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  • Esteban Meneses - Perhaps the very best Rock concept album ever created.

    Perhaps the very best Rock concept album ever created in the history of mankind. This is the story of a boy who grows up to be a Rock Star who eventually goes crazy because of isolation. Roger Waters, the main composer and lyricist was inspired by the isolation he though he felt when he performed live, the distant space, the difference between the audience and the band (Pink Floyd) performing.
    Almost the whole story is flashbacks and memories of his past life. He remembers that his dad was killed in WWII. Then he remembers that when he was in school his teacher was very mean to him, he ridiculized him, so he wanted to rebel against him and the whole system of the school, here comes the well-known song Another brick in the Wall pt. II (this whole rebellion never took place in fact, it was just young Pink's will). We are also told that when the teachers got home at night they were beaten and scolded by their wives (this tells us that they took revenge against the students). Then comes a description of Pink�s mother. She was way over-protective, she didn�t let Pink develop by himself, as it should have been. She helped to build this �Wall�. A psychological wall that kept him from the others, isolated him, and kept him from having a normal life. Her mom ironically turns out to be a brick in the wall, so does the school and the teacher. The song Good-bye blue sky can be interpreted as a change in Pink�s life, he�s moving on (could be from his childhood to his life as a teen). Pink knows that the wall harms him, isn�t good for him, nevertheless, he feels safe behind the wall (normal behavior, it is easier for us to turn away from our fears than to face them). Then Pink tries to call his wife (in the present, his wife lives in England, he is in the US) and finds out that she�d cheated on him, was with someone else. In the song �young lust� he is looking for a groupie to pick up. He gets himself a nice groupie/slut and takes her to his hotel which is somewhere in LA. In the next song he is talking to the groupie and society: he says he doesn�t wanna be left and he needs them. In the next songs he realizes, or thinks that everyone and everything in his life so far has been just bricks in the wall, meaning that it all has harmed him psychologically.
    The death of his father influenced his life a lot and caused an inrreversible psychological harm. In the song �comfortably numb� the tour manager (Pink is on the road) walks into his room and sees that his is as stoned as hell, then a doctort comes and shoots an injection into his arm to make him feel normal again. He then tells the sensation of being numb and the feelings reeled in him. He is brought back to normality and goes to perform at the concert, the song is the same as the first one (the one he performed in the other concert, at the beginning) but he starts insulting and discriminating the audience, however, they don�t seem to care. The next song is part of the concert, the song �waiting for the worms�: the worms symbolize the decadence of Pink, his dacat, what the wall has done unto him. In the song �stop� he says that he�s had enough (he�s still in the concert) and wants to go back to his home, take off his uniform and leave the show, but he was waiting in that prison cell (the way Pink sees the concrt or even his life) beacause he wanted to know if he�d been guilty all the time. Then come the song �the trial� which is a psychological trial (there really is no trial, it�s all going on inside Pink�s head) in which he judges himself, the main characters of the opera who�ve helped to build the wall (his mom, the teacher, his wife) are questioned and at the end the judge decides that he is guilty and sentences him to be exposed before his peers and to tear down the wall. This part is interesting, because Pink�s punishment is to be taken out of the wall (the wall torn down) but this IS GOOD FOR HIM. He realizes he�s been guilty for letting the wall be built. In the next and last song �outside the wall� (whose lyrics go �all alone or in two�s the ones who really love you, walk up and down outside the wall. Some hand in hand, some gathered together in bands, the bleeding hearts and artists make their stand. And when they�ve given you their all, some stagger and fall, after all it�s not easy banging your heart against some mad bugger�s wall.�) we are told that the ones who love and care about Pink are outside the wall, which is natural, so is heSo we see that the story has turned full circle, Pink is back behind the wall again, and it is always gonna be this way, if he eventually manages to get out of the wall again, he will be back behind it. To endorse this Pink Floyd (the Band) decided to play a little bit of the music that closes the opus (it is a harmonica, I think, playing quietly in the background, right after Outside the Wall�s lyrics are all sung) in the very Beginning of track 1 of DISC I (�In the Flesh?�) and there is even a hidden message (the first part in disc II, the second part in Disc I) which says �this is where we came in�.
    Well that�s it, if you�re still reading, thank you for reading cos it took me a long while to type all this babbling!

  • kadzy "tech freak" - lenovo yoga 11

    coming from a pc with windows 8 upgrade, this is a sizeable windows 8 experience improvement. It does absolutely everything that I need without undue wait time. did not think that I needed office as I have managed to get by without it for some time, somehow I find myself using it anyway and this version (vs @ work) has a cleaner interface that I easily got used to.

    I am just guessing that others are more of a power user than I am. for browsing, streaming and social media, I have no complaints. IE 10 seems to work much better here than on my pc, though using favorites is still terrible, nothing against Lenovo here.
    the screen is very good, keyboard for my large hands is surprisingly roomy, my one complaint/problem being double letters in a word, sometimes come up as single, maybe I have a lazy typing style as when I am more deliberate, it's perfect.

    as for weight, maybe it is heavier than a 10" tablet but honestly its easier to hold when laying in bed than my old android unit. I straighten it out verticaly (screen above keyboard) and put the edge of the keyboard on my chest. this places the screen about 8" higher and this makes viewing much more comfortable for my neck and easier on the hands.

    I was hesitant to get a tegra powered tablet and was going to wait for the atom powered units to drop to my price point ($450) but I took the plunge on the strength of some reviews and Lenovo's reputation for quality. absolutely no regrets. really appreciate the larger screen, wonder if I will ever use my laptop again. getting an honest 11 to 12 hours of use...incredible since I have been downloading like crazy and playing with everything to get it set up the way I want. the next task is to increase the number of rows on the live tile page...more than enough screen for 4 rows (up from standard 3)
    I'll come back and update if I come up with some significant negatives but so far, exceeding my expectations.

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