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Jae Onasi

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  1. Christmas music. I sang with the York Symphony Chorus this season, and we sang this with the orchestra along with a lot of other music. We had a good time. "Dry Your Eyes, Afrika" was one of the pieces, along with more traditional songs. A Gospel choir joined us for some of the concert, and we got to sing some really fun stuff like "O Happy Day" and a gospel versions of the Hallelujah Chorus with them. (This BBCode requires its accompanying plugin to work properly.) Oh, and the latest albums from Kamelot and Within Temptation. I didn't think anyone would be able to replace Roy Khan as lead singer in Kamelot, but Tommy Karevik is doing a terrific job. By the way, Tommy Youngblood plays lead guitar just as well live as on the video. I had the chance to get to one of their concerts and had a fantastic time. (This BBCode requires its accompanying plugin to work properly.)
  2. I hate the stupid saber, too, having actually wielded REAL swords. I'm still excited, however, and I'm not sad at all that the Vong are gone.
  3. I get in trouble walking into a Best Buy. I'd be in serious trouble walking into Fry's! Oh, Sears may go under as well. They're going through really rocky times right now.
  4. I don't think Disney is going to prevent EU material from being produced. It simply won't have an impact on what happens in the movies. I expect we'll see a lot more as the next trilogy gets released. As for dumping the EU, I'm VERY glad that the Vong are out of it. Worst. Enemy. Ever.
  5. For those searching, these talks may be quite helpful. Top Five Questions Part 1 Top Five Questions Part 2 Top Five Questions Part 3
  6. Hope things work out for you! As for Radio Shack--I went to go buy a part to repair a headset that I really liked. They didn't have what I needed, didn't know what I needed, and tried to sell me an overpriced headset of lesser quality (I wanted to repair the headset I had because it was a well made one that would have survived a lot longer if my daughter hadn't rolled the chair over the cord a half dozen times). Their inventory sucked, what they did have was not what I needed, and their employees' knowledge base had dropped like a rock. I bought the part I needed at amazon or newegg or something.
  7. I'm alive. Just not active. I got burned out on SWTOR really badly and started hanging out in Gaiscioch guild for GW2. That being said, I read the threads here from time to time. And I miss you all!!
  8. Geez, 10 years already? Where has the time gone!
  9. I love GOG.com. I picked up an entire D&D pack there. This is a great option since my KOTOR disks have disappeared in the house somewhere.
  10. Well, I'm living in PA, now, so I'm not sure! My family says it's brutally cold, however. Better them than us!

  11. A delayed reply--this was a fascinating article! I had read a book that Patricia Cornwell had written awhile back theorizing (incorrectly now) that Walter Sickert was the killer, but that was before this particular DNA could be extracted and studied, and perhaps before the shawl's existence was known. Writing the murder dates on the shawl was very creepy, too. Eww.
  12. Bummer. I just checked it out--he actually had been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease rather than Alzheimer's. Unfortunately, both of these diseases have a high rate of depression associated with them. Since he already had depression, I wouldn't be surprised if the Parkinson's disease made his depression that much worse and possibly contributed to his suicidal thinking. Rest in peace, Robin. You made me laugh in Mork and Mindy, Mrs. Doubtfire, Aladdin and The Birdcage, and you made me cry in Dead Poets Society and Good Will Hunting. I will miss you.
  13. I've taped my ankles and arches when I did taekwondo to prevent shin splints and foot tendinitis. See your doc, of course, and check this site out for more info. Beer recipes: I second the cheese-beer soup and beer-soaked grilled brats. Heaven! Beer stew, beer-marinated venison, beer brisket, beer chili (with beef or turkey), beer buns, nacho cheese dip with beer, beer can chicken, pot roast with veggies and beer, beer batter fried veggies, beer-braised chicken tacos.... damn, I need to go buy some more beer.
  14. April 6th will be the anniversary of the birthday of the great Renaissance artist, Raphael. The community of professional and lay art historians, and those who appreciated all the work that Astrotoy7 (Hasan Nayazi) did are invited to share stories of any kind of how Astro helped them or shared something meaningful with them. This is not limited to people who love art history. It is for anyone! Please see the details in this 3PP post.
  15. I'm growing a few varieties of hot peppers this year, and I'm going to make some for Christmas. I have no idea what it's going to contain yet--it depends on what I get for a harvest. However, jalapenos and a pepper called "Lemon Drop" will be part of it.
  16. I like the trading features this generation. You get a lot of trash in the Wonder trade, but it's fun when you get something unusual.
  17. Star Wars universe Story Story Story Jolee Bindo
  18. Power Rangers. Not only do they always win, but also their chief concern in life is whether or not they made it into band club.
  19. RIP, Harold! I can't look at marshmallows without thinking of Ghostbusters every time!!
  20. Now if I could remember which was meaningful and witty, my life would be more complete. :D

  21. He's a cool guy--he won't mind if you're adding an autosave feature. :)

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