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Dusty Chalk

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About Dusty Chalk

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    disorganized anthropomorphism of chaos
  • Birthday 10/20/1963

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  • Biography
    I am a cat person
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    MD/DC/VA area
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    Music, movies
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    Software Engineer/Programmer
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    Music, movies
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    Audio-Technica L3000,A950Ltd/Grado HP2,PS1/Sony MDR-F1/AKG K501,K271MkII/Beyer DT770 (several versions)/Fostex T50RP,T40RP/bunch o' others
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    Singlepower Supra++/SDS--...sort of; EarMax Pro
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    SACDMods-modded Denon 3910; M-Audio Sonica
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  1. What? No, don’t apologize, this is great. Gonna put on some Black Heart Procession and maybe some Devics.
  2. Which Cooking Are You?

    It’s. So. Beautiful.
  3. What are you listening to Part the Third

    Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds playlist, starting with Skeleton Tree and working my way backwards. Skeleton Tree is intoxicatingly depressing so matching my mood nicely. The weather outside is beautiful, though, hard to stay depressed when it's so temperate.
  4. RIP some fuck or another

    Oh, COME ON, not MINI-ME?!?!?
  5. What are you reading now?

    We were also intrigued by the role serendipity has been accorded in numerous chemical discoveries. Luck has often been cited as crucial to many important findings, but it seems to us that the ability of the discoverers to realize that something unusual has happened—and to question why it occurred and how it could be useful—is of greater importance. In many instances in the course of chemical experimentation an odd but potentially important result was ignored and an opportunity lost. The ability to recognize the possibilities in an unexpected result deserves to be lauded rather than dismissed as a fortuitous fluke. Some of the inventors and discoverers of the compounds we discuss were chemists, but others had no scientific training at all. Many of them could be described as characters—unusual, driven, or compulsive. Their stories are fascinating. Oh, yeah, definitely reading this.
  6. Jokes

    Heisenberg, Schrodinger, and Ohm are in a car. They get pulled over. Heisenberg is driving and the cop asks him "Do you know how fast you were going?" "No, but I know exactly where I am" Heisenberg replies. The cop says "You were doing 55 in a 35." Heisenberg throws up his hands and shouts "Great! Now I'm lost!" The cop thinks this is suspicious and orders him to pop open the trunk. He checks it out and says "Do you know you have a dead cat back here?" "We do now, asshole!" shouts Schrodinger. The cop moves to arrest them. Ohm resists.
  7. The Headcase Stax thread

    Well, alright, I meant wine...higher alcohol content liquors are always going to win bigger dick contests as far as alcohol content is going to go...
  8. What are you reading now?

    Seriously thinking about reading Napoleons Buttons —anyone recommend/disrecommend?
  9. What are you EATING right now?

    All of those words work together. Every one.
  10. The Knuckledragger 3rd Memorial Slow Forum Post

    How stupid you have to be to put wet paper anything on top of toilet paper. That is not a question.
  11. The Headcase Stax thread

    It’s so fuchsia’ed up, every time I go to the Australian section of any of my local retailers, they’re always out of Mollydooker. And I’ve pretty much limited myself to Gigglepot, Blue Eyed Boy, and above, but I cannot even find the Boxer or Maitre D’. Yes, I’m spoilt, I know. They are good stuff, aren’t they? Short of maybe Casillero del Diablo, best value for dollar? Translation: You're right, of course.
  12. What are you listening to Part the Third

    Okay, that's not confusing at all: "Southern Gothic prog-rock/proto-metal" band, Whiteside's Daughter, are providing the first act of a rock opera for free, and it's about James, the gay son of an Alabama Pentecostal preacher, who in high school rebels and falls in with John, his ex-Baptist atheist classmate and guitarist for a high school death metal band called Village Witch. http://whitesidesdaughter.com/releases
  13. The Headcase Stax thread

    Oops, sorry, my bad. I was reading it, but thought that Al was delivering the whoopass...kinda like watching a car accident. Except verbally and legal. I hope it didn't stress you out too much, and I'll try to be on top of it next time. @justreadingup -- decaf.
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