Generalsup y’all by Alan Ominous 4/8/2016 written by Alan Ominous 4/8/2016 Couple songs I’m really into tonight. By Twiztid off their Heartbroken and Homicidal album. I think a lot of you can dig this. So give it a try. I’ll be lurking all night tonight. Heartbrokentonight 26 comments 0EmailRelated postsno hope 6/4/2020Well… since this place has become a shit... 6/4/2020That Last Step… 6/4/2020 6/4/2020 6/4/2020someone fuck me up with a brick 6/4/2020Crying 6/4/2020 6/3/2020 6/3/2020 6/3/202026 comments Cordless 4/8/2016 - 11:38 pmI have to admit I like it.Favorite line in “Set By Example”:“Please help me find my head.”And for some twisted reason (Er… “Twiztid” reason), I like the name “Heartbroken and Homicidal”. Log in to Reply Alan Ominous 4/8/2016 - 11:46 pmYeah, quite a few lines I really like. Probably in set by example, is the first half of the second verse. It’s slow, rhythmic, “lonely hating self medicating” then the burst, “gotta make a better choice of my time” I heard that, it just resonates with the constant cycle here. Log in to Reply Cordless 4/8/2016 - 11:45 pmFavorite line in “All The Rest”:“Normal people call me abnormal because I’m pissed”. Log in to Reply Alan Ominous 4/8/2016 - 11:47 pmHeh, mine too. I really like how in the context of the verse that’s his pick up line. Log in to Reply Cordless 4/8/2016 - 11:55 pmThe whole mindset of “All The Rest” made me wonder if that’s the awful feeling of dread you have when you’re driving home for the weekend and getting more miserable about being there.Or am I way out of line by guessing that? Log in to Reply Alan Ominous 4/9/2016 - 12:09 amYeah, that whole verse cuts a bit deep. Log in to Reply Alan Ominous 4/9/2016 - 12:12 amRight down to “anticipating and imitating…” It’s so repetitive it almost feels scripted Log in to Reply Cordless 4/9/2016 - 12:28 amSorry if you already answered this somewhere else and I forgot…. Have you ever tried writing music lyrics of your own, as an awesome way to vent about things?Imagine: Venting and making art at the same time.And since you can play guitar (even if it’s just a few chords, whatever), you can also write music to go with it. Log in to Reply Alan Ominous 4/9/2016 - 12:49 amI do regularly. I have a ton of notebooks of lyrics, poems, etc Log in to Reply Cordless 4/9/2016 - 12:51 amPerfect. Me too. 🙂 Log in to Reply Alan Ominous 4/9/2016 - 12:56 amI figured as much 🙂 our similarities are pretty outstanding. Log in to Reply Alan Ominous 4/9/2016 - 12:54 amWindshield is so iced up. The fuck is this weather in April? 94 from Benton Harbor to Chicago is just a demolition derby Log in to Reply Cordless 4/9/2016 - 1:07 amIt was snowing here, on and off, for much of the day.I can’t imagine what 94 would be like in weather like this. Log in to Reply Cordless 4/9/2016 - 1:12 amMorbid joke: As I was driving home today, I saw all the snowflakes and couldn’t believe how many there were. Then I thought “Of course it looks like a lot. You’re seeing TWICE AS MANY.”Ha! Log in to Reply Alan Ominous 4/9/2016 - 1:19 amYou always see double? If so , can you take a look at my bank account? Log in to Reply Cordless 4/9/2016 - 1:23 amFor best results, let me look at your bank account when I’m driving at night. Because I’ve been seeing triple or quad. (I think it’s the high contrast between the blackness and the glare of the headlights against the reflective signs.Freaked me out Thursday night… I’m used to seeing double when I drive, but then I realized I could see four of each road sign, each stop sign, each road-curve sign, and the white line at the edge of the road. It was almost like looking into one of those kaleidoscope things.Certain wise people have pointed out that I probably shouldn’t be driving, but what the hell. Log in to Reply Cordless 4/9/2016 - 1:31 amIt’s the freakiest thing, just looking at this text I’m typing.I see three lines of text. There’s the actual one I’m typing, then I can see a ghost image both above and below it. Three total. It’s like I’m typing in triplicate. Log in to Reply Alan Ominous 4/9/2016 - 1:32 amShit, on the flip side, I can’t even estimate how much I’ve spent trying to see triple.Anyways, can’t be much worse than the idiots I see daily. We actually had a guy, sitting in the road with his left blinker on waiting to turn. Punk kid put his Camaro under the trailer at 65, never even touched his brakes. Yeah he died. Then his parents tried to sue. Log in to Reply Cordless 4/9/2016 - 1:48 amThat must have been a pretty mangled sight. Log in to Reply Alan Ominous 4/9/2016 - 2:05 amWell, I’m kind of a “car guy” I couldn’t have identified it as a camaro. Log in to Reply Cordless 4/9/2016 - 2:07 amOuch. Log in to Reply Cordless 4/9/2016 - 1:43 amWunderground says it’s 29 degrees out there right now, with 31 mph wind gusts. That’s gotta be hell on high-profile vehicles. Log in to Reply Alan Ominous 4/9/2016 - 1:51 amDude, first week out here. I had a 40,000 pound load. Total weight…78,000 some. Yeah, I hit a blizzard on Donner Pass. That’s fun. Go too slow, you’ll bog down and get stuck, too fast you’ll lose it, slide off the edge. Log in to Reply Cordless 4/9/2016 - 2:09 amThat kind of stress would put me in the loony bin quicker than you can say “frosty balls”.Heh.Imagine driving on slush like that, with 31mph wind gusts, AND seeing anywhere from two to four of everything. Log in to Reply Cordless 4/9/2016 - 2:20 amP.S. Frosty Balls are different from Chocolate Salty Balls.youtube.com/watch?v=ACDOBjPHqb8 Log in to Reply Alan Ominous 4/9/2016 - 2:21 amBeen there, we don’t exactly get sick days. Twice I’ve stopped mid transit due to illness, usually I just take a double dose of toughen up buttercup.Then there’s nights like , last week I think? Week before maybe? Where I’m so out of it, feels like I’m not moving, but just my surroundings are.Kind of irritated. Had to plug my phone charger in. So no music for awhile. Seems if I have the charger and the AUX plugged in I get horrendous feedback. Shitty.I was just about to switch gears to Blues Traveler, Counting Crows etc. Playlist. My soft 90s jams. 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