|1.||Biometric Rogering System|
A system that performs in a way similar to that of John Shuttlewood. It uses a fingerprint recognition system, similar to that used by many organisations, to identify participants in the rogering system. Often, this behaviour involves some kind of Wank Chariot.
'I'm just going to have some Biometric Rogering'
'There is no proof that a Biometric Rogering System was used in this operation'
Fair-haired, angel-faced drummer for British rock band, Muse.
Dom was born in Stockport on 7th December, 1977 and when he was 8-9 years old he moved to Teignmouth in Devon with his family where he met Matt Bellamy and later on, Chris Wolstenholme.
Dom's favourite drummers are Stewart Copeland, Roger Taylor, Dave Grohl and Buddy Rich. He has a wide taste in rock music as he loves Jimi Hendrix, Pavement, Radiohead, Queen, dEUS, Smashing Pumpkins, Primus, Rage Against The Machine and Limp Bizkit!
Dom Howard is a good drummer! I do love him.
|3.||don't get loud|
Term used to tell someone they are out of control, being a bitch, or whinning about something.
Roger is at Dunkin Donuts, ordering with his iPod on
Roger: Yeah let me get a Coolatta
Dunkin Donuts Employee checking Coolatta machine: Sorry we're out
Roger: YOUR OUT! YO, EVERYTIME I COME HERE YOU GUYS ARE OUT!!
Dunkin Donuts Employee: Ay, don't get loud!
Roger asking friend: It wasn't that loud???
|4.||Hip Hop Music|
Hip hop music, also referred to as rap or rap music, is a style of popular music which came into existence in the United States during the mid-1970s, and became a large part of modern pop culture during the 1980s. It consists of two main components: rapping (MCing) and DJing (audio mixing and scratching). Along with hip hop dance (notably breakdancing) and urban inspired art, or notably graffiti, these compose the four elements of hip hop, a cultural movement that was initiated by inner-city youth, mostly African Americans in New York City, in the early 1970s.more...
Typically, hip hop music consists of intensely rhythmic lyrical form making abundant use of techniques like assonance, alliteration, and rhyme. The rapper is accompanied by an instrumental track, usually referred to as a "beat", performed by a DJ, created by a producer, or one or more instrumentalists. This beat is often created using a sample of the percussion break of another song, usually a funk or soul recording. In addition to the beat other sounds are often sampled, synthesized, or performed. Sometimes a track can be instrumental, as a showcase of the skills of the DJ or producer.
Hip hop began in The Bronx, located in New York City, when DJs began isolating the percussion break from funk and disco songs. The early role of the MC was to introduce the DJ and the music and to keep the audience excited. MCs began by speaking between songs, giving exhortations to dance, greetings to audience members, jokes an...
1) Something that is exact or close to perfect, usally spoken by a person of relativly high IQ
2) A modified pick-up truck or SUV, usally a toyota. These are used by terrorist organizations for pretty much everything. Seen very often in Africa and South America. Usally seen with a .50-caliber machine gun or Rocket-Propelled-Gernade (RPG} mounted on the bed. Useful for drive-bys until the US Army pulls up with thier Humvees. Also they include a CB radio system installed. Only Western military forces use VHF radio systems. Technicals are usally poorly driven and have a few rebel/terrorist fighters in the back firing/attempting to fire the machine gun mounted in the back. Also holding AK-47s.
Roger victor six, we've got threee technicals coming up on your 5 o'clock, engage now"
It is sort of a substitute for the popular "Jesus Christ!" exclamation. Not so much a substitute, just putting the words together.
"Shitchrist, Roger! That's the third time you've broken the fax machine this week!"
A hard rock band formed in 1968 that featured (in the Mk II lineup) Ian Gillan on vocals, Ritchie Blackmore on guitar, John Lord on keyboards, Roger Glover on bass, and Ian Paice on drums. Deep Purple is known best for their song "Smoke on the Water" from the Machine Head album. Other popular Deep Purple songs are "Hush", "Fireball", "Black Night", "Highway Star", "Woman from Tokyo", and "Perfect Strangers" just to name a few. Deep Purple are often considered the pioneers of Heavy Metal music.
Deep Purple is one of the few underrated classic hard rock bands that still churn out great sounding music that doesn't have that God awful "modern rock" or "nu-metal" sound.