GAY Who are the Flatboi Downs-Pt II

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toronto campus turned me into a poof
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I have roughly 16.5 hours to train 3 separate models to predict the DC housing market and, roughly 2000 lines of code in, I'm nowhere close.

and then the 30-page report associated with my findings is due 24 hours after that. school just boning me for fun at this point.
 

Strings

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A quick snippet about Black Sabbath's Sabotage album. Ranked 6th in order of their best.

6. Sabotage (1975)
The last of the run of great albums (the fact you can see drummer Bill Ward’s underpants through his wife’s red tights on the cover is a handy metaphor for a band that was about to lose its grip), and still fantastic. Symptom of the Universe barrels along, before reaching a fabulous acoustic section – it is an album full of invention. And Osbourne, rarely an expressive singer, was at his best here.

:lol: at the Bill Ward part.
 

Strings

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1. Master of Reality (1971)
Master of Reality was Black Sabbath’s most subtle album yet and their most bludgeoning. Ward’s jazzy drumming – somehow swinging and precise – propelled even the most straightforward of the tracks. (Children of the Grave would be a pretty good boogie without Ward; he makes it monstrous.) The previous album was called Paranoid, but this was the one that sounded paranoid. The cause was perhaps the subject of the album’s opener, Sweet Leaf, on which a looped cough gives way to an Iommi riff so brutal that it is almost a caricature, before Osbourne spends several minutes explaining just how much he likes weed. A masterpiece.
 

Immigrant

full of tales of hot tail
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A quick snippet about Black Sabbath's Sabotage album. Ranked 6th in order of their best.

6. Sabotage (1975)
The last of the run of great albums (the fact you can see drummer Bill Ward’s underpants through his wife’s red tights on the cover is a handy metaphor for a band that was about to lose its grip), and still fantastic. Symptom of the Universe barrels along, before reaching a fabulous acoustic section – it is an album full of invention. And Osbourne, rarely an expressive singer, was at his best here.

:lol: at the Bill Ward part.

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HipHugHer

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I'd really rather rescue these guys though.

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So I got a brown and a white. Can get good pics in the coming days.

The brown isn't actually brown but rather a 3 or even 4 tone ranging from brown and tan to cream white to areas of almost blue-ish gray. Have to think a while for a good name for that one.

The white is pure, blinding, albino/snow white with bright, almost electric pink eyes. Basically like a giant lab rat and thusly has been so bequothed the title Super Raton.
 
Gravies: OOD and nukes