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High Quality Final Days

by Sam Scranton

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Hand-printed VHS box containing cassette and hydrocal-cast VHS. Designed by Oli Watt (may Pythagoras praise Oli Watt). Includes unlimited streaming of via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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Praise for High Quality Final Days “A warm blanket made from highest-quality lambswool for eternal warmth and comfort. A real desert island gem.” - Ken Murphy, President and CEO, Mattress Firm “Truly, a tape for the ages.” - David Cook, former CEO, Founder, Blockbuster Video Some people grow to be very old and very dead. But somehow, some of these people are still very famous today. That is because of high-quality. Let’s say you’re the best at something. You can pour your accomplishments into a cast-iron mold, wait for the mold to heat up (it might take a couple of minutes), and soon the scent of warm acrylic and eternity will begin to waft from the mold. This smell will beget a real thrill, but then you’ll realize you have to wait some more, which will be equal parts boring and exhilarating. However, your patience will pay off; within moments you will have an object, fashioned of yourself, ready for you to drop into the confusion, to make an offering of it, so to speak, to the life-force. High Quality Final Days is a motivational offering that can help you to understand the eternal consequences of discovering “what you love”, which is something that really can be discovered. “What ... you love” could be something like making a painting, making motivational tapes, being a business person. If you discover what you love, the universe can love you too, from the densest neutrino star to the fluffiest hydrogen clouds, from the event horizon of a black hole to a single Planck unit. Maybe your neighbors will love you too. High Quality Final Days is a journey and you will meet a lot of characters along the way (!!!), including: humans; overtone singing robot synths; the re-synthesized voice of my daughter, my partner, myself; Vicki, Samantha, Fred, Alex, and the whole Apple stock-synth-voice gang; and more. These characters will emerge from a blanket of sounds generated from their own essence translated into Sibelius playback, midi sounds, and software synths. The sounds will uplift, nourish, and set a real mood. Some of the sounds might heal; with Pythagorean moments, ancient solfeggio frequencies, and other inspirational modes mixed in for good measure, you could be operating entirely on another plane. Maybe at the end of this tape you will want to exclaim something like: “wow, what a difference this tape has made in my life.” - Samuel Robert Scranton, Founder, Department of Ceremonial Atmospheres more
released January 29, 2018 All tracks written, recorded, and mixed in an apartment living room by Sam Scranton Mastering and general mix beautification by Grayson Elliott Taylor Art and Design by Oli Watt Molly Roth Scranton appears on Tracks 3,7,9 Edith Emily Scranton appears on Track 2,9 Sugar Scranton appears on Track 4 Track 4 uses the following sounds from freesound: 272169__dethrok__cicadas.wav 319360__rohanpp786__1-mumbai-traffic.wav 383725__deleted-user-7146007__hand-saw-sawing-wood.wav 265627__director89__rain-atmo 170584__klankbeeld__terrace-ambience-01 256317__kodack__opening-soda-can.wav Special Thanks: Jeez, I couldn’t have made this thing without Molly.
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An assortment of local bands provide the background music and keep the festival lively, while delicious food demonstrations — that always include a sample of the dish prepared using wines — delights the taste buds. The festival also features fine art and craft vendors who add to the air of refinement and class.

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Sport Shop Located on the ground floor of the RPAC between the men's and women's locker rooms, the Sport Shop is your source for equipment check out, fitness gear purchases, court space and golf station reservations and toiletry samples. Welcome Center The Welcome Center is the main information center in the RPAC. Purchase fitness passes, guest passes , register for towel service and find any information you need.

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Family Hours Anyone holding a current membership can bring their spouse/partner and dependent children (under 18) who have been declared on their membership application for no additional charge during family hours on Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the RPAC and ARC. Family members must stay with their designated Rec Sportsmember at all times. Family hours are listed with the facility hours.

Scarlet Skyway The Scarlet Skyway connects the RPAC with theDepartment of Human Sciencesacademic building. There is a swipe access point from theDepartment of Human Sciencesbuilding into the RPAC. Lost and Found RPAC lost and found is located at the Welcome Center. For additional information regarding lost items, please view the document on this page. Lockers and Locker Rooms RPAC locker rooms are fully accessible withprivate showers and dressing rooms (soap and shampoo are not provided).Private changing roomsare also available.The RPAC featurescomplimentary day-use lockers and a lockerrental program. All locker rentals include towel service . Fitness Space The RPACoffers approximately 27,500 square feet of fitness space featuring state-of-the-art cardio and weight equipment .

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This is where we get to write all the stuff our clients don’t let us write. You could say it’s our place to blow off a bit of steam — and drop the occasional F-bomb.

In an earlier blog post, we briefly touched on the subject of active sentences and passive sentences. Usually called active voice and passive voice, this designation affects the meaning and effectiveness of almost any sentence.

Writers are constantly instructed to write in the active voice, but it’s not always easy to distinguish between the two. Here are some tips to help you along.

The Active Voice

In an active sentence, the subject of the sentence is performing the action. It is simple and straightforward and leaves little room for confusion. “Tommy loves Jill.” The subject of the sentence is Tommy and he performs the action, which is loving Jill.

The Passive Voice

In a passive sentence, the object of the sentence is moved to subject status, but the subject doesn’t perform an action. If we use the previous example, “Tommy loves Jill” is changed to “Jill is loved by Tommy.” It basically says the same thing, but the focus shifts from Tommy to Jill.

“To Be” or Not “To Be”?

Most writers are taught that creating sentences that use a form of the verb “to be” are passive and should be avoided. Most of the time, this concept is true, but not all the time. If you say, “I am lifting a box,” you are technically using a form of “to be” but you’re still using the active voice.

If you wanted to make that sentence passive, you’d say, “The box is being lifted by me.” These instances provide a challenge, but if you can keep in mind that in a passive sentence, the subject is not performing any action, it will help you keep them straight.

Is Passive Ever Ok?

Using the passive voice isn’t necessarily wrong, it just isn’t an effective way to present your point of view or thoughts to readers. Passive sentences are often awkward and clumsy and may seem vague. They tend to disrupt the flow and cause readers to stop and think about what they just read.

Sometimes, politicians use the passive voice for intentional vagueness. “Shots were fired.” “Mistakes were made.” These tell you what happened, but don’t tell you who took the action. There is no subject in the sentence. The evening news is a great place to hear passive sentences.

Some places where passive sentences may be the best option include crime reports, fiction writing and in scientific reports or journals. “The bank was robbed” works because the assailants are still unknown. In a crime or mystery novel, “The priceless jewels were stolen” might flow better than, “Someone stole the priceless jewels.” Scientists use it to maintain objectivity and keep themselves out of the equation and the results.

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