sorry, not absolutely that necessary for me..



  1. Picture ANOTHER LARGER universe with billions of things in it and lets say one of those things explode "supernova/big bang" and from that event OUR universe is created (hence the big bang) and we just cant see or are unaware of our parent universe yet (meaning things existed prior to big bang) we just see/aware of within our explosion's domain.
  2. We have a large, legal, every day growing universe of lyrics where stars of all genres and ages shine. HOT SONGS Evanescence - "Use My Voice" NIKI - "Lose" Miley Cyrus - "Midnight Sky" Kane Brown - "Worship You" ITZY - "Not Shy".
  3. I love the way they’re both feral children and teens, like I was in southern California back then — although my knowledge of the music in the novel, as you can see by this post, is minimal since I grew up in a neighborhood where everyone listened to Al Green, Funkadelic, and Little Anthony and the Imperials, or Lynyrd Skynrd and AC/DC.
  4. Take a gander at the video clip, and feel free to share your thoughts on metal elitism and what it means to be "underground" in the comments section below. "iAMVyt" also commented on the clip: "This is just a short video covering a couple of my beliefs about metal elitists. No, this is .
  5. “That’s The Way Love Goes” Natural Calamity from Peach Head “Wait Until Dark” Kelly Willis from Easy “That’s How Much I Need Your Love” Chuck Prophet “Window Grin” Kelly Joe Pheleps from Slingshot “Way Down Under Blues” Bee Arnold And .
  6. The guitar solos of Wizard in Black add so much dimension to the track, as do the winding, turning solos of the other songs. Solarian 13 is another instrumental, this time highly rythm-driven, and is the perfect slurring ending to a great album. As it stands right now, Come My Fanatics is my favourite doom/sludge metal album.
  7. Tim Ferriss is a self-experimenter and bestselling author, best known for The 4-Hour Workweek, which has been translated into 40+ languages. Newsweek calls him "the world's best human guinea pig," and The New York Times calls him "a cross between Jack Welch and a Buddhist monk." In this show, he deconstructs world-class performers from eclectic areas (investing, chess, pro sports, etc.

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