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2013 Goals

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  • #16






    Quote Originally Posted by rjt
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    4) Return safely from my trip to Mexico with lots of great photos

    5) Return safely from my trip to the Baltics with lots of great photos

    6) Actually take a class in photography or post processing from the local art academy

    7) Go to more of my photography club meetings










    Quote Originally Posted by Ryst
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    8 - become a better photographer




    I definitely want to keep learning photography as well. I've learned a lot in the last year, and hope to keep doing that (latest photos from Joshua Tree here!). Cool to see other people doing that. And learning more about music and recording engineering is just a continuous every year thing as well.



    Both of your exercise regimens or goals are much better than mine. I need to do more of this as well, and kick up the weight training a bit.



    I like the travel goals too. I always come back changed, and always, I feel, for the better...and it's just such a great thing to do.
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    • #17
      Stop sweating the small stuff... inconsiderate motorists,and people who are habitually late for dinner, meetings,and social events. You get to recognize the people who use their tardiness as a bid for attention as opposed to the people who truthfully did get stymied, thru no fault of their own.



      I have recently dealt with 'inconveniences' due to Hurricane Sandy, I can deal with the big stuff, no problemo,

      Little stuff...

      It will probably kill me.



      Neatness, organization?

      I was once referred to as an 'anal-retentive Nazi' by a former girlfriend and I actually reveled in that title.



      What I want to do in 2013 is improve my ukelele, harmonica, and mandolin playing.



      I just got that nice Telecaster in my Avatar for Christmas as well as a higher end Koa wood Uke...



      I want to learn more jazz chords.

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      • #18
        1) almost Master the art of understatement

        A) invent time machine and observe Robert Johnson's and Hank Williams' demo sessions

        C) no ER visits
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        • #19
          Ignore commercialism to an even further degree than i do already.

          Teach everyone else i know to do the same.

          -Thus, save society.
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          • #20






            Quote Originally Posted by roomjello
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            Ignore commercialism to an even further degree than i do already.

            Teach everyone else i know to do the same.

            -Thus, save society.




            The moment you realize that the commercial/media world is not your friend-- or the majority of it is not--- you are set free. But it's a lonely place to be; most are fixed in its thrall, even those who should seemingly know better. Then, at some point, you will marvel that many of these stimuli are called "fun" or "entertainment".
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            • #21






              Quote Originally Posted by sirfun
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              1) almost Master the art of understatement






              It's called Litotes (ly-TOE-teez). http://fos.iloveindia.com/litotes-examples.html
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              <font color="blue"><b><font color="olive"><font color="sienna"><font color="purple">Every paint-stroke takes you farther and farther away from your initial concept. And you have to be thankful for that. </font> </font></font><font color="olive">Wayne Thiebaud</font></b></font><br />
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              • #22






                Quote Originally Posted by UstadKhanAli
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                I definitely want to keep learning photography as well. I've learned a lot in the last year, and hope to keep doing that (latest photos from Joshua Tree here!). Cool to see other people doing that. And learning more about music and recording engineering is just a continuous every year thing as well.




                Awesome Joshua Tree Pics!









                Quote Originally Posted by UstadKhanAli
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                Both of your exercise regimens or goals are much better than mine. I need to do more of this as well, and kick up the weight training a bit.




                Well, my wife is a hardcore crossfit junkie...which turned me into one as well. I've lost 15lbs in the last few months. And Runyon is less than 2 miles away. Our crossfit gym used to do crossfit endurance classes there in the summer which really stepped up my cardio. I used to hike but now I run up the mountain. Plus on Wed I try and go to Sky High Sports to jump on trampolines for an hour or 2. Killer workout and a lot of fun! And my wife joins me every time. I really think that's the key...at least for me. She's a fitness junkie so it's great motivation. And she can do handstand pushups. So i gotta keep trying to compete with her! If I wasn't with her I'd probably be 300lbs.









                Quote Originally Posted by UstadKhanAli
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                I like the travel goals too. I always come back changed, and always, I feel, for the better...and it's just such a great thing to do.




                Indeed. traveling is the best way to get perspective on life and learn about yourself....and change for the better.

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                • #23






                  Quote Originally Posted by rasputin1963
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                  The moment you realize that the commercial/media world is not your friend-- or the majority of it is not--- you are set free. But it's a lonely place to be;




                  Lonely shmloney, I'm good. Those people upset my finely tuned rate of vibration.
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                  • #24
                    - Figure out how to use the APC40 I just got with Live, and develop some sort of live performance method.

                    - Reduce the beer belly.

                    - Maintain A's in my classes.
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                    • #25
                      Reduce the number of wires to 6.

                      Get Craig to stop calling me with all those tech questions.

                      Go to the extreme edge. I thought I reached it in 2012, but there's still two more feet to go.

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