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Download: ( unverified - I don't know if it works or not, but it came up second on google.. o.O )

No one sits with him, he doesn’t fit in
But we feel like we do when we make fun of him
'Cause you want to belong do you go along
'Cause his pain is the price paid for you to belong
It’s not like you hate him or want him to die
But maybe he goes home and thinks suicide
Or he comes back to school with a gun at his side
And kindness from you might have saved his life

Heroes are made when you make a choice
You could be a hero
Heroes do what’s right
You could be a hero
You might save a life
You could be a hero
You could join the fight
For what’s right for what’s right for what’s right

No one talks to her, she feels so alone
She’s in too much pain to survive on her own
The hurt she can’t handle overflows to a knife
She writes on her arm, wants to give up her life
Each day she goes on is a day that she’s brave,
Fighting the lie that giving up is the way,
Each moment of courage her own life she saves
When she throws the pills out a hero is made

Heroes are made when you make a choice
You could be a hero
Heroes do what’s right
You could be a hero
You might save a life
You could be a hero
You could join the fight
For what’s right for what’s right for what’s right

No one talks to him about how he lives
He thinks that the choices he makes are just his
Doesn’t know he’s a leader with the way he behaves
And others will follow the choices he’s made
He lives on the edge; he’s old enough to decide
His brother who wants to be him is just nine
He can do what he wants because it’s his right
The choices he makes change a nine year-old’s life

Heroes are made when you make a choice
You could be a hero
Heroes do what’s right
You could be a hero
You might save a life
You could be a hero
You could join the fight
For what’s right for what’s right for what’s right

Little Mikey D was in the one class
Who everyday got brutally harassed
This went on for years
'till he decided that never again
Would he shed another tear
So he walked through the door
Grabbed the 4.4 out of his father's dresser drawer
And said I can't take life no more
And like that life can be lost
But this ain't even about that
All of us just sat back
And watch it happen
Thinkin' it's not my responsibility
To solve a problem that isn’t even about me
This is our problem
This is just one of the daily scenarios
Which we choose to close our eyes
Instead of doing the right thing
If we make a choice
And be the voice
For those who won't speak up for themselves
How many lives would be saved, changed, and rearranged
Now it's our time to pick a side
So don't keep walking by
Not wanna intervene
'Cause you just wanna exist and never be seen
So let's wake up
Change the world
Our time is now

You could be a hero
Heroes do what’s right (Our time is now)
You could be a hero
You might save a life (Our time is now)
If you could be a hero, you could join the fight (Our time is now)
For what's right, for what's right

Mrf. No, this isn't new, I have posted it before, but... posting again. :: shrugs::
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Invites will no longer be given out.

There will be no exceptions, unless you're a friend I see everyday.

Why? A new rule has been put into place today, 8/18/2006.
Since we catch so many people trying to cheat their ratio every day (every single one gets banned, without exception), we will now be taking firmer action against the inviter. If you invite someone who tries to cheat their share ratio, you will lose any invites you have left and the ability to receive more.

Don't ask. You won't get an invite from me. I'm sorry.

Oh, and don't bother commenting. I've disabled e-mails for this comment, and I never check my previously posted entries for new comments. And don't comment on another entry. I will ignore you.
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Dunno, classical + techno sounds like it might be interesting...
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Some other mirrors of the PearLyrics dmg found at [livejournal.com profile] jwz's post here.

To quote off the developer's page:
pearLyrics is (or should I say was) a Mac OS X tool for displaying song lyrics of the track currently played in iTunes. Song lyrics are fetched either directly from the music file via iTunes, from text files in a local directory, or are searched and fetched from publicly available websites. For faster access next time it provides an option to cache found lyrics from the Internet locally (depending on the users choice either as a text file in an Application Support folder or directly in iTunes).

What happened?
Warner/Chappell Music Limited issued a C&D letter (Cease and desist), and since the developer didn't have the time or money for a lawsuit (or didn't want to face the complexities), he pulled it from his site.

The fact that said company did this, and also, apparently has not responded to the developer's mails annoys me immensely. When you don't respond, that crosses the line from honestly wanting it to be stopped, to the same thing as spam bots. Harvest contact information based on a certain criteria, then use that to fire off annoying crap.

Therefore, I'll be putting this up, in several places:
Azureus magnet link:

MegaUpload.com (at least 30 days...)

myTempDir.com (valid forever? 21 days)

YouSendIt links (valid until the 16th?)


Yahoo Mirror :D


Oh, and Claudia Witting? Walter Ritter of pearworks wants the following passed onto you: Hey, if you ever happen to meet her, could you just tell her that something in my heart needs her more than even clowns need the laughter of the crowd? [ source | PearLyric's ReadMe.rtf file ]
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=^___^= Yay, Les Mis french concept album!

It's still pretty, although I don't understand any of it. Anyone else want a copy to sample?

[ amazon link ]
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Barenaked Ladies are offering their songs on a USB 2.0 flash drive.


via [livejournal.com profile] fbartho.

It's not bad at all, actually, considering how the same number of songs would go for about the same price on iTunes, as one person noted in a customer review...
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Always so much better, and so much more interesting than songs of love or love lost. I think that's the reason why I like them so much. And other songs that don't involve the overdone themes of love-stuff. Like Nightwish how is good. And Evanescence.

This is not to say that that all songs of love-stuff be bad~ it's just... there's other more more interesting things, ya know?

That aside, I have a random craving for Sondheim, at the moment, notably Assassins and Into The Woods. Bounce wasn't that interesting... Candide was ok, but it feels... older. I have Company, Follies, Pacific Overtures, Sunset Blvd., West Side Story, and a number of other things, but I haven't listened to those yet. Oh, Sweeny Todd was good, but I actually didn't get a feel of Sondheim from it.. not really. Not like how Bounce was quite similar (in musical themes) to Into The Woods. Or it might have been, I've just forgotten.

[ referencing this list = http://www.sondheim.com/shows/ ]
[ append ] Oh, yeah, that would make sense.. Sondheim was involved with all of those listed, but he didn't necessarily write the music. ie. he wrote the lyrics for West Side Story and the music was by someone else. No wonder it doesn't sound quite like Sondheim.....

[ append #2 ] Hey, Bounce isn't on that list. Ok, now I'm just confuzzled. What the hey?


Sep. 21st, 2005 02:50 am
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My body's been... not running so well lately. Well, I haven't exactly treated it that great either - at... 6 hours of sleep per night, more or less. When I want 8.

ECE385 sucked today. I thought I had our circuit debugged before I went in. But that wasn't the case. This is the second time. Fuckit, I have to stop being lazy when it comes to testing. Need to actually write out test cases and try that way. As a result, we got 3/5 of our demo points, and I was late to work. Then I couldn't find the right show code to clock in under... hopefully that doesn't screw up anything - but yay, worked for... 2+ish hours today, so that's a bit more money.

I need to go hunting for those silly psych experiments that pay nicely. Or just find a job. But I doubt the latter will happen anytime soon.

Exams are coming up. Fyzyx is next week, as is ECE210, the day after. Yayfor. And CS is next monday. I should read up on the funny C++ things. Or watch the video recordings (Yes, our prof uses the spiffy recording equipment in the lecture hall and records his lectures!). ECE210 is worrying. Fyzyx... maybe slightly less so: I know how to use the simplified Gauss Law thingies now. CS... Feh. I better do well there.

There's still something in circuits that I don't understand. I think it's the part with resistors and current and voltage flow through them. I know the basic rules, but putting everything together with KCL and KVL always causes problems. And I don't know why, despite reading the lecture notes twice now, and finding the awesome (50 MB) electrical engineering handbook that's 2801 pages. :D God bless ebooks and irc's bookwarez channels.

I plan to read the engineering handbook from top to bottom, but I think that'll take me... probably a good 24-48 hours, seeing how it actually takes a bit of time to absorb what it's actually saying, and I can't just file the knowledge away in my mind to reference it later, like I did a long time ago with that kid's encyclopedia. Not like I remember much of that anymore. Hahah. I think I just need to remember more, and then put it together in my mind on the fly - that would make absorbing information faster, 'cause I need to form links in my mind from thing to thing. But linking things seems harder now, for some reason. Hence my bad memory for faces and names, for japanese, for history. Bleh. Need to hunt for ways on improving my random memory abilities.

Yes, this is getting long. Yes, I ought to stop. So, I'll leave you a general to do list of things I want to get around to doing.

To do:
DDR. I brought the pads, but I haven't touched them since. Garh. And my apartment has no one underneath, and the carpet is thin enough to dance on, I think.
Draw. I bought the beautiful and awesome Graphire3, I need to draw now. Must.
Read. It's been too damn long since I've read a non-required piece of reading material. Well, no, I've read news articles daily, pretty much, so make that, "it's been too long since I've read books with magic in them".
Double Yo-yo's. Not the yo-yo sort of yo-yo, but like the chinese yo-yo/diabolo type. 'Cause there's a freshman that knows how, and I've seen him start it on his own, without someone throwing the second yo-yo to him. And now I have two here with me, so I should be able to get it going. Took him a good month, he said. Let's get it in a week, once I start trying.
Sing? Hah. Yeah, right. But I should poke my non-existant singing voice to see what sort of sounds I make now.
Bake the stupid sugar-cookies-in-a-bag I got.
Talk to Karen-senpai.
Ask Lady for her magical meatball recipe.
Light my toilet on fire. Just kidding.

Sleep. Of course.

Remaining things this week:
CS MP due friday.
Krannert work, again, at 3:30 PM Thursday.
Study, Fucking, Study. ECE210! Physics!
Chinese yo-yo performance on Saturday. Practice on friday and saturday afternoon.
ECE210 pre-lab next monday.
ECE385 pre-lab friday.
...physics? ECE210 Mallard? ECE210 Written? I need to check on these.

Ok, I'll stop. Go back to reading your other friends now. =.= zZzZzz....


Jul. 24th, 2005 01:34 am
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Beethoven's Last Night is so good. ~siiighs~

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