The Talk2 List It is currently 4 degrees Fahrenheit.

2015-02-20 Thread Patrick Perdue
Just thought you should know. If you opened this e-mail expecting 
something interesting, I hope you were disappointed.



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Re: The Talk2 List It is currently 4 degrees Fahrenheit.

2015-02-20 Thread Patrick Perdue

Hello Gmail:
Thanks for writing to the list.
Do you represent Google as a hole, gmail in general, or google 
apps/google apps for work?

What are your plans for continuing not to suck as a mail platform?
Do you, in fact, intend to not suck as a mail platform?

On 2/21/2015 2:24 AM, gmail wrote:

line1. response
line2 continuation
line3 shit
line 4 randomness
line 5 stupidity
Ok, right first five lines taken care of.  Been ages since I saw any
kind of activity on this listy.
- Original Message - From: Andre Louis onj.lo...@googlemail.com
To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
Sent: Friday, February 20, 2015 12:11
Subject: Re: The Talk2 List It is currently 4 degrees Fahrenheit.



Yes, long before twitter, long before facebook, this list existed. It
still exists. It will continue to exist as long as the box by my
right-foot can be bothered to do what it does. Come on then, let's
have a catch up in 5 lines. You can actually say quite a lot in just 5
lines, you know.

I will say that I was quite concerned today, because I was in a
building that was being evacuated due to a suspicious something or
other outside. To get to my cab, I had to slide under two sets of
police tape. I don't remember the last time I had to do that.
anyone else done anything crazy today?
If you have, let's hear it.
Last line: Yesterday, my sister in-law came over to watch Eastenders
with me and the wife, and find out who killed Lucy.


- Original Message - From: Lynn Reaper
a...@reaper023.freeserve.co.uk
To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
Sent: Friday, February 20, 2015 5:17 PM
Subject: Re: The Talk2 List It is currently 4 degrees Fahrenheit.


Wow! It’s like seeing a load of old friends after a long break.  Oh I
do state the obvious don’t I?  Lol!  well, I haven’t forgotten you all
anyway, well those of you I knew in the first place.  Good to see this
list still lives after all this time.

Lynn
On 20 Feb 2015, at 10:34, Patrick Perdue patr...@pdaudio.net wrote:


Just thought you should know. If you opened this e-mail expecting
something interesting, I hope you were disappointed.


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The Talk2 List HELP ME! I AM A LOSER!

2014-01-14 Thread Patrick Perdue

Hi all:

It's been a while since I've attempted any sound programming on the XS, 
and, believe it or not, I've never used the MoTools editors. Perhaps I 
should. Anyway, here's what I want to do.


I want a basic wave form, I.E. square or sawtooth, triangle, etc. to go 
through 8 amplitude steps. The sound would start at 0, then each step of 
the decay would drop the amplitude by roughly 6 DB, until it reaches the 
end of the 8 step sequence, then it terminates. In other words, not a 
smooth linear sustain/decay, and if the LFO is powering this, it would 
be a one-shot. I would then run this sound through the bit/sampling rate 
effect on the motif at 8-bit to make sure it quantizes properly.
I would like to use the mod wheel or some other controller to adjust the 
speed of the steps.
So, I would need at least two modulators mapped in the mod matrix, one 
for amplitude and one to control the speed. What I'm not sure about is 
how to program the steps. Would I even use an LFO for that, or the arp 
generator? If the latter is the case, then that part of the mod matrix 
becomes irrelevant.


I don't particularly like the sampled synth wave forms on the Motif XS, 
but out of everything I have available to me in hardware, it's probably 
best suited for the task. The LFO's are not flexible enough on my Korg 
Microkorg or my Arturia MicroBrute, though, by their nature, the wave 
forms are much nicer. If I had something that would respond to analog CV 
gate, and start an LFO cycle on each pulse, and step as well, I could 
patch that to amplitude through the MicroBrute's semi-modular patch bay. 
A bit overkill, though.
I could probably manage it with my Ensoniq TS-12 minus the 8-bit effect, 
though that's easy enough to come by in both hardware and software for 
me. I never quite figured out how to program Ensoniq transwaves though.



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The Talk2 List Storms are bad for you.

2012-10-30 Thread Patrick Perdue
For those who don't know, I'm currently hanging out with my girlfriend 
in New York, have been here since October 12. Hurricane Sandy came 
through, and their place flooded big time. They've lost much of their 
stuff. Melanie's car is completely flooded, a total loss. Her sister's 
car may be put back in operation after replacing a motherboard, maybe. 
I've just found out that another car has had one of it's modules 
drenched a bit as well, making it impossible to drive due to the 
driver's seat shoving itself all the way forward as soon as the car is 
started, with no way to reverse it. Probably fixed by simply drying 
everything out.
The basement has about five feet of water, and the first floor isn't 
looking too good either. There were fires all around the place, though 
fortunately none hit the house.
We're all fine though, currently staying at a friend of Melanie's 
parents. We evacuated Monday morning, but her dad stayed behind to mind 
the house. He was stuck there for a while, and we couldn't pick him up 
because of trees blocking the side streets. This problem has now been 
rectified.

Anyway, that's that. Just had to write it out.


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The Talk2 List Fwd: [TeamTalk] Newsletter (21. November 2005)

2012-09-17 Thread Patrick Perdue


Begin forwarded message:

 From: Bjoern D. Rasmussen newslet...@bearware.dk
 Subject: [TeamTalk] Newsletter (21. November 2005)
 Date: November 21, 2005 6:35:51 AM EST
 To: dustin.per...@pdaudio.net
 Reply-To: newslet...@bearware.dk
 
 Hi TeamTalkers
 
 A new version of TeamTalk is now (finally) ready for download. The main 
 change in this version is support of Unicode which allows the use of non-US 
 characters. Be aware that if you use the new version with previous versions 
 of TeamTalk incompatibility problems can occur. These incompatibility 
 problems can result in not being able to join a channel if the channel's name 
 or password use non-US character, so make sure everyone is using the latest 
 version.
 
 TeamTalk is now also available in multiple languages and currently supports 
 English, German, Danish and Portuguese. If your language is not supported 
 please take the time to translate TeamTalk into your language using this 
 translator tool:
 http://www.bearware.dk/translator/Translator.zip
 
 Instructions on how to use the translator tool are available here:
 http://www.bearware.dk/translator/Translator.html
 
 For a complete list of changes check out the change-log available here:
 http://www.bearware.dk/ChangeLog.txt
 
 Kind regards
 
 Bjoern D. Rasmussen
 www.bearware.dk
 
 p.s. If you experience any problems with the new version please send me an 
 email (cont...@bearware.dk).



Re: The Talk2 List random observaion

2012-03-06 Thread Patrick Perdue
Well, obviously, the only thing to do now is a mass unsubscribe from everyone 
on this list, and let it die a cold, pieceful death, with the windows wide open 
and the wind ripping through the cold list air.
Eventually, someone will find this empty old list, maybe in 500 years, and 
realize it's former potential, and not do anything about it.

On Mar 6, 2012, at 2:31 AM, shaun everiss wrote:

 talk2 has almost 0 traphic dustin.
 There is just no real descussion on this list no more.
 
 When going through some old e-mail, I realize that I've stopped receiving 
 regular Novell training updates. This makes me sad. I was originally NCNA 
 certified almost exactly ten years ago, and now it's the end of an era. I 
 can't forward those messages to talk2 anymore for no one to care about. This 
 makes me a very sad person, and a very redundant one, since I've already 
 mentioned this once before.
 
 Oh well. Back to your life.
 
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Re: The Talk2 List A Special Venison Stew

2012-03-05 Thread Patrick Perdue
Hahaha! I don't think that was quite the question he was asking. Someone 
said something earlier in this thread about twitter being jerks. Maybe 
that relates to the censored tweets thing I read somewhere?


On 3/4/2012 6:22 PM, Venison88a wrote:

Damn, took a while to get this. And uhh.. twitter? The somewhat hot new
communications medium? Its basically a place where everyone can
instantly text everyone else en mass. Pick and choose anyone you want to
monitor or follow as the term goes. Kinda handy, especially in this
case, for finding new bands, news, tech stuff etc. Sort of a mini facebook.


*From:* Vanja Sudar va...@sudar.co.uk
*To:* talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
*Sent:* Saturday, March 3, 2012 9:44 PM
*Subject:* Re: The Talk2 List A Special Venison Stew

No, not living here. Just staying till early April. Now, what's all this
about twitter then? Lol


--
From: Patrick Perdue patr...@pdaudio.net mailto:patr...@pdaudio.net
Sent: Saturday, February 25, 2012 1:29 AM
To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM mailto:talk2@AndreLouis.COM
Subject: Re: The Talk2 List A Special Venison Stew

  Are you living in New York now? What's the deal? It's all about being
on topic, or not.
 
  On 2/25/2012 1:25 AM, Vanja Sudar wrote:
  I totally agree, but what's this about twitter? I've been a bit out of
  touch here not following much IT news, well any news since I've come to
  New York. Have I missed something?
 
  *From:* Jonathan Sewell mailto:jonathansew...@shaw.ca
mailto:jonathansew...@shaw.ca
  *Sent:* Friday, February 24, 2012 2:35 PM
  *To:* talk2 mailto:talk2@AndreLouis.COM mailto:talk2@AndreLouis.COM
  *Subject:* Re: The Talk2 List A Special Venison Stew
 
  cool I'll be there. never see anyone go on this list anymore i almost
  forgot about it's existence, kind of sad actually. We should try getting
  this thing going again. Especially now that twitter will start being
  jerks this could be a nice place to keep in mind for well just: things.
 
  - Original Message -
  *From:* Venison88a mailto:venison...@yahoo.com
mailto:venison...@yahoo.com
  *To:* talk2 mailto:talk2@AndreLouis.COM mailto:talk2@AndreLouis.COM
  *Sent:* Friday, February 24, 2012 1:37 AM
  *Subject:* The Talk2 List A Special Venison Stew
 
  Coming up on the Venison Stew New Bands Special tomorrow at 4pm EST
  A way to start up a balls out ASS KICKIN rockin weekend!
 
  Featuring @THEHUSHband @sevenyearriot, @pulsedfw, @Luminothmusic,
  @texasheatband, @BrokenRomeo,
  @12gaugewarning, @callingallwave, @KingdomofFew, @CentrefoldBand,
  @thedanglers, @PoorWater, @FUSEband, @cratermakerband, @joshstonemusic,
  @Atomic_Honey, @HellsBelles_UK, @Culver_Music, @HYPODIVE, @seedsteve,
  @brokenride, @ThurkillsVision, @messagetovenus, @Disfracture,
  @BrokenEndStereo, @SkullKing4, @LorenzaPonce, @SlamCartel,
  @ForgottenRemedy,
  @MindMechJohn, @Godsic, @TheBlack13, @SammyBabygirl, @kyra194, even
  @djdan567
  and still more to come! May require more shows. So Tune in! These
  are the BEST
  so far of all the new bands i've been coming across lately, listener
  pre-selected. And they are GOOD!
  Today's technology for easy producing has been paying off, and they
  can actually play too! *Far cry from the early days of the garage bands*
  As well as your more mellow tracks, and one dude with an almost
  psychopathic (lol) fixation with Rodger Waters,
  most are your hard rockin hands and fingers in the air acting like
  beavis and butthead head bangin style awesomeness.
  So TUNE IN and start your party weekend off RIGHT! :-D
 
 
 
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Re: The Talk2 List A Special Venison Stew

2012-02-24 Thread Patrick Perdue
Are you living in New York now? What's the deal? It's all about being on 
topic, or not.


On 2/25/2012 1:25 AM, Vanja Sudar wrote:

I totally agree, but what's this about twitter? I've been a bit out of
touch here not following much IT news, well any news since I've come to
New York. Have I missed something?

*From:* Jonathan Sewell mailto:jonathansew...@shaw.ca
*Sent:* Friday, February 24, 2012 2:35 PM
*To:* talk2 mailto:talk2@AndreLouis.COM
*Subject:* Re: The Talk2 List A Special Venison Stew

cool I'll be there. never see anyone go on this list anymore i almost
forgot about it's existence, kind of sad actually. We should try getting
this thing going again. Especially now that twitter will start being
jerks this could be a nice place to keep in mind for well just: things.

- Original Message -
*From:* Venison88a mailto:venison...@yahoo.com
*To:* talk2 mailto:talk2@AndreLouis.COM
*Sent:* Friday, February 24, 2012 1:37 AM
*Subject:* The Talk2 List A Special Venison Stew

Coming up on the Venison Stew New Bands Special tomorrow at 4pm EST
A way to start up a balls out ASS KICKIN rockin weekend!

Featuring @THEHUSHband @sevenyearriot, @pulsedfw, @Luminothmusic,
@texasheatband, @BrokenRomeo,
@12gaugewarning, @callingallwave, @KingdomofFew, @CentrefoldBand,
@thedanglers, @PoorWater, @FUSEband, @cratermakerband, @joshstonemusic,
@Atomic_Honey, @HellsBelles_UK, @Culver_Music, @HYPODIVE, @seedsteve,
@brokenride, @ThurkillsVision, @messagetovenus, @Disfracture,
@BrokenEndStereo, @SkullKing4, @LorenzaPonce, @SlamCartel,
@ForgottenRemedy,
@MindMechJohn, @Godsic, @TheBlack13, @SammyBabygirl, @kyra194, even
@djdan567
and still more to come! May require more shows. So Tune in! These
are the BEST
so far of all the new bands i've been coming across lately, listener
pre-selected. And they are GOOD!
Today's technology for easy producing has been paying off, and they
can actually play too! *Far cry from the early days of the garage bands*
As well as your more mellow tracks, and one dude with an almost
psychopathic (lol) fixation with Rodger Waters,
most are your hard rockin hands and fingers in the air acting like
beavis and butthead head bangin style awesomeness.
So TUNE IN and start your party weekend off RIGHT! :-D




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Re: The Talk2 List One of the best 404 messages

2011-07-03 Thread Patrick Perdue
Pointing at yourself? I personally don't get what this has to do with 
PDAudio, though I agree it's a fun thingy.


On 7/3/2011 5:06 AM, shaun everiss wrote:

someone is a major pdaudio fan here.
At 09:04 p.m. 3/07/2011, you wrote:

Since there's not much going on this list these days and I haven't
contributed to it much either, I thought I'd try to liven it up at
least a bit by posting this rather amusing 404 message I just found
while attempting to click on something. Of course I know other sites
do it, but not many, so it's still interesting.

404: I THINK YOU BROKE SOMETHING...

Or maybe it was our fault.

It is possible someone here dropped the website and the page you are
looking for fell out.

Or perhaps that page never existed and you just dreamt it up.

Either way, you might want to try searching for what you were looking
for in the search box on the right hand side of the page, or
http://www.thecmuwebsite.com/click here to return to
theCMUwebsite.com home page.
Vanja
http://www.sudar.co.ukhttp://www.sudar.co.uk
http://mashupradio.net
MSN/windows live messenger:
mailto:suda...@hotmail.comsuda...@hotmail.com
AIM: vanja121
Skype: vanja121





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Re: The Talk2 List PDAudio realtime2011

2011-06-26 Thread Patrick Perdue
There's only a huge bloody problem with this promotion. It showed up a day 
late. Wah ha ha!

On Jun 25, 2011, at 4:12 PM, Derek Lane wrote:

 As summers show up year after year, this list has this amazing trend of 
 getting more and more boring.  oops, what a bad start to a little promotional 
  email huh.
 Anyways, although this is sadly the case, it doesn't mean the lives of those, 
 or events mentioned on this list are just as boring.  In fact, it could be 
 argued that they happen to be a great deal more interesting.  However, should 
 this not be the case, or should you want to  be a part of something strange, 
 PDAudio realtime2011 begins today at 8:03 pm eastern on TBRN.  There has  
 been no things and stuff or WDGLFM for a while due to various reasons, so  
 the results of opening mouths, mics, and phone lines should be something 
 interesting.
 After bad things, did AM Talk0 manage to return?  What is AM talk0?  Who/what 
 is the zoom dog?  Find out these things and more  in the process of listening.
 Chances are, you know how to do this by now, but if not, go to www.tbrn.net 
 and follow the links.  If you have winamp, foobar, or something which offers 
 the same functionality, have it open the following URL, and you'll be set.
 http://listen.tbrn.net:/tbrn.ogg
  



Re: The Talk2 List Seasonal Greeting

2010-12-25 Thread Patrick Perdue
So, basically, you want us to have a second shot at 2010, because the 
first go-round sucked? Nah, that's ok. Let's move forward.



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The Talk2 List Hello from sleepytime Borris!

2010-03-08 Thread Patrick Perdue
Well, hi. I'm currently living in a chair, because, according to the speakers 
in this room, there are danncing monkies with machine guns. Now, I don't know 
about you, but I really think that's a bad idea. One of those things is going 
to hit, eventually.

Well, really, the only reason I'm writing here is because my phone told me to, 
so I opened it's e-mail client, and here I am, being attacked by the dump truck 
of doom. I'm not really sure what to do about that. It isn't covered in the 
manual, or by the manufacturer's FAQ. I guess the only option is to go to 
sleep, and hope the bad random things don't come after me. Probably too much to 
expect at this point, but I guess it doesn't really matter in the end.



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Re: The Talk2 List setting up facebook chat on miranda

2010-03-05 Thread Patrick Perdue
Use the RSS plugin if you want to get RSS updates through Miranda. That 
has nothing to do with the Facebook plugin. I personally stopped using 
Miranda's RSS plugin ages ago for many reasons. I much prefer getting my 
RSS feeds in Thunderbird along with e-mail.


Rachel D Keyte wrote:
Would we still need the plugin if we want to receive the RSS updates 
from facebook though?

thanks,
At 04:54 AM 6/03/2010, you wrote:
It was around before facebook went jabber.  now its no longer needed. 
Ironic considering it had just became relatively stable prior to the 
change.




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Re: The Talk2 List cd mixes

2009-08-09 Thread Patrick Perdue

Now that I have actually heard them, all I have to say is: oh deer.
Indeed, you did not compensate for mixing at unity in the digital 
domain. How is Mr. Clippington doing today, anyway?


Now it's time to do something interesting.

shaun everiss wrote:

Hi.
all as promiced here is the mix link
http://dl.getdropbox.com/u/1407689/shaun%27s%20redos.zip
note that some of this may not do but oh well.



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Re: The Talk2 List hi

2009-06-16 Thread Patrick Perdue
Er, actually, bios is generally considered software, so having jumpers 
or jumper cables in that wouldn't be very practical. Now, if you're 
talking about the hardware on which bios runs, then that's a different 
story entirely.


Derek Roberts wrote:
Rofl. I haven't had much sparking in my life, except when one of my 
brothers pead on an icky and generally bad direct tv receiver thing, at 
which point it started phizzing, popping and doing other bad things, 
which could've possibly resulted in an electrical fire.
Think I meant jumpers, not jumper cables. Ya know, those fancy things in 
your bios?


Debugging is twice as hard as writing the code in the first place.
Therefore, if you write the code as cleverly as possible, you are,
by definition, not smart enough to debug it. - Brian W. Kernighan

- Original Message - From: Patrick Perdue patr...@pdaudio.net
To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
Sent: Monday, June 15, 2009 7:09 PM
Subject: Re: The Talk2 List hi


What do jumper cables have to do with PC's? Someone is a bit too tech 
oriented in a bad way, I think.


We can, however, do something dumb, like running the individual posts 
of your power supply from individual car batteries to see what 
happens. That could be interesting with some of the 5V power rails. Of 
course, AC at 240V is probably more sparkey, poppy and generally fun 
to smell in the morning, along with the coffee. Or, in the case of the 
old hotpoint freezer/refrigerator we used to have, a beautiful 
refreshing smell as the freezer is opened. Makes all the food inside a 
bit more yummy as well. It adds an electric quality to it, so to speak.



Derek Roberts wrote:
Mmm, jumper cables, those are fun. Unless you break them on the only 
machine you have and can't boot because of it . Fortunately, this 
hasn't happened to me yet and can't slash won't until I scrap the old 
machine I have, and I don't think I'll play with the cables in my 
only machine after that.


Debugging is twice as hard as writing the code in the first place.
Therefore, if you write the code as cleverly as possible, you are,
by definition, not smart enough to debug it. - Brian W. Kernighan

- Original Message - From: Patrick Perdue 
patr...@pdaudio.net

To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
Sent: Monday, June 15, 2009 4:15 AM
Subject: Re: The Talk2 List hi


The annoying thing showed up before TBRN did, and unfortunately 
spilled into it. What else needs to be said? IT's all about the 
suspenders and jumper cables.

Don't forget those aligator clips. You'll need them someday.

Venison88a wrote:
  Whats the point of making a point? And others have used it. Its 
actually caught on in many places outside of tbrn in the rest of 
the world. The only word to have made it this way. Its quite scary 
actually.


--- On *Sat, 6/13/09, Patrick Perdue /patr...@pdaudio.net/* wrote:


From: Patrick Perdue patr...@pdaudio.net
Subject: Re: The Talk2 List hi
To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
Date: Saturday, June 13, 2009, 2:15 AM

Congrats, Venison, for being the only person to say that other 
than

Farhan, probably in the entire 5.5 year history of talk2. I have
archives, I'll have to cross-reference and see if I'm correct 
on this.

Yes, I'm sure you're just making a point and everything, right?

Venison88a wrote:
Wow, this is the most stoof i've seen on this mail list in a
long time. And hello new person.
 
  --- On *Sat, 6/13/09, Jonathan Sewell /jonathansew...@shaw.ca
/mc/compose?to=jonathansew...@shaw.ca/* wrote:
 
 
  From: Jonathan Sewell jonathansew...@shaw.ca
/mc/compose?to=jonathansew...@shaw.ca
  Subject: Re: The Talk2 List hi
  To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
/mc/compose?to=ta...@andrelouis.com
  Date: Saturday, June 13, 2009, 1:15 AM
 
  this is true. to be honest i really didn't know most of 
those

other
  words existed. So never used them. Wait your right, i 
remember

  someone once saying good boof on things and stuff.
 
  K point taken.
  - Original Message - From: Derek Lane
de...@pdaudio.net /mc/compose?to=de...@pdaudio.net
  /mc/compose?to=de...@pdaudio.net
/mc/compose?to=de...@pdaudio.net
  To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
/mc/compose?to=ta...@andrelouis.com
/mc/compose?to=ta...@andrelouis.com
/mc/compose?to=ta...@andrelouis.com
  Sent: Friday, June 12, 2009 20:08
  Subject: Re: The Talk2 List hi
 
 
not really.  Blart and doob perhaps, but the rest 
haven't

held up
  so well and for possibly many good reasons.
- Original Message - From: Jonathan Sewell
  jonathansew...@shaw.ca
/mc/compose?to=jonathansew...@shaw.ca
/mc/compose?to=jonathansew...@shaw.ca
/mc/compose?to=jonathansew...@shaw.ca
To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
/mc/compose?to=ta...@andrelouis.com

Re: The Talk2 List hi

2009-06-15 Thread Patrick Perdue
The annoying thing showed up before TBRN did, and unfortunately spilled 
into it. What else needs to be said? IT's all about the suspenders and 
jumper cables.

Don't forget those aligator clips. You'll need them someday.

Venison88a wrote:
  Whats the point of making a point? And others have used it. Its 
actually caught on in many places outside of tbrn in the rest of the 
world. The only word to have made it this way. Its quite scary actually.


--- On *Sat, 6/13/09, Patrick Perdue /patr...@pdaudio.net/* wrote:


From: Patrick Perdue patr...@pdaudio.net
Subject: Re: The Talk2 List hi
To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
Date: Saturday, June 13, 2009, 2:15 AM

Congrats, Venison, for being the only person to say that other than
Farhan, probably in the entire 5.5 year history of talk2. I have
archives, I'll have to cross-reference and see if I'm correct on this.
Yes, I'm sure you're just making a point and everything, right?

Venison88a wrote:
Wow, this is the most stoof i've seen on this mail list in a
long time. And hello new person.
 
  --- On *Sat, 6/13/09, Jonathan Sewell /jonathansew...@shaw.ca
/mc/compose?to=jonathansew...@shaw.ca/* wrote:
 
 
  From: Jonathan Sewell jonathansew...@shaw.ca
/mc/compose?to=jonathansew...@shaw.ca
  Subject: Re: The Talk2 List hi
  To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
/mc/compose?to=ta...@andrelouis.com
  Date: Saturday, June 13, 2009, 1:15 AM
 
  this is true. to be honest i really didn't know most of those
other
  words existed. So never used them. Wait your right, i remember
  someone once saying good boof on things and stuff.
 
  K point taken.
  - Original Message - From: Derek Lane
de...@pdaudio.net /mc/compose?to=de...@pdaudio.net
  /mc/compose?to=de...@pdaudio.net
/mc/compose?to=de...@pdaudio.net
  To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
/mc/compose?to=ta...@andrelouis.com
/mc/compose?to=ta...@andrelouis.com
/mc/compose?to=ta...@andrelouis.com
  Sent: Friday, June 12, 2009 20:08
  Subject: Re: The Talk2 List hi
 
 
not really.  Blart and doob perhaps, but the rest haven't
held up
  so well and for possibly many good reasons.
- Original Message - From: Jonathan Sewell
  jonathansew...@shaw.ca
/mc/compose?to=jonathansew...@shaw.ca
/mc/compose?to=jonathansew...@shaw.ca
/mc/compose?to=jonathansew...@shaw.ca
To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
/mc/compose?to=ta...@andrelouis.com
  /mc/compose?to=ta...@andrelouis.com
/mc/compose?to=ta...@andrelouis.com
Sent: Friday, June 12, 2009 10:02 PM
Subject: Re: The Talk2 List hi
   
   
yeah but fwoof, boof, doob, blart, shmeeperdooper, ert,
etc is
  cool!.
- Original Message - From: alexander
  cordova5...@gmail.com /mc/compose?to=cordova5...@gmail.com
/mc/compose?to=cordova5...@gmail.com
/mc/compose?to=cordova5...@gmail.com
To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
/mc/compose?to=ta...@andrelouis.com
  /mc/compose?to=ta...@andrelouis.com
/mc/compose?to=ta...@andrelouis.com
Sent: Friday, June 12, 2009 16:37
Subject: Re: The Talk2 List hi
   
   
there are a few of thees expressions that will never
die.  but
  stuff like fwoof, boof, doob, blart, shmeeperdooper, ert,
etc? make, them, die! some work well as adjectives, but others
make no
  sense what so ever.  Oh and must I forget lose?  oh yeah,
those were
  the, uh, days? no I don't think so
- Original Message - From: Patrick Perdue
  patr...@pdaudio.net /mc/compose?to=patr...@pdaudio.net
/mc/compose?to=patr...@pdaudio.net
/mc/compose?to=patr...@pdaudio.net
To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
/mc/compose?to=ta...@andrelouis.com
  /mc/compose?to=ta...@andrelouis.com
/mc/compose?to=ta...@andrelouis.com
Sent: Friday, June 12, 2009 5:10 PM
Subject: Re: The Talk2 List hi
   
   
Derek Roberts wrote:
   
 Mmm, we have another bad booff'ff'ff'ff'ff'ff from , uh ,
  somewhere .
   
Yes, one that uses old defunct TBRN expressions that said
  network regrets and apologizes for, makes use of excessive blindy
  synth expressions on a public forum in a non-interesting fashion,
  and writes one-line messages. Yeah, I think you're correct on
that.
  You've definitely found those particular issues, and for that, I
  heavily congratulate you with a can of mace. After all, what
better
  way is there?
   
Note: Talk2 is not Twitter via e-mail, just in case some

Re: The Talk2 List hi

2009-06-15 Thread Patrick Perdue
What do jumper cables have to do with PC's? Someone is a bit too tech 
oriented in a bad way, I think.


We can, however, do something dumb, like running the individual posts of 
your power supply from individual car batteries to see what happens. 
That could be interesting with some of the 5V power rails. Of course, AC 
at 240V is probably more sparkey, poppy and generally fun to smell in 
the morning, along with the coffee. Or, in the case of the old hotpoint 
freezer/refrigerator we used to have, a beautiful refreshing smell as 
the freezer is opened. Makes all the food inside a bit more yummy as 
well. It adds an electric quality to it, so to speak.



Derek Roberts wrote:
Mmm, jumper cables, those are fun. Unless you break them on the only 
machine you have and can't boot because of it . Fortunately, this hasn't 
happened to me yet and can't slash won't until I scrap the old machine I 
have, and I don't think I'll play with the cables in my only machine 
after that.


Debugging is twice as hard as writing the code in the first place.
Therefore, if you write the code as cleverly as possible, you are,
by definition, not smart enough to debug it. - Brian W. Kernighan

- Original Message - From: Patrick Perdue patr...@pdaudio.net
To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
Sent: Monday, June 15, 2009 4:15 AM
Subject: Re: The Talk2 List hi


The annoying thing showed up before TBRN did, and unfortunately 
spilled into it. What else needs to be said? IT's all about the 
suspenders and jumper cables.

Don't forget those aligator clips. You'll need them someday.

Venison88a wrote:
  Whats the point of making a point? And others have used it. Its 
actually caught on in many places outside of tbrn in the rest of the 
world. The only word to have made it this way. Its quite scary actually.


--- On *Sat, 6/13/09, Patrick Perdue /patr...@pdaudio.net/* wrote:


From: Patrick Perdue patr...@pdaudio.net
Subject: Re: The Talk2 List hi
To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
Date: Saturday, June 13, 2009, 2:15 AM

Congrats, Venison, for being the only person to say that other than
Farhan, probably in the entire 5.5 year history of talk2. I have
archives, I'll have to cross-reference and see if I'm correct on 
this.

Yes, I'm sure you're just making a point and everything, right?

Venison88a wrote:
Wow, this is the most stoof i've seen on this mail list in a
long time. And hello new person.
 
  --- On *Sat, 6/13/09, Jonathan Sewell /jonathansew...@shaw.ca
/mc/compose?to=jonathansew...@shaw.ca/* wrote:
 
 
  From: Jonathan Sewell jonathansew...@shaw.ca
/mc/compose?to=jonathansew...@shaw.ca
  Subject: Re: The Talk2 List hi
  To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
/mc/compose?to=ta...@andrelouis.com
  Date: Saturday, June 13, 2009, 1:15 AM
 
  this is true. to be honest i really didn't know most of those
other
  words existed. So never used them. Wait your right, i 
remember

  someone once saying good boof on things and stuff.
 
  K point taken.
  - Original Message - From: Derek Lane
de...@pdaudio.net /mc/compose?to=de...@pdaudio.net
  /mc/compose?to=de...@pdaudio.net
/mc/compose?to=de...@pdaudio.net
  To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
/mc/compose?to=ta...@andrelouis.com
/mc/compose?to=ta...@andrelouis.com
/mc/compose?to=ta...@andrelouis.com
  Sent: Friday, June 12, 2009 20:08
  Subject: Re: The Talk2 List hi
 
 
not really.  Blart and doob perhaps, but the rest haven't
held up
  so well and for possibly many good reasons.
- Original Message - From: Jonathan Sewell
  jonathansew...@shaw.ca
/mc/compose?to=jonathansew...@shaw.ca
/mc/compose?to=jonathansew...@shaw.ca
/mc/compose?to=jonathansew...@shaw.ca
To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
/mc/compose?to=ta...@andrelouis.com
  /mc/compose?to=ta...@andrelouis.com
/mc/compose?to=ta...@andrelouis.com
Sent: Friday, June 12, 2009 10:02 PM
Subject: Re: The Talk2 List hi
   
   
yeah but fwoof, boof, doob, blart, shmeeperdooper, ert,
etc is
  cool!.
- Original Message - From: alexander
  cordova5...@gmail.com /mc/compose?to=cordova5...@gmail.com
/mc/compose?to=cordova5...@gmail.com
/mc/compose?to=cordova5...@gmail.com
To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
/mc/compose?to=ta...@andrelouis.com
  /mc/compose?to=ta...@andrelouis.com
/mc/compose?to=ta...@andrelouis.com
Sent: Friday, June 12, 2009 16:37
Subject: Re: The Talk2 List hi
   
   
there are a few of thees expressions that will never
die.  but
  stuff like fwoof, boof, doob, blart, shmeeperdooper, ert,
etc? make, them, die! some work well as adjectives

Re: The Talk2 List hi

2009-06-14 Thread Patrick Perdue
Not only that, but yours, as far as I know, is the only blue doob in 
existence. At least, I'm told it's a blue doob. Maybe I'm wrong about 
that? Nost of them are white, but there is a little red one over there, 
which has just been serviced. The tag was coming off, ya see, and we 
just can't have that.
A doob without a tag is like a dog without a bone, or a laptop without a 
keyboard... Wait, that's a reality in some cases... Um, how about a 
guitar without strings? An amp without a ssspeaker? A snare drum without 
heads? Anyway, it's just a bad idea.


Onj wrote:
Absolutely.  Mine is called Liam if I remember correctly, and is on a 
bookshelf in the corner of my living room at this time.  Patrick's 
mother makes them all unique, and mine is no exception.  It's medium in 
the grand scheme of things now, but when it was born, it was the largest 
hem, doob in existance.  It has since been superceeded of course, by 
what'shisface, but that is ok.


From: Daniel R djdan...@gmail.com
on Sunday, June 14, 2009 3:33 AM


No, i was just reguarding the persen who sent out this e-mail. Well
one of the last responses he sent. I wasn't talking about the subject
matter. lol

I do agree Alex, one of those would be cool to have.
Andre, do you still have yours? The one that Patrick gave you in 2004?

On 6/13/09, alexander cordova5...@gmail.com wrote:
I think a physical doob would be cool to have.  Either a small one, 
or a big

one liek pin head.


- Original Message -
From: Patrick Perdue patr...@pdaudio.net
To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
Sent: Saturday, June 13, 2009 1:09 AM
Subject: Re: The Talk2 List hi


The thing about doobs, however, is that there are physical 
manifestations
of them, in multiple forms, actually. Therefore, they'll never quite 
die.

Even Blart has a place in proper society now, thanks to a recent movie
release, and a boy who saved the world. That's my defense on that.
Jerks are quite generic, and they're everywhere.
There are at least 24 of them, anyway.

Derek Lane wrote:
not really.  Blart and doob perhaps, but the rest haven't held up 
so well


and for possibly many good reasons.
- Original Message - From: Jonathan Sewell
jonathansew...@shaw.ca
To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
Sent: Friday, June 12, 2009 10:02 PM
Subject: Re: The Talk2 List hi



yeah but fwoof, boof, doob, blart, shmeeperdooper, ert, etc is cool!.
- Original Message - From: alexander 
cordova5...@gmail.com

To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
Sent: Friday, June 12, 2009 16:37
Subject: Re: The Talk2 List hi



there are a few of thees expressions that will never die.  but stuff
like fwoof, boof, doob, blart, shmeeperdooper, ert, etc?  make, 
them,

die! some work well as adjectives, but others make no sense what so
ever.  Oh and must I forget lose?  oh yeah, those were the, uh, 
days?

no I don't think so
- Original Message - From: Patrick Perdue
patr...@pdaudio.net
To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
Sent: Friday, June 12, 2009 5:10 PM
Subject: Re: The Talk2 List hi



Derek Roberts wrote:

Mmm, we have another bad booff'ff'ff'ff'ff'ff from , uh , 
somewhere

.


Yes, one that uses old defunct TBRN expressions that said network
regrets and apologizes for, makes use of excessive blindy synth
expressions on a public forum in a non-interesting fashion, and 
writes


one-line messages. Yeah, I think you're correct on that. You've
definitely found those particular issues, and for that, I heavily
congratulate you with a can of mace. After all, what better way is
there?

Note: Talk2 is not Twitter via e-mail, just in case some people get
the wrong idea.


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Re: The Talk2 List hi

2009-06-13 Thread Patrick Perdue
The thing about doobs, however, is that there are physical 
manifestations of them, in multiple forms, actually. Therefore, they'll 
never quite die. Even Blart has a place in proper society now, thanks to 
a recent movie release, and a boy who saved the world. That's my defense 
on that.

Jerks are quite generic, and they're everywhere.
There are at least 24 of them, anyway.

Derek Lane wrote:
not really.  Blart and doob perhaps, but the rest haven't held up so 
well and for possibly many good reasons.
- Original Message - From: Jonathan Sewell 
jonathansew...@shaw.ca

To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
Sent: Friday, June 12, 2009 10:02 PM
Subject: Re: The Talk2 List hi



yeah but fwoof, boof, doob, blart, shmeeperdooper, ert, etc is cool!.
- Original Message - From: alexander cordova5...@gmail.com
To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
Sent: Friday, June 12, 2009 16:37
Subject: Re: The Talk2 List hi


there are a few of thees expressions that will never die.  but stuff 
like fwoof, boof, doob, blart, shmeeperdooper, ert, etc?  make, them, 
die! some work well as adjectives, but others make no sense what so 
ever.  Oh and must I forget lose?  oh yeah, those were the, uh, 
days?  no I don't think so
- Original Message - From: Patrick Perdue 
patr...@pdaudio.net

To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
Sent: Friday, June 12, 2009 5:10 PM
Subject: Re: The Talk2 List hi



Derek Roberts wrote:

 Mmm, we have another bad booff'ff'ff'ff'ff'ff from , uh , somewhere .

Yes, one that uses old defunct TBRN expressions that said network 
regrets and apologizes for, makes use of excessive blindy synth 
expressions on a public forum in a non-interesting fashion, and 
writes one-line messages. Yeah, I think you're correct on that. 
You've definitely found those particular issues, and for that, I 
heavily congratulate you with a can of mace. After all, what better 
way is there?


Note: Talk2 is not Twitter via e-mail, just in case some people get 
the wrong idea.



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Re: The Talk2 List hi

2009-06-13 Thread Patrick Perdue
Congrats, Venison, for being the only person to say that other than 
Farhan, probably in the entire 5.5 year history of talk2. I have 
archives, I'll have to cross-reference and see if I'm correct on this.

Yes, I'm sure you're just making a point and everything, right?

Venison88a wrote:
  Wow, this is the most stoof i've seen on this mail list in a long 
time. And hello new person.


--- On *Sat, 6/13/09, Jonathan Sewell /jonathansew...@shaw.ca/* wrote:


From: Jonathan Sewell jonathansew...@shaw.ca
Subject: Re: The Talk2 List hi
To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
Date: Saturday, June 13, 2009, 1:15 AM

this is true. to be honest i really didn't know most of those other
words existed. So never used them. Wait your right, i remember
someone once saying good boof on things and stuff.

K point taken.
- Original Message - From: Derek Lane de...@pdaudio.net
/mc/compose?to=de...@pdaudio.net
To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM /mc/compose?to=ta...@andrelouis.com
Sent: Friday, June 12, 2009 20:08
Subject: Re: The Talk2 List hi


  not really.  Blart and doob perhaps, but the rest haven't held up
so well and for possibly many good reasons.
  - Original Message - From: Jonathan Sewell
jonathansew...@shaw.ca /mc/compose?to=jonathansew...@shaw.ca
  To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
/mc/compose?to=ta...@andrelouis.com
  Sent: Friday, June 12, 2009 10:02 PM
  Subject: Re: The Talk2 List hi
 
 
  yeah but fwoof, boof, doob, blart, shmeeperdooper, ert, etc is
cool!.
  - Original Message - From: alexander
cordova5...@gmail.com /mc/compose?to=cordova5...@gmail.com
  To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
/mc/compose?to=ta...@andrelouis.com
  Sent: Friday, June 12, 2009 16:37
  Subject: Re: The Talk2 List hi
 
 
  there are a few of thees expressions that will never die.  but
stuff like fwoof, boof, doob, blart, shmeeperdooper, ert, etc? 
make, them, die! some work well as adjectives, but others make no

sense what so ever.  Oh and must I forget lose?  oh yeah, those were
the, uh, days? no I don't think so
  - Original Message - From: Patrick Perdue
patr...@pdaudio.net /mc/compose?to=patr...@pdaudio.net
  To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
/mc/compose?to=ta...@andrelouis.com
  Sent: Friday, June 12, 2009 5:10 PM
  Subject: Re: The Talk2 List hi
 
 
  Derek Roberts wrote:
 
   Mmm, we have another bad booff'ff'ff'ff'ff'ff from , uh ,
somewhere .
 
  Yes, one that uses old defunct TBRN expressions that said
network regrets and apologizes for, makes use of excessive blindy
synth expressions on a public forum in a non-interesting fashion,
and writes one-line messages. Yeah, I think you're correct on that.
You've definitely found those particular issues, and for that, I
heavily congratulate you with a can of mace. After all, what better
way is there?
 
  Note: Talk2 is not Twitter via e-mail, just in case some
people get the wrong idea.
 
 
  Did you miss a message?  Well, don't.
  http://www.mail-archive.com/talk2%40andrelouis.com/
  has it for you.  Never miss a Talk2 message again.
 
 
 
  Did you miss a message?  Well, don't.
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  has it for you.  Never miss a Talk2 message again.
 
 
 
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Re: The Talk2 List hi

2009-06-12 Thread Patrick Perdue
What? You mean this thing will actually start doing stuff again? Well, 
see, it's all about the extremes. Summer 2004, for example; the best 
year ever for talk2. Last summer, there were maybe three messages all 
season. Let's see what this one does.


Derek Roberts wrote:


Lots of things are good, like TBRN, the weekend (which starts today, 
yay!) summer, and, ur . well lots of things. lol
 
Debugging is twice as hard as writing the code in the first place.

Therefore, if you write the code as cleverly as possible, you are,
by definition, not smart enough to debug it. - Brian W. Kernighan

- Original Message -
*From:* S. Nicole Campbell mailto:nicolesep...@gmail.com
*To:* talk2 mailto:talk2@AndreLouis.COM
*Sent:* Friday, June 12, 2009 2:52 PM
*Subject:* RE: The Talk2 List hi

Hilo new subscriber thing.
what's good?
 


*From:* mai...@andrelouis.com mailto:mai...@andrelouis.com
[mailto:mai...@andrelouis.com] *On Behalf Of *Derek Roberts
*Sent:* Friday, June 12, 2009 2:51 PM
*To:* talk2
*Subject:* The Talk2 List hi

Hi all. I'm some new subscriber person. 'sup? lol.
 
 
Debugging is twice as hard as writing the code in the first place.

Therefore, if you write the code as cleverly as possible, you are,
by definition, not smart enough to debug it. - Brian W. Kernighan




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Re: The Talk2 List possible cartime2009 at 3 eastern

2009-06-04 Thread Patrick Perdue
Um, actually not. Let's just say I broke the mail queue and that was 
three days ago. Plus, it broke about as hard as the sending of that 
message did.

Derek Lane wrote:


If all goes as planned, expect cartime 2009 to exist at 3ish eastern.  
Unlike tradition, mom is driving to take me back to the central meeting 
point, so the possibility of getting lost exists, but as far as you, the 
listeners, are concerned, you will be able to both call and write in 
during the Journey from Greensboro to Statesville.
To listen, point your media player of choice to 
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Re: The Talk2 List Chocolate math Calculator.

2009-05-22 Thread Patrick Perdue
Ah yeah, that. There were variants of that when I was a little person in 
middle school in the mid nineties, with numbers changed to make it work 
for the time. I guess that will never quite die.
There was a slightly crazy teacher at my school who pointed that out, or 
something very much like it. I seem to remember it had the number 42 in 
it somewhere though.


Daniel R wrote:

Chocolate Age Calculator

Don't tell me your age; you probably would tell a falsehood anyway,
but the Man from Mars will know!

YOUR AGE BY CHOCOLATE MATH

This is pretty neat..

Work this out as you read.

1. First of all, pick the number of times a week that you would like
to have chocolate

(more than once but less than 10)

2. Multiply this number by 2 (just to be bold)

3. Add 5

4. Multiply it by 50, I'll wait while you get the calculator

5. If you have already had your birthday this year add 1759.

If you haven't, add 1758.

6. Now subtract the four digit year that you were born.

You should have a three digit number

The first digit of this was your original number, i. e., how many
times you want to have chocolate each week.

The next two numbers are YOUR AGE! (Oh YES, it is!)

THIS IS THE ONLY YEAR (2009) IT WILL EVER WORK, SO SPREAD IT AROUND
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Re: The Talk2 List tbrn blart radio archives

2009-05-20 Thread Patrick Perdue
Not to get too internal, but http://listen.tbrn.net/Whatever/Blah is 
only a temporary storage location. Files are stored somewhere else 
long-term, and there is a system in place to make the process seemless 
so the URL doesn't change regardless of where it is actually stored. 
Obviously, it still has issues.


I do think the problem is in the way listen.tbrn.net is accessed, as it 
always seems to hang on looking up listen.tbrn.net, but it's not my 
system. I didn't build it, I only provide a place to put things, so I 
can't say exactly what the deal is. I'm sure it will get fixed at some 
point, though... Right? Yeah...
For example, you can go to 
http://www.tbrn.net/archives/ThingsNStuff/tas.090516.ogg which is the 
link for my latest show, and is not stored on the same server that hosts 
the latest Blarts, or even the box that you initially hit for the link 
to the file. While it takes forever and a day to load, which should not 
be the case under normal circumstances, it does eventually come up. 
Steve's link, however, doesn't.


shaun everiss wrote:

Hi.
ok guys the archive links are a bit screwey.
Its only because listen.tbrn.net is not hidden that I was able to fix it.
http://listen.tbrn.net/BlartRadio/blart.090516.ogg
is the direct link, not www.tbrn.net/archives/BlartRadio although this should 
itself work.
however the point is that this is the solution to the issue I was having.
so now steve won't have to doodle round to find what the heck is wrong with it.



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The Talk2 List Are you as boring as Greensboro?

2009-05-01 Thread Patrick Perdue
From now until it rains, or I get bored with it, or lots of people tell 
me to stop, I'm streaming from outside the house using a pair of mics to 
show you all how boring it is around here. Find out for yourself if you 
are as boring as the city of Greensboro by tuning into 
http://listen.tbrn.net:/outside.ogg.m3u


or not.

Hey, I haven't done this in two years, and not much has  changed since 
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Re: The Talk2 List maxtore drives

2009-04-16 Thread Patrick Perdue

Hi Shawn:

No, there is nothing wrong with Maxtor, they are great drives. I would 
trust any of my high priority data with them. You'll be safe to go buy 
one and put all your most important stuff on it.


Once you get your data on your new maxtor drive, don't bother backing it 
up anywhere else, because it will never die or develop bad sectors.


shaun everiss wrote:

Hi all.
I have just found a maxtore drie going cheap at harvy norman.
about 170 bucks for 500gb.
I know there are bad things with these drives but I don't know what.
are they prone to falier I was origionally going to go with  a westerndigital 
or a sigate, both because I have had a wd arc whos case has died and another 
because my friend has a sigate which is real quiet almost non existant.
I need something that will store data, its going to be a secondary backup, ie 
the drive will get data put on it and then after every 6 months or  so I will 
power it on to transfer stuff over.
I hope to replace the case on my primary western digital and run it into the 
ground.
I will be a heavy user of either drive though.  so they need to last a long 
time.
OI don't mind if the case power supply or case controler goe but I want 
something that will not easily break with switches, etc and will stand a 
reasonable ammount of abuse and ware.
Ok so I am not going to drop it and I will try not to take it away with me to 
much  if at all, howeverI don't want it to die for no reason just like if I 
pick it  off the desk and say forget to switch it off or something screwy like 
that not that will happen however.
I know the western digital drives will power down when not in use, so something 
that will do that or is so quiet that I won't notice it running.



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Re: The Talk2 List Hey, guys!

2009-04-16 Thread Patrick Perdue
Sounds not saying hello? Hmm. Sounds don't usually talk to you unless 
you explicitly tell them to. I have no sounds that hello at me, 
because I personally find the concept rather offensive.


Dumb question: have you actually assigned any events? There are none 
assigned by default, unless you're using a pre-packaged Miranda, like 
the one Andre has been passing around for the last couple of years.



rainee wrote:
I finally got Miranda set up on this computer. I figured it'd be less of 
a resource hog than Windows Live. Now if I can figure out how to get the 
sounds saying hello on it. And yes, my enable sound events is checked. 
Figured I'd let y'all know, since I was meowing at some of you about not 
being able to get my MSN to connect. And of course, it was something 
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Re: The Talk2 List Fw: [dolphinusers] tbrn

2009-04-13 Thread Patrick Perdue
Yeah, no more hacking off and throwing half-baked information without 
facts, thanks.
We're well covered, in some ways better than we've ever been, and more 
redundantly too. When the site comes back online (and yes, there are 
several valid reasons as to why it currently doesn't exist, which I 
won't discuss here), this will be abundantly clear.
Sure, the site is still broken, but guess what? TBRN is free for 
everyone... except those who actually put the money and effort down to 
make the project work, myself being one of those contributers.
It is not a job requiring first priority, it's a fun thing to do for us, 
and hopefully all who participate.


I really enjoy it when folks completely masticate facts, run them 
through a waste disposal unit, then regurgitate them as proper info, 
after gluing the pieces together with feces.


 Onj wrote:
Did anybody say we didn't have the space to store archives?  How 
embarrassing!

God, now we all look like low-down losers or something.  Fucktard!


From: shaun everiss shau...@xtra.co.nz
on Monday, April 13, 2009 7:22 AM


To: all lists/ others.
From: shaun everiss shau...@xtra.co.nz
Subject: tbrn

Hi.

I am emailing on behalf of a station I listen to called tbrn.net.
They are in the process of moving their stuff.
Issue is they have no place to store their archives of shows.
We are probably talking 500gb 1tb pluss and its going to be ever 
expanding.

This is a free radio station so they don't have the cash  to host stuff.
They can't host stuff on their own connections of the various staff, 
because

of data caps.
They don't have storage for the archives.
To tell you the truth I don't know what the ammount currently is but it
grows every week each file in ogg betwene 80 and 200mb each and longer
depending on things.
Ofcause they can't afford any  space at the ammount they are dealing 
with.

Its got to the point where there are no archives currently up except b7y
direct link which means either I have to get the stuff from journals, 
etc

which are not always updated or ask. At any rate they would like any
suggestions.
This message will probably be forewarded to several lists but since I 
have

had conversations with you I'd give you a crack at it first.
Ofcause depending on when you get this everyone else will have a copy of
this as I will be doing a message after this to lists.
They can't afford much if anything they are mostly studants all blind I
think some have jobs but not sure.
Any help will be appreciated
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Re: The Talk2 List back

2009-04-01 Thread Patrick Perdue

Aww, 5 out of 126? Try 1200 out of 1300, then properly complain about it.

As for the rest, I own a domain and have a VPS, hosting my own mail, and 
god, I hate doing it!
I am almost tempted to use GMail, but I won't do it. It does have Imap 
now, but still...


shaun everiss wrote:

h well unless I can find something other than isp mail which is free easy 
to register and doesn't include varification like google and yahoo I suspect I 
will not be moving.
in fact isp mail is ok just the spam filter used to be that it got to little 
now its to much.
and its only list mail for me everyone is fine.
Some say I should buy a domain and get a vps and then run that.
however I don't see the point, as long as I can get my mail.
out of 126 messages overnight about 5 were spam.
its 5 to many but my isp filters block  around  40 lagit messages per 5 spams.
I suppose that is standard.
I have not used gmail for ages so I suspect my gmail account has expired.
and not sure if it would work anyway.
At 03:08 a.m. 2/04/2009, you wrote:

I would not use the spam filters on your ISP.
I wouldn't even use ISP email at all.
I wouldn't reformat so  many times like you do and use norton ghosts, I 
wouldn't be from on a small island where they outlaw beastiality, because I bet 
you have some old 80 men that like to have sex with small mice but can't do 
that over there.


On 3/31/2009 9:44 PM, shaun everiss wrote:

Hi all.
I am back online stupid spam filters on isp.



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Re: The Talk2 List This list is dead, dave!

2009-03-21 Thread Patrick Perdue
Oops, I was wondering if that would happen. Heard some bad things about 
them Seagate FreeAgent 1tb drives... Glad I didn't get one. I did give 
you a 6 month timeline on that, didn't I?


Onj wrote:
I don't care if you lot have twitter, I don't.  I want to vent my anger 
at the fact that a drive less than a year old is showing signs of 
behaving like a recalcitrant granny when it could be doing so many 
better things, like serving me my 409 gigs of data.
Windows says, hard disk 4 D has a bad block.  I chkdsk /f the drive and 
it took about 15 and a half minutes and recovers files, and does all 
that, and I'm then notified it has 53 KB of bad sectors.  Now that's 
less than an iriver drive, but see, thing about that, is my Iriver drive 
has 64 K of bad sectors, and is much, much older.  To add to this of 
course, an Iriver is a portable device, and who knows if the owner 
before me dropped it on it's head like a red-headed stepchild he didn't 
want?  So now I have to replace a 1 TB drive.  I am pissed about this.  
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Re: The Talk2 List This list is dead, dave!

2009-03-21 Thread Patrick Perdue
Drives are drives. They now all have issues, no matter from whom you get 
them.
Far as I'm concerned, there is no such thing as a trustworthy hard 
drive. Keep backups, lots of them, no matter what you use.
The exception; never, ever buy anything from LaCie, unless you want your 
data eaten, swallowed and thoroughly gulped,  like that python, which 
ate a 12.8 pound dog in Australia a couple of weeks ago. It took over a 
week to digest it, too. The idiot snake ate 60 percent of it's body 
weight, in the form of a dog called Bendy. Not so much anymore.



1.5tb and 2tb drives are out, so go buy a 1tb right now. Wah ha.

Derek Lane wrote:

Thank you for providing content for this list.
I want a 1 tb drive, just not a broken 1.
I heard its good to wait until the next size up is out before getting 
the thing you want.

I don't know if that's the case or if that's just some sort of paranoia.

- Original Message - From: Onj o...@andrelouis.com
To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
Sent: Saturday, March 21, 2009 12:05 PM
Subject: The Talk2 List This list is dead, dave!


I don't care if you lot have twitter, I don't.  I want to vent my 
anger at the fact that a drive less than a year old is showing signs 
of behaving like a recalcitrant granny when it could be doing so many 
better things, like serving me my 409 gigs of data.
Windows says, hard disk 4 D has a bad block.  I chkdsk /f the drive 
and it took about 15 and a half minutes and recovers files, and does 
all that, and I'm then notified it has 53 KB of bad sectors.  Now 
that's less than an iriver drive, but see, thing about that, is my 
Iriver drive has 64 K of bad sectors, and is much, much older.  To add 
to this of course, an Iriver is a portable device, and who knows if 
the owner before me dropped it on it's head like a red-headed 
stepchild he didn't want?  So now I have to replace a 1 TB drive.  I 
am pissed about this.  OK?  Good.




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The Talk2 List a special broadband-day edition of Things and Stuff

2009-02-07 Thread Patrick Perdue
On February 8, 2000, I had broadband internet installed in my house for 
the first time.
Now, nine years later, I'm commemorating this anniversary in a really 
dumb way.
Not only will I broadcast using the standard Ogg Vorbis stream to TBRN, 
but I'll also be providing an Ogg Flac lossless version as well, just 
because I can.


Hear every fine detail that you would not otherwise notice or care 
about. Cringe at the artifacts of any mp3 or ogg file I use as music or 
bed material. Experience the true high fidelity of lossless streaming as 
it was never meant to be heard... well, assuming your player of choice 
can stream Ogg Flac.
Unfortunately for Winamp users, the libraries are too old to support Ogg 
Flac streaming playback. However, if you use Foobar 2000 for windows 
(unsure of programs for Linux and mac, though I'm sure they exist), plug 
the address http://tbrn.net:/tas.flac into your ogg flac streaming 
player of choice tonight at 10:00 PM EST. Doing so before then will 
yield a non-working feed. Sorry 'bout that.


Otherwise, feel free to listen in any of the normal ways provided by 
TBRN, as I do plan on an interesting show tonight, geeky bandwidth-using 
thingy or not. Yes, I'm aware of the potential lack of listeners to this 
lossless feed because it's so specialized, but does it really matter? 
Yeah, probably. Oh well.


If you are as geeky as I am, chances are you have some deep, dark, 
hidden secrets that you'd rather not have published... Actually, that 
has no relevance here, so forget I said that.


This is a one-off deal. I don't plan on doing this every week, or, in 
fact, ever again after this particular show.
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The Talk2 List TBRN has invaded Twitter!

2009-01-06 Thread Patrick Perdue
Yep, that's right, ladies and gentlemen. Our favorite Beyond Radio 
Network has invaded Twitter, that really annoying addictive social 
networking site that you either love, hate, or love to hate.


Get regular updates on all things TBRN, including current shows, special 
events, blog updates relating to the network, and other random stuff 
that might get thrown at you from time to time.


Follow @tbrn from twitter, or visit the URL: http://www.twitter.com/tbrn 
for your very own TBRN twitter box.


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The Talk2 List Who's talking now?

2009-01-04 Thread Patrick Perdue
With the push of stuff like Twitter, Facebook, and that other 
winky-blinky thing that rhymes with Tango, this list hasn't had much to 
do over the past year.


If traffic on this list doesn't start becoming a lot more interesting, 
I'm going to have to take drastic measures.
Yep, that's right, I'm going to have to start forwarding server logs and 
caller ID info for each incoming call to this list, and you won't like 
it much.

Lots of phone numbers will become viewable by the public.
Your world will flip it's face off in at least four directions.
They'll turn your power off for being a bad person, and cut your phone 
line from the street. If you have cable, you won't anymore. If you have 
a satellite dish, make a wish before it hits the ground.


In otherwords, talk!

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Re: The Talk2 List Who's talking now?

2009-01-04 Thread Patrick Perdue
Well, see, there's this problem about coffee makers around here, they 
only seem to last a couple months at a time before mysteriously deciding 
not to work anymore. So if you're going to be all like that, you might 
want to bring a spare or two.


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S. Nicole Campbell wrote:
O so if our houses flip upside down, we're just gonna move into your 
house... hope you've got a coffee maker.

send me more funny stuff to laugh at! Haven't seen any in a minute.

- Original Message - From: Patrick Perdue patr...@pdaudio.net
To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
Sent: Sunday, January 04, 2009 3:52 AM
Subject: The Talk2 List Who's talking now?


With the push of stuff like Twitter, Facebook, and that other 
winky-blinky thing that rhymes with Tango, this list hasn't had much 
to do over the past year.


If traffic on this list doesn't start becoming a lot more 
interesting, I'm going to have to take drastic measures.
Yep, that's right, I'm going to have to start forwarding server logs 
and caller ID info for each incoming call to this list, and you won't 
like it much.

Lots of phone numbers will become viewable by the public.
Your world will flip it's face off in at least four directions.
They'll turn your power off for being a bad person, and cut your 
phone line from the street. If you have cable, you won't anymore. If 
you have a satellite dish, make a wish before it hits the ground.


In otherwords, talk!

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The Talk2 List [Fwd: [BlindAttic] 500g b externil hard drive to sell or trade]

2008-12-14 Thread Patrick Perdue

You know you vant it!

 Original Message 
Subject: [BlindAttic] 500g b externil hard drive to sell or trade
Date: Sun, 14 Dec 2008 10:11:43 -0800
From: mohit mohitkhatan...@gmail.com
To: blindat...@blindtreasures.com


Hi there,
I have this 500 g b vestin dijitel externil hard drive I have just used 
for around 3 munths,
I will load it whit around 500 g b of audio books, dockumuntrys, o t 
r's, t v shows, d v s moovies, muzik, and more,
I am asking for 100 $, plus shipping or would like to trade for a wikter 
reader streem, i would pay the diffrence,

please get back, by and take care,
mohit.



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Re: The Talk2 List [Fwd: [BlindAttic] 500g b externil hard drive to sell or trade]

2008-12-14 Thread Patrick Perdue

Uh oh, a StarTrek reference. Badness!

Do hard drives come with wessels these days, nucular or otherwise? Yep, 
I said nucular, boy, wacha gonna do 'bout it?


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The Talk2 List Uh oh!

2008-09-28 Thread Patrick Perdue
Oops. It's September 29, 2008, and the PD Audio Productions Realtime 
2008 archive is not yet uploaded.


It is now past the three-month deadline.

Please feel free to use the following information for yelling purposes:
e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
msn: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
aim: audioonly84

Send me a private message, and I will throw a phone number and/or a sip address 
at you, if you'd rather complain to Derek by voice.

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Re: The Talk2 List new facebook is a pile

2008-09-24 Thread Patrick Perdue
Yep. I am using m.facebook through Firefox3, and updating my status 
through Twitter via twittd on aim, and the Twitter facebook app, or 
through SMS.
I don't mind the new facebook layout as much as some, although the lack 
of headers is really annoying.


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Doug Langley wrote:
   So, I'm going to ask the same question that many have asked around 
the net;  anyone manage to get the old facebook back?
 
 
I havent bothered since I sort of like the new one.  The profile page 
is a bit nasty and deleting apps is a huge pain but doable, but as for 
the news feed I like that its more chronological, and that you can 
comment on stuff now.  the comment system has been needed for a long 
time.
 
if you want something that's easier and quicker, you can go to 
m.facebook.com in firefox, but you wont be able to access alot of the 
apps from that page.



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The Talk2 List no things and stuff this week

2008-09-13 Thread Patrick Perdue
There will be no Things and Stuff this week. Unfortunately, the 
motherboard for the new studio computer did not show up as soon as we 
hoped it would, and, to be quite honest, I'm not feeling up to doing 
another show with the old Dell, and trying to get any production work 
done on that thing is even more painful. Talk about a clunker!


However, the new motherboard for the potentially nice new quad core 
system should be in early this week, and, if there are no other issues 
that pop up unexpectedly, I may do a make-up show sometime during the 
week. Besides, I've never done a Things and Stuff on any days other 
than Saturday or Sunday, so it may or may not be interesting. Stay tuned 
for more info as it becomes available. As always, we are sorry for the 
inconvenience. HHG reference completely unintentional.



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Re: The Talk2 List no things and stuff this week

2008-09-13 Thread Patrick Perdue
The dumb thing about the Dell is, it's ncredibly slow and fake-hangs a 
lot, but it's stable.
When all this is over, it will probably make a good linux box for 
running the phone system.


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ryan Perdue wrote:

I agree about that DELL.
You know it's bad when you feel bad giving someone a computer.
I technically owe him for taking the DELL.
At least he didn't use the original hard drive.
- Original Message - From: Patrick Perdue [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
Sent: Saturday, September 13, 2008 4:35 AM
Subject: The Talk2 List no things and stuff this week


There will be no Things and Stuff this week. Unfortunately, the 
motherboard for the new studio computer did not show up as soon as we 
hoped it would, and, to be quite honest, I'm not feeling up to doing 
another show with the old Dell, and trying to get any production work 
done on that thing is even more painful. Talk about a clunker!


However, the new motherboard for the potentially nice new quad core 
system should be in early this week, and, if there are no other 
issues that pop up unexpectedly, I may do a make-up show sometime 
during the week. Besides, I've never done a Things and Stuff on any 
days other than Saturday or Sunday, so it may or may not be 
interesting. Stay tuned for more info as it becomes available. As 
always, we are sorry for the inconvenience. HHG reference completely 
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The Talk2 List the triumphant? return of Things and Stuff

2008-08-22 Thread Patrick Perdue
Barring any un-forseen circumstances, the formar wildly popular Things 
and Stuff will be returning to TBRN's virtual airwaves tomorrow, August 
23, at it's usual 10:00 PM EDT, after a temporary total existence 
failure. Find out what you've missed in the life of Borris over the last 
six/seven weeks (depending on how you view it), throw things in protest, 
break a few windows, and have a generally good couple of hours on what 
might otherwise be a boring Saturday night. Who knows, we may even have 
a guest co-host or two, just


to see what happens.

With music, phone calls, issues and problems, Things and Stuff is back, and 
ready to... exist? Yeah, that's about all we can promise at this point in time. 
This is where you come in...

To tune in to Things and Stuff, visit www.tbrn.net on Saturday, August 23, at 
10:00 PM EDT. Actually... No, do it before 10:00 PM EDT, and check out all the 
other fun things TBRN has to offer as well.

Of course, you knew that already, right? Yep, thought so...



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The Talk2 List Thunderbird fun times?

2008-08-08 Thread Patrick Perdue
OK, so it's taken a rather long time, but the bat finally pissed me off. 
Due to my refusal to use outlook (anything, express or otherwise), I am 
now using Thunderbird. It doesn't work so well with my older version of 
jaws, though this can probably be fixed with some window re-classing. I 
don't know. Makes editing a slightly painful experience.


For any of you on-list using Thunderbird, I am attempting to 
re-configure the layout so that, in the list of messages, it displays 
from, to, subject, like I've had it in previous mail clients, rather 
than the default of subject, from, to, which I personally find annoying. 
This edit box is weird.

Goodbye.

  





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Re: The Talk2 List Thunderbird fun times?

2008-08-08 Thread Patrick Perdue

More on this crap:

I don't give a proverbial damn that the font used is x-western, but Jaws 
insists on throwing this information at me after every blank line while 
reading a message in Thunderbird. No matter what I do, it won't die.


X-Western
I am really getting annoyed at this particular screen reading package, 
not that I wasn't before or anything.


X-Western
Does anyone have a clue what this is all about, and what can be done 
about it?


X-Western
Thanks for any assistance.

X-Western
Additional X-Westerns added to illustrate the point.

X-Western
Oh yeah, and X-Westerns are jerks!



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Re: The Talk2 List Thunderbird fun times?

2008-08-08 Thread Patrick Perdue

Yeah, Steve, I just found that out. How annoying!

There must be something buried in a file somewhere. I'll keep looking.

 Original Message  
Subject: Re: The Talk2 List Thunderbird fun times?
From: Stephen Clower [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
Date: Fri Aug 08 2008 15:23:26 GMT-0400 (Eastern Daylight Time)

Let me know if you ever manage to get anywhere with the columns. You can 
change their position all day long in the view settings, but Thunderbird 
always passes the same damned info to the screen reader regardless.


- Steve



Patrick Perdue wrote:
Right, well I figured out the X-Western issue, it's a language tag. 
Jaws, in it's infinite wizdom, was, ya know, just trying to do it's 
job, but there is no dialogue/voice to switch to for X-Western, so 
it wouldn't switch to it. I've made that go away; I don't need 
language detection anyway. Now I'm just having issues with quoting 
text and trying to get the columns in the order I like. Other basic 
things are working fine, mail filters are friendly, all that sort of 
thing.


By the way, I'm using Thunderbird 2.0.0.16, latest as far as I know.





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Re: The Talk2 List Heavily Influenced on a break

2008-08-05 Thread Patrick Perdue
TBRn, it's been a great run. Things don't last forever, ya know.




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Re: The Talk2 List Comcast Guilty of Net Neutrality

2008-08-01 Thread Patrick Perdue
On 8/1/2008, 8:19:57 PM EDT, Derek wrote on the toilet wall:

D Finally the government does something in the nets favor.

Yes, but by a very small margine... 3 to 2? They really didn't want to.
And looky at them republicans opposing it?

Now, I'm not affiliated with any political party, andI plan to stay that way, 
but
I have to say Who would have figured that?
Right... Sure...

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Re: The Talk2 List IP test

2008-07-07 Thread Patrick Perdue
On 7/7/2008, 4:06:23 PM EDT, Derek said:

D It does work, and I must confess that this has been the most borring summer
D for talk2 thus far.


I think we said that last year, too, only this year has managed to be
even more boring.
White thread.


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Re: The Talk2 List IP test

2008-07-07 Thread Patrick Perdue
On 7/7/2008, 8:58:58 PM EDT, Derek shot out:

D Quite naturally for other people, we have to have black thread as well.


Other people? You do realize what you've just done, don't you?
You have successfully offended about zero people with that statement!
When are you going to learn? Do a better job next time!

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The Talk2 List a few things, and a bit less stuff

2008-07-05 Thread Patrick Perdue
Tonight at 10:00 PM EDT, the Beyond Radio Network brings you a few things, and 
a bit less stuff than usual.

As my Phonic mixing console is currently in a box on it's way to Florida
for repair, I have rigged a quite strange setup for doing the show with most of 
it's
usual amenities, though whether this will actually work is still up for
questioning.

Who knows, we may even have something actually planned for the show... er, maybe
not. Tune in to www.tbrn.net tonight at 10:00 PM EDT, and find out along
with the host of said show. Doesn't sound too promising, does it?

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The Talk2 List Things and Stuff goes on vacation

2008-06-23 Thread Patrick Perdue
Hi all:

Due to the fact that my board needs servicing, Things and Stuff will
have a small existence failure for the duration it takes to have the board 
fixed, and get
everything up and running again.
While I have enough extra crap around here to make something work, I'd
rather not set up lots of crap, only to rip it all apart again. So ha!

PD Audio Realtime 2008 may tentitively happen this weekend, so I'll
keep things around long enough for that, but then the board goes off to
Florida to probably die in transet, and give me a reason to yell at
someone in a caustic fassion.

Sorry for the convenience this may have caused. Yes, I said convenience,
so there!

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Re: The Talk2 List miranda is being mean.

2008-06-21 Thread Patrick Perdue




Perhaps your actual route to the server is screwed, or your router is being gay?

Try, for example, pinging or tracing route to login.oscar.aol.com. If that responds, telnet to login.oscar.aol.com 5190. Note that the default windows telnet program is weird, and uses space as a separater for port, not colon like everything else does. You should get the single reply "*e", which, assuming you knew what you were doing, means you could throw things at the server, and it would theoretically then do stuff, all be it in a non-practical way.

As a very last resort, try the Miranda TOC aim protocol, though I doubt that works anymore.
It doesn't have fun things like file transfers, either, and come to think of it, will probably not even run on new versions of Miranda.





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The Talk2 List Fwd: About Me

2008-06-19 Thread Patrick Perdue




What should I do with this? I am reminded of myself at about the age of 5 or 6 here?

Forwarded message:
from Andy Park [EMAIL PROTECTED]
to[EMAIL PROTECTED][EMAIL PROTECTED]
sent: Thursday, 6/19/2008 at 2:43:52 PM
subject: About Me
Hi,
My name is Andy or Andrew Park, what ever my name is called. I lived in Flushing, NY, and my interest is everything: clocks, bells, pipe organ music, Classical to the 60s, mechanical music such as band organs, barrel organs, and much more. I played the pipe organ, not an electric one, the clarinet, violin, (Italian for fiddle), piano (such as the upright and grand), handbells, and accordion. I'm also interested on technology (computers, and more.) I am currently in Perkins School for the Blind, which is in Watertown, MA, and I'm 18 years old. I am currently in my house right now, which has, guess what, my mantle clock on my right that chimes every 15 minutes. How about you. Tell me a bit about yourself, and do you have a mantle clock that chimes every 15 minutes too? It's nice to meat you.
Andy




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Hi,
My name is Andy or Andrew Park, what ever my name 
is called. I lived in Flushing, NY, and my interest is everything: clocks, 
bells, pipe organ music, Classical to the 60s, mechanical music such as band 
organs, barrel organs, and much more. I played the pipe organ, not an electric 
one, the clarinet, violin, (Italian for fiddle), piano (such as the upright and 
grand), handbells, and accordion. I'm also interested on technology (computers, 
and more.) I am currently in Perkins School for the Blind, which is in 
Watertown, MA, and I'm 18 years old. I am currently in my house right now, which 
has, guess what, my mantle clock on my right that chimes every 15 minutes. How 
about you. Tell me a bit about yourself, and do you have a mantle clock that 
chimes every 15 minutes too? It's nice to meat you.
Andy



Re: The Talk2 List Fwd: About Me

2008-06-19 Thread Patrick Perdue




On 6/19/2008, 3:48:16 PM EDT, Stephen stood on his head, and choked out:







How precious. Yet another blink to add to your fan club. Har har at you.

Patrick Perdue wrote:





OK, Stephen! Time for me to set up some mail filters! Anything that goes straight to my address, I.E. not from a mailing list, contains the words blind, dec-talk, and/or clock, will go directly to your inbox. How's that?
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Re: The Talk2 List Translations again.

2008-06-11 Thread Patrick Perdue
You know, the Japanese translation is the only thing that made this truely 
interesting.
Otherwise, it would have been rather boring, slightly bland, and just a
bit on the sleepy side.

From english, spanish and back:
You know, the Japanese translation is the only thing that made this really 
interesting.
Otherwise, it would have been quite boring, somewhat bland, and only one 
little sleep.

To Finish and back:
You know, the Japanese translation is the only asia, which has made this really 
interesting.
Otherwise, it would have been quite boring, a bit bland, and only one 
little sleep.

To Arabic and back:
You know, the Japanese translation is the only country in Asia, which has made 
this really.
Otherwise, it was very boring, a bit thin, and only one 
Little sleep.

To Chinese Traditional and back:
You know, the Japanese translation is the only country in Asia, which makes it 
really.
Otherwise, very boring, a bit thin, with only one 
Very little sleep.

Now the Chinese rendering straight to Japanese, then to English:
As you know, the Japanese translation is the only country in Asia, then how to 
please.
Otherwise, very boring, a little thin, and only one  Very little sleep.

Now the original Japanese output from german, to Romanian, to French, then 
finally English:
As you know, Japanese translation is the only country in Asia, please, like you.
Otherwise, very boring, a little thin, and only one 
Very little sleep.

Now, the English rendering of that long string past through Swedish, Russian, 
Bulgarian, then finally English again:
As you know, Japanese translation is the only country in Asia, you can, just 
like you.
Otherwise, this is very sad little thin, and only one 
Very little sleep.

Now that to Hindi and back to English:
As you know, Japanese translation is the only country in Asia, you can, just 
like you.
Otherwise, it is a very sad little thin, and only one 
Sleep too little.

Now this through Italian and back:
As you know, Japanese translation is the only country in Asia, it is possible, 
just like you.
Otherwise, it's a little 'sad very thin, and only one 
Sleeping too little.

Now this to danish and back:
As you know, Japanese translation is the only country in Asia, it is possible, 
just as you can.
Otherwise, it's a little sad, very thin, and only one 
Sleeping too little.

Now this convoluted thing through Spanish, then English again:
As you know, Japanese translation is the only country in Asia, it is possible, 
as can be.
Otherwise, is a bit sad, very thin, and only one 
Sleeping too little.

Speaking of sleeping too little, I'm not going to do that, starting now.
I wonder how thing got turned into Asia anyway?

On 6/11/2008, 9:02:34 AM EDT, Arthur wrote in the dirt:

A Well well, time to try energise this list again with a translations, curtisy
A of lynne, so have it...

A Original text.
A it's funny that though, because you'd say he has heard it, but not he 
A doesn't have heard it, but if you sent him it, you'd say he has it, but 
A right now, he doesn't have it.  Stupid language we speak.

A From english to spanish and back again.
A It is curious that despite the fact that, because they say he has heard, but
A he has not heard, but if you sent him, I would say that you are, but at this
A point, does not have to. Stupid language we speak.

A From english to german and back again.
A It is strange that, despite the fact that, because they say he has heard,
A but he has not heard, but if you sent him, I would say that you are, but at
A this point not to. Stupid language we speak

A From english to italian and back again.
A It 'strange that, despite the fact that, because they say it has heard, but
A he has not heard, but if you sent him, I would say that you are, but not at
A this point. Stupid language we speak

A From english to japanese and back again.
A It 'a funny thing, despite the fact that, because they've heard it said, but
A he can not hear, but he sent you, I say at this time is . Silly to talk 
A about language




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The Talk2 List a bad testing person

2008-05-16 Thread Patrick Perdue
Hi:

This is approximately one short, boring, and painful test. I have just
changed e-mail providers for my domain and am no longer running local
mail. Let's see how this works and such, or if it even bothers to
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The Talk2 List talking to myself and making noise about it

2008-05-16 Thread Patrick Perdue
Wow. Sounds like a bad promo for a show, doesn't it? Well, it isn't. 
I do have one of those (Saturdays from 10:00 PM to 12:00 AM EDET on 
tbrn.net), but actually I'm only here to test server-side mail 
filtering, as it doesn't seem to be working.
This, in my opinion, is boring, since I must have things organized, 
but only the things that don't matter. I can't ever find 
a pair of socks, but I want to know where my messages are, damn it!

I'm writing from webmail to see if, for whatever reason, things get 
sorted here and not via imap as they should, though I'm sure 
approximately zero of you care about that sort of thing. I could go 
on and on about this, but that would be almost as boring as my show, 
if not more so.

I will, as a result, not do that, and instead tell you that the 
electric scissors that come with those nice little blister pack 
openers are really boring, but fun to play with. I cut up a credit 
card with them, and they choaked, became confused, and didn't know 
what to do about life for a while.
That must be worth something, right?
Said blister pack opener is actually little more than a double-edged 
razor in a clever plastic housing that makes it easier to use for 
said application.
This also must be worth something, right?
Yeah, I thought not.

As another random, un-related note, my Mini-SD full-length adapter is 
broken. It sucked anyway.

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Re: The Talk2 List talking to myself and making noise about it

2008-05-16 Thread Patrick Perdue
Well, that's cool. It does work, but only when you manually go to the
read messages thing on the webmail portal.
So much for auto-sorting. I guess that keeps CPU usage down or
something. Works out great if you just use webmail all
the time, but if you use only imap, it's boring, for it is an extra step
to perform before all your messages get sorted on the server
Oh well. It'll make up for itself by being more reliable and faster than
what I was running before, as it is a cluster of mail servers not just one, and 
I'll just have to live with it.
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Re: The Talk2 List weather bad times

2008-05-07 Thread Patrick Perdue
On 5/7/2008, 12:34:31 AM EDT, Mary Ann wrote:

 Thanks. Glad it isn't just me. Though Patrick's seems to be the neatest 
 incident of Weather oddness though.

Yep, mmy Miranda plugin  is portraying that PDQ bach track just great, ya know.
Those of you who have looked out of your windows this morning have
probably been surprised to see that there is no weather today. This
unusual condition is due to a surprise wildcat strike by members of the
Weather Bureau Employees Union, local 30.2 and falling, and is expected
to continue through tomorrow night the possibility of clearing up by Friday.
Some members, however, have said that they intend to cross the
picket line. So, our forecast for today and tomorrow is for scattered
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Re: The Talk2 List weather bad times

2008-05-07 Thread Patrick Perdue
Here's a bit of an update:

I got the latest Miranda weather plugin from the addons sight, which is
copyright 2002/2008, and a few more INI files that I didn't have before.
I can only get locations to come up in search through the weather.com
thingy, and it only shows my non-existent conditions as offline contacts
now. None of the other search INI's seem to do anything at all. I tried
Yahoo! weather, accuweather and weather underground.
So, if you look in your offline contacts, you'll probably see a bunch of N/A 
weather for your location as well.





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Re: The Talk2 List weather bad times

2008-05-07 Thread Patrick Perdue
On 5/7/2008, 9:08:01 AM EDT, Derek muttered:

 w double o f...
 You know, it took me a long time to put together that the were basically
 saying woof!

I figured that out real quick when I first heard it, and went log, as
it were.
Now, this is boring. w double-o f is stationed in Dothan, Alabama, on 560 AM 
(sports) and 99.7 FM (adult contemporary).
The only cool thing to come out of this is that both stations are owned
by Woof, Inc. What a neat name for a potentially boring thingy. Highly 
credible, and everything!

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Re: The Talk2 List weather bad times

2008-05-07 Thread Patrick Perdue
I tried the preconfigured 7z with all components included, which made
Miranda crash really hard at startup. It also complained about needing
the chat plugin, which I obviously have.
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Re: The Talk2 List weather bad times

2008-05-06 Thread Patrick Perdue
Well, I have a Miranda weather issue but not that one. The stations all
show up in the contact list, but everything is n/a. Here is my local
forecast, for example:
Feel-Like: N/A
Pressure: N/A
Wind: N/A  
Humidity: N/A
Dew Point: N/A
Visibility: N/A

Sun Rise: N/A
Sun Set: N/A

5 Days Forecast:
  /  %, 
  /  %, 
  /  %, 
  /  %, 
  /  %, 

Really quite useless. Perhaps it's time to update that particular plugin? The 
version I have is pretty old.




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Re: The Talk2 List no WDGLFM today

2008-05-03 Thread Patrick Perdue
Crap, you're boring! Now I have to sit around and sulk about nothing, and
try to find some drivers for this gay s3 proSavageDDR (86c420) onboard
piece of crap video thing, which needs to die in a horribly good way. Not a 
horribly
bad way, which would, in effect, not be all that bad, given that the
badness is horrible, that being bad at being bad.

Essentially, I don't like you!

Fake job funtimes in a tube!




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Re: The Talk2 List Top Five Laziest Inventions

2008-04-28 Thread Patrick Perdue
On 4/28/2008, 8:33:31 AM EDT, Derek cried out:

 Paterson New Jersey?
 Never been there.  What is it like?  Does it truely exist?

I've never been there either, but it does have WPAT AM-940, which is
probably a horribly boring station, most likely even more boring than
the real WDGL FM.
Let's all move to Camden. Actually, let's not.


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The Talk2 List I slept through it... through it... etc.

2008-04-26 Thread Patrick Perdue
I overslept, and thus, Things and Stuff is obviously not on. While I
could start the show now, I really don't want to. Why? Because I'm still
very tired, and I would not be as presentable as I'd like. I will,
however, do the show tomorrow after the Rock n Roll Report, which, for
now, have moved from... : to : PM? Boyng? I'm a bit confused about when
things come on anymore. If, for whatever reason, that doesn't work out,
I'll do something during the week.

So tune in after the Rock n Roll report, which shows up after the Sunday
Night Saranade... for... uh, something better than what is currently
live at the moment. Well, then again, that isn't really saying much, now is it?

Time to fall over!

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Re: The Talk2 List I slept through it... through it... etc.

2008-04-26 Thread Patrick Perdue
Actually, no, don't do that. I broke it. I'd rather do the show before
the Sunday Night Saranade, which, for now, starts at 6:00 PM EDT, which
means I'll be on tomorrow from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM, for two hours of better 
content than I've aired today... Yeah. Sundays and Stuff.
Still need more sleep, obviously.

On 4/26/2008, 10:35:04 PM EDT, Patrick just had to go and say:

 I overslept, and thus, Things and Stuff is obviously not on. While I
 could start the show now, I really don't want to. Why? Because I'm still
 very tired, and I would not be as presentable as I'd like. I will,
 however, do the show tomorrow after the Rock n Roll Report, which, for
 now, have moved from... : to : PM? Boyng? I'm a bit confused about when
 things come on anymore. If, for whatever reason, that doesn't work out,
 I'll do something during the week.

 So tune in after the Rock n Roll report, which shows up after the Sunday
 Night Saranade... for... uh, something better than what is currently
 live at the moment. Well, then again, that isn't really saying much, now is 
 it?

 Time to fall over!

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The Talk2 List Fwd: GPS and Mobile Speak

2008-04-16 Thread Patrick Perdue
Just proving that I still don't post old john messages to talk2.
I made an error in the last old message that I didn't post, as this one
is older. Except, really, it's not, because I didn't send that last
message, and I haven't sent this one either, as it turns out.
I said that the last old message I didn't send was the first John message to 
talk2, but I lied.

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subject: The Talk2 List GPS and Mobile Speak
Hi all

  I know virtually every blink on this list is a Cingularian, but even as a 
Sprint user I figure your input could still be of value.  Basically Steve and I 
are looking to get Sprint's one and only pocket PC that's compatible with the 
Mobile Speak software.  And since this unit has GPS capabilities, I was 
wondering what if any accessible GPS software there is that Mobile Speak can 
interface with.

  While both of us would love to track down a Trekker, they're just a bit too 
pricey, hence my GPS inquiry.

John Clower


Hi all

 I know virtually every blink on this list is 
a Cingularian, but even as a Sprint user I figure your input could still be of 
value. Basically Steve and I are looking to get Sprint's one and only 
pocket PC that's compatible with the Mobile Speak software. And since this 
unit has GPS capabilities, I was wondering what if any accessible GPS software 
there is that Mobile Speak can interface with.

 While both of us would love to track down a 
Trekker, they're just a bit too pricey, hence my GPS inquiry.
John Clower


The Talk2 List the snowman radio broadcast

2008-04-13 Thread Patrick Perdue
Until someone tells us to stop, we're going to be broadcasting two
episodes of the Snowman Radio Broadcast every weekday from 2:00 PM to
3:00 PM EDT, starting tomorrow, April 14.
Each episode is roughly 30 minutes long, thus, you get two of them per
day. However, too much of the Snowman at once is a bad, addictive thing, so we 
are
limiting this to one hour, rather than two or three.

. From the website:
The SnowMan Radio Broadcast is a conversational, satirical series of programs, 
recorded between August 1999, and May 2001. People describe it as being 
presented
by a man with a smooth delivery, an unusually ironic sense of humor, and a 
master's touch at audio production. But, what do they know. Some things you
hear here are true; some are not; and YOU will have to be the judge of which is 
which. But, at any event, it's a great way to pass the time.

As this was done before the era of podcasting, one episode
of this program was uploaded per week, and aired across a few internet radio 
stations in
Real Audio format. Fear not, however, because we won't be bringing you
those boring low-quality versions of the show. We've got better ones!

You may be asking yourself: Who is this Snowman person, and why would I
want to listen to him? Well, to answer your question, he's a strange
individual by the name of Jim Snowbarger, who hales from Marshaltown
Iowa. With many years of experience in both life in general, and audio 
production, you will find out all sorts of things that you might never have
discovered otherwise.
I suppose that's not enough reason, though, unless you already
know who this person is, and what he's all about. If you don't, tune
into tbrn every weekday from 2:00
PM to 3:00 PM EDT, and you'll find out for yourself.

You can check out the Snowman's official website at
www.snowmanradio.com.

To listen, point your media player of choice to any of the following:
Ogg, best quality: http://tbrn.net:/tbrn.ogg
mp3 128k: http://tbrn.net:/tbrn.mp3
48k mp3 (for really nice dial-up or use with mobile devices):
http://tbrn.net:/tbrn48.mp3
24k mp3 (there's probably still someone who needs it somewhere):
http://tbrn.net:/tbrn24.mp3
If you find yourself in a position where none of these streams work, or if
you're too lazy to install or configure a media player, fear not! We've
got a web player at http://www.tbrn.net/play. This will also work if you
have access to port 80, such as in the workplace or university where
access is restricted.

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Re: The Talk2 List the snowman radio broadcast

2008-04-13 Thread Patrick Perdue
On 4/13/2008, 8:03:51 PM EDT, Doug just had to go and say:

 Were those only a half hour? I could have swarn they were much longer at the
 time.


Yep. It's all about presentation, and he is rather good about cramming
lots of stuff into a short amount of time, yet being thorough about it
without rushing things.


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Re: The Talk2 List Too much time on their hands perhaps?

2008-03-30 Thread Patrick Perdue
yep, I'd say that goes into the category of at least half-way amusing.
Some of us on this list could probably do better, and there were all
kinds of things not used. None of the win9x sound schemes -- musica,
utopia, robots, etc. would have made things a lot more interesting.
Though it was quantized, some of the envelope tails were a little off.
Could have done some fun things with resonating filters...
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Re: The Talk2 List google language translater

2008-03-28 Thread Patrick Perdue
John:

While I will not disagree with your assessment, I will say that getting
a life is much harder than it sounds.

When I went to my local life support center and asked to purchase a life, the
girl at the counter told me that the life support center was only prepared to 
support clients who already had a life. I suppose this is why it's called a 
life support center rather than a life market.
The nice life support receptionist did tell me, however, that in order
to obtain a life, I would have to go through a rigorous and painful process 
down at the Liberation Library, which happens to be in Hong Kong. There, you 
can lease, rent, or buy lives for much cheaper
than in the American market, and when you have no money to speak of,
this is important. The drawback, however, is that lives imported to the
Americas from Asian stock come with no guarantees, warrantees, or
support of any kind, which is why they are so cheap. Most of them were
imported from the China mainland, or, in some cases, Zimbabwe. Hey,
those people need something to do, too, ya know!

Unfortunately, everything requires some sort of monetary trade-off;
that's just how the economy works.
Thus, I have yet to make it to Hong Kong, and therefore, I currently have no 
life.
This is, as you've no doubt surmised by now, a redundant point, however valid 
it may be.

But, as you are offering, surreptitiously, to aid me in my quest to
obtain a life, feel free to enlighten me as to the support you will be 
providing in this endeavor.

By the way, I really like the redirect feature of this and many other
e-mail clients. It confuses people.

On 3/28/2008, 8:41:20 PM EDT, John muttered:

 Patrick, we need to seriously get you a life.  I know it's a pipe
 dream at  this point, but this act of boredom alone proves, perhaps more so 
 than
 anything else you've ever done before, that  you're desperately in
 need of  one.

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The Talk2 List Things and Stuff returns tonight!

2008-03-22 Thread Patrick Perdue
After over a month of not existing on this network, well... except for
that time where I ran the board for a show that wasn't mine, and played
host to yet another show for about half an hour, Things and Stuff
returns with an attitude, I.E. pretty much the same as it's always been.
What will it do? Well, I could make up this big elaborate thing on all
the fun things I will do, and just how organized stuff will be.
However, given that none of this has ever happened before, that would be
a waste of time.

So, tune in at 10:00 PM EDT, where you, as well as I, will find out
what happens on tonight's episode. It may be just as successful as
InflatableFood.net, or maybe even more so! You never know, right?

Of course, you all know how to tune in by now, so do it... it's fun?

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The Talk2 List Welcome to a basement that is not my own!

2008-03-11 Thread Patrick Perdue
Hi:

I am writing from the floor of Kelly Michael's basement, just because I
can. I found an open wireless connection that is very weak, extremely
distant, and really slow. But, I can get online here, and he can't. I am
more powerful than the front yard. Wa ha.
I just thought I'd let you know, just in case you find this information
necessary at some point in the future.
Broadcom wireless chips are good for you!

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Re: The Talk2 List I just thought you all would like to know

2008-03-01 Thread Patrick Perdue
OK, fine. If you're going to be like that:

I just thought you all would like to know:
that loads and lots of people will be in Nashville, Tennessee, in a bit
less than two day(s).
Now, let's restate that:
There are already loads of people in Nashville, it's just that a few
more will be dropping in for a while. So yeah.
And we, that is, Kelly, Derek and myself,  will be headed back to North 
Carolina as Amy leaves it, and shows up in Michigan. How cute?





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Re: The Talk2 List Kickin' Back with Mary Ann - the Birthday Edition

2008-02-17 Thread Patrick Perdue
On 2/17/2008, 2:54:08 PM EST, Amy ran through an abandoned tunnel, shouting:

 Now you know that hens thing only applies to when we're on people's shows.  
 hehheh

Such as, perhaps, when one hen is on the other hen's show? Or do the two hens 
phase out, leaving nothing behind?
Not to further this topic, or anything, but I find it a mild point of interest.

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Re: The Talk2 List Kickin' Back with Mary Ann - the Birthday Edition

2008-02-17 Thread Patrick Perdue
On 2/17/2008, 3:39:11 PM EST, Amy swiped her tail across the dirty playground, 
and said:

 Are these fictitious or actual certs, or does that mean something else?

Yeah, they're certs, out of date though they may be. MCP=Microsoft Certified 
Professional (in this case, just boring old Windows 2000 Professional).
CNA=Certified Novell Administrator (4.11).
I am a bad person, and have not updated these credentials since 2002.
But, I can probably get a job providing tech support for an ISP in a
third world country with what I've got now, so that's something I guess.

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The Talk2 List Fwd: DECtalk files

2008-02-16 Thread Patrick Perdue
Wow. This is about the most blind thing I've seen all year.
Very short, but very... Uh, self-explanatory?

Forwarded message:
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sent: Friday, 2/8/2008 at 5:29:26 PM
subject: DECtalk files
Cane you please put the DECtalk synthesizer  making a sound of an aircraft 
landing


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Re: The Talk2 List Amazingly bad?

2008-02-06 Thread Patrick Perdue
On 2/6/2008, 6:07:02 AM EST, Rachel chugs a beer, looks up, and says:

 man are you serious Dustin?
Why, yes, Diane, I am.
 what country, pray tell, are they from? Lol
Something Slavic? I honestly don't know.




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The Talk2 List iMod modification for Ipod

2008-02-06 Thread Patrick Perdue
As I am looking at perhaps an Ipod 5.5 gen player to replace my no
longer portable Iriver H120, I found the following artical pretty interesting:
http://www.redwineaudio.com/iMod.html

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Re: The Talk2 List Postponing the Louis Bin

2008-01-26 Thread Patrick Perdue
Well fine! I'll just sleep for 8.5 hours instead of the zero I was
originally going to sleep, then the added three, wake up just in time
for the end of blart, then break things on the Beyond Radio Network!
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Re: The Talk2 List Still postponed

2008-01-25 Thread Patrick Perdue
On 1/25/2008, 9:25:47 AM EDT, Brandon stamped on my forehead:

 Ehr, I'm not sure if I should be flattered by that or not, Patrick.


Well, Brandon, it is your prerogative, and I'm not the one who said it... 
almost... So the flattery is not on my part, if you decide to view
it as such. Believe me, I certainly don't see it that way, regardless of
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Re: The Talk2 List Still postponed

2008-01-25 Thread Patrick Perdue
On 1/25/2008, 9:33:55 AM EDT, Venison88a stands on top of a sky-scraper, and 
announces:

 Give me the number of your dealer so i can switch brands? 

Sure, Venison. Just call (212)968-5673. Ask for ra. He can usually be found 
on channel 0.


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Re: The Talk2 List Looks at the women here

2008-01-25 Thread Patrick Perdue
Hmm... Johnboy and Billy did a version of this in 1997 (maybe earlier?) but 
instead of a man and
a woman, it was a redneck with a 1979 Cadillac Eldorado, and a fake catholic 
priest, respectively.
Other than that, it was the same.

Right, I'm going to bed.
Time to listen to a 72-hour marathon of the best of Swiss Radio
International, followed by Radio Havana, the voice of Russia, and the
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Re: The Talk2 List FW: Restore Your Account (updated monthly)

2008-01-24 Thread Patrick Perdue
Excuse me, but I'd really like to know what Microsoft, and especially
what Greensboro has to do with
Amazon security? GreensboroAllInOne, for that matter?
Why would you want all of Greensboro in one person, place, thing, or idea, 
anyway?

This e-mail does look like it was written by someone from Greensboro, however, 
so... uh... take that for what it's worth, or something.
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The Talk2 List more proof that I'm useless

2008-01-23 Thread Patrick Perdue
Time for some more obligatory reading material:

 With that fact. Peter lord said, and why did you had never
felt obliged to wrestle too seriously the whole affair postponed.
he had no time to both houses of congress, in the cabinets
of two not even have the curiosity to inquire in that house
in order as preparation for war. What, now, with his. And
do you think me so spiritless as it would grow, like corn
in the field. As it was into anybodys life, footsteps not
easily made the lady in black, sir, would like to speak to.
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Re: The Talk2 List Teh Re-airing of the MarAmy show happens tonight at 9

2008-01-13 Thread Patrick Perdue
Congrats man, you've reverted back to 1997 whit status. I'm not feeling
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Re: The Talk2 List A little mind-boggler for you

2008-01-11 Thread Patrick Perdue
On 1/11/2008, 5:19:25 AM EDT, Lynn said:

 Can you guess what the word was, and why it read
 like that?  I'll give you one clue, to be fair, because I probably
 wouldn't have got it without knowing this: The words I was looking at at
 the time all started with the letter M.

Hi:

Is it perhaps MIX? This is the only thing I can think of that comes remotely 
close to what you described with such an end-result.
I have no auto-translation for such things, though.
m = 1000
i = 1
x = 10
10-1 (since I comes before X) = 9

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Re: The Talk2 List Fw: I'm so excited I've finished the bloody final!

2008-01-04 Thread Patrick Perdue
ah yes, that thing...
Anyone happen to know why something thinks I wrote that in 2099, though?
At the sprightly age of 115, no less?
Actually, I wrote it in 2002 and it sat on a shelf for a couple of years.





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Re: The Talk2 List Running out of ideas for christmas presents?

2007-12-04 Thread Patrick Perdue
Clone A Willy Original Kit, eh Vanja? You're not, by any chance, asking
for one of these yourself, are you?




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Re: The Talk2 List Fw: [Tbrn-announce] Mary Ann's Alive and Kickin'... Back, that is.

2007-12-02 Thread Patrick Perdue
On 12/2/2007, 1:26:21 PM EST, Mary Ann lived in a box. She popped his head out 
for a moment, and said:

 what I do know is that you can count on it   starting at 9 PM Eastern time.

Then why did it start somewhere around 9:17 PM? Oops, guess I can't count on 
even that. Oh well. Bedtime.


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Re: The Talk2 List DUH...

2007-11-25 Thread Patrick Perdue




On 11/25/2007, 2:26:30 PM EDT, Amy wrote the following in the dirt:

"In lots of areas down there, they're doing good if they can string a bunch of intelligible words together to make a sentence!"

So, if I might ask, what does that say about your immediate environs, given that the metro area in which you currently reside is comprised in part by Salisbury, which happens to be a part of South Carolina?

Seems you're a bit too close to your own mark, even if you're not technically from either of the Carolinas.

Please blow your nose and try again.
Cross the border and make a mountain of it.

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Re: The Talk2 List DUH...

2007-11-21 Thread Patrick Perdue
,,, 

(On September 17, 1994, Alabama's Heather Whitestone was selected as Miss America 1995.)
Question: If you could live forever, would you and why?
Answer: "I would not live forever, because we should not li ve forever, because if we were supposed to live forever, then we would live forever, but we
cannot live forever, which is why I would not live forever,"
--Miss Alabama in the 1994 Miss USA contest.


"Whenever I watch TV and see those poor starving kids all over the world, I can't help but cry. I mean I'd love to be skinny like that, but not with all
those flies and death and stuff."
--Mariah Carey


"Smoking kills. If you're killed, you've lost a very important part of your life,"
-- Brooke Shields, during an interview to be come spokesperson for federal anti-smoking campaign .


"I've never had major knee surgery on any other part of my body,"
--Winston Bennett, University of Kentucky basketball forward.
 

"Outside of the killings, Washington has one of the lowest crime rates in the country,"
--Mayor Marion Barry, Washington , DC . 

"That lowdown scoundrel deserves to be kicked to death by a jackass, and I'm just the one to do it,"
--A congressional candidate in Texas.


"Half this game is ninety percent mental."
--Philadelphia Phillies manager, Danny Ozark  ;



"It isn't pollution that's harming the environment. It's the impurities in our air and water that are doing it."
--Al Gore, Vice President


"I love California . I p ractically grew up in Phoenix ."
--Dan Quayle


"We've got to pause and ask ourselves: How much clean air do we need?"
--Lee Iacocca


"The word "genius" isn't applicable in football. A genius is a guy like Norman Einst ein."

--Joe Theisman, NFL football quarterback  sports analyst.


"We don't necessarily discriminate. We simply exclude certain types of people."
-- Colonel Gerald Wellman, ROTC Instructor.


"Your food stamps will be stopped effective March 1992 because we received notice that you passed away. May God bless you. You may reapply if there is a
change in your circumstances."
--Department of Social Services, Greenville , South Carolina


"Traditionally, most of Australia 's imports come from overseas."
--Keppel Enderbery


"If somebody has a bad heart, they can plug this jack in at night as they go to bed and it will monitor their heart throughout the night. And the next morning,
when they wake up dead, there'll be a record."
--Mark S. Fowler, FCC Chairman


Feeling smarter yet?


"CriFi. The apparent wireless network that connects children across a crowded space, and allows them to start and stop crying with such amazing synchronicity."


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The Talk2 List fun reality

2007-11-10 Thread Patrick Perdue
I am currently sitting in a basement, I.E. Fake jon. There is a fly around here 
that seems to think I am the greatest thing since magotty bread. They are 
playing Christmas music on the radio, which is incredibly annoying. My main 
desktop at home is temporarily out of action, so all music on my show, if I 
bother doing it tonight, will be brought to you by a rather metallic drive 
caddy. This phone, upon which this message is being composed, is dying. I just 
spelled composed with an n and had to fix it. Yeah, I'm boring. What ya gonna 
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Re: The Talk2 List Amy KeyChain

2007-10-26 Thread Patrick Perdue
On 10/26/2007, 6:52:46 AM EDT, Amy said, in a rather disjointed fassion:

 perhaps as punishment for your--hen-hater personality of late, we should set
 up a Mani-marathon on TBRN.  I'm talking an extremely long Barry Manilow
 music playing fest!  All Barry, all, the, time!

Yes, and I can do a megga-mix of the other five albums, and you can play
that six-minute 18 second file all the time. No need for individual Manilo 
tracks,
as we would only be highlighting the very best of Barry Badilo.
Oh deer, seems I'm developing a cold, except not.


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Re: The Talk2 List Amy KeyChain

2007-10-25 Thread Patrick Perdue
On 10/25/2007, 1:18:17 PM EDT, Mary Ann wrote in the dirt:

 I appreciate your speaking for me the words that I did not get to speak for 
 myself.

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Re: The Talk2 List Amy KeyChain

2007-10-25 Thread Patrick Perdue
On 10/25/2007, 7:18:01 PM EDT, Doug stood on his head, and choked out:

 I'm so glad my little off air joke is going to stick around forever and ever
 and ever.

Ah, but Doug, you should be. After all, when you're write about things
(and we all know that you usually are), then things just work out the way 
they're supposed to.
 Right?
 Well?

 Oh, crap!
 

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Re: The Talk2 List Fw: [B H F] 30 or older

2007-10-22 Thread Patrick Perdue
On 10/22/2007, 12:34:22 PM EDT, Amy stood on her head, and choked out:

 it's sort of--well--shall we say--scary that my brother when he was little
 would tell people that he learned to burp like a man from his sister and her
 friend!  hahahahhaah

Well, not quite as scary, but my little brother learned to belch before
he could talk. So, here was this two-year-old little person going burp
all day long.
Upon learning how to talk, it was only natural for him to combine the
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Re: The Talk2 List Fw: [B H F] 30 or older

2007-10-21 Thread Patrick Perdue
On 10/21/2007, 12:07:44 AM EDT, rainee chugs a beer, looks up, and says:

 Cassettes were all I had for years until 1995.  I had one little lone CD for
 the longest time.


Yeah, same here. I bought my first CD player that I could call my own
for $30 at a hamfest in early 1996. It was a single Sony component thing, and I 
liked
it loads... until I broke it a few weeks after I bought it, that is. It
made big obvious clicky noises when you did manual track changes, and
the A/B repete function went clicky like a relay on the start and
end-points. It had a remote by which you could program things, and a gap
button that would insert a 1-second gap between tracks, which I thought
was really pointless at the time, especially with gapless cd's, like
Abby Road, which was left in that cd player by it's previous owner. I didn't
know what it was officially called, so I just called it the broke button.

I then bought a crappy Admiral (AKA Emerson) 5-disc changer, which I
still have, and which I'm pretty sure doesn't work anymore, for $89.
Back then, that was a deal, except for the fact that it sucked. Oh well.

By this time, I already had some of my own cd's, but I kept steeling
Ryan's portable to play them, since I didn't have one up until that
point. Until I broke it just after Christmas 1995, Ryan had this big ol' Sound 
Design
portable thing from 1989 that took 8 AA batteries and had a neck strap,
and had a two-hour battery life.
You had to flip a stopper switch to keep the door from flying open as
you moved, since the magnetic spindel on top was the only thing keeping
it together. Absolutely no shock protection at all.
It had a digital clock and a dedicated line out as well as headphone out
though, so it was worth it for that I guess.
Although, people that could read things told me that when I keyed up my
2-meter HT, the clock would go at about 10 times the normal rate.
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The Talk2 List the Sunday Night Substitute Serenade

2007-10-21 Thread Patrick Perdue
At 6:00 PM EDT tonight, since Randy Gilkey isn't around this week, we
bring you the Sunday Night Substitute Serenade, featuring the Highrize
live set from October 6, 2007, done right here in beautiful? Greensboro
North Carolina. Featuring classic rock and country favorites, and some
really odd mixing/matching techniques, among lots of other things that I
can't be bothered to explain, it's worth a listen.
It won't quite last three hours, but it's longer than two. So, we're
starting an hour early to compensate.
http://tbrn.net:/tbrn.ogg at 6:00 PM EDT! You know you want to!




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