grizzlyzone: (- Gas Gauge)
ganked from [ profile] cellboy
griz is emotionally distant.
I bet no one's surprised that you never post your current mood. In fact, I bet most of your friends are so sick of you locking them out of your life that they hate you behind your back. Shame.
 Wanna know your lj's moodring color? enter your user name and hit the button. (discussion thread)

WTF are "moods"?
grizzlyzone: (- Console)
A is for Advent Sleep (Tainted Love)
B is for The Bastard Fairies (We're All Going to Hell)
C is for Captain Dan And The Scurvy Crew (Mutiny)
D is for Dabrye (Temper)
E is for Eduardo Mata & London Symphony Orchestra (Carmina Burana)
F is for Firebrand Boy (Famous)
G is for Guy Gross (Theme from Farscape)
H is for Hurra Torpedo (Total Eclipse of the Heart)
I is for Israel Kamakawiwo'ole (Somewhere Over The Rainbow)
J is for Jack Ingram (Auld Lang Syne)
K is for Kelis & Markita (Mafia)
L is for Lana Lane (In the Court of the Crimson King)
M is for M.I.A. (Galang)
N is for The Neaderthal Spongecake (Bang A Gong)
O is for Old Crow Medicine Show (James River Blues)
P is for Paza (Spacespaghetti)
Q is for Queen (Bicycle Race)
R is for Rasputina (You Don't Own Me)
S is for Studio Group (The Little Blue Man)
T is for The Timelords (What Time Is Love)
U is for Uakti (Japurá River)
W is for William Coulter (After the Gold Rush)
X is for Xinon (Hellboy)
Y is for Yerzmyey (Yerzmix Part 4)
Z is for ZZTop (Let me Be Your "Teddy Bear")
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Ganked from [ profile] biggaloot, who asks...

"What are your TOP 5 favorite "remake/cover" versions of a song?"

BUT, (and there is always a but), it can't be too obvious, like "Tainted Love" by Soft Cell or "Sweet Dreams" by Marilyn Manson.

Here are my five twelve:
  1. "Total Eclipse of the Heart" - Hurra Torpedo
  2. "Get It On (Bang A Gong)" - The Neaderthal Spongecake
  3. "Kashmir" - Bond
  4. "Boadicea" - Marston Smith
  5. "Casino Royale" - Big Ray & The Futuras
  6. "Don't Fear the Reaper" - H.I.M. (His Infernal Majesty)
  7. "Guantanamera" - Compay Segundo
  8. "Hawaii Five-O" - Gary Hoey
  9. "Locomotive Breath" - Fourth Estate
  10. "Suzy Snowflake" - Venus Hum
  11. "Time Warp" - Richard O'Brian & SAS Band
  12. "A Whiter Shade of Pale" - Annie Lennox
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Fire Away. It's March.

Ask me anything you want to know and I will answer honestly in a separate post.
grizzlyzone: (Sheeple)
  • Durham, NC
  • Cherokee, NC
  • Maggie Valley, NC
  • Omaha, NE
  • St. Louis, MO
...and since I work nights, Morrisville, NC.
grizzlyzone: (Sheeple)
Here's the rules:
    The first article title on the page is the name of your band.

    The last four words of the very last quote is the title of your album.

    The third picture, no matter what it is, will be your album cover.

and here's my cover image:

Edward B. Roberts
Edward B. Roberts
it cries for mercy

grizzlyzone: (Sheeple)
Dreaded Desktop Meme
Exhibit "A"
Do you ever get the feeling that you really don't fit in
with the other kids?

grizzlyzone: (Sheeple)
User pics - we use them, we love them, and love to admire other's. Let's dig a little bit deeper into this...

Comment on this post. I will choose seven userpics from your profile and you will explain what they mean and why you are using them. Post this along with your answers in your own journal so others can play along.

In this round, [personal profile] sultmhoorchose the 6 icons (or userpics) that fascinated him the most. (Hey, bud! That's six. You get to pick one more.)

They were:
  • Owl
  • Hell
  • Big Guy
  • Sector 7
  • Max Headroom
  • Fireball XL-5


OWLOWL (1996-1999)
The icon comes from the television show "Millennium". Members of the Millennium Group would greet each other with the saying, "This is Who We Are". This icon belongs to "The Owls", one of the factions within the Millenium Group". 

I use this icon when I am posting something personal, as "This is Who I Am".
It's an eternal flame.

I use it to signify that what is being posted will probably get me sent "straight to hell".
BIG GUY (2007)
LIfted from the "Heroes" graphic novel, "Chaper 11: Fathers & Daughters". This character was the Eden's abusive father. Eden was the Hero who shot herself, rather than let Sylar get her power. 

I use it to as a "tough guy" symbol.
SECTOR 7 (2007)
This was lifted from one of the websites advertising the movie "The Transformers".  I thought this was an interesting throwaway design. 

I used it once in a response to a post by <lj-user="coachbear">, who was all psyched about the "Transformers" movie.
MAX HEADROOM (1987-1988)
The title character of a short-lived but ground-breaking American science fiction television series which aired on ABC. 

I don't think I've u-u-used Max all that mu-mu-much
FIREBALL XL-5 (1962)
Before there was a "Captain Kirk" and a "USS Enterprise" there was "Captain Steve Zodiac" and "Fireball XL5". This was the first major success for Gerry and Silvia Anderson, who went on to do the 60's children shows Supercar, Stingray and Thunderbirds and the sci-fi series Space:1999  (Bad special effects are better than no special effects!)

This was one of the first television shows that I really loved and one that started me on the path to geekdom! I'm not sure I've used this icon either.


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Google "your name" followed by "needs".

  1. Grizzlyzone needs to dodge some determined pursuers.
  2. Grizzlyzone needs to write a small script.
  3. Grizzlyzone needs verification.
  4. Grizzlyzone needs to be open and interoperable.
  5. Grizzlyzone needs more time to review.
grizzlyzone: (Sheep)
...wouldn't you like to be a sheeple, too? )

I did this bass-ackwards, didn't I?

Brought to you by The Meme Organization.
grizzlyzone: (Soylent Green)
Now in Original or "Mutton-Honey" flavors!

If there are one or more people in your life who make your world a living hell just because they exist, and who you would have rather not have met (in real life or not), then post this same sentence in your journal.

Brought to you by The Meme Organization.

My accent.

Nov. 1st, 2006 10:54 am
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What American accent do you have?
Your Result: The Inland North

You may think you speak "Standard English straight out of the dictionary" but when you step away from the Great Lakes you get asked annoying questions like "Are you from Wisconsin?" or "Are you from Chicago?" Chances are you call carbonated drinks "pop."

The Midland
The Northeast
The South
The West
North Central
What American accent do you have?

Except, I say "y'all".


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