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OverworkedWe set aside a time, one hour for a meeting;
our search for a room hindered by our search
for the solution.
Can we set aside a day
for creation and have a canvas we can all paint on
at the same time in the same room
and order ice cream or chip-shop chips
whilst we make our master design?
Then do you think we can turn our idea
into a real life innovation?
Or do we continue to scavenge old buildings
for neglected conference rooms once
booked by occupants no longer present. Do
we panic about the problem and confirm
we are in shit before we've truly understood
the colour, depth, and complexity of the shit?
Do you think we could stick to our plans and
do what we say we will do when we do it? We
go home on time and drink gin-and-tonic in
a local beer garden, enjoying the warm sun instead
of an overheated, over-exhausted office.
Machine WindWind tip-tapping against
desperate to attract attention,
off desolate rooftops
where there's no blue skies
but the lingering pollution of
The wind infers longing, where they once worked,
sweeping each corner in search of their presence
or past existence, a distance too far
of just what happened and why now absent.
Still tipping and raising the alarm,
there must be someone there-
a twisted gust takes one more lap of hope.
no more than hope.
Walking with a ToddlerSlow he may be, plodding gentle his
tiny legs. Each stick is a new
exploration three steps to
“come on” you shout as he trots over
gravel laughing delighted at the crunch-crunch
beneath his feet
and back again.
A dog bounds by, so much energy that
it sparks fear in the little trekker as
he clings to your leg, begging to be lifted.
Arms wrapped around his world,
he points at the sky, tells you its blue.
The Execution of Judy MonroeIn glamour, in glitter-infested Hollywood
the movie star Judy Monroe’s almond eyes; coaled melodramatic,
tilt towards the camera.
The executioner motions forward;
a tall man, no guardian angel.
She watches his movement; spiteful, hated as he proudly glides
to prep for the grand finale.
A prayer to God with no love, each lens focused on her.
Black and white replaced by orange overalls.
She was found,
She was judged,
And Judy Monroe will be judged
Until opulence is extinguished and her dimpled cheeks sallow
and her pretty head drops.
When the tall man grazes her last touch,
leather grasps her wrists tight.
the poison plunges and she falls before them all:
behold her final bow.
release and exhale.
Twenty Ten FourWe never notice.
Our alarm doesn't ring, it sings
Pharell beating our mornings
'til we remove from our snooze. We
forgot the tink-tinker or
and emerge the same.
The same commute to work:
Heads sunk, tired eyes drunk by
thumb movements. Our ears dumb
locked into a Will-I-Am trance. Not
a glance of the changing scenes;
the only birds we see are angry.
The same office echoes with
of emails blaming others and smack-talking.
instead of actual talking. We fall for
the hype of Skype and only Siri’s
voice drones narrow answers
we accept as truth.
The same playground, huddled corners;
Children pick a blackberry instead of
picking blackberries, for their late-night
Facebook fights. Words will always hurt see:
no kids to hit with sticks and stones. Unless
there’s an app for it.
What do we do when stop?
Orwell you're too late
took thirty years to demonstrate your
doublethink and we all cling to
Fixing Common UTAU Errors
I'm just going to name the ones I can think of off the top of my head...if you come across another one let me know and I'll try to figure out how to fix it c:
Errors With Voice or UST
[!] exclamation points above notes
Unfortunately there's no quick and easy way to get rid of these, but so far this is the fastest way I know of:
1) click on note with [!] above it (it will turn pink if you don't have everything already selected)
2) push ctrl Y on your keyboard
3) past 'pre' and 'ovl' you'll see 3 buttons in a row in Japanese. Click the middle one.
4) hit ok
*This will get rid of that ONE exclamation point on that ONE note...you'll need to do this w/ all notes that have exclamation points.
If that didn't work, do step one and two, but then drag the little red points around on the line until all points are not touching each other or are not vertical of each other. Hit ok~
My Utau Won't Sing
if you highlight notes and hit play but there is
Making Utau Voice Sound Nice
Here's Directions how to make a male voicebank sound good in UTAU. For female voices, just skip steps 2 and 3.
1)push Ctrl A on your keyboard (this will select everything and turn notes from blue to pink)
2)Click Menu (E)
3) Then Menu(N)
4) type in -12 and hit ok
5) right click any note
6) select bottom option on the menu
7) the second option down where you see a % sign type in 0 (next to word that says チジュレーション)
8) directly under that (in outline gray box area) press first button on the right (it says クリア）
9) click box next to BRE and hit space bar
10) click box next to Flags and hit space bar
11) click box next to STP and hit space bar
12) hit ok
13) click menu (T), then (U), then (C)
14) If you have never done this before, next to あ、い、う、え、お put a comma right after お and write a, e, i, o, u (with
Growing Around - Pilot
[Robert playing video games]
Sally: Uh, Robert why are you still playing that video game?
Robert: Because it's fun.
Sally: Why don't you go outside and do something else. Are you really going to spend all weekend doing this?
Robert: I don't see why not.
Sally: Well, maybe I want to play.
Robert: Ugh, can I please finish this level?
[Sally looks at the screen and sees Robert failing at beating a boss]
Sally: Up, left, perry, thrust.
Robert: I think I know what I'm doing.
[Loses a life. In frustration, Sally takes the controller]
Sally: Come on, come on.
[Sally beats the boss, and sticks out her tongue at Robert]
Robert: Okay, fine. Can I have the controller back now?
Robert: Why not?
Sally: It's my turn now.
Sally: Ugh. Alright, but if you die again I'm going to own you in multiplayer.
Sally: I'm coming! I'm coming!
[Sally trips over one of Linda's possessions while Robert is playing a video game in the background]
Real Men of Genius
Bud Light Presents: Real Men of Genius
(real men of genius!)
Today we salute you, Mr. Devious News Article Rejector Guy.
(Mr. Devious News Article Rejector Guy!)
One hundred people loved the article, but what do they know?
(wake up, sheeple!)
Anyone can lend their public support, but your faceless thumbs-down will be heard around the world.
(anonymity is my friend!)
For you, it's not about the content or the cause, it's about the DDs you've never received on your erotic furry fiction.
(just don't understand me!)
Yours is a lone voice now, but soon the faceless masses will pour in to reject this article along with you, just as soon as you can make the alt accounts.
(my personal army!)
So crack open an ice-cold Bud Light, ninja of negation, because no party is complete without a wet blanket.
(Mr. Devious News Article Rejector Guy!)
Hetalia pick up linesA series of pick up lines that my friends seemed to like alot XD Yeah..these are all lame so XD
America- The hero always gets the damsel, Want to be mine?
England- Big Ben is quite a tourist attraction, would you like to come see it?
Russia- Russia is quite a large country, You would like to meet it's main attraction, da?
Canada- Would you like to come to Canada? The wood there is said to be beautiful.
China- The great wall of China is nothing compared to me, Aru~
Germany- Would you like to come to a wurst festival? This year its going to be wonderful.
(Oh fail XD )
Prussia- Im awesome, AT EVERYTHING. Come see my 5 meters! Kesesese. ( Oh hot diggedy! )
Italy- Pasttaaaaa! Italians make the best pasta~ Want to come try mine~?
Romano- Hey, you want to try my tomato's? They're nice and ripe right now.
Young Commando - Scenes 1 through 9
The movie opens up in a pure blue sky. Seconds later a fighter jet speeds by. He is then being pursued by two other fighter jets. We peer in the cockpit to a gruff action hero, JAMES BLAMBO. He is highly focused, and intensely gritting a cigar.
James: They're on my tail!
JAMES' fighter jet is shot and we hear loud beeping. He pulls up. We see his fighter rise in a half-loop until it's upside down. He jumps out of the cockpit and lands on one of the enemy fighter jets. We see JAMES' fighter jet crash into a distant mountain. The person in the enemy fighter jet is clearly afraid and begins driving erratically. JAMES punches his way through the glass and grabs him by the throat.
James:Welcome to the danger zone, motherfucker.
JAMES headbutts the pilot and knocks him out. The fighter jet goes into a tailspin and the other fighter jet starts shooting at James. James takes out his assault rifle and begins firing.
Man (V.O.) Hey Kayley, you shouldn't be watching that!
We see t
Growing Around - Episode - The Winter of Summerway[It’s late at night in Lemonade Land. We have a shot of quiet ambience, before we see Steve and Timmy playing a Pokemon expy. We only see the end of it, and Steve manages to win]
Steve: Looks like I win [he says as he pulls in arcade tokens left on the table]
Timmy: Whatever. Wow, look at the time! I gotta get home.
Steve: What, afraid that Sally’s gonna make you play with her dolls?
Timmy: That’s not the worst she can do, trust me. Nevermind that. Can you clean up this place?
Steve: Did you ever think that maybe I had things that I had to do?
Timmy: Like what?
Steve: Like… fixing my… TV?
[Timmy quirks his eyebrow]
Timmy: It’ll take fifteen minutes tops.
Steve: Ugh, fine.
[We cut to Steve in the kitchen sweeping around]
Steve: Gah, sometimes I feel like I do everything around here! Timmy has no idea how hard I work!
[Steve trips over the trash can, and he rolls into a cabinet behind him]
Steve: Oh no! How am I supposed to hide that now? It’s al
Growing Around - Episodes - Silly Sally
[Sally is driving like a maniac down the street]
Sally: [is gripping the wheel so tightly her knuckles are turning white]
Random kid 1: My mailbox!
Sally: [pops her head out of the window] You shouldn't have put it so close to the street!
Random kid 2: Girl, you're crazy! You almost hit me!
Sally: Gah, you just don't understand.
[Sally skids the car in a parking lot. She slams the door into another car.]
Random kid 3: Hey, you dented my car!
Sally: Oh please [takes a good look at the car] I think it looks better that way!
Random kid 3: [Takes a look at Sally] W-wait, are you Sally? Sally Dunn?
Sally: Yeah, why? You heard about me?
Random kid 3: [Starts snickering] Oh, I'm so sorry Silly Sally. I shouldn't expect you to care.
Sally: What are you talking about?
Random kid 3: [condescending] It's better if you don't know. [pats her head]
Sally: Don't you touch me!
Random kid 3: [moves his hand away] Oh, I forgot! You bite!
Sally: I don't even know you, [makes a "whatever" gesture] why am
Growing Around - Anthology of Insanity IThe Sally Parable
[We see the camera panning over the Dunn house, through the window, and towards Sally who is playing happily in her bedroom]
Narrator: This is the story of a girl named Sally.
[Sally drops her dolls in shock, and looks around, looking for the narrator]
Narrator: Sally lived in a big house with her family. Her job was simple: to keep her family happy.
Sally: Who said that!?
Narrator: Some kids may have found it difficult to care so much for their families, but Sally relished every day of it, as though she had been made exactly for this job. And Sally was happy.
[Sally bolts from the room and down to the kitchen where Robert and Linda are eating lunch]
Sally (frightened): You two have got to help me!
Linda (concerned): What's wrong?
Sally: There's this voice. It... knows my name and it's saying stuff about me.
[Linda makes a cuckoo expression back to Robert]
Robert: Right.... oh by the way, this package came in for you today...
[Robert hands Sally a package]