lethal_bottle

bottle, 28, hombre, Corea del Sur
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  • DellBoi

    nice journals

    2 May 2:02 Responder
  • mizuononde

    Hey how have you been? Forever ago you said you felt like you were getting too old for K-Pop.. Do you still feel that way? Because that's where I'm at lately >___< Or maybe I'm just finally realizing how much of K-Pop is crap..

    19 Jun 2013 Responder
  • nightclusing

    I am very happy thank you reply words.!(^^)!

    26 May 2013 Responder
  • nightclusing

    hi lethal_bottle ,nice to meet you! thanx.!(^^)!

    25 May 2013 Responder
  • matjsmoore

    Y'alright mate, how's it going?

    6 Ene 2013 Responder
  • dphoenix

    Hey! I'm terrible at keeping in touch. Not all that much to speak of, other than that I'm currently in the US on vacation, to celebrate the holidays with my wife's family. Have you got any interesting news? :)

    20 Dic 2012 Responder
  • metaly_

    beautiful photos you have in your tumblr!

    26 Mar 2012 Responder
  • brownieboy

    parappa? cool game i used to play years a go

    21 Feb 2012 Responder
  • uranutan

    I'm listening to your track on Soundcloud and I really like it. It's definitely very "she." Also, I've told you this before but I fucking love your photography.

    6 Feb 2012 Responder
  • uranutan

    I've tried to make some dancey stuff like she on occasion, but I'm really not a great producer yet. I don't know much about making decent sounds from softsynths or mixing or anything. :\ Also, hardware is great. Just having a physical interface to directly interact with instead of using a mouse and stuff is a totally different experience.

    6 Feb 2012 Responder
  • uranutan

    For software I use Ableton Live. That's all I use for my regular music. For hardware I have a Korg R3 synth that can make all sorts of fun noises.

    3 Feb 2012 Responder
  • TarantulaEyes

    Your avatar brings back some sweet memories~ ^^

    19 Ene 2012 Responder
  • dphoenix

    As for dubstep, it's never going to be a favorite genre of mine, I think. Electronic music has never really appealed to me, anyway, and the "harder" it is, the worse I tend to find it. Speaking of syncopation, give this song a listen. It is supposedly the most relaxing song in the world, and I truly recommend you listen to it with your eyes closed in a silent, calm environment. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CySNhHVAokQ By the way, sorry I took so long to reply, I've been having computer issues, and I've been a bit busy and also sick this weekend.

    31 Oct 2011 Responder
  • dphoenix

    There are certain micronutrients that are only available to us humans through eating animal products, the most prominent being Vitamin B12. Like I said, vegans can cheat and get B12 through supplements, but to me, that's just a perfect indication that we are meant to eat animals. However, you are right when you say that different people have different needs, and if being vegan helped your mom, all the more power to her. Still, in general, I think humans are meant to eat animals. I have rather strong opinions on food after having done a whole lot of research, but I won't bore you with most of it unless you show a lot of interest, because looking up all my sources of information is a bit of a hassle. (^_~) Still, if you truly are interested, I strongly recommend you read the book called "Good calories, bad calories" by Gary Taubes. It's a powerhouse of nutritional information, and among other things, he completely debunks the "saturated fats are bad for you" myth.

    31 Oct 2011 Responder
  • dphoenix

    While there are problems with the meat industry, I see absolutely nothing wrong about eating animals in and of itself. We are predators, we are omnivores, and as you say, we evolved eating meat, and the current theory is, we evolved BECAUSE we ate meat. I also see nothing wrong about using by-products of meat eating (such as leather clothing) in and of itself; if we didn't, we'd just take the meat of the animal and throw the rest away; what is the point of doing that? Again, the meat industry is terrible, but if I owned a farm and kept my animals in a humane way, I would see absolutely nothing wrong about eating them and using their parts for clothing. When I said not eating meat is unhealthy, I included seafood in that, so since you eat seafood, you won't suffer any problems. It's also possible being lacto-ovo vegetarian and being healthy. Being vegan and staying healthy, however, is entirely impossible without cheating.

    31 Oct 2011 Responder
  • dphoenix

    So hey, I'll tell you what I've learned so far in my Korean class. So far we've learned the following: Introducing oneself; 저는 알렉스입니다; 저는 노르웨이 사람입니다, asking questions; 이 책은 누구 책입니까?, stating the negative; 저는 일본 사람이 아닙니다, answering; 네, 가수입니다; 아니요, 가수가 아닙니다, some greetings; 안녕하세요?; 안녕히 주무셨어요?; 안녕히 주무세요; 안녕히 계세요; 안녕히 가세요; 안녕히 다녀오세요, the "this"/"that" forms; 이; 그; 저, using adjectives; 날씨가 나쁩니다, how to say "also"; 문이 있습니다. 창문도 있습니다, how to ask "then what about" (은/는 in question after negative answer); 잡지가 있습니까? 아니요, 없습니다. 사전은 있습니까?, positions; 안; 위; 밑/아래; 앞; 뒤; 옆; A와 B 사이; 물고기는 상자 안에 있습니다, location; 친구가 미국에 있습니다; 저는 학교에 갑니다, counting; 일/하나; 이/둘; 삼/셋; etc., how to join nouns (-하고); 가방하고 구두를 삽니다, and of course, a whole bunch of nouns, verbs and adjectives, some of which I've memorized, some of which I haven't. Despite having learned all this, I still feel like I can barely say anything. XD

    31 Oct 2011 Responder
  • dphoenix

    I remember I used to be more like that back when I started middle school and trying to fit in, but I abandoned that notion around when I was 15-16, and since I've just listened to what truly catches my fancy. My two most favorite genres in music are symphonic/orchestral metal (Nightwish, Sonata Arctica, Evanescence, Within Temptation, and others) and k-pop (a bit of a broad term, but you know which kind of k-pop I like), although my focus these days is clearly on the latter. The two styles may not seem to have much in common, but actually they do, both styles have a strong focus on harmonic, melodious music. To me, that's what matters the most, which is why I usually don't care about the language spoken in the music I listen to, because to me, the lyrics of a song is a second-class citizen. When it comes to Korean music, though, I got so interested in not only the music, but the girls in Soshi; eventually, I got a general interest in Korea, and now I'm trying to learn the language.

    31 Oct 2011 Responder
  • dphoenix

    Eh, people can have whatever ideas they want. I'm very unpretentious when it comes to what music I like. I only pay attention to whether it actually appeals to me musically or not. At least initially, I don't care one single bit about a group's or artist's image. I first came across SNSD due to somebody linking to the Oh! music video on YouTube (although their link was meant to be negative, like "man, listen to this crap" kind of context) and no matter how cute they were, if the music hadn't appealed to me, I wouldn't have stuck with them long, at least not for their music. I know I can't speak for others, but I'm still certain I've come across people more than once who only listen to the music they do because it fits a certain style or mood that they are trying to fit into, either socially or for its own sake, without their actually enjoying said music much for its own sake.

    31 Oct 2011 Responder
  • Raidanzoup

    Mm, I'm pretty sure I've seen DJ Krush mentioned here and there, so I'll probably check out some stuff eventually. Btw, if you like what you've heard from Nujabes, I recommend NOMAK and Michita. NOMAK's like Nujabes, but really heavy on piano melodies in his work and Michita collaborates with Japanese emcees rather than Americans. I always find it hard to choose a favourite in Soshi, but since I'm re-watching Invincible Youth these days (while waiting for the second season!) I'll have to say Sunny. She can be disgustingly adorable, but also pretty handy and reliable. She just simply fascinates me. xD

    29 Oct 2011 Responder
  • Raidanzoup

    Haha, it makes me wanna try some stuff out, but I'm pretty fickle, so I better just leave my profile as customizable as it is, text-based. But yeah, I was sort of in a musical rut after a short-lived burst of sudden interest and concert-going, and I spent a few months not listening to anything because I just didn't feel like listening to the same stuff over and over again. So in May I did some back-tracking and remembered this one girl group video that was all the rage on the internet in 2009, which of course was Gee. I've checked out a few other songs by a few other groups etc, but I try to stick to just liking SNSD, their discography and TV appearances. I'm not sure I wanna invest the time that goes into getting to know other groups and KPOP isn't really my favorite genre, so yeah. Nowadays I also explore the musical landscapes of jazz and instrumental hip hop to balance out all the rock/metal and anime soundtracks I've been listening to these past 5 years, haha.

    29 Oct 2011 Responder
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