19 March 2008

Random Post

I thought this was interesting, so I stole it from another persons blog!
It's obvious that some of the songs work, while others are quite questionable...

1. open your library (iTunes, winamp, media player, iPod)
2. put it on shuffle
3. press play
4. for every question, type the song that's playing
5. new question-- press the next button
6. don't lie and try to pretend you're cool

opening credits:
“Nothing Lasts Forever”—Maroon 5

waking up:
“Stop” - Matchbox Twenty

first day at school:
“I Wish You Well” - Josie and the Pussycats

falling in love:
“Push” - Matchbox Twenty

breaking up:
“If You're Gone” - Matchbox Twenty

prom:
“These Hard Times'” - Matchbox Twenty

life's okay:
“Follow Through” - Gavin DeGraw

mental breakdown:
“More Than Anyone” - Gavin DeGraw

driving:
“You're A Star” - Josie and the Pussycats

flashback:
“Meaning” - Gavin DeGraw

getting back together:
“Pretending to be Nice” - Josie and the Pussycats

wedding:
“Hidden Track” - Meiko

birth of child:
“You Don't See Me” - Josie and the Pussycats

final battle:
“Angels Weep” - Bascom Hill

death scene:
“Goodnight Goodnight” - Maroon 5

funeral song:
“What's a Boy to do” - Mat Kearney

end credits:
"Wait" - Mat Kearney

(Keep in mind I don't have much music on my computer at this time. I think there is a total of 5-6 albums... I just use the CD's more often and my hard drive is mostly dedicated to photos. Thus, I don't think this is a truly good collection of songs, but they'll have to do until sometime in the future when I do this once again)



By the way, I haven't been posting much due to serious issues with my computer. What are these issues you ask?! Well, my hard drive, which is mainly dedicated to photos, decided to malfunction. It's so bad that HP is sending me a new hard drive next week... :( Luckily most of my material on the computer has been saved to my external hard drive or Otto's computer. Yet, I mourn all the little things I forget about... My friend Chris has offered to backup all my information on one of his computers if I need. I'm seriously debating having him do this just in case...

1 comments:

Rachel said...

My keyboard stopped functioning this week, my Linux (primary operating system) stopped functioning this week, and I cannot use the mouse and a jump drive at the same time since the USB ports are so close together.

Eric Brusky is the culprit who put together my computer for me. Hopefully he and Byron can fix it for me when I visit them in April.

Ah! The stress of having a two person tech support system!!!! :0