So I guess I have to change my name here....

Section 44 Records acquired our label Kiss My Asterix this week ... so I guess I should change my name here. Meg and I are burned out on the music scene right now and Section 44 will do the bands extremely well. I'm very happy that such a great organization is taking on our bands. It makes us feel good that they will be well taken care of ...

so anyone know how to change your name here or do I have to start a new blog???
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so what Fuckers!

You scored as Pissed at the World Cat. And here we have the next serial killer. Try having some cotton candy, it'll make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside, Psycho.


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hahah I'm Cordelia

Cordelia Chase
45% amorality, 81% passion, 45% spirituality, 27% selflessness
Cordy is one of those characters who's sometimes misunderstood. True, you have a healthy self-interest, and an interest in the finer things in life, but that doesn't mean that you don't have a heart of gold and a bit of passion in your soul.

In later years, Cordelia proved just how loving and good a woman she was, and (whether man or woman), I suspect you're kind of like her.


If you enjoyed this test, I would love the feedback! Also, you might want to check out some of my other tests if you're interested in the following:

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Thanks Again!

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You scored higher than 10% on spirituality

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You scored higher than 15% on selflessness
Link: The 4-Variable Buffy Personality Test written by donathos on Ok Cupid

Sometimes doing your best just has to be good enough...

I'm a perfectionist and I beat the shit our of myself if I don't do things perfect or if things don't go according to plan. I need to start taking care of myself for my future and for my family. If I keep going at this rate I'll destroy myself with stress and cause a major illness down the road ....

***deep breathes***

My best will have to be good enough!

MP3 dot com (old school version) is sorely missed ...

The loss of the old school version of MP3 dot com has been a critical blow to indy music (IMO). My band Kiss the Star used to get frequent traffic and attention from the site and I found a shit load of cool new music out there. Our label which has been up and running about 9 mos now is struggling big time. Our latest releases: Empire State Human "Cycles" and the 4x4 multi-band single concept are not selling and we're having a hard time getting finding our niche ... the loss of the Electrogarden Network has not helped either ... nothing has really cropped up with the same impact of either in my opinion. We have distribution through Metropolis and A Different Drum do fairly well with our releases but our direct sales to consumers in very low. We've yet to have a single release break even ... with Cosmicity "Definitive" and Elektrokuted being our best sellers to date ...

any one who is interested in checking out some tunes from the Empire State Human release should check out our My Space label area ... has 4 tracks from the album and they are an extremley polished dance act ...

Proof positive that there is no God and that people are LAME!

'Dukes of Hazzard' wreak havoc at U.S. box office
Sunday August 7 2:29 PM ET

The South rose again at the box office in North America as "The Dukes of Hazzard" raced to the top in its first weekend of release.

The big-screen adaptation of the 1980s TV show about two good' ol boys, their Dodge Charger and a buxom cousin, sold an estimated $30.6 million worth of tickets in its first three days, distributor Warner Bros. Pictures said on Sunday.

The film, which cost $53 million to make, opened at the upper end of forecasts. The studio's distribution president, Dan Fellman, said he would have been happy with a $25 million opening.