Finding Paul Miller - Full Feature. Mr. Wolf Magazine. Beginners Guide To Collecting Vinyl - Jeb Banner. I've gained some notoriety for my vinyl addiction, uh, I mean collecting.
Since I'm often approached for advice about buying vinyl, where to get record players, etc, I thought I should compile some of my advice into a post. This is by no-means a complete guide to buying vintage vinyl. If anyone is interested in some tips for buying new vinyl or turntables/vintage gear, let me know and I can put together a separate post on that topic. Condition My buddy Jason Yoder, who is probably the world's biggest collector of Indiana 45s- see www.indiana45s.com, has a good saying about vinyl condition which goes something like- "Condition is to vinyl like location is to real estate. " Vinyl- when inspecting vinyl look for scratches that break the surface. Grading- if you start buying records you will start to encounter grading.
Price This can be a real problem for the beginning buyer- how much should I pay for that Beatles record I want? Pressings Sometimes the original can be cost prohibitive. Saftig, grovt brød til helgefrokosten? - God Morgen Norge. Seks tips for raskere trådløst nett. Werner Herzog on death, danger and the end of the world. Some years ago, Werner Herzog was on an internal flight somewhere in Colorado and the plane's landing gear wouldn't come down.
They would have to make an emergency landing. The runway was covered in foam and flanked by scores of fire engines. "We were ordered to crouch down with our faces on our knees and hold our legs," says Herzog, "and I refused to do it. " The stewardess was very upset, the co-pilot came out from the cabin and ordered him to do as he was told. "I said, 'If we perish I want to see what's coming at me, and if we survive, I want to see it as well. Herzog's fictional features often entertain notions of civilisation fallen apart – from the mini-revolution in Even Dwarfs Started Small to the semi-abstract deserts of Fata Morgana to the psychotic barbarism of Aguirre, Wrath Of God.
In his latest documentary, Herzog faces death more squarely than ever. How to Make Your Voice Sound Better in Audacity. Articles - AlanAragon.com - Fitness Based on Science & Experience. Home | Champions | Articles | Research Review | AARR Login | Book | Blog | Contact Nutrition & Supplementation Nutrient Timing Revisited: Is There A Post-exercise Anabolic Window?
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Maybe it’s the striking artwork on the album covers, the feeling of resting a record ever so gently on a turntable, or that warm, vinyl sound. Producers Saul Gonzalez and Michael Garber took their cameras inside three record stores on the east side of town, where vinyl is very much alive. Watch below. I moved out here from the East Coast in the ’80s, and the whole L.A. scene just blew me away… I have had some of my most precious times hanging out at record stores. — Gary Calamar.
Roger Federer as Religious Experience - Tennis. Rob Tringali/Sports Chrome Antoine Couvercelle/DPPI/Icon SMI Federer at Wimbledon is meticulous, down to the hang of his blazer.
The Moments are more intense if you’ve played enough tennis to understand the impossibility of what you just saw him do. We’ve all got our examples. Here is one. Anyway, that’s one example of a Federer Moment, and that was merely on TV — and the truth is that TV tennis is to live tennis pretty much as video porn is to the felt reality of human love. Journalistically speaking, there is no hot news to offer you about Roger Federer. David Foster Wallace on Life and Work. Updated Sept. 19, 2008 11:59 p.m.
ET There are these two young fish swimming along, and they happen to meet an older fish swimming the other way, who nods at them and says, "Morning, boys, how's the water? " And the two young fish swim on for a bit, and then eventually one of them looks over at the other and goes, "What the hell is water? " If at this moment, you're worried that I plan to present myself here as the wise old fish explaining what water is to you younger fish, please don't be. I am not the wise old fish. A huge percentage of the stuff that I tend to be automatically certain of is, it turns out, totally wrong and deluded.