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I was never brought up with any religion as a kid, so I was never a believer. But I've been living in a mostly Christian area for the last decade or so. I do have some friends that are believers, but we get along great, we just never bring up our beliefs to each other.Problem is that most others judge me as a horrible person, and that I'm going to hell, how can I have morals with out god. etc. I saw this site, and thought it would be great to be at a place where I can chat with others that have the same thoughts about god and religion.
I've been told that I have a big heart. I don't know if it's true or not but i try to do what I can to help others.
I also have a great sense of humor, and I like being around others that do as well.

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Rum and coke! 40 years and to this DAY, I won't drink that, lol.
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 9, 2018:
Hasn't hit me like that. My cure all for fighting a hangover is to start drinking again ASAFP.
In honor of the weekend, I'm going to be brave and daring and post another picture of myself. Taken...
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 9, 2018:
OMFG. your Lee Greenwood song quote made me giggle for quite a while. That was fucking awesome.
Tonights mood, man they stole the show during Live Aid with this. [youtube.com]
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 9, 2018:
I remember this whole ordeal. Live aid was a great effort to have a few bands from different cities playing for a great cause. plus there was some great perfomances from many bands. It turned U2 from a low keyed, to mega stars. I remember Queen killing it there. and the Police put out a major show. Too many other bands to remember. I just remember how cool it was to have that many bands colectivelly put out a show that that.
I'm working on my second glass of wine. Anyone want to wrestle?
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 9, 2018:
I'll bring another bottle, and sure I'll wrestle. as long as we can do some drinking, and laugh afterwards. well, that and burn, and drink, as well. :)
It is getting to be that time. I have reviewed over 50 Christmas movies, but this one is special. ...
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 9, 2018:
One of my favorites was 'Scrooged'. Bill Murry was ace in that one.
Salad and beer go together, right?
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 9, 2018:
Every thing goes with beer. Same with wine. :)
The curious orgins of the War on Christmas.....
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 9, 2018:
I don't think I can articulate just how much disdain I have for Bill O'Reilly, and others like him. They pander to the least common denominator and use "fear" to entice their audience. At best, they use some un-truths, Spin, and any measure to make a story more believable, no matter how unsubstantiated it really is. The saddest thing though,.. Is many believe him.Even though actual historians, and Scientists will De-bunk what he says, they still believe him. Here is a perfect example. the "Tide Goes In, Tide Goes Out" one. And I could make examples like this all day. https://youtu.be/wb3AFMe2OQY https://youtu.be/8Nikg4hMRjs
Hello all. Just wanted to introduce myself. I’m new to the group. Looking for community of other ...
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 9, 2018:
Welcome, Glad to have you here. :)
I almost forgot today's question. Question 6: If you were able to live to the age of 90 and ...
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 9, 2018:
Not even a close contest for me. I would be mind hands down. One of my favorite things to do in life is learning new things. If I didn't have that, I'd rather be dead.
If your IQ is 120 or higher then you have a 90% chance of being the smartest person in a ...
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 9, 2018:
I'm not going to give the number, but yes, I was tested over 120. To be honest it is a lot of times more of a curse that anything. By that I mean I seem to way over think things, sometimes i can't fall asleep because I'm working out some problem in my head. Thinking all the time makes it hard to focus on one thing at a time. One of the smartest things I've learned, is that there is always some one smarter. Which I love, because I love nothing more that learning.
If your IQ is 120 or higher then you have a 90% chance of being the smartest person in a ...
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 9, 2018:
Made me think of this.
Do you eat less meat?
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 9, 2018:
nope. But I like a lot of other things, especially seafood. That's my favorite.
What are the biggest challenges you face as an atheist?
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 9, 2018:
I have no challenges do to my Atheism what so ever.
Here in Australia the following is an everyday word. It appears that Americans are upset by its use ...
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 9, 2018:
I use it all the time, not always in a negative way. Although I swear a lot with other words as well.
Alone for the holidays. sigh This time of year always bugs me a little. Having spent Thanksgiving, ...
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 8, 2018:
About every other year or so, I'll fly up to CT. to spend the holidays with my mom and step dad. It's always a great time, but expensive. When I stay here, i have some friends to hang with, and even if I am alone, I'll still have a way to have some fun.
I'm confused! As non believers, why are people talking about celebrating Christmas? Hmmm
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 8, 2018:
I love the holiday season, especially Christmas. I have no notions of the religious aspects ( which were stolen anyway), but i love shit like lights trees, decorations, all of it. One doesn't have to be religious to enjoy some fun.
This guy wants to legally change his age from 69 to 49 because he says he only feels 49 and it will ...
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 8, 2018:
I'm going to be 54 in a week. But i think I'll turn my age to 8 so I can win every spelling bee.
If only my computer reached
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 8, 2018:
As if i was supposed to be doing on the toilet? lol. :)
Yeah, I know it's a meme but I couldn't resist. It reminded me of so many of you...
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 8, 2018:
Yeah on that. lol, :)
Just curious on members belief in extraterrestrial life.
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 8, 2018:
Well, If one goes by 'Drakes' equation, there is a strong chance that there is other life out there, but to what level they might be isn't so simple. If you go by chemically, we are made up of the same main stuff that the universe is, so again the possibility does favor positively that there is more life out there. But the notion of life out there being anything similliar to us is not too likely. the human race being what it is now went through a LOT of changes to the planet, and the environment, and other species dying off. the list is very long. the chances of having that happen again the same way some where else, is practically nill.
Ouija boards
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 8, 2018:
I thought it was as useless as a magic 8 ball.
Are you an authentic person?
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 8, 2018:
I'm pretty much a what you see, well and hear, is what you get kind of person.
I have no post notifications, but see that things were posted. What's up with that?
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 8, 2018:
It's working for me just fine, which makes it a bit confusing of what could be the problem.
Just wondering...I am beginning to see gray hairs, mostly around my ears. I don't mind them, I feel ...
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 8, 2018:
About a year ago I started to see a little grey. It doesn't really bother me as much as I thought it would.
Anyone else here enjoy drinking?
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 8, 2018:
I think this sums it up for me,...
I'm watching this lecture with Aron-Ra and Matt Dillahunty [youtube.com]
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 8, 2018:
I've seen a ton from these two, going back a bit over a decade on the Atheist Experience. They make a great team.
Given (hypothetically or literally) that there is no afterlife, does life have meaning? Your ...
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 8, 2018:
IMHO, and I can only speak of myself on this but. It's because that life is finite that I try to make the best of the time I have. Learning, Exploring,reading, Writing, Music, arts, compassion, empathy, love. This list could go on for days. I think if I were a believer in the afterlife, I Wouldn't enjoy these things as much because I might just coast through awaiting what comes next. Just my 2 cents.
What's Your Favourite Food & Your Least Favourite?
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 8, 2018:
Favorite: Cioppino, I make a mean one. Least: Liver. I will actually throw up if I even smell it cooking. It's really that bad to me.
I just recently had a conversation with a lady that says God, angels, devil and Higher spiritual ...
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 8, 2018:
There is a quicker way of getting those results without all of her steps. It's called LSD.
Gustav Holst. - Jupiter from the Planet Suite. Despite his German sounding name, Holst was a ...
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 8, 2018:
Of all the pieces from this Suite, this one has always been my favorite.
What are the biggest things you’ve learned in life to date?
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 8, 2018:
The biggest thing for is that the more I know, the more I find of stuff I don't know. Which is great because I love to explore and learn new things.
Believing without evidence is always morally wrong | Aeon Ideas
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 7, 2018:
From the late great Carl Sagan. "I don't want to believe, I want to know".
I often wonder how people can justificed unfair treatment of another group. Knowing that the group ...
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 7, 2018:
It's something I've always wondered myself. It seems like anytime a group gets together, somehow they start to point fingers at other groups. that never made any sense to me. George Carlin had a great one on that.
Yeah, I know it's a meme but I couldn't resist. It reminded me of so many of you...
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 7, 2018:
One of my favorite shows. :)
Never think you are weak if you cry...
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 7, 2018:
I never really get misty eyed about something sad. Not sure why that is though. I do however shed quite a few tears when I laugh real hard. or when I hear some really beautiful uplifting music.
What is the sexiest song you have ever heard? You aren't limited to rock... But you can tell I am ...
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 7, 2018:
I can't believe no one though of this one. Which is good because I get the cred for it.lol Anyway, one of my favorite songs. https://youtu.be/dlJew-Dw87I
Now this makes me happy -- new members of Congress. I think I have this correct. Let me know if ...
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 7, 2018:
Hell yea! I just posted one about Megan Hunt, who just won a seat, and she's an open Atheist to boot.
Creatard Caught In A Lie - YouTube
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 7, 2018:
Saw this one a while back. But it still gets me going every time. I mean, if you are going to lie, at least try to be good at it. lol.
If you don't believe in life after death, how do you deal with the idea that someday you will no ...
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 7, 2018:
It's not a thought I usually have. I'm fairly comfortable with that one day, I will just stop. From the great Jim Jeffries: "I won't even know that I'm dead, you know why,... Because I'll be fuckin dead". Pretty much how I feel about it.
Tall people. I hate you.
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 7, 2018:
I'm kind of in the middle, I'm 6'1. not really tall, and not short either.
U know your old when...
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 7, 2018:
I don't know if I can or not. With my medication, 2 glasses of wine will put me down.
Being a shameless point whore tonight. So here's a question, If someone is alone,but not lonely,but ...
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 6, 2018:
I'm not very far from you, surprised as i am, I'm at 7.8. I had not realized that I was here that long, or posted that much.
Hello is anybody out there?
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 6, 2018:
I have become comfortably numb.
Did you read 1984?
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 6, 2018:
Read the book, Watched the movie. Meh, they both had some good points to think about, it also seemed a bit far fetched. they kind of reminded me of soilent green. same kind of thing.
Being a shameless point whore tonight. So here's a question, If someone is alone,but not lonely,but ...
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 6, 2018:
Always bet on black.
Auto makers are making fewer manual transmissions. How many of you actually like driving a manual? I...
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 6, 2018:
I have always been a manual drive person. I think it might be something about being in control. But something about a stick, always just feels right.
Going to shave the lady tickler off.
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 6, 2018:
Myself, I go through spurts. I'll go for a week, and not shave, and my facial grows fast. But then sometimes I'll just shave it all off, I can never make up my mind. Same goes with my hair. Sometimes I'll let it grow out long, and then sometimes I hate the long hair, and get it chort. I seem to never be able to make up my mind..
I said this before and I feel like I should say it again. I think it's important as part of ...
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 6, 2018:
I was never a believer. I was fortunate enough to have not been raised in a religious household. So I was never "brainwashed" into anything.
What are your intellectual turn ons? I'm not talking sexual (but if it takes you there...) I'm ...
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 6, 2018:
The topic really isn't that important to me, I just like to be with some one who can hold a good conversation. The best case for me would be if we each learned something from one another. Plus, I'd like them to want to learn new things as much as I do. In fact, learning something together would be nice. So going to lectures, museums, observratories, etc. would be something to do rather just going out to eat, or coffee all the time.
I'm a relatively new member here. I joined for the intention of finding a relationship. I've sent ...
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 5, 2018:
This is just something that I have observed, well, and lived. Most of the people here have been around the block (so to speak) plenty of times. So it, as i imagine, most want to get a good ' feeling' about another. Sometimes what they post, sometimes what they comment. The only thing I can posture is have some patience. There are some great people here. It might just take a bit to warm up to some.
So. Beside sex. What are your thoughts on maintaining a good healthy relationship?
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 5, 2018:
Watch Game of Thrones.
Steve Bannon warns that women are going to 'take charge of society'
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 4, 2018:
It doesn't matter to me one bit of which sex is in charge. What is wrong with the way things are going, (and the list of that is a few miles long), has nothing to do with gender. The way our government is run is far beyond deplorable. It goes much farther than who is president atm. Just my 2 cents.
What Is Everyone Reading? I just started A Confederacy of Dunces and 30 pages in, I can tell I'm...
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 4, 2018:
I am in the middle of re-reading Astrophysics for People in a Hurry, by ; Dr. Neil DeGrasse Tyson. Although I do have a bit of a Physics background, I pale in comparison to the majors of that field. Neil Puts forth some complex ideas into laymens terms, and still make it interesting. He seems to do that a lot, especially when he hosted Cosmos. Any way, it's a good read. I highly recomend it.
Open Mic Every Night! Id like to encourage more fellow musicians to make a weeklyish recording of ...
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 4, 2018:
Very cool man. Nice job.
Question 1: 1. Given the choice of anyone in the world, whom would you want as a dinner guest?
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 4, 2018:
Dr. Neil DeGrasse Tyson. Would love to learn from him. I already do that from his books, lectures and such, but a 1 on 1 would be pretty damn cool.
Good morning from South Florida!
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 3, 2018:
Rightbackatcha from Clearwater. :)
Atheists argue that " thoughts and prayers" r useless, meaningless and empty statements. Others ...
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 2, 2018:
IMHO, I think that " thank you and good morning and forgive etc.is just being polite.
Hi guys, am really enjoying everything here. Thank you all for your support and love..!
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 2, 2018:
Great to have you. I understand where you are coming from, I was pretty amazed at just how friendly the people I met here were to me as a newcomer, and still are.
Party starting tonight at 7 EST. Dirty limerick contest.
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 2, 2018:
Sounds like a good drinking game. Well, I'll be drinking anyway. I'm in.
Happy Friday, Ft. Carson and Colorado Springs!
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 2, 2018:
That is one hell of a great view. And Happy Friday to you as well. :)
Felt like a bit of Schubert this morning.....Serenade D 957. - Franz Schubert (The Royal Schubert ...
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 2, 2018:
Ah, Schubert. Such a lovely piece. Great way to start my day. Thanks for this. :)
The Final Sermon I Should Have Preached
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 2, 2018:
Very familiar with the Clergy project. I love that there is such a welcoming support for them. I've seen and read of a lot of members. What they went through, the negativity they get from just about every one in their fold. But the part I like the most is seeing the success stories, where they found their niche outside of the church, and get on with their lives. One of my favorite speakers on the subject is Jerry Dewit. I've seen many vids of him speaking to people and telling his story.
What is the most underrated movie in your opinion?
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 1, 2018:
Mystery Alaska. Not a lot of people saw it, but it was a great feel good movie.
Not much offends me but one thing that does is Atheist apologists that rush to defend people's right...
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 1, 2018:
I've always been a fan of Billy. He's had quite a few real good stand up specials. He's not really known for it as much as say Richard Dawkins as an outspoken Atheist, and Anti-theist, mainly because most only know of him from movies, and TV shows, but he's been out there talking about it for a very long time.
Please share any fun thing that you did on Halloween. Pictures are welcome. I took my dog out as ...
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 1, 2018:
I was at the homeless shelter that I volunteer at. We had earlier in the week put up some decorations and such on the main deck where every one eats, meets, or what ever gathering there might be. It's pretty big, so every one could attend. there was no way to get every one into costume, but a few organizations that donate often all came with gift bags full of candy and such. there was even a band that came, and played a few halloween tunes. It was great to have every one have a great time there.
Black Sabbath - Sabbath, Bloody Sabbath [youtu.be]
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 1, 2018:
Been a Sabbath fan since I was about nine. I was a Cello player in school at the time. Much to my mother's dismay, 'Paranoid', was the first album I ever bought. I heard Iron man playing in an arcade one day, and I was hooked. She said fine, but listen to it with headphones on. I still do the classical stuff. But i am also a metal head at heart.
[youtu.be] little late, and this video i have seen b4. it is halloween how am i the only to post ...
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 1, 2018:
I love the "Evil Dead" theme. Obviously fans of the movie. Just like me.
Do you celebrate Christmas after realizing you don't believe in the reason for it? I do because ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 31, 2018:
I have no notions about the religious aspect of christmas. That being said, I love christmas time. the lights, decorating the yard, doing the whole tree thing. and being with some family, especially my mom. We live very far apart, so it's great when we can get together.
What is your ideal self? What does it mean to be your highest self?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 31, 2018:
I've posted this before on similar questions. But it's one that I really try to live by. I feel the best about myself when I do these things.
Neuroscientist Sam Harris on Our Misconceptions About Free Will and How Acknowledging Its ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 31, 2018:
He gave a speech on this topic a while back on TED Talks. Was very interesting. I'm pretty sure it's still on youtube.
When did you start drinking coffee and why?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 31, 2018:
I lived with my grandmother for a while when I was a kid. I can always remember that smell waking up. Back then they used a percolator, I don't know if any one uses those any more. Any way, I tried a cup, with cream, ( no sugar, I hate the taste of it). I thought is was really good. Been a coffee drinker ever since.
And all this time I’ve limited myself to potential partners for corporeal bodies! This woman ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 31, 2018:
I saw another one just like this in a vid, I think it was Dr. Phil. What kind of nut bag does one have to be to think stuff like this. I guess it's like they say, "truth is stranger than fiction".
What is your favorite Halloween themed music video?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 31, 2018:
These guys used to play here in Tampa a lot. They were always featured in a thing we call Guavaween. It's like a week long halloween/ mardi gras. In a town called Ybor city. some serious fun. all out door shows, parades, etc. Every one is in costume, and some are very spectacular. any way, this is one that always got played. https://youtu.be/vFwYJYl5GUQ
Wish I were a pet owner
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 31, 2018:
This isn't my dog, just a pic I found. Mine was a black lab/Rottweiler mix. But her pic would be just about the same. She was huge, but very friendly and playful. I learned the hard way to put the remote, shoes, couch pillows etc. up when I went out. Her tearing stuff up was legendary, and a work of art. lol. I really miss her.
Childhood photo challenge: Post a favorite childhood photo. Here's mine. I'm the littlest one ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 31, 2018:
I don't have any, but I'm sure my mother might. I'll see if she does.
Ok so let's hear how everyone thinks on this issue. Do you take off your shoes when you enter ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 31, 2018:
None of the above. All my floors are tile so it's easy to clean.
What's your favourite show or channel to watch on TV?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 31, 2018:
I actually don't own a TV. I watch everything on my PC, plus I have a pretty big monitor. I download, and stream everything. As far as shows go. Some aren't on any more but to name a few. Dexter. Mythbusters, (the original). Game of thrones. Battlestar Galactica, (the 2006 version). I'm sure there are more, I just can't remember atm.
Are there novels that changed the way you think?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 31, 2018:
Two from Lawrence Krauss; The Physics of Star Trek. and A universe from nothing. A Brief History of Time from Steven Hawking. Pale Blue Dot: Vision of the Human Future in Space by Carl Sagan. there are probably a few others, but i can't remember atm.
When someone says" well it was ment to be" or it was gods will. What is your reply?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 31, 2018:
My retort usually something like this. Cancer. Because it was meant to be, and gods will. He is after all, a loving god.
If you could make a rule that everyone had to follow, what would it be?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 31, 2018:
The first rule of Fight club is you do not talk about fight club. :)
The Rock laying it down!
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 31, 2018:
That is something I deal with every day with my disorder. It's always a fight with me, but I try as much as I can muster to get up and live and be on the positive side.
Helpful tips you learned as an adult?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 30, 2018:
The more I learn, the more I find out there is more that I don't know. I knew that from an early age. What is different as I've aged, is the desire to learn much more than I did when I was younger. It's one of my favorite things to do.
Is there anyone here that values the teachings of the bible, but rejects it's supernatural elements?...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 30, 2018:
If you can't tell the difference from right and wrong, you don't lack religion, you lack empathy. No need for an ancient book to tell you that.
What Would You Tell Your 18-Year-Old Self?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 30, 2018:
Don't date that stripper, she's hot, but messed up in the head and trouble.
One of my hobbies that I try to avoid people knowing about is I beatbox badly but I always do it ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 28, 2018:
Never when no one is around, but I've done some embarassing shit when around other people when I was younger. lol.
Such a newbie! Now I know how to post in Singles mingles. I made it here as level 4. I live in ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 28, 2018:
Hello, and welcome from Clearwater FL. :)
Do you think crying is a sign of weakness or strength?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 28, 2018:
It's a very rare thing for me to cry. Not sure why, I don't think of it as a strength, or a weakness. But ther was one thing that did get me a bit misty eyed a little while back, and that was the scene in GOT with Hodor, "Hold the door, hold the door, hold the door, hodor. If you've seen it, you'll know what I'm talking about.
I can wish, can't I?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 27, 2018:
Cum, and go at the same time. That's how I want to go out. :)
I've Been Saving These Beautiful Photos For a Special Occasion. In the Wake of the Terror That Has ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 27, 2018:
That's one of the reasons that I love where I live in Clearwater FL. It's on the gulf, and we get sunsets like that all the time. And no matter how many walks on the beach I've taken to see them, I never get tired of it. One of my favorite things to do.
i would also do this
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 27, 2018:
That is awesome.
Seems legit..,
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 27, 2018:
"It puts the lotion on its skin, or else it gets the hose again". One of my favorite lines.
What is the true purpose of religion?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 27, 2018:
Control.
Who's a person who inspires you? I don't just mean politicians - I mean activists, writers, ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 27, 2018:
The list is long, but I'll name just a few. Mostly In the field of Science. Dr. Neil DeGrasse Tyson. Vera Rubin. Sir Isaak Newton. Professor Richars Dawkins. Dr. Kennith R Miller. 'Buzz' Aldrin. Wernher von Braun.
Top 10 Songs That Has Been Over Used For Covers?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 26, 2018:
The song "I'm not in love" , from 10CC. has been covered by, and sampled by over 50 artists. There was an article about that, but I don't remember what it was called. I'll keep looking, and put the link up if I find it. But I think the most covered song of all time is "Happy birthday to you".
[youtube.com] Halloween favorite. Started Goth, before Goth was called Goth. Too bad lead singer ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 25, 2018:
I got to see them a few times live. They put on a great show. Yeah, It's a shame that Pete Steel died.
What are your favorite lyrics?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 25, 2018:
"one of these days I'm going to cut you into little pieces" ;One of these days, from Pink Floyd.
I’ve been listening to this album pretty regular lately. Fun fact: my ex brought these kids ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 25, 2018:
Never heard this before, but I really like. Thanks for turning me on to them. :)
As a libra..I am..
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 23, 2018:
Scorp.Super Freaks, Hm, not a moniker that I would have gone with, but then again it might make them guess, Freaks about what? lol.
Who are your favorite movie villains? I wrote a piece and included some of my picks. What do you ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 23, 2018:
Lee Van Cleef. That's a good one, I forgot about him. Love the old Sergio Leone westerns. For me I've always liked the villans, or anti heros that are a bit ambiguous,seemingly bad, yet the story arc has some good in them as well. For example, Darth Vader, or Dexter.
La Danse Macabre. - Camille Saint-Saens. Here performed by L’Orchestre Symphonique de Montreal....
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 22, 2018:
Ah. I've heard this many times, but I never knew what it was called. Great piece. :)

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