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Jun. 3rd, 2005

~ 66% Water ~ 62% Wind ~ 59% Earth ~ 74% Fire ~
I had my chance, I took a risk

I asked the wind to dance

Your colours are the deep green of the sea, and its exact opposite, the fiery red. You are likely emotional, romantic, passionate and have a hot temper. This makes you one impulsive individual. You could try wearing a Hematite; it enhances focus, balance and stability and thus brings you a bit closer to harmony.

In detail:

Your Heart Chakra, which is associated with the element of water and represents our sense of love and compassion, and your Ground Chakra, which is associated with the element of fire and represents our basic desires and driving force, are predominant.

Your Throat Chakra, which is associated with the element of wind and represents our desire to learn and communicate, and your Creative Chakra, which is associated with the element of earth and represents our need to preserve and grow, are not quite as prominent.

These are the results you will get if you score highly on...

None of the four elements: Balance Wind: Gust Fire: Blaze Water: River Earth: Valley Wind & Fire: Thunder Wind & Water: Clouds Wind & Earth: Canyon Fire & Earth: Lava Fire & Water: Tornado Water & Earth: Trees Wind, Fire & Earth: Storm Wind, Fire & Water: Stars Wind, Water & Earth: Forest Fire, Water & Earth: Avalanche All four elements: Harmony

My test tracked 4 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:

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You scored higher than 65% on water

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You scored higher than 3% on wind

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You scored higher than 42% on earth

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You scored higher than 73% on fire
Link: The Elemental Balance Test written by Nitsuki on Ok Cupid

And since nutmeg3 tagged me, I guess I'd better do this one, too...

List your current six favorite songs, then pick six other people that have to do the same.

At least it narrows it down to CURRENT favorites...

1) "After I Died" -- Dave Insley
2) "Companero Blanco" -- Andy Hersey
3) "Maricopa Mountains" -- Dave Insley
4) "Exception to the Rule" -- Dwight Yoakam
5) "Tangled Up In Blue" -- Bob Dylan
6) "Coldwater, Tennessee" -- Robbie Fulks

And now to tag... Hmmmm...

Am now six episodes into season two of FarScape. First season was really good. Second season TOTALLY RAWKS!


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Jun. 4th, 2005 06:45 am (UTC)
You could try wearing a Hematite;

As if you needed an excuse! ;-P

Current six favorite songs. Aw, man, that changes every minute...
Jun. 4th, 2005 04:25 pm (UTC)
I could use more hematites. I have more necklace ideas. :)

I know. I have a disc I made for myself called "songs I like" which I've been playing pretty exclusively at work (when I'm not listening to stuff I need to review), which has all but one of those above songs (which came out after I'd made it), as well as about 20 or so others which are "current favorites." I need to make a new one. :)
Jun. 6th, 2005 12:41 am (UTC)
<< Am now six episodes into season two of FarScape. First season was really good. Second season TOTALLY RAWKS! >>

Wait'll you see S3!

Btw and apropos of nothing... Remember when I was appalled that some yahoo hick guy was Country's second sexiest man, way ahead of Dwight? I think it was Dierks Bentley. Just. Not. A. Sexy. Guy.
Jun. 6th, 2005 12:58 am (UTC)
We're only up to "Dream a Little Dream," so we have a while until the end of S2. ;)

Dierks is kinda cute, but no, not sexy. He at least sings COUNTRY music, and for that I'll cut him a lot of slack. He's also working with one of the best steel players out there right now, so another big point in his favor.
Jun. 8th, 2005 01:26 am (UTC)
I've only heard a song or maybe two of his, and I confess nothing's stayed in my head. Lookswise, I just think he's doofy, not a patch on Dwight.
Jun. 8th, 2005 03:04 am (UTC)
I'd only heard his first single when Pete Anderson spoke very well of him to me, and I figured that was a good enough recommendation to buy his disc. He is good -- and the steel player I mentioned used to be Dwight's (Gary Morse).
Jun. 9th, 2005 01:09 am (UTC)
I was watching CMT while I edited today and realized "Got a Lot of Leaving To Do" is his. I enjoy it - it's catchy - but it never leaves me wanting more. A whole lot better than that rap-country train song, though.
Jun. 9th, 2005 04:33 am (UTC)
There's a rap-country TRAIN SONG?!?! =faints=
Jun. 10th, 2005 10:28 pm (UTC)
Frighteningly, there is. A guy named Cowboy Troy, part of that Muzik Masfia crew, plays what he calls hick-hop and does a perfectly idiotic song called "I Play Chicken with the Train." If you haven't heard it, count yourself lucky.
Jun. 10th, 2005 11:57 pm (UTC)
I try to avoid that whole group as much as possible. Real Country (the network) doesn't play anything their management doesn't deem "real," so a lot of the so-called country songs never make their playlist. The only Big & Rich that has graced the Real Country airwaves was Holy Water." I've had to deal with hearing some of their other songs here and there, but I've managed to avoid "Cowboy" Troy's music completely. Of course Gretchen gets play, but she's not bad, really.
Jun. 11th, 2005 04:19 pm (UTC)
Have you seen the video for "Holy Water"? It really creeps me out. They say it's for Big Kenny's sister and people like her, then introduce her, and then they show this video about pathetic people who've completely frelled up their lives. I have to wonder why they'd expose her vulnerabilities on TV that way. Like I said, creepy.
Jun. 12th, 2005 12:35 am (UTC)
Ew, no. I can't say I think all that much of the lyrics, anyway, but the vocalizations aren't horrible. It certainly didn't inspire me to actually BUY anything by them...
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