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Heroes Community > Other Side of the Monitor > Thread: My Last Post At HC
Thread: My Last Post At HC This thread is 2 pages long: 1 2 · «PREV
fred79
fred79


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Undefeatable Hero
posted March 06, 2017 05:23 PM

Baronus said:
Good never day only evil.


cannot un-read.

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JollyJoker
JollyJoker


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Undefeatable Hero
posted March 06, 2017 05:38 PM

Just listened to that and had to think of you.

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Baronus
Baronus


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posted March 06, 2017 06:52 PM

Good never die. Only evil die. But spelling is near the same...

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Raenus
Raenus


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Grouchy curmudgeon
posted March 06, 2017 07:12 PM

Your farewell message was inspiring.

Fare thee well Markkur.

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Zenofex
Zenofex


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Kreegan-atheist
posted March 06, 2017 09:53 PM

So long. You'll be back when you realize that there is no need to leave the community behind. Until then - be at peace.

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OhforfSake
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posted March 06, 2017 10:45 PM

Best wishes Markkur.
I usually enjoy your posts very much, but I have gotten behind lately.
You'll always be welcome here.
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NimoStar
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Modding the Unmoddable
posted March 07, 2017 01:22 AM

But "this digital age" will erase your post in two weeks since it is on the Volcanic Wastelands...
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frostysh
frostysh


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WHY?
posted March 07, 2017 03:06 AM
Edited by frostysh at 03:08, 07 Mar 2017.

Baronus said:
I write true. Good never day only evil.From evil will be nothing.

Death is universal for the all good, and for the all evil. It is like a constant. And good and evil, this is a relative tendencies, and non-absolute. For good - evil is evil, for evil - good is evil. And "who is who", "who is more evil", "who is more good", etc,  and where is the truth, in the real life and sometimes is a something is a that very hard to realize - the history of mankind is the confirmation for that fact...
Baronus said:
So if our community are good never die! I see a lot of good here. First Markkur eg.
Of course, I have no doubts .
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Blizzardboy
Blizzardboy


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Pastry Chef
posted March 10, 2017 05:18 PM

I hate pain.

Good luck with your life.
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yogi
yogi


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of picnics
posted March 11, 2017 10:49 PM

peace be with you





youll be back
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markkur
markkur


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Once upon a time
posted January 30, 2018 09:57 PM

I thought I might as well cast Resurrection here and explain "then and now" instead of updating Rambling with Pain, etc.

"last post" entirely meant "Creating content that would mean that I would need to be the same dude I had always been here at HC."

In case, I am still not clear; I referenced "R w/ P" above but my motive was to help a soul later, it was not angst-venting, though nothing is wrong in that purpose - it's simply never my Spirit

Over the last months, here and there, I have stopped-in to see how you all are doing but have observed my stated-intent...till now.

The Tavern I think a great idea and a special place, if only we were all more-wired for it in these difficult days. Thus, as I searched for a solution to an H3 problem I have now and I saw my "Raccoon-tale" active? I thought...what? Why now?

Anyway, Artu & Fred cast Summoning and yeah....Vortexed

About my days now? A very strong spirit & focus blesses me and keeps my mind in very good-shape. TG

Mr. Artur-Ritis is nastier than ever and dominates my sorry-butt. However, as you can witness - every one of you matters and I can only wish my dragon would leave. Sadly, my Princess has to see and suffer my slow demise but her Spirit absolutely rocks. 2 can indeed become 1

For fun and a mental-therapy-focus, I turned most of attention to AARs (as JoonasTo mentioned) and have had some fun, but even there @ Paradox, I am yet again reducing my time spent. This high-dollar chair was negated quite some time ago...and now it has a broken right-arm.<jk>

Okay, maybe this sharing isn't exactly the fun I thought it might be but at least it's the real-deal.

My poetry has been pretty dormant but I am at least aware of that fact and "the song will not remain the same."

This will sound silly but lately I have been "remembering my guitars" and trying to get old-habits re-fired and I have slowly been getting my songs back and my skill to play them. I should explain that I never learned to read music and learned the instrument as a painter would learn to paint with brush & color in hand. Rebel-natures like mine are not easily convinced, that the old-ways are the best...working at learning music and all that means.

I've been exploring and creating a new tune of mine called; "Life is a Vapor" nuff said.

I'll hang out again but I need to be better disciplined. Rebel? yeah there's that.

Make it Great...all of you!




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JollyJoker
JollyJoker


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posted January 31, 2018 10:39 AM

That's kind of a coincidence, because yesterday I made my mind up to expand my - very small - collection of electric guitars (consisting of a 70s Strat, a 325 Rickenbacker, a Gibson SG and a Burns Brian May Red Special) by a Jackson, but I will face a very difficult decision here, because I'm tempted to try a 7-string, due to the deeper sound possible with that one (but try to teach an old dog new tricks, is what is making me wary here), but even if I go for a regular 6-string, it will still take some deciding, because there are so many models to pick from.

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markkur
markkur


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Once upon a time
posted January 31, 2018 04:04 PM

JollyJoker said:
That's kind of a coincidence, because yesterday I made my mind up to expand my - very small - collection of electric guitars (consisting of a 70s Strat, a 325 Rickenbacker, a Gibson SG and a Burns Brian May Red Special) by a Jackson, but I will face a very difficult decision here, because I'm tempted to try a 7-string, due to the deeper sound possible with that one (but try to teach an old dog new tricks, is what is making me wary here), but even if I go for a regular 6-string, it will still take some deciding, because there are so many models to pick from.

Hey old man.

I like new tricks here and there but the old tricks are often better.

You lucky man...I have to scrape to get new strings. Need 3 sets as I type. <S>

>>Burns Brian May Red Special<<

I know the rest but what in the heck is that?

7-strings? Nah, not for this kid - if you do not own one, get a 12-string? Now that's a change-up.

If you typically overlay guitar-tracks,(I did a three-guitar fusion many moons ago) it can make a fine backdrop.

I have a Fender-12 acoustic jumbo that I can PA. Btw, years ago I bought an old violin for 25$; the Bow was in great shape. Page-ref.
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JollyJoker
JollyJoker


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posted January 31, 2018 04:43 PM

From 2001 Burns Guitars out of London built a replica of Brian May's self-built guitar (he called "Red Special") under supervision of May himself (until Brian May Guitars took over production, but afaik, the latter currently doesn't do the Red Special).
It was competetively priced and offers quite unique sound-options.

The Jacksons come competitively priced as well, if you avoid a signature model.

12-string acoustic would be interesting as well, but a good one would cost a lot more than a decent Jackson. 7-string just offers a deeper bass string you can tune to a deep B (or even A), which is something to ponder about - although I doubt I'll go for it, eventually.

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