|Originally posted by Lebezniatnikov |
Ugh, 121 hours of work in nine straight days. This paycheck is going to be niiiiiiiiiiiiiice.
But I completely missed my Spring Break and now have two papers to write on Burma and the Comprehensive Peace Agreement in S. Sudan.
Oh, and I think I'm going to do a research project on the correlation between listening to trance and developing radical (and sometimes paranoid) political views. Because this place is getting crazy.
What do you do for a living?
I'm taking a philosophy class and I have chosen for our 5 person team paper "Avrim Noam Chomsky"... ! I wrote the outline, and they will follow it. Hopefully, it'll be good enough to post here.
What do you think about the changes of music taste over time? I have noticed, both of myself and some others, that when I first started listening to EDM, I wanted anthemic, Tiesto'y club trance, etc. Then as I got older, I moved to deeper trance, drum n bass, happy hardcore, etc. After that, I moved straight into progressive. I listen mostly to progressive trance, chillout, and drum n bass. So how does one explain a progression of tastes from the more mainstream to more and more underground sounds?