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Zoltan_Kodaly

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  1. ^^ Does poutine actually need explanation? Beyond the fact that it's one of the most delicious things in the world? Especially when visiting Quebec... Duck Confit Poutine.... mmmmmm....
  2. My favorite little detail are the camouflage shorts for the "guerrilla" wedding, too cute! Best wishes! ^And yeah, I'm starting to think I need to go on one of these TPR trips!! "The Love Bus".
  3. Didn't see this until now, I will definitely be there! (with a guest). I have been reading this site for FAR too long to have not met anyone from it.
  4. I was at SFMW, now SFDK, and we were on Boomerang, slowly being dragged backwards up the first lift, when a woman on the midway screamed to her friend on the train with us, "You're gonna love it! It doesn't bang you up like Medusa!"
  5. I work on the grounds, and have to walk through the midway and by the Crazy Mouse every morning to get to work, and in all honesty, the Ex is just not worth the money in the slightest. There's not very many rides, but seriously a mile of $4 midway games. The food tastes alright, but is the quality of something that I would pay HALF the price for in any normal place outside the grounds. Toronto is a city PACKED with such awesome food everywhere, don't waste money on junk food at the Ex!
  6. You know what's even more ridiculous than goth and emo kids? People that hate them. Seriously, everyone is a human being with good and bad qualities, whatever they may be, and to assume that someone is "less" than you because they subscribe to the gothic style and culture is just silly. I'm no goth in the slightest, but I've been to Bat Day, and every single goth in the park was infinitely more friendly, respectful and talkative than the normal guest patrons, who looked at the gentle goths with rabid fear and hatred in their eyes. Weird world, this is.
  7. Thank-you so much for this TR!! The only thing there that really interested me was the Wilderness Adventure, and no friends of mine would pay admission to go on a flume ride, though now that I know there's free mini golf I can maybe convince someone! What's funny is I work on the Exhibition Grounds- at the South end- and the view out my office window is Soak City and the small kiddie ride area, and yet I have no idea what the rest of the park looks like, so thank-you!
  8. ^Ah, there you have it - I also hate nightlife, and the people who told me of the wonders of Montreal spoke only of the wonders of the nightlife. At least French Canada invented poutine, and complaining.
  9. Hmm this is very odd, I've only ever known Canadians that loved loved loooved to visit Montreal. Maybe you're visiting the wrong places? I guess it's also in what you're doing while visiting, and what your interests are. I've never been there, but it can't possibly be dirtier, dingier, more pretentious, or more SMELLY than TO, where every street corner smells of rotting sewage. Yum! "Nunavut gets shaft" My personal quip to quote Made me laugh so hard. And also, sorry but I just have to ask - do you work at She Said Boom? Or is the name shesaidboom related to something different and I've just asked the wierdest question ever?
  10. Ummm, Yuck. The corn bread looks good though, it just needs some maple syrup.
  11. Yeah I rode one during a travelling fair, (the suspended one) I think it was called the "G-Force", it was one of the best flats I've ever been on.
  12. ^^ Yeah, umm hi, you can still be gay and not be a slut, and you can still be gay and be a Christian, it's not at all an oxymoron: it's your personal lifestyle choices that you make. I am gay, but I can assure that I'll be going to heaven long before most straight people out there; I live a moral life, I am a virgin, and these are the choices I have made for myself. Eventually, yes, I plan on finding "the one" and getting married to Mr. Right, and having a monogamous relationship. I'm not attacking you, because everyone is free to make their own choices, it's just really sad that you felt ashamed of yourself so much you felt the need to try and change you are from the very core. I hope you are truly happy in your new chosen lifestyle, and not just putting on a mask to convince your family or yourself that you're something you might not be. Just know that there are other choices; you don't have to force a sexual orientation readjustment on yourself to stop having sex with men. As long as you are being BRUTALLY honest with yourself; because many wars have been fought, many people murdered, millions of people repressed and unfairly treated, and now, in this new trend you've participated in, many gay men have lived a miserable life lying to themselves and spending their days in sham marriages from incomplete "transformations", and all this in the wonderful name of "God's good will". Trust me, I've gone through the same tough trials, and I realized that I didn't have to sellf my beliefs short in order to live a fulfilling gay life; it is the everyday choices you make that matter. So, if you're truly "healed", good for you. I just know for me, that I would much rather put a bullet through my head than lie about my very existence on a daily basis to everyone around me, and to myself. The End.
  13. ^^ Well, sex sure SHOULDN'T be the defining feature of a relationship, but everyone is different - some people are more sexual beings than others, they just need to express themselves sexually, and more frequently, than some, and that's fine. Personally, I couldn't care less about sex, unless I am solely with the one person I truly care about. I gain no benefit from having sex with someone that I am not emotionally attached and devoted to. For people who have just a stronger sexual side than me, though, I can understand why they would need an open relationship, so that their sex life with their true partner never becomes "stale". We'll see, maybe after I'm with someone for 35 years I'll need romp around a bit, but for now I have no intention of ever doing it. Though, it's better for you both to be in the open about it, rather than having "affairs". Different folks, different strokes.
  14. Wow, this coaster looks much bigger than I realized, looks fantastic!
  15. Nice stuff! I only had the time/money to get one ride on the Screamer, and I unwisely chose the backseat. CRAZY airtime, but at the bottom of every drop it feels like the seat is being ripped out from under you! It was the oddest thing, "WEEEE! OOOWWWW! WWWEEEEEEEEEE!!!! OOOOOUUUUCCCHHHHH"
  16. I'm going to actually try and put these in order. 1. Animal Collective - Feels 2. Patrick Wolf - Wind in the Wires 3. Andrew Bird - The Mysterious Production of Eggs 4. Sufjan Stevens - Illinois 5. Fine China - The Jaws of Life 6. Mindless Self Indulgence - You'll Rebel To Anything 7. Gorillaz - Demon Days 8. Piano Magic - Disaffected 9. Sam Prekop - Who's Your New Professor? 10. My Morning Jacket - Z 11. Jaga Jazzist - What We Must 12. Clap Your Hands Say Yeah! - S/T 13. Vashti Bunyan - Lookaftering 14. Jens Lekman - Oh You're So Silent Jens 15. Sigur Ros - Takk 16. Mull Historical Society - This Is Hope 17. The Robot Ate Me - Carousel Waltz 18. Xiu Xiu - La Foret 19. Of Montreal - The Sunlandic Twins 20. Mount Eerie - No Flashlight 21. Mice Parade - Bem-Vinda Vontade 22. Final Fantasy - Has A Good Home 23. The Boy Least Likely To - The Best Party Ever 24. M.I.A. - Arular 25. Antony & the Johnsons - I Am A Bird Now 26. Single Frame - Body/End/Basement 27. Coco Rosie - Noah's Ark 28. Gang Gang Dance - God's Money 29. Thee More Shallows - More Deep Cuts 30. LCD Soundsystem - S/T I have to stop now. Man oh man, sooo much great music, and I didn't even get to the Decemberists, Deerhoof, Black Dice, Wolf Parade, Mu, Joggers, or Thunderbirds Are Now, but those were definitely the 30 I appreciated most.
  17. This one time, me and my two sisters and my stepsister and her boyfriend, were all in the bed of a pickup truck, in our swimming suits, on our way home from a day of hiking up to some waterfalls. Our clothes were up in the front, with the drivers, and SUDDENLY it began to rain, VERY hard and painfully, like pebbles being thrown at your head. So, we unfolded a giant tarp that was lying back there, and all huddled under it. So here we are, on an extremely bumpy gravel road, speeding along uncomfortably in the back of a truck getting bruises from the bumps in the road because we're in our swimsuits and being pelted from above while we're cuddling underneath a tarp, when my sister lets out the hugest whopper of all farts that have ever been farted onto my leg. Unfortunately, the rain was so painful none of us had anywhere to escape, so we just had to sit underneath the tarp and soak it all in, and my life flashed before my eyes. Yeah, farts rule.
  18. My all-time favorite Simpsons quote, from the hockey episode, when Homer starts chasing around that fat German-exchange student when he's in his underwear, "Don't chase me! I'm full of chocolate!"
  19. Zoltan Kodaly was a man who invented a form of vocal training for toddlers, it's supposed to also help develop the brain and memory and all that jazz at a young age. I took Kodaly lessons when I was 4 years old, which started my eternal lifelong obsession with music of all forms, and at around 10 I began my secondary obsession, roller coasters!
  20. A demolished corkscrew is a good corkscrew! Hopefully it wouldn't get sent to BGW, it wouldn't make much sense to get rid of Drachen Fire to make way for a corkscrew!
  21. Wow! That sounds pretty X-CORE! Sweeeeeet. You can open for the Dirty Pillows, and then we can collaborate together on a project; you can be the screamcore to my glam-folk! ^Oh, Tommy died and nobody noticed? So what's new?
  22. Okay, so here's something random. On Christmas, me and my roommate got really bored, and um.... we're dorks. Anyways, we formed a band. Introducing, The Dirty Pillows! Performing LIVE at C-Spot on New Year's Eve, ringing in 2006! Performing their new hit single, "You've Got The Woman's Touch", along with live favourites, "My Friend Sanchez", "Do The Teabag", and "What Don't We? (Give Peace A Chance)" in support of their sexy new album, "Pillowtalk". It's sure to be the most exclusive and glamorous experimental freak-folk and performance art show you'll see in Toronto all December! Don't miss it! Left to Right: Lady Armatron on pennywhistle, Teddy Licksbin on lead vocals and guitar, "Hangin' Loose" Leonardo going chop-suey on a spool of thread, Gordie The Christmas Glam-Rock Gourd on synths, and B!tcht!ts on thumb piano.
  23. Okay, so this is what me and roommate normally look like. Like I said, most pictures of me are deceiving. But this here is the real thing.
  24. ^^^^ LOL let me assure you, my pictures are so misleading it isn't even funny! I'm rather dorky in real.
  25. ^Haha, that is quite the saucy series of pics! I took Kodaly lessons as a tot, that's what got me started with my lifelong music obsession
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