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The "Incredibly Impossible to Derail This Thread" thread
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5 December 2013
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I had a good Sinterklaas at Thursday! Quite pleased with my presents:

- A cushion with an owl on it

- A chakra bracelet with gemstones that have special powers, apparently

- A mini piggybank which was an owl. Very cute

- a face mask with cocos flavour

- a watch which is already broken.

- a necklace with a stone of which I don't exactly know what it's called in English. It's a brown stone. Tiger eye?

- A letter of chocolate

I didn't get THE book I was hoping for, despite my parents constantly telling me not to buy it, which I found very suspicious. I guess I just have to buy it myself then.

 

The rest of the week was pretty shitty. Had a lot of bad luck and I sort of broke down at school yesterday. I fell asleep during one class, because I was so ridiculously tired and stressed and when I awoke I started crying and couldn't stop. My entire class could see it, which made me feel embarrassed which led to more crying. Fortunately they're all adults and were all concerned about me and asked me what was wrong. It's just that there's too much going on and that I haven't really been myself nor have been feeling well about myself lately. To make it all worse I had to work in the afternoon and had an argument with my boss. Such a great day.

 

Well later this evening we're going to put up the Christmas tree and decorate the house so hopefully that will cheer me up.

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Can anyone recommend a decent music player that doesn't override your own labelling of tracks? On my old computer I had MusicMatch Jukebox which was brilliant, but I've been putting up with the Windows Media Player since I got this laptop because it's Windows 7 and MusicMatch doesn't work with it. It keeps fecking overriding my track labelling with garbage. It keeps putting the cover of a Love album on The Beatles at Candlestick Park! The 3rd disc of Purple Chick's Sgt. Pepper has the cover for the soundtrack of the dreadful BeeGee's film! It ignores track numbers and relabels them. For some reason it keeps relabelling How Do You It on one Purple Chick as Love Me Do (single version). A bunch of tracks on Purple Chicks Sgt. Pepper it keeps telling me are by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra! I hate Windows Media Player! Any suggestions for a free replacement would be much appreciated.

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A little self-indulgence. 

 

I made my first pie from scratch, sauce, pastry etc (admittedly not the chicken, salt etc as im not God), put it all together, baked it in the oven, ate it, and live to type this post. Woo-hoo. a-hard-days-night-john-1 I'm applying to be the next Nigella Lawson.a-hard-days-night-john-5

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mja6758 said
Can anyone recommend a decent music player that doesn't override your own labelling of tracks? On my old computer I had MusicMatch Jukebox which was brilliant, but I've been putting up with the Windows Media Player since I got this laptop because it's Windows 7 and MusicMatch doesn't work with it. It keeps fecking overriding my track labelling with garbage. It keeps putting the cover of a Love album on The Beatles at Candlestick Park! The 3rd disc of Purple Chick's
Sgt. Pepper has the cover for the soundtrack of the dreadful BeeGee's film! It ignores track numbers and relabels them. For some reason it keeps relabelling How Do You It on one Purple Chick as Love Me Do (single version). A bunch of tracks on Purple Chicks Sgt. Pepper it keeps telling me are by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra! I hate Windows Media Player! Any suggestions for a free replacement would be much appreciated.

Itunes is superior, hands down.  apple01  Never have problems. 

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meanmistermustard said
A little self-indulgence. 

 

I made my first pie from scratch, sauce, pastry etc (admittedly not the chicken, salt etc as im not God), put it all together, baked it in the oven, ate it, and live to type this post. Woo-hoo. a-hard-days-night-john-1 I'm applying to be the next Nigella Lawson.a-hard-days-night-john-5

I look forward to seeing the DVDs of your show on special at the local video store :)

 

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