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Nintendo / Re: Super Mario Maker 2!
« on: May 16, 2019, 09:08:11 PM »
Excittting!

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Off-Topic / Re: The Prayer Topic
« on: May 15, 2019, 10:31:23 PM »
I got you.

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Off-Topic / Re: Relationships
« on: May 07, 2019, 04:02:13 AM »
Lol, this is so me^

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Site News / Re: Update, Thursday 25th of April 2019
« on: April 25, 2019, 03:08:32 AM »
Great work, guys! Also, I agree with Lat. Can't wait to see more, Greek. : )

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Guide Submissions / Re: Text alignment and page margins
« on: April 25, 2019, 03:07:06 AM »
Now this is the good stuff


 ;)

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Whoops, thought I fixed that. Updated.

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-In bars 20-24 wherever you've written a Cm chord I'm just hearing it as an open C-G with no Eb.
Hmmm...weird. I wish Grant Kirkhope would have added in that Eb for my OCD's sake xD
Updated.

-For the first two bars, might I suggest something like this instead?
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This way we add in exactly one note at a time (which matches the original better in my opinion) and also removing the slurs means we keep the dissonance up throughout the entire thing as on piano we don't have the luxury of constant volume sustaining.
I have the pedal there to help sustain the notes, but I actually like your alternative better. Updated.

-You're a bit too close to the copyright on the first page.  You could move one system to the second page if you like or just redistribute the first page so the bottom of the last system stays above the copyright.
-Kind of picky but the diminuendo in bar 24 should really end on the last note rather than halfway through it.
Nothing is too picky! Updated.

The links have been updated. Thanks for the feedback, bro! : )

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Off-Topic / Re: The Introduction Thread
« on: April 15, 2019, 09:40:58 PM »
Welcome to NinSheetMusic! Awesome to have more saxophone players around. ;P

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Don't forget to provide a YouTube link for your sheet!

EDIT: Whoops, my bad. This sheet is deleted.

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PC / Re: Five Night's at Freddy's (FNAF)
« on: April 15, 2019, 02:29:13 PM »
wooo

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Off-Topic / Re: Politics
« on: April 14, 2019, 10:13:58 PM »
Well, I'm just gonna go ahead and butt out. If you wanna message me privately, that'd be great, but debating publicly seems pointless.

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Off-Topic / Re: Politics
« on: April 14, 2019, 08:31:15 PM »
I'm not sure what question you think I'm avoiding.

As for biblical values, the Bible explicitly states that homosexuality is wrong (I could reference passages). I'm not sure what those other Christians you're talking about are saying. Christians and everyone respond to those passages differently (some think they should be free to practice it, some think they shouldn't etc) which is fine, but that doesn't change the fact that the Bible states it as wrong. I don't care what their preacher or my preacher says. I care about what the Bible says, and I understand that not everyone agrees with that, which is fine.

I personally believe that the Bible is the only source of absolute truth, not the conservative view. That's what I'm saying. And for the second time I'm not always saying the conservative side is correct. It's wrong sometimes.
That's all I'm saying.

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Off-Topic / Re: Politics
« on: April 14, 2019, 03:30:45 PM »
Whewww. I missed a lot.

First of all, Splatoon, I wouldn't necessarily says that liberals hate Christians. That's kind of a foolish claim.

God's omnipotent, not controlling.  If he was, we wouldn't be able to choose, then at that point wouldn't it just be God saying who gets to go to heaven or not?  Seems like a broken system :p
Yes and no. It's a balance between God's sovereignty and human choosing, which is obviously beyond our comprehension. I have this discussion with friends of mine all the time. :P
Put simply, we don't understand everything, which is good. If we could understand everything about God, then we wouldn't need him. That's how I'd resolve that. I don't think it's a smart thing to say, "Seems like a broken system" if you believe in God, cause he's clearly infinitely powerful and can definitely understand things beyond our comprehension.

Not to get too much into religion, but I agree with this. I think God gives humans the free will to decide their own fate, even if that leads to problems. I'm not really a fan of people who turn to inaction because they believe that God is going to run their life for them.
I partly agree with this. Yes, I don't agree with people that totally turn to inaction, as you said.

I'd be interested to see which policies of Trump's you think are good, specifically as it pertains to biblical values.
Obviously, Trump isn't perfect. In fact, he has quite a few problems. As I have stated in the past, I saw Hillary as the greater of two evils. One example of a biblical view I do agree on with him is the aspect of abortion. I could never vote for someone who is in favor of abortion no matter how rotten the other candidate is. It's my personal conviction not to break on issues like that.
Also, PDS, randomly regurgitating Bible verses isn't helpful. With all due respect, you don't have a great track record with keeping Bible verses in context. If you'd like to discuss that in the appropriate topic, I'd be happy to.

Christian values aren't immune to scrutiny intrinsically and pretending otherwise would be intellectually dishonest because they aren't homogeneous. What makes your interpretation of christian values better than Obama's, Alexandria Cortez's, Hillary Clinton's?
There is a difference between conservative/Christian values and biblical values. There are many people that use Christian values as a fascade for guarding all their personal ideas when in fact many of their ideas aren't biblical. So whoever is saying that christian values and biblical values are the same I'd heavily disagree with.

As for Obama, Hillary, etc. (Which could be examples of the point I just made)
They are clearly not holding to biblical values if they're supporting abortion, homosexuality, etc.
So, yes, they may claim to have some christian views, but they clearly aren't biblical if they're referring to that.
Also, there are several ways in which Trump isn't holding to biblical values either, so back to what I said earlier-- lesser of two evils in my opinion.

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Off-Topic / Re: Politics
« on: April 14, 2019, 03:43:44 AM »
You two appear to apply conservative values to almost everything, seeing any liberal solution as immediately wrong, hence "extreme."
There have been conservative views I've disagreed with and liberal views I've agreed with. I don't apply conservative values to everything, but rather I do apply Biblical values to everything, which do sometimes differ with conservative views. For example, I do believe that some conservatives are a bit ugly/unkind at times (I used to be one of them back before I grew up). They like to be all "I'm gonna be a patriot" or "I'm gonna start a revolution if these dems don't shape up" or "I'm gonna drive this point into the ground no matter what."  I believe that those types of conservative ideas aren't Biblical ideas, so I guess you could say that that is one example of a differing view that I have.   

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Off-Topic / Re: Politics
« on: April 13, 2019, 10:44:28 PM »
List of liberal sites it labels as very biased. The problem is your standard of "Christians" and "Conservatives" is yourself. Your opinions are more extreme than most Republicans and Christians. Of course its going to seem like bias checkers discriminate against you when you're on an extreme political end (right or left) and you see it as a moderate or average position. Trust me, I know plenty of people on the far left who throw hands up whenever they get fact checked because how dare you suggest their unprofessional echo chambers be anything but true - be better than them!
Well, I wouldn't say I'm an extreme conservative, but I do get what you're saying. 

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