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MexicanDragon

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About MexicanDragon

  • Birthday 05/23/1981

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  • Biography
    I am a fire breathing mythical creature who was made in Mexico
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    Bellevue, WA (was: Chattanooga, TN)
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    BMWs, cars, racing (autocross for now), motorsports, guns, music (play saxophone), blah blah blah
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    Interests (Your hobbies, etc)... look in that spot
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    Current: HF-1, HD580, PX100, PP2, im716 Past: HF-1, SR-80, PP Jr., MX500, MX300, er4p, Darth Beyers (Screened with Covers), HD650s
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    Shellbrook Audio Maxi Moy Signature
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    Denon 2900, Toshiba SD-3950/3960
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    Ears, CDs, 8-tracks

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  1. Gorillaz 20th Anniversary Tour Also spotted: a @909 in the wild! Love this album so stoked it was represented Damon seems to truly care and is passionate in his performance Thought an Mmmm-Hale-Bopp mashup was coming, but no such luck Uber drivers wouldnt let him drive, so we tried the monorail. They wouldn’t let him drive either. Idk why. We were posted up in front of the sound booth. I think the sound guy noticed David has JH Audio custom earplugs so he got the set list!!! It’s now residing with me; love it! This is the instrument I should have played growing up instead of saxophone. Alas. Perhaps in my next life/simulation. Dig the venue And the photographer was literally right behind us. Hoping to find some of those images soon. Had a good time; this was a bucket list band for me to see live
  2. Heh, so if he's in the mood for some decent-ish cooking, my daughter and her boyfriend just moved to Ft. Collins last week. The BF is going to CSU (both left ERAU, which seems to be in fashion these days) and Zoe's going to a CC out there as she tries to figure things out (major change, life,etc.) Class of 25 for them, in theory, but who knows...
  3. RIP to an old friend of mine. We'd known each other since somewhere between 4 and 6 years old. Not really close anymore, but he was a fire dective (or something) when Kristen's mom burned down their house. We had Kristen's step-dad's ashes (Emma, the kids' aunt's father) inside and I was able to catch up with him and get him to go in and retrieve them. They were in a bag inside a cardboard box. He was able to save those before the fire reignited and would have taken the ashes (and some other things we got out with Matt's help.) His mom was my 2nd grade teacher back when my dad was principal. I heard a lot of chatter about the two who passed away, but woke up this morning to a message from my mom who let me know it was Matt. He's at least the 2nd or 3rd from that friend group who's died in the past few years (the other being my best friend growing up.) He left behind a wife and I believe two young kids. As someone who lost his dad when he was 10 (and my dad was just a couple years older than Matt and I were/are now), this one was sad. https://newschannel9.com/news/local/communities-mourn-loss-of-thp-trooper-marion-county-commissioner-in-helicopter-crash RIP Matt Blansett.
  4. Up over the halfway mark; time for the descent! In.
  5. RIP Paul Sorvino, dead at 83 https://www.nytimes.com/2022/07/25/obituaries/paul-sorvino-dead.html
  6. When I got it I was listening through a Sony or Aiwa shelf system, Porta Pro Jr. headphones, or the speakers in my 1993 Chevy Blazer. I did get an LFF remaster of it back in the day which was a bit flat, and the original was… what it was. The emotions I have with it make up for the drawbacks. Plus, Porcelin is such a good song.
  7. I've actually been thinking about this all day. Not necessarily my top 5 albums/performances, but a couple of them are, I think. These, however, are albums that I could play on loop and not get tired of them. Ideally, Unplugged In New York would be a BluRay of the concert with lots of extra footage, but all of these albums have songs, if not an entire album, which can instantly take me back to an interesting time in my life where I have a lot of mostly-positive associations. In no particular order other than size of the image I randomly grabbed: Nirvana - Unplugged In New York Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds - Live At Luther College Gorillaz - Gorillaz Red Hot Chili Peppers - Californication Third Eye Blind - Third Eye Blind
  8. As long as they get at least 512GB of RAM?
  9. So I'm considering joining a community band again since I have a stable schedule so I was thinking JH Customs with various filters, but this may be a more expensive and more complicated option. I'm intrigued. Edit: Heh. I contacted Ety to ask a question or two. I now have a discount set up. Anyone up for a group buy on some Music/Pro and/or GunSport/Elite?
  10. https://jhaudio.com/accessories/JHA-FLTR-PLUG I think @VPI has those, and also https://www.earasers.net/collections/musicians-hifi-earplugs if memory serves. He can probably tell you none of them are worth it, and just go either foamies or some esoteric active customs.
  11. So, now that you're a proper amurikkkan, which accent are you going to land on? Texas drawl? Southern Belle? Alabaman (think Forrest Gump minus 10-15 IQ points.) Baaaahstun? The Californian?
  12. Congrats on the less-complicated tax situation! Just took what, 37 years?
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