Monday, June 6, 2011

drummer for skillet

drummer for skillet. Cast iron skillet mar do you
  • Cast iron skillet mar do you

  • darngooddesign
    Mar 25, 03:12 PM
    Ipad3 plans are in the works...

    File that under "Duh".

    drummer for skillet. Pickles+the+drummer
  • Pickles+the+drummer

  • Aqua Bliss
    Mar 23, 04:52 PM
    Been waiting for an update from these guys for awhile, hadn't checked their site in a week or 2 and looked today and saw some new pics finally:

    The case looks really good (very iPhone 4-esque). This version works only with iPod Touch 4G - I'm definitely going to try this when it gets released.

    EDIT: wrong forum, sorry!

    drummer for skillet. Skillet - Awake and Remixed EP
  • Skillet - Awake and Remixed EP

  • elbirth
    Jan 9, 03:37 PM
    The keynote was terrible.

    It's called "MacWorld" yet there was nothing in there about the mac. Just this little toy that dosn't really interest me that much called the "iPhone" and the "Apple TV".

    I completely agree. I'm really wanting them to put up the video stream of the keynote so I can see if MacRumors had it right when they put this on the live coverage feed:

    9:18 am we're only talking about the mac today

    If Steve really said that, it's a flat out LIE. Nothing was about the Mac, except for devices that can interact with them. When I saw that, I just knew leopard and speed bumped Macs were just moments away.

    drummer for skillet. drummer skillet johncooper
  • drummer skillet johncooper

  • rotax
    Apr 4, 10:55 AM
    So because you don't like Financial Times it's okay for everyone that they are holding out iPad subscriptions. This is exactly what's wrong with you Apple fanboys.

    You should be penalizing Apple for allowing this to happen. but instead you jump for joy.

    It has nothing to do with liking or not liking FT. It has to do with Apple protecting consumers by requiring companies to give you the choice to opt in.

    I love that Apple is doing this. I wish they would actually make it an advertising point to say that they care about your privacy. If companies want your data they should offer a reduced price for your subscription and let you decide.

    I realize with location based services, providing a service and maintaining privacy is a slippery slope, but I think most consumers can see when the exchange of location data is necessary to provide the service and can choose to use or not use the service.

    One can debate all day long about the quality of technical services or capabilities being better than the other between say Droid and iOS, but I for one will happily pay for an OS, or a platform that protects my privacy over one that was designed solely to exploit it.


    drummer for skillet. Skillet Drum Solo - Jen Ledger
  • Skillet Drum Solo - Jen Ledger

  • TheSideshow
    May 2, 12:32 PM
    New malware is spreading through Google images to those who use Safari.

    Apple Support - Heads Up/Warning Mac Defender (
    Bogus MacDefender malware campaign targets Mac users using Google Images (

    drummer for skillet. with drummer Zoltan Chaney
  • with drummer Zoltan Chaney

  • poppe
    Aug 1, 12:35 AM
    Are you sure? By then you will get at least 1TB hard drives for 100$ (there are already 750GB drives on the market). I still would prefer the hard drive. Faster data access and easier handling...


    To me I think Discs need to me eliminated in all forms. No blue Ray no HD-DVD no dual layer anyhting.

    Lets just use memory sticks and Hard drives.

    Can you imagine if You Car stero no longer had CD player slots, but Say a new Credit Card size flash drive with 8 GBs... that'd be nice...

    To me the whole Disc format in every way is a pain...


    drummer for skillet. Drummer Jen
  • Drummer Jen

  • Matthew M.
    Feb 7, 04:12 AM

    drummer for skillet. new drummer, Timmy Jones.
  • new drummer, Timmy Jones.

  • TomSmithMacEd
    Nov 29, 01:08 PM
    If you are commenting on what you do, then its people like you that make the studios demand limits on legitimate customers like me.

    Imagine buying a car but the manufacturer keeping the wheels when you are not using it. Its stops car theft, but its a pain in the ass for the user.

    Stop pirating! :mad:

    Umm... that isn't pirating... He bought the dvd then ripped it for his own personal use.


    drummer for skillet. Team Drummer Looking for
  • Team Drummer Looking for

  • MrSmith
    Oct 18, 07:09 PM

    drummer for skillet. NYC Session Drummer Dylan
  • NYC Session Drummer Dylan

  • The ArchAngel
    Apr 7, 08:42 AM
    I got a weird bug. Sometimes my albums in the photos app go right to the top of the screen and show underneath the 'menubar' at the top so I can tap on it and open the first album in the list. If I pull it back down on the rubberband effect it still goes to the top of the screen?! I have to restart my phone for it to reset and its still hit and miss whether it works.

    I have experienced this twice since upgrading to 4.3.1. I also have a strange bug (much more frequent) where the title bar in the Mail app periodically shows no text, and the arrow buttons to move to the previous screen show no text either. Strange, but more an annoyance than anything.


    drummer for skillet. drummer Chad Sexton and
  • drummer Chad Sexton and

  • Mr_Brightside_@
    May 2, 03:17 PM
    Hey, for the past few days I've been trying to search using Advanced Search (so I can specify the Forum) and have received the following error (attached). I've also attached the input I give the search.
    Any ideas?

    drummer for skillet. HM#39;s 2008 Favorite Drummer
  • HM#39;s 2008 Favorite Drummer

  • richters
    Jan 10, 04:52 AM
    It is crying FOUL......




    drummer for skillet. Skillet#39;s Drummer, pre GIMP
  • Skillet#39;s Drummer, pre GIMP

  • paul4339
    Apr 27, 04:39 PM
    Why does it take a media storm for Apple to open up on an issue ? It would be so much better if they more forthcoming and frank before an issue snowballs.

    maybe because, often, it's not even an issue ... until the media makes it an issue.


    drummer for skillet. is Skillet+band+jen
  • is Skillet+band+jen

  • Glideslope
    Apr 28, 07:34 PM
    Apple should really diversify their suppliers anyway, which is what they look like they are doing. Cut Samsung supply by 50%, and threaten all of it if they don't get their act together. Surely Samsung doesn't think that that they can bring in this kind of revenue on their own merit. Outside of LCD televisions, Samsung has an image problem, and even that has only improved in the last few years.

    Bulls Eye. :apple:


    drummer for skillet. Rebirthing by Skillet
  • Rebirthing by Skillet

  • wesrk
    Feb 15, 02:38 AM
    What's with the hosting sites that try to get porn pop ups?
    FYI for those at work or in sensible areas

    drummer for skillet. Skillet - Awake and Remixed EP
  • Skillet - Awake and Remixed EP

  • iApache
    Oct 11, 06:43 PM
    Haven't changed mine in a while..

    - Got rid of icons
    - Fresh wallpaper


    drummer for skillet. skillet awake sheet music
  • skillet awake sheet music

  • mscriv
    Apr 7, 01:12 PM
    Got to convince some coworkers to buy this so I can try out multiplayer Warlords.

    That was such an awesome game. Basically, multiplayer breakout against each other. Still, it's not the same without the paddle controller. Joysticks, multi-touch, game pads, etc. just aren't as responsive.

    drummer for skillet. Skillet-LoriPeters2.jpg Lori
  • Skillet-LoriPeters2.jpg Lori

  • Hairball
    Apr 7, 07:48 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Mobile/8G4)

    25-30 years ago those were cool, even considered cutting edge, but compared with what is on the app store now, the Atari games suck. I'll pass. Not even worth 99 cents.

    drummer for skillet. Skillet is an American
  • Skillet is an American

  • barnaby
    Nov 29, 11:41 PM
    You don't speak for the rest of us, and the studios aren't interested in what you have to say because they're not making any money off you.

    The entertainment industry "earns" it's money. Seeing a movie is one of the cheapest "nights out" you can find. If it wasn't entertaining, people wouldn't go. You get bad movies every now and then, but the good ones more than make up for it.

    As far as putting limitations on digital content, that's their right. It is _their_ content. If they make the wrong decision, they'll come around when someone smarter makes the right one.

    We're in the process right now of figuring out DRM. The problem is, copying any digital media doesn't remove detract from the original. There is no incentive to be fair. DRM puts incentive, mainly convenience, in being fair.
    When it matures, it will be convenient to consumers and inconvenient to pirates.

    The cries of the entertainment industry fall on pretty deaf ears in my house.

    Yes, I understand that Universal, Disney, et al, are businesses and survive by making money, but let's not loose sight of one very important fact:

    It's entertainment. It is not necessary to the functioning of our country, culture, or lives.

    Food is. But look how little farmers get paid.

    Medical care is. But look how so much of the money we (or insurance companies on our behalf) pay actually goes to a facilities' or a doctor's malpractice insurance, not to them.

    Education is. But look how poorly-prioritized education is in this country.

    Work experience is, as a function of how it impacts one's ability to function competently and thereby either retain a job or to acquire a better one. But it's treated just as poorly as education.

    Entertainment is NOT. As a consequence, I don't plan for, nor do I budget for, any kind of entertainment concern.

    IF, and ONLY IF, there's a movie out that I really want to see, will I go to the theater to see it. And on average I probably go to a theater once a year.

    The very notion of licensing when it comes to anything other than a business deal or proposition is disgusting to me. I am not against the principle of intellectual property, but I abhor how the concept is realized in our society.

    I own probably something like 10 movies' worth of DVDs, and maybe 5 TV series' worth of DVDs. I think the last DVD I bought was The Incredibles, and that was to show my support for something I found to be superbly entertaining, and have watched multiple times.

    Most of the movies that I've acquired by "other means" I've pitched after watching them because, upwards of 80% of those instances of acquisition were instances of the acquisition of crap. So regardless of whatever legal status those materials may have been presumed to possess by others, I no longer have them because, for free or for a fee, I don't want 'em.

    The number of times I feel like Bartleby The Scrivener (that is, the character Bartleby) on a regular basis is increasing, and that's due to the fact that I perceive society to be further and further askew from what I personally accept or agree with.

    And speaking of HDCP and other DRM, DMCA, etc...

    I refuse to accept any of that. I also refuse to accept that I'm either going to have to buy some sort of an adaptor, or buy a new TV, just for the "pleasure" of (what is for me) the infrequent habit of actually watching TV. Yes, I fully realize that means that, at some point, I'll turn on the TV and all I'll get is snow because there are no longer any broadcast standards that my living room TV is compatible with. And you know what I'll do when that day comes? I'll go ahead and cancel my minimum-basic-TV (approx. $13/month) service, leaving only cable modem service. I'm absolutely serious about this.

    Perhaps if more people were like me, we could affect some kind of change in the broadcast industry and in Hollywierd, but any kind of "coming together for common good over common consensus" is incredibly arduous at best, and impossible at worst.

    Besides, when it comes to myself and a significant other, I can absolutely find a whole lot of other things to do than simply sit down and watch the boob tube.

    Lord Blackadder
    Jan 11, 04:49 PM
    Yea the last one was ridiculous, and crazy overpriced for what it was -the 4cyl was quoted around $30,000 and didn't have automatic *anything*, the seats felt like park benches, and it didn't have any of the nice interior features the 6cyl that cost 35+ did.

    It had cool trunk hinges and tail lights, though. And that 2.0T is a neat engine (I'm sad they are launching the 2011 with a 2.5.. wtf?!)

    When you talk about the "4cyl" are you referring to the turbo? Because I think the 1.8/2.0 turbo is a good motor, not necessarily out of place on a $30k car.

    I'd have to go back and look at the article again, but I'm sure the turbo will be available on the Passat, but the 2.5 will be the base engine. I think it's a good engine, if not great. It competes well enough with the base 4 cylinders in thr Japanese competition. Myself, if I were going for a Passat I'd opt for the diesel. I thought the 1.8 turbo was a great engine, especially in the Golf, and the 2.0 turbo carried on that tradition.

    Mar 25, 10:50 AM
    Please' turn-by-turn directions! I do love the TomTom app though.

    Mar 23, 09:44 AM
    Its never a good thing when the guy behind the reason we buy Mac's leaves. :(

    For the user who mentioned that he was behind OS X flaws (you mentioned iTunes bloat) - you are wrong. iTunes isn't run directly by the Mac OS development team, it has its own department. There's probably a little crossover however generally he wouldn't have much input on iTunes.

    Mar 20, 05:07 AM
    yes, it sure seems nice in those prisons.
    Even if it where true, what's wrong with treating prisoners humanely? Shouldn't we try to rehabilitate prisoners so if they are released they don't commit another crime? And in the US at least prisoners can't vote, could you show a source saying that they can it the UK?

    "The IMB considers that the duration and frequency of use of cellular confinement and loss of association were excessive and were indicative of a punitive regime."

    A punitive regime? It's PRISON. It should be a punitive regime.

    The report claimed there was too much emphasis on security and control at the prison and identified a need to focus "much more on the rehabilitation and resettlement of prisoners".

    Wow. Too much emphasis on security and control?'s PRISON. It's not a summer camp.

    That article sounded a bit too hippie-dippie to me, and I'm pretty darn liberal.

    Prison should be a miserable, dank, depressing place that makes you suffer for what you did. Of course, this is for violent criminals or those who have severely affected other people in a life-altering or life-ending way. Not for drug users, traffic violators, etc.

    If you're in prison for triple homicide, there should be no TV, no internet, no Playstation, no workout facility...nothing. You rot in your cell. If you want rehabilitation and whatnot, figure out some way that still makes the suffering real.

    Mar 14, 01:21 PM
    There is already a post your setup thread

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