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About blaaacdoommmmfan

  • Birthday 09/24/1982

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    Been a big metal fan since I was young. Listen mainly to funeral doom, doom and black metal bands but I do listen to other genres in metal e.g prog metal,thrash, etc
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    East of england
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    Listening to metal music

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    Cambridge, uk
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    Listening to metal music, DIY jobs around the house, graphic novels such as punisher, ghost rider, captain America,daredevil plus others. I used to write songs and definitely would like to pursue that again.

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  1. A fine tooth chainsaw would be easier no doubt. We have to go on a course to use those. A course they won't send us on. If I asked my manager about buying a recirc saw he would say no. So I just don't ask and buy. It's work related. As long as I don't injure myself all will be fine. Yes the silly who's best conversation. One DIY person put it well re the well known brands. Buy the tool you like the colour the best. Black and yellow reminds me of batman. Yellow for utility belt and black is the outfit. So I buy DeWalt. Also my dad uses DeWalt tools and always rated them highly
  2. The grate looks nothing like this because it's green. πŸ˜‰But that's what I'm cutting. We have to get a certificate to use the grinder but not for a recirc saw. So that's why I'm getting it. Your right though. Grinder would be the most obvious tool to use. All videos I've seen on YouTube are people using grinder to cut it up. Good tip re the blades.πŸ‘ Correct blade for the material Re that DeWalt. Looks handy with variable speed, and multi ways the blade can be put in. Are you saying adjustable shoe πŸ‘Ÿ is not so important. Some DIY people swear by them
  3. I'm thinking of purchasing a 18 volt recip saw also known as a sawzall. Has anyone got tips using these. apparently variable speed helps, adjustable shoe is good, correct blade for the material is obvious really, I've heard gloves can be good to get a good grip, I will be using it to cut up GRP fibreglass grating for work. I'm using a hacksaw at moment and it takes ages. Course I will get DeWalt because it's the best and Def not a fancy version of black and deckerπŸ˜‰
  4. I know that feeling dead. The bands that were previously good and then they lost it. So disappointing with those bigger bands who changed there sound to sell a few more records. It's even worse when I pre order an album after hearing couple of tracks then I dislike the other tracks on release. Fortunately most of time the music I like is so niche that I like the other tracks more. But there's the occasional album I get and I don't like it much. It's fortunately rare to happen. Who are bands you used to count in your top 5. One who fell of my list is Mettalica.
  5. Ok we agree to differ opinions on this one. Surely Mettalica would be improved if mustaine came back in some capacity like guitar or guitar and vocals. Surely.
  6. Re your baptism. Now I understand. You had as much choice as my son had when he got baptised. We won't force him to go when he's older. I stopped going for decades. That's another one. Talking about forgiveness is easy. Practicing it is much harder. Re the mannequin and the acdc t shirt. I guess that was you saying. This ain't for me manπŸ˜‰. My last vicar was a big motorhead fan which I thought was cool. Out of interest what's your favourite metal album cover with a religious aspect to it. Mine is spiritual healing by death. What a cover.
  7. Bit harsh on papa het. I preferred his old style singing on those classic first few albums. He had more energy in his vocals then. He's bit too croony for my liking these days but he's good singer. I think musically there not as interesting as they've been since cliff died. That's my main problem with them
  8. Hello again Zackflag. The power tool/colorado avs fan dudeπŸ˜‰ from all the interviews and documentaries I've watched about Mettalica I can say your right to a large extent that Lars and James h did mostly everything. However cliff was said to have a say if the song was suitably finished. Apparently he'd make them refine songs and improve them if they were not up to his high standards which lead to excellent music as far as I'm concerned. They don't listen to many but in cliff they listened. They respected his increased knowledge of music theory and his passion for complex melodies. I've no doubt if he'd survived that Mettalica would be making much better music than they are today. Also what kind of music would Mettalica be making if cliff lived? I'm guessing it would be other genres mixed with metal.
  9. Thanks for advice I think Simon Atan would be the man/fallen angel to help. πŸ˜‰ Slight Downside is I'd have to sell my soul to him. But at least cliff would return to Mettalica. πŸ˜†
  10. Ok I understand. If cliff Burton returned to Mettalica I'd listen to them again. Just slight issue with return πŸ˜‰
  11. Ok so it doesn't happen and good thing too. I can think of a few bands who tried changing the formula for an album before reverting back to type on all subsequent releases. Of course other bands like Mettalica changed there style and never fully went back to it. They've inspired a fair few bands though too change there sound in equally big ways. I've read in a few band interviews that the band thinks if Mettalica can change there sound so can they.
  12. One thing that winds me up about most Christians is how there almost all against abortion in most cases. Im a Christian but I think it's up to the female to decide. There has been cases years later where they've regretted having the abortion but still my view is not changed. Surely the best interest of the child is to have a committed mother who actually wants them. How do others see this? My view is right surely and there not right πŸ˜‰ it's a grey area I'm guessing but all this anti abortion stuff winds me up. I was asked to sign some anti abortion petition while back. My wife signed it and I would not.
  13. I almost never trust a band who's that popular like they are. Even if I liked them in the first place which I did not. The very idea of going to an arena to watch them mostly on a big screen seems kinda pointless to me. Changing there sound was what many bands do to sell more records and lose some fans in the process like you πŸ˜‰. Whats your favourite track album of theres. Du hast is very catchy but little too poppy for me. Would you be a fan of them again if they went back to industrial again? Would an apology from the band help. We're sorry we have given up on our roots but we won't do that again 🀣
  14. I used to think that queen music was incredibly dated but now it's become timeless for me and I like it. Maybe that's just me but maybe grunge music will become timeless too. you know that nirvana went very mainstream when even my mum requests nevermind album be put on the playlist for there recent 45 year wedding anniversary partyπŸ˜†
  15. That's alot of beer. 48 cans a week. I do forget some Aussies are super drinkers. I once drank 24 cans on the flight to New Zealand. My defense is it was a long flight 🀣✈️ At my work some people use the fuel card to fill up there own car but that is just stealing as far as I'm concerned. Last guy who got caught doing this was sacked.
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