation. The music in the closing track is strongly inspired my post-rock/post-metal all with Matt Halpern going absolutely insane on the drums. The ending half of the track reintroduces their djent sound above these soaring, intricate melodies and leads the track to a satisfying close...and then a voice says “suck my balls” and the album ends. I’m not even kidding, that actually happens. Never change, Periphery, never change.

Overall: Phenomenal. Instant album of the week, no question. Diverse, true to their previous efforts but still outreaching and experimental.

Favorite Songs: Reptile, Crush, and Satellites

FFO: Gojira and TesseracT

10/10

2. Morbid Stuff by PUP

Genre: indie punk

I’ve honestly never heard any PUP song before, but I’ve heard their name and was intrigued by the album title and their description as indie punk. I’m really glad I checked them out, because this album is a fun one for sure. The lyrics are angsty and, well, morbid. It’s the kind of punk that has Weezer’s Pinkerton to thank for its existence. Brutally honest, edgy, self-pitying aggressive music for young adults who have drinking problems and self destructive tendencies. This means I’m pretty much its primary demographic, so of course I love it. Only a couple tracks really stood out to me on first listen. The biggest is “See You at Your Funeral”, a song about a recently broken up couple meeting and fighting in a grocery store. The lyrics are bitter, harsh, and self-loathing. Not to the level of The Mountain Goats’s “No Children”, probably more like a song by The Front Bottoms. The next track that really stood out was “Closure”, a song that centers on a character struggling after the death of someone close, needing something to neatly wrap up the time they had with their loved one, which is something that will probably never come. “Sibling Rivalry” is a fun, grooving tune that’s great to dance to and “Full Mental Breakdown” is more erratic and heavy than the other tracks. FInally, “City” takes the album to the finish line with a slow building track lamenting the feelings of a dying relationship and feeling stuck where you are. This is probably my favorite song on the album because it’s the first one to not sound like just another band inspired by Pinkerton and The Front Bottoms. It’s more akin to a track by The World Is A Beautiful Place, And I Am No Longer Afraid To Die.

Overall: It’s an alright album. Not something I see myself returning to, not something that really stands out amongst the rest, but an album that’s entertaining enough. Hopefully my opinion will change with more listens

Favorite songs: City, See You at Your Funeral, Closure

FFO: The Front Bottoms, Jeff Rosenstock, Pinkerton-era Weezer


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Leeanne

04/05/2019 08:33 PM 

New here
Current mood:  crushed

So,my name's Leeanne, as you already know. I'm new here, and looking to make friends. It's a pleasure to meet you all 😊

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