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Skull 5010xx 6x6, Flat Head BSP, Shearling L.L. Bean Boots

What's good, HB? Help me pay for a new pair of denimz! Please follow this link for more photos. [URL] My lighting setup is pretty sketchy, but I think that the colors are fairly accurate. [B]-Paypal only, preferably marked as a gift (or you can shoulder the additional Paypal transaction fee.) -Prices include domestic shipping

2 Weeks ago in Apparel

Anyone go to Sasquatch this year?

Just curious. I've gone for the past three years...but couldn't make it to this one. Rather unfortunate, really, since it was (in my opinion) one of the best overall lineups. Thoughts?

2 Weeks ago in Music Discussion

[FS] Xbox 360, 4 games, extras

I have had this console for about two years, but I haven

2 Weeks ago in Other Goods

The Avett Brothers

These guys are really talented. They've gotten some flak for going to a major label and their newest album might pander to the masses a little more than their previous work, but it's still really good. Anyone else hear them? [URL]

2 Weeks ago in Music Discussion

Today is my 18th birthday

Would anyone like to go to prison with me?

2 Weeks ago in Off Topic

Does your ride have a name?

My 1995 Camry station wagon is known by many as the one and only Sillymobile. No mobile is sillier.

2 Weeks ago in Automotive

Netflix Instant Watch

What movies do you recommend for watching whenever lkjsahdaksjdhakdsd tonguefacesmokeyfacetonguefacesmokeyfacetongueface?)&)

2 Weeks ago in Entertainment

[FS] Korg Electribe ER-1

[B]I bought this Korg Electribe ER-1 a couple of months ago but have since decided that it's not what I'm looking for. The unit is in great condition, with just the expected signs of normal wear. Everything works great, and this thing is a lot of fun to mess around with. I'll include a generic power adapter, but I no longer have the box. The manual can be found online here: [URL][/B] [B] Here are some details from the owner's manual: [/B] Korg ER-1 - The Korg Electribe ER-1 is an analog modeling drum synthesizer that combines great sounds, fantastic flexibility and hands-on control. The ER-1 is part of the first generation series of Electribes. This include the Electribe ER-1 Electribes is programmed by pressing a step in a sequence and assigning it a value, or by putting it into loop mode and playing and tweaking a rhythm or melody until you get it the way you want it. The ER-1 is one of the stronger of the Electribes. It provide ten possible rhythm parts; four analog modeled voices, two audio-in parts, 2 hi-hat parts, and crash and clap parts The analog-modeled sounds, are very flexible. Each voice can be edited to create bass drum sounds, toms, noise snares and more. You can even program simple bass and synth sounds, though, because the ER-1 is designed to be a percussion synth, programming melodies on it can be a chore. ER-1 synth voices are fun to tweak, you can create token analog sounds, but also weird new sounds that seem to be a side-effect of trying to make a digital synth sound analog. The audio-in parts are especially welcome, because they have become a rarity on modern equipment, but provide a great deal of power. Plug a cheap synth into one of the audio ins, program a rhythm for the audio part. Then play some chords on the synth, and the ER-1 will rhythmically gate the chords, making even a cheap synth sound very cool. Once you've programmed the sounds you want, you can create arrange the sounds in a mix. Each sound can be panned, and its level can be set as needed. Once you've got everything tweaked, you can create patterns, and then arrange them into songs. One appealing feature of the Electribes is that you can combine "motion sequences" with your patterns. Motion sequences record your knob twiddling, so that sounds can evolve and move throughout the pattern. You can use this to bounce sounds around the stereo image, to change the pitch of sounds, and much more. [B]On to the pictures:[/B] [Image] [B]I'm asking $150, but any reasonable offers will be entertained. Don't hesitate to throw me an offer! Also, I'd be willing to trade for other such devices. Especially an Akai XR-20. I accept Paypal (+4%), or money order. Shipping costs depend on location. I live in Portland, OR. if you're near and would like to try it out.[/B]

2 Weeks ago in Other Goods


Just got back from Turkey. what a cool place. i was in Ankara, ever been?

2 Weeks ago in Off Topic

N|gga flip

[URL] Has anyone mastered the art of the n|gga flip? Edit: since when has hb been edited? Haha

2 Weeks ago in Off Topic

Goontrain lul

Random find [URL]

2 Weeks ago in Off Topic

Passion Pit

Shit just makes me feel happy [URL]

2 Weeks ago in Music Discussion

Battlefield 2

Anyone play BF2 on PC? I'm always down to hit up some Daqing or Sharqi in a chopper and decent gunners are hard to come by nowadays. Get at me

2 Weeks ago in Gaming

U2 - No Line On the Horizon

Didn't see a thrad. Does anyone still even listen to U2? Anyways, new album drops the 2nd. It's streaming on their gayspace... After a quick perusal I'm still pretty sure I like their earliest stuff a lot better than this malarky.

2 Weeks ago in Music Discussion

Sasquatch 2009 Lineup

Saturday, May 23th Kings of Leon / Yeah Yeah Yeahs / The Decemberists / Animal Collective / Bon Iver / Devotchka / M. Ward / Doves / Sun Kil Moon / The Gaslight Anthem / King Khan & The Shrines / Ra Ra Riot / Shearwater / Passion Pit / Mt. St. Helens Vietnam Band / Vince Mira / Blind Pilot / Owl City / Arthur & Yu / Dent May & His Magnificent Ukulele / Death Vessel / Hockey Sunday, May 24th Jane's Addiction / Nine Inch Nails / TV On The Radio / Peter Bjorn and John / of Montreal / The Avett Brothers / Calexico / M83 / The Airborne Toxic Event / The Walkmen / The Wrens / St. Vincent / The Dodos / John Vanderslice / The Submarines / Viva Voce / The Builders And The Butchers / AA Bondy / Fences / Point Juncture, WA / Jon Benjamin Monday, May 25th Ben Harper and Relentless7 / Erykah Badu / Silversun Pickups / Fleet Foxes / Gogol Bordello / Santigold / Grizzly Bear / Explosions In The Sky / Girl Talk / Blitzen Trapper / The Knux / Monotonix / Bishop Allen / Black Moth Super Rainbow / Beach House / Mugison / The Dutchess And The Duke / School Of Seven Bells / Horse Feathers / The Pica Beats / Loch Lomond / BLK JKS Eehhh. I'm seriously underwhelmed. Although I haven't heard some of these bands, none of the headliners are really my steez and the overall lineup doesn't really compare (in my opinion) to last year's or the year before |0

2 Weeks ago in Music Discussion