I thought this would be a cool title.
And they got rid of the "Jumping Cats", so I put up "Bread".
As much as I like to bash dances, I do enjoy them.
Maddie and Angie's comments were funny for the last dance post.
24 was today. I did Platinum with Hong and Ben. It was fun.
Whatever. Anyway, I had a lot of fun, and I got to miss part of school. And when you lose in normal 24, people are like "oh well that's because you suck" but when you lose in platinum people are like "oh well that's because you were doing platinum". What people have trouble doing something they assume is hard. No one knows what they're doing when it comes to platinum. It's just a matter of deciding to do it.
But the people are nicer. The people I was playing were very nice. When someone realized they made a mistake, the other people at the table were hoping they didn't. One person had the answer at our table but got it the wrong way and was having trouble. The other person and I were agonizing, hoping they got it. When you have like six people playing and you already know who's going to win (Emma and Ben), people lighten up and are themselves. The normal 24 people are more competitive. I heard people yelling.
I love Platinum.
Tim helps me analyze music, though I doubt he realizes it. HSB has helped me figure out the instruments in music, as well as what the composer was thinking when he made the piece.
For instance, Phantom is like a rock song. That's what Weber was basing it on. Though most of you know this already, I heard this song for the first time today. In HSB.
It's like seeing a song from a different side. Like normally you're used to seeing a song from the top, but by making it higher, you see the bottom, a part that used to be blocked by the top parts.
Thank you, Tim.
Check back at 10:15 or so.
And that's why drugs are bad.