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Professor Dum Dum, scientist of music, performs experiments in music and human behaviour. Living, breathing volunteers subject themselves to his verbal vivisection, helping all to understand what laymen call "absurdity." (Visit homepage.)
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|Nevermore||Insignificant||Dead Heart in a Dead World||Century Media Records|
|Whispering Gallery||My Final Hour on Earth||Poems of a Forgotten Dream||Killerwhale Records|
|Candlemass||Darkness in Paradise||Ancient Dreams||Metal Blade|
|Bethlehem||Tier ass den Mutterkatze||Schatten auf Alexander Welt||Redstram|
|My Dying Bride||To Remain Tombless||a Line of Deathless Kings||Peaceville|
|Paradigma||Sleep||Mare Veris||Head Not Found|
|Darkthrone||En Vind av Sorg||Panzefaust||Moonfog|
|Coph NiA||To Fix the Shadow||Shapeshifter||Cold meat Industry|
|In the Woods||Boogers in Three Nostrils||Three Times....||Misanthropy|
|Mourning Beloveth||These Mountains are Mine||Dust||Sentinel|
|Mercyful Fate||Devil Eyes||Live||n/a|
|Paradise Lost||BreedingFear||Lost Paradise||Peaceville|
|Theatre of Tragedy||The Masquerader and the Phoenix||Velvet Darkness They Fear||Century Media Records|
|Within Temptation||The Truth Behind the Rose||The Heart of Everything||Gun|
|Evensong||Cosmic Empire||Of Man's First Disobedience||Displeased Records|
|King Diamond||Living Dead||Deadly Lullabies||Metal Blade|
|Mercyful Fate||Mission: Destroy All Aliens||Return of the Vampire||Roadrunner|
|Mercyful Fate||A Dangerous Meeting||The Live Oath||n/a|
|Manowar||Valhalla||Into Glory Ride||Metal Blade|
|Jag Panzer||All Things Renewed||Mechanized Warfare||Century Media|
|Bloodthorn||The Embodied Core of Darkness||In the Shadow of your Black Wings||Season of Mist|
|Vanitas||Der Kurze Hoffnungsschimmer||Das Leben Ein Traum||CCP Records|
|Deathrow||Dragon's Blood||Raging Steel||Noise|
|Drautran||Gen Nifleim||Throne of the Depths||Lupus Lounge|
|Gloomy Grim||War||Blood, Monsters, Darkness||Holy Records|
|Korova||Der Schlaffman Kommt||Dead Like an Angel||Napalm Records|
Mon. 12/8/08 12:58am
Wow, Sky High sounds pretty damn good at this speed!
Mon. 12/8/08 1:13am
Doug in DC:
The sound of the third nostril opening.
Mon. 12/8/08 1:28am
nice set! the mercyful fate is like ice cubes in the cool drink your servin tnight prof.
Mon. 12/8/08 2:11am
loving your breadcast. yum. the theatre of tragedy was esp. great
Mon. 12/8/08 2:16am
oh hey manowar
this is p. good
Mon. 12/8/08 2:56am
Nick the Bard:
Taking into account that the elves live in a polar climate, you begin by cutting their living quarters from the main Santa compound. Then, loading them into a cargo container, which they should all fit into considering their size, you ship said container out the Saharah Desert.
Once there, the doors are opened, anda pile of tools, wood, and other building supplies are piled a few feet away. Being that the need to build toys is hardwired into them, they'd all run out (or at least the ones that didn't spill out first) and over to the pile to get to work, but as they're doing so, the sun and the heat work agaisnt them, causing their skin to split open and their bodies to explode due to their short stature, thick paddings of fat, and the extreme cold they were bred for.
Which brings up another point, that being that Santa is often refered to as a "jolly old elf". Unless this is some sort of metaphorical refrence and he is really a mutant dwarf, clearly he moved out from the woods and needing some sort of food source, bred a number of other elves with dwarves as a food source. At the same time, the polar elves started to run out too quickly, so he started having them build toys as an excuse to travel the world and start eating cookies that were left for him. BUt soon, he'll grow tired of the cookies, and start kidnapping children for his meals like the true monster he is.
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