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I finally got the about page back online which explains a few things about the site as well as a more detailed list of my songs. Thanks to the coolness of Movable Type, you’re able to leave comments on the songs as well.

Posted on - November 26, 2002 [at] 6:41 pm by Brad
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My songs have finally been approved and put online on my MP3.com page so if for some reason you really want to hear streaming crappier versions of my songs, you now have that option.

Posted on - November 26, 2002 [at] 1:20 pm by Brad
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Slowly I modify this website, hooray for me.

When I sat down to figure out a web design, I wanted something really colourful, with hearts and rainbows, but grey was the best I could do. Maybe in the next design when I’m rich and can pay someone to do it for me.

The new song notification list is back on the sidebar. Now I have to get the faq and other crud back online and the site will officially be back to normal. Hooray for me again!

Posted on - November 22, 2002 [at] 10:15 am by Brad
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I’ve been thinking that maybe instead of bothering to deal with redesigning this site I should consider a more long term solution, such as building a giant, deadly robot that I can use to destroy other webmasters, leaving their vacated web designs up for grabs.

The other bonus of this method is that I could probably adapt the robot to get other things for me like original artwork, recording equipment and food, whereas web design skills are pretty much useless in those areas.

Posted on - November 18, 2002 [at] 1:23 pm by Brad
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It is the 26th anniversary of my existence today. How about that.

Posted on - November 14, 2002 [at] 9:01 am by Brad
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Over the weekend I updated my page on mp3.com so that I could receive more spam from them. The songs are still awaiting approval. The only noteworthy part of the whole process was my retarded difficulty with the genre options I was given.

I don’t like to be a wuss about categorizing my stuff. I realize labels make things easier for people, so I’m okay with that. I have a bit of difficulty deciding where my stuff fits even when I can make up my own genre names or cobble two or three together.

While adding it on mp3.com, I was trying to categorize my song “Overreacting”, which in my head I think of as some sort of funny/sad ballad kind of thing. It has a guitar solo in it too, complicating matters a bit. Okay, I’ll put it down as a “ballad”, I think.

But there’s no category for ‘ballad’. There’s nothing even remotely sad, except maybe under the Easy Listening category (Mood Music? Love Songs?). I could re-do it with acoustic guitars and put it under Folk, maybe. Hmm.

So I’m thinking this over, wondering where all the other soft piano-y (sort of) songs go and I scroll down to the Metal category and see these listed:

Metal – Alternative Metal, Black Metal, Dark Ambient/Noise, Death Metal, Doom/Stoner Metal, Gothic Metal, Grindcore, Heavy Metal, Industrial Metal, Instrumental Metal, Metal Cover Songs, Metalcore, Nu-Metal, Power Metal, Progressive Metal, Rapcore, Spiritual Metal / Christian Metal, Thrash/Speed Metal.

Jesus Christ, man! I enjoy metal as much as the next jerk, but save some genre names for the rest of us, guys. I’m just trying to find somewhere to put my gay piano song over here.

Posted on - November 12, 2002 [at] 9:35 am by Brad
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It’s been a busy week here at Brad Sucks headquarters. My website Stripcreator reached its 100,000th created comic strip, which despite my best efforts has triggered some sort of wave of nostalgia in me. Almost two years of running that site, over 100,000th comics. Very strange.

I spent more time than I should have reworking my other site In4mador and I’m not quite done yet, though I think it can probably coast as-is for a little while.

I still need to whip this Brad Sucks page into shape, what with its default web design and all.

Posted on - November 8, 2002 [at] 10:16 am by Brad
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