awfulhorrid: (Love my coffee)
Why not?

Grabbed from [livejournal.com profile] the_other_sandy.

Type these words into the search bar on your iTunes MP3 player of choice (which should be Media Monkey) and list the first song that appears in the results.

NotesMy default sort is by title, so this isn't nearly as random as it could have been. (Or perhaps more so: say if default sort was 'genre' ... that could skew the results quite a bit. I also specified 'title' as the search field, least we get results by The Happy Schnaps Combo and other other artist word matches. I've also noted the number of tracks returned by each term.

Billy Cutlass -- The Scurvy Pirates )

Music Meme

May. 13th, 2009 09:37 am
awfulhorrid: (Worship the Coffee)
I got this from [livejournal.com profile] tarrestrial ...
1. Reply to this post and I'll assign you a letter.
2. List 5 songs (with links to them, if you can find them) that start with that letter.
3. Post them to your journal with these instructions.

The Irish gave the bagpipes to the Scots as a joke, but the Scots haven't got the joke yet. -- Oliver Herford )
awfulhorrid: (Newfie Dog)
From [livejournal.com profile] cmerun12:

1) Comment here, and I'll list five things I associate with you.

2) Post this header in your own journal, and elaborate on the five things I mention.

The Answers to the Essay Questions ... )

Yes or No?

Feb. 12th, 2009 09:13 am
awfulhorrid: (Yellow Paw)
1. You can ONLY answer Yes or No!
2. You are NOT ALLOWED to explain ANYTHING unless someone messages or comments to you and Asks!

Now, here's what you're supposed to do... And please do not spoil the Fun. Copy and paste this into your notes / LJ, delete my answers, type in your answers and tag as many of your friends as you'd like to. Then see what happens.

binary answers go here ... )

Stuff Meme

Jan. 26th, 2009 03:29 pm
awfulhorrid: (Love my coffee)
The first five (5) people to respond to this post will get something made by me. It will be about or tailored to those seven who respond first.

This offer does have some restrictions and limitations:

I make no guarantees that you will like what I make.

What I create will be just for you.

It'll be done this year.

You have no clue what it's going to be. It may be a mix tape. It may be fic, or a poem. I may draw or paint something. I might bake you something and mail it to you. Who knows? Not you, that's for sure!

I reserve the right to do something extremely strange.

I (might) need a snail-mail address, which is why ALL comments are screened.
awfulhorrid: (Grinning Skull)
I'll often take these and not post the results, but some of these were very funny for personal reasons, particularly [livejournal.com profile] rileybear67 and her interaction with [livejournal.com profile] merseine0613. Obviously I need to keep you two out of the kitchen for a while.

The Giant (not really) Meme of Doom! )
awfulhorrid: (Default)
As swiped from CMERUN12

Instructions:
* Grab the nearest book.
* Open the book to page 56.
* Find the fifth sentence.
* Post the text of the next seven sentences in your journal along with these instructions.
* Don't dig for your favourite book, the cool book, or the intellectual one: pick the CLOSEST.

It often happens, though, that this value is reference on many different forms, so that each reference has to be accompanied by the data validation code. If a programmer gets the validation code wrong, or simply ignores or forgets the validation altogether, you risk accepting invalid data into your database. If the validation rules change, you have to visit each form that contains a reference to the data item and change the validation code.

Now contrast this scenario with validation within a property procedure. The form can attempt to assign a nonvalidated value to the property, and the property procedure will validate the data and accept or reject it. The validation for this data item is thereby centralized. Any form can use the property, and you can be certain that only validated data is accepted into the database.


Wow. Moving stuff, isn't it? How about that character development in just two-half paragraphs? Hasn't the plot gripped you yet and moved you to the edge of your seat?
awfulhorrid: (Big Kitty Yawn)
So there was this meme that I participated in the other day. [livejournal.com profile] merseine0613 and [livejournal.com profile] cmerun12 (possibly others) posted their answers I though that was a good idea.

What's behind Cut Number Three? )
awfulhorrid: (Big Woof)
Blame a variety of friends for this ... that and I'm avoiding work right now, although I really should be figuring out a better data storage option for a current application. I'm not taking any of these questions seriously, by the way ...

--

Seriously... It's all about ME.

Okay, this one is different - this is funny. YOU fill in the blanks about ME. Be honest.
They're really SCARY to get back. It only takes a few minutes, so just do it!
Feel free to copy/paste into your own LJ and see what people know about you!


Where did we meet:

Take a stab at my middle name:

Do I smoke:

Color of my eyes:

Do I have any siblings:

What's one of my favorite things to do:

What's my favorite type of music:

Am I shy or outgoing:

Am I a rebel or do I follow the rules:

Any special talents:

How many children do I have:

If you and I were stranded on a desert island, what is one thing that I would bring:
awfulhorrid: (Big Woof)
That iTunes Meme ... even thought I don' t have iTunes, I applied the meme to my MP3 player (MediaMonkey) just to be curious.

Results behind the cut )
awfulhorrid: (Big Woof)
Or at least pictures returned using my listed interests in LiveJournal. Not all of them are actually of the interest I had in mind, but it still makes a unique collage.

Below the cut because I care ... My Interests Collage! )
awfulhorrid: (Default)
Ok, I'll have to admit that I have no idea how this thing works. So far I've won two fights and probably earned something for [livejournal.com profile] rileybear67.

COMBAT CARDS 2.1
watch awfulhorrid fight
CREATE YOUR CARD
awfulhorrid: (Default)
I blame [livejournal.com profile] chorus ...

I often try these memes, but don't post my results. After seeing some of what came up, I had to post this one just to share a laugh with some people!

Go to Wikipedia (http://www.wikipedia.org/). Type in your birth date (but not year). List three events that happened on your birthday. List two important birthdays and one interesting death. Post this in your journal.

Events

1929 - Vatican City becomes a sovereign state.
1965 - The US Supreme Court decides Griswold v. Connecticut effectively legalizing the use of contraception by married couples.
1993 - Prince changes his name to a symbol and comes to be referred to as "The Artist formerly known as Prince".

Birthdays

1946 - Jenny Jones, Palestinian-born comedienne and talk show host
1958 - Prince, American musician (Not important, really, but it amused me that I share a birthday with him.)

Death

1329 - Robert the Bruce, King of Scotland (b. 1274)


Deaths were actually a bit harder to chose from and were really a bit more interesting. Other "good" choices were Chief Seattle and Alan Turing, but Robert the Bruce seemed the most appropriate.

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