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heavy metal poety [sic]

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Recently, a talented new member of the Clock Crew, heavy metal, posted some of his artistic musings on the Clock Crew forums. I felt inspired to do a dramatic reading of them. In the interest of integrity, I decided to preserve heavy metal's artistic approach to grammar and spelling -- case in point, the title.

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How sweet

This was a very interesting experiment from you, especially for such a serious tone. The best one was by far the "9/11/01" one, a very moving and deep song. Yeah, you threw in some visual jokes and word jokes but I still got a high feeling of art due to this. It is great people try to put real emotion into their work even if the presentation is a little goofy. An impossible object as an icon is however sophisticated by nature. It was also neat to be able to select the parts, and it was not scene select like.

Funny stuff

I don't know how I missed this one, but here I am after review your animations. Strange, you are truly a flas[h]piration.

Quite goode.


Well done. You are a silly one. I laughed so hard, I cried. Great dramatic reading of heavy metal's poety, o Strange One. XD


that was f*cken funny lolololol i never liked poetry before in short it was f*ucken funny

Dot dot dot dot dot...

Ok. Did anyone else feel like part of that sounded like Antonio Banderas attempting to read poetry? Especially the dot dot dot parts.

But seriously... the reading was actually pretty good, better than I've heard at Terpoets here on campus. Seriously.

God that was awesome.