We are using VSee at the moment so everyone who wants to be on the podcast make an account. We have a chat room already set up and we will add you to it.
"Felicitations malefactors! I am endeavoring to misappropriate the formulary for the preparation of affordable comestibles! WHO WILL JOIN ME!"
*tough guys beat Plankton to a pulp*
This probably isn't a huge surprise, I have been saying it in lots of discussions. I will be back in Autumn, maybe sooner. I'll check for updates this afternoon and then I will leave. I have a very busy Summer. Goodbye everybody, this is easily my favorite website, and my favorite group and it sucks that I will be gone.
In-N-Out and Chick-Fil-La are overrated
For some reson when I play a score with a drumline battery, the app will play completely wrong sounds (whistles for tenors ,bongos for snare, etc,) I've tried to re download the app twice but I get the same problem.
Does any one know a fix?
I (and my choir) want to add "Elanor Rigby" (Version King Singers) to our program. I've been looking for a midi - file to create rehearsal- aids, found nothing!
Soooooo - I tried the pdf - converter and actually did get a mscx - file back, only I can't open it. Apparently it was created with MS 3.0
I'm running Ubuntu 18.04 with MS 2.3.2 No matter what I've tried so far ,y computer refuses to update to MS 3.0
Any chance that anyone can / will / would help me and convert the mscx - file to midi?
Thank you so much in advance.
Coming from a Christian, I have mixed views. Religion is fine and dandy, but RELIGION KILLED JESUS. (And hundreds, maybe thousands, of others)
The Pharisees, who were religious leaders, felt Jesus was violating their religion. They killed him.
But religion has also molded much of the future for us (I don't think I said that right :P)
You know, prayer, reading Scriptures, meditating on it, that has helped me A LOT. Does that count as religion? I have no idea! So, I dunno.
I think religion is the pursuit of righteousness.
I think that religion is good, but discriminating people who don't follow it? Not good. It is good, but being too legalistic? Not good.
It's good, but humans messed it up.
For me, it's not religion that's important, it's relationship. With Jesus.
For me, being a Christian is not trying to pursue righteousness and religion, but a relationship with God.
What's your take? :P
(btw, I'm not separating Christianity and religion, but being religious and being Christian )