Annie Stacie: YouTube’s Southern Sweetheart
#81
We had a sprinkle of snow last week this week the ac is cranking, its nuts
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#82
What are the top 3 fav places you have ever been?

Whats the worst?

Did you ever finish painting the gold stool? LOL
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#83
ROFL I did finish painting it...

I should have gone with spray paint, it’s already peeling...

Lessons learned, LOL!!!

As for the USA...

My favorite place scenically is White Sands, it’s a must visit.

Second favorite is Utah’s Bonneville Salt Flats.

Third would be Monument Valley, and it’s placed third because it’s mostly a visual experience rather than one that engages all the senses like rolling around in salty water or sand. I’ve simply not found an acceptable place to roll around at Monument Valley yet, and I’d assume to do so in the wrong way would cause unwanted attention. For a drive, Monument Valley can’t be beat...

Although Green River/Moab is a visual delight as well, definitely one of my fave drives.

The Great Sand Dune is also an honorable mention, as far as rolling around in stuff amidst stunning scenic views goes.

As far as outside of the US, Newfoundland is still my favorite place and still my planetary #1.

I don’t include anything in the list about places I’d want to live or places where people are really nice and so on because I have concluded that “everywhere sucks”.

That said...

If I could, I’d live in Newfoundland and I would not come back.
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#84
The worst places are the east USA, particularly the northeast states...

I’ve never been to Vermont, but the rest of them suck. Maine is decent but only because it’s basically Canada.
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#85
Florida is fine and some of the south is fine...

But the east USA is mostly a bunch of suck.

And states like Michigan and Illinois, pure shit.

Indiana, Ohio, pure shit.

I’ve never driven through Kansas but I’m sure it sucks too.

States like Wisconsin and Minnesota, again, never been, but I’d be willing to bet they suck.
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#86
As for the west, I think Colorado sucks. I don’t care that much for the scenery or the drive, and the people are either very nice or mind bogglingly rude.

I think as far as quality of the population goes, New Mexico is pretty suck. Some of the most beautiful places scenically, but some of the towns/people are just fucking horrible.
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#87
Hmmm 
@7:40 - 8:00 ...lol, fur coat is how -that cat has heard a whole lot of nonsense in its life, gave you that look
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#88
>I’ve simply not found an acceptable place to roll around at Monument Valley yet
bring a few bags of sand, or a couple rolls of sod.
>Ohio, pure shit.
https://imgur.com/gallery/YAGpXPd
rhombus will set you free.
“Just look at us. Everything is backwards, everything is upside down. Doctors destroy health, lawyers destroy justice, psychiatrists destroy minds, scientists destroy truth, major media destroys information, religions destroy spirituality and governments destroy freedom.” ― Michael Ellner
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#89
(05-25-2019, 11:15 PM)genba Wrote: >Ohio, pure shit.
https://imgur.com/gallery/YAGpXPd

lololololololol

Worship
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#90
So I figured out I need about a 30' by 20' shed with a 30' by 10' screen porch to comfortably live and work on my projects. Nine hundred square feet total - 600 indoors and 300 outdoors. By "comfortably," I mean not tripping over shit every time I turn around, and not having to walk funny to navigate the space. That's actually something I have to do in my friend's trailer.


There's a company in Shreveport called Southern Components that builds roof truss systems to Federal standards for construction companies. They're reasonably priced. Should be cheap enough for such a small building. There are no building codes in our county, but I still think it would be a good idea to have a roof built to some kind of standards. The porch can have a flat or slightly pitched metal roof, as it seldom snows down here.


I'm going to put the bathroom module and kitchen at one end so I'll only have to run plumbing on that end of the building. I can put a galvanized steel horse trough on the porch for sit-down baths and put up some bamboo blinds for privacy.


These little wall split heat pumps work great and run very quietly. The noise from window units would get on my nerves. Even central air ducts can be too loud for studio work.


https://www.amazon.com/PIONEER-Air-Condi...01EA831JO/
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#91
Are these older videos of you? You look so young in them. Not saying that your MO persona looked like a hag or something lol, but these are either older videos or just the lack of make-up makes you look so much younger? 

Also I don't come here super often but last time I was reading your forum you said you are quitting youtube for good and that you don't want your image in video form. What changed your mind?
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#92
(05-26-2019, 04:56 PM)Guest Wrote: Are these older videos of you? You look so young in them. Not saying that your MO persona looked like a hag or something lol, but these are either older videos or just the lack of make-up makes you look so much younger? 

Also I don't come here super often but last time I was reading your forum you said you are quitting youtube for good and that you don't want your image in video form. What changed your mind?

Those videos are from the past few months (except for the 'Oldest Footage' one obviously) and I don't wear makeup, looks like shit on me. As for why I started making vids again, I am done with the writing phase of my legacy and now I'm in the imagery/video phase which is the final phase because I don't like to talk that much so raw audio will likely never be a focus for me.
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#93
(05-26-2019, 05:01 PM)Mister Obvious Wrote: I am done with the writing phase of my legacy

Over the past 3 years on this forum I have summarized all my general thoughts about basically everything, and that has now been put into keyword categories and printed out into 100 or so page books which will be the 'writings' part of my legacy. I'm currently putting together photo albums of my life so far and they contain about 200 pictures each.

Now is the video phase, which to me, since it can only ever exist in a digital format, is fairly useless to my legacy. It's essentially 'retirement'. The best I can ever get out of it is screencaps which can be printed as photos... other than that, video and all things digital are doomed to be lost to time and therefore is only something which should be done after one has accomplished all one's other goals.
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#94
Videos can also be transcribed into word format...

But basically, if it's not physical, it's not worth much.

All this digital media people are creating will not stand the test of time, that's my prediction.

People think that their YouTube vids will be around "100 years from now" and I'm sorry, but no, they likely will not be unless you go to great extents to save them in multiple formats, and maybe invent the 'phonograph' of video media...

shrug

More on that line of thought:

http://www.sectual.com/thread-4890-post-...l#pid55069
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#95
(05-26-2019, 05:07 PM)Mister Obvious Wrote: invent the 'phonograph' of video media...


That was invented 40 years ago.





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#96
If it's not powered by a hand crank it's useless.
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#97
Video won't survive... period. Never has, never will.
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#98
That's why I care about it the least.
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#99
Writings are also mostly useless unless there's a team of 100 people who will work to decode your ancient language...

The only thing that works universally is imagery...

And to truly stand the test of time it either has to be buried, or it has to be carved into something...

Preferably (obviously) both.

In the 21st century we also have the option of launching it into space though, and in those conditions it would be able to stand the test of time even if it wasn't carved in stone.
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Sound only stands the test of time if it's also basically made of stone...

But good luck finding anyone who can figure out how to play it or even realize that it is a sound device.
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