sonicanimal6

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  1. No Thank you...No thank you

    quote: Originally posted by Crispy Crispy Benjamin Franklin: When I first bought Soviet Kitsch, I had never heard Regina before, and I just bought it on a whim. And all of it took me way off guard and I loved it. This song is one of my favorite just because it has sooo much emotion in it. And its sort of sad and carefree at the same time. Also I love the Benjamin Franklin lyric, and the part where she says "style" over and over with different inflections. Well, that just gives my thoughts on the matter, right there.
  2. I like this forum because...

    You know, it's got to say something about this place that these posts pop up, every now and then; this is such a loving community.
  3. Regina Spektor put to Ballet

    That's one of the best ideas I've heard in a while, to be honest. Regina's music is very danceable in a ballet environment. Kudos for the thought! I hope to see it come to fruition, somehow.
  4. Veryy Happy

    You remind me of my first post here. I was really only saying that it's a great thing to see an online community that isn't full of people insulting each other! But yes, it is indeed beautiful.
  5. Fiona Apple Skeptic...

    MMMMM!!! That's one of my favorite episodes of Iconoclasts! Note the psychedelic, frantic passion when she's actually performing to an audience. She does have a true passion for music, although not every shows it the same way. Both Fiona and Regina are true artists, in this respect.
  6. Panic attack.

    I should say that, after relaxing, meditating, and in general thinking about it, we've pinpointed the thing that drove me over the edge, and we have eliminated it. Now, I'm going to go see Joan Jett. I'm a happy boy.
  7. Once

    I'm there! Sounds like my type of movie.
  8. Panic attack.

    quote: Originally posted by mooebon: I think it's a good sign, though, that you posted this under "good things that happen." Focusing on the good aspect (reginaaah) of an unfortunate incident shows a very healthy optimism!! You know, I really appreciate that. I really do. Thank you.
  9. It's Dying///

    Wow... it's only been a year? I've got some time to wait, then. Of course, I am still one of the few that belives Chinese Democracy will come out.. so sue me
  10. Panic attack.

    I know. I've been talking, and it's been therapeutic, most definitely. You don't come across as preachy, at all. I only say first because it was my first. Whether I will experience another, only time will tell. The major focus is taking it easy for a while. Thank you for your concern. I really appreciate it.
  11. Panic attack.

    Last night, at work, I had my first panic attack. It came so unexpectedly, but it came. I was shaking, I felt like I was going to collapse, I was having trouble breathing, I was crying more than I ever had in my life, the whole deal. Maybe it was fate, but my Aunt, my best female friend, and one of my best male friends were all there at the time. Longer story short, I was able to get out early, I'm off today and tomorrow, and I'm doing much better. And who was I listening to first thing when I got up? Who has a voice so full of life to make me think it's the only thing I could listen to? That's right, my dears, Regina. All in all, an interesting night. Regina, I don't know if you'll ever read this, but I know you've posted here before, so it isn't a COMPLETE shot in the dark to say this: Thank you. Your music means the world to me.
  12. Panic attack.

    Last night, at work, I had my first panic attack. It came so unexpectedly, but it came. I was shaking, I felt like I was going to collapse, I was having trouble breathing, I was crying more than I ever had in my life, the whole deal. Maybe it was fate, but my Aunt, my best female friend, and one of my best male friends were all there at the time. Longer story short, I was able to get out early, I'm off today and tomorrow, and I'm doing much better. And who was I listening to first thing when I got up? Who has a voice so full of life to make me think it's the only thing I could listen to? That's right, my dears, Regina. All in all, an interesting night. Regina, I don't know if you'll ever read this, but I know you've posted here before, so it isn't a COMPLETE shot in the dark to say this: Thank you. Your music means the world to me.
  13. how did you get into regina?

    My previous band's bassist showed me Fidelity. I fell in love. End of story
  14. Important Question : Are you saved?

    quote: Originally posted by Ronni: reminds me of my little run in with one of these people today.. random story time. i went to walmart with my best friend today, and we were wandering through the isles in the makeup section, and then strolled around the corner to the waxes and those types of things, while this short little asian woman made eye contact and followed us around the corner. I didnt really think that much of it until she came around next to me, all the while locking eyes with both of us. She reaches up and just grabs something random off the shelf fumbling with whatever it was, (trying to look like she was really shopping and not about to badger us about religion..) and then out of nowhere, with an accent i could barely understand she grabs my arm and says "i just want you to know jesus christ, son of God, loves you very much" i heard her the first time and was trying to think of something to say without being rude, but my friend didnt hear her and asked a second time, and the lady got right in our faces and grunted something and said louder " I JUST WANT YOU TO KNOW JESUS CHRIST LOVES YOU." So we both dont really know how to react. it was kind of one of those " need a moment? grab a twix" kind of akward things, but we didnt have time because before i knew it she had both of us by the arm and was talking really fast saying things like " i want you to be saved now, say this prayer with me. the lord loves you, say the prayer along with me now.." i told her we were already saved and then she disapeared out of nowhere. I'm used to local churches driving to your house unexpected and trying to force themselves in for a long chat about religion and things like that, but this lady was determined that she was going to save us right there right then in the middle of walmart.. it was almost so weird im debating whether or not she was mentally ill. Anyways. I found that extremely strange.. almost radical. on the way out we saw her stop about 4 other people, darting around the isles all creepy like she had with us, each time acting like she was really shopping and casually picking items off the shelf, which was a phony act, because she didnt have a basket or anything with her when she walked out. It was just....weird.. I am so curious to know what drives them to believe that posting on a message board like this, or stoping someone and having a 20 second conversation in the beauty isle at walmart is going to push someone into a religion. most of us are raised into our morals and beliefs that we carry with us our whole lives. i cant bring myself to understand what they think they are accomplishing. and despite the fact that by posting this i contradict myself a little, i completely agree with you andreseng. we are just giving them the reactions they are fishing for and shouldnt acknowledge these posts at all. I'm sure they will be back for another go around in about a week or so. i'll keep my mouth shut then. One more reason not to shop at Wal-Mart.
  15. This is a video I made...

    That was really cool! As a personal note, thank you for the "Please do NOT smoke!" sign. Made the moment for me.