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Messages - Altissimo

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- Last note in m. 17 LH sounds like it should have an E on top... I think
P sure that's a D. Unless you mean E in addition to the D.

- I'm not really hearing the offbeat thirds in m. 20-21 and 24-25.
You're right about m. 20 and 24 but I think I'm hearing them, up an octave (I transposed for simplicity), in m. 21 and 25.

Everything else I did and I changed the staccato tied notes to just get rid of the tie. The point was to make them sound a bit shorter but may as well just not tie em i guess

Off-Topic / Re: Pet peeves!
« on: May 16, 2017, 05:50:03 PM »
For gosh sake's Alti, that was a joke. A JOKE. I like this topic. It's actually remarkably funny that we have 100 pages now. Why do you always have to take everything I say so seriously? Honestly, it's getting annoying.

Because you were kinda annoyed about the Rant Thread being so long and it would make sense that you were also annoyed about this?

I can't read minds. I "take everything you say so seriously" because there is nothing in your post history that would suggest I shouldn't take you seriously when you appeared to be serious about being upset about the Rant Thread.

Off-Topic / Re: Pet peeves!
« on: May 16, 2017, 05:21:23 PM »
When people have so many pet peeves a topic takes up 100 pages. >:(

Pro tip: People are angry and want to complain a lot. I understand that you seem to be upset that so many people have pet peeves/rants to say but that's how humans work and it won't do anybody any good to consistently go around loudly saying "I wish people would stop having pet peeves/rants". In fact, it just pisses people off even more because then they feel like they're not allowed to be annoyed without having someone come and basically say "It's so unfortunate and upsetting that people are annoyed by things."

Off-Topic / Re: The Post Your Thoughts of the Moment Thread 2
« on: May 15, 2017, 11:22:27 PM »
I know, but neither can people control the way I say things.

that wasn't my point but never mind

Off-Topic / Re: The Post Your Thoughts of the Moment Thread 2
« on: May 15, 2017, 11:10:33 PM »
EDIT: But it shouldn't pain someone when a person calls something by a different regional name. For example, I don't think Waluigi would care if I said hurricane instead of cyclone.

this may come as a shock but you can't control other people's behavior and feelings

Off-Topic / Re: Pet peeves!
« on: May 15, 2017, 03:21:11 PM »
Under a year is fine in my book. Would she just have to start a new Pet Peeves thread just to avoid this in your opinion?

yeah seriously some threads are not really worth "replacing" if they serve their function

if this isnt satire then you need to get help asap, i mean that sounds like symptoms of schizophrenia or something

maya, is that u
wouldnt surprise me

Off-Topic / Re: Relationships
« on: May 13, 2017, 03:21:38 PM »
On topic: It's probably not that good of an idea to avoid her, cash.
eyhhhhh I'd disagree with that one. Sometimes forcing yourself to take some time off the other person will help you move on (if you so desire) or at least get a new perspective on things. I think this is a case where it's a good idea.

I guess there's also some apathy here, where I know I'm not feeling well, but I don't feel like doing anything to stop it

Yeah that's kind of. Like the whole deal with depression. You just can't bring yourself to do anything. But it doesn't get better if you don't deal with it so even though you "don't feel like" doing anything to stop it my advice is still going to be to muster up whatever willpower you have and forcing yourself to make a change.

If not, tell your friends to. I have heard a story about someone who was so depressed that his friends forcibly dragged him out of bed and put him in a car and drove him to the ER and told them that he was going to kill himself. That was the actual intervention that this person needed in order to overcome his own apathy and get anything done.

I don't want to see you (or anyone else) in that place. Please consider finding the willpower to make a change for yourself.

ninja'd by Maelstrom: Therapist is better than a doctor but a psychiatrist is the one who can actually prescribe medication. But either way go to one of them and not a physical doc.

Off-Topic / Re: The Post Your Thoughts of the Moment Thread 2
« on: May 13, 2017, 04:31:14 AM »
Vacations are great but going with family sucks hard

lol I'm the opposite, the people I love going with most are my parents

mostly because my friends don't share my love of vacations but that's a different story

Off-Topic / Re: The Post Your Thoughts of the Moment Thread 2
« on: May 13, 2017, 04:09:45 AM »
I just love going new places and I find something to marvel at everywhere and it saddens me when people get to go on these trips that I would kill for and don't appreciate it :( :( :(

Off-Topic / Re: The Post Your Thoughts of the Moment Thread 2
« on: May 13, 2017, 04:02:53 AM »
I'm already going to the Grand Canyon (which I really don't want to be, my mom's forcing me)

don't want to

Grand Canyon

that's bad and you should feel bad

that sounds a bit like depression and there's nothing wrong or un-pride-ful about seeing a professional about it!! I mean you wouldn't let "pride" keep you from going to a regular doctor if your leg was broken, would you? That'd be silly. It's the same with things that affect your mind. You need medicine for those too, it's not easy (if possible) to just stave them off out of a sense of will. Seeing a professional and getting medicated did more for me when I was depressed than anything else could have.

I know you said you don't trust random strangers (But would you trust a physical doctor to cure your broken leg??) so this advice may be moot anyway but it hurts me to see when people try to say pride or whatever is a reason to not see a professional about brain-issues because that doesn't help the stigma against problems with mental health and it is just harmful in the long run.

I hope you can figure out what to do about it though, whether it's seeing a professional or just figuring out how to get yourself out of the funk, because nobody deserves that :(

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