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Various - An Idiot To Not Appreciate Your Time : The Songs Of Silkworm FLAC album

Performer: Various
Genre: Rock
Title: An Idiot To Not Appreciate Your Time : The Songs Of Silkworm
Released: 2006
Style: Lo-Fi, Indie Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1802 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1271 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1774 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 989
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Let's look at how various tenses work: I appreciate your time. I've called my doctor's office upset about some emergent problem, and the person I speak to gives me good directions. I appreciated your time. The last time I saw you, I had locked my keys and my phone in the car. You (business associate) were so kind to let me use your phone and to stay with me until I got back into my car. I would appreciate your time. I have asked someone for a favor and they are a tiny bit resentful that I have asked them. I might say, I would appreciate your time (Longer but specifically repeats what the person did, making it more sincere) 3. I appreciate you/your taking the time t. .Similar to your sentence except for the fact that it specifically repeats what was done). 5. k views · View 9 Upvoters.

American Idiot was Green Day’s first album that was truly rock ‘n’ roll, a characteristic that Dookie, Insomniac, Nimrod and even Warning lack. Pulling from themes set forth by the Who’s Tommy and the Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, Green Day embarked on their first rock opera concept record. It was also their first record to openly address and critique the politics of the time.

I appreciate your concern. often at the start of a letter with a serious theme. A reply to something perhaps requiring attention. Headteacher replying in this letter to concerns of worried parents! In effect. it is a sorry but can't do phrase. Usually, though, it's used as a polite brushoff, like a more polite way to say "uh huh, I listened to you and you're an idiot. Go away and I'll pretend to think about your issue. Expat Mike · 1 decade ago. 0.

Technically, when we ‘appreciate’, we ‘appreciate’ something. Here the ‘something’ we ‘appreciate’ is someone’s action (taking the time to X). Now either version here would be an understandable shorthand way to get our point across. But I think ‘your’ is probably more technically correct because the sentence would still make perfect sense if you added the words ‘action in’ after ‘your’. Traditionally, business is not to be too personal, so in business and formal circles showing appreciation for the action has been considered more appropriate. 7. k views · View 41 Upvoters. Quora User, I speak English, Vietnamese, and French. Answered Feb 22, 2017. Answered Feb 22, 2017 · Author has 353 answers and 90. k answer views. Grammatically and strictly speaking, your is the correct form because taking is a gerund/noun, but most people do not speak like this.

The Songs without words (Lieder ohne Worte) are a series of short lyrical piano pieces by Mendelssohn, written between 1829 and 1845 and presented in 8 volumes, each one consisting of six pieces. Most of these pieces are within the grasp of pianist of various abilities, and this has contributed to the popularity of the set. Some other song without words were written but not collected in volumes, and only published in recent years. Furthermore, original drafts exist for many of the pieces that differ quite substantially from the eventually published versions. German musicologist Karl.

I really appreciate the time you’ve taken out of your busy schedule to help me out. Countless are your deed of loves, countless are your cares you shown. You are a reason to my greatness in life. I appreciate you very much. If you’re looking for additional quotes on gratitude during your time of need, you can reference our articles on thank you quotes and thank you card wording to make sure your message feels complete. Appreciation Quotes for a Friend.

Time management is an oxymoron. Time is beyond our control, and the clock keeps ticking regardless of how we lead our lives. Priority management is the answer to maximizing the time we have. When was the last time you spent a quiet moment just doing nothing – just sitting and looking at the sea, or watching the wind blowing the tree limbs, or waves rippling on a pond, a flickering candle or children playing in the park? – Ralph Marston. Time you enjoy wasting, was not wasted. With no loss or sacrifice, we can’t appreciate what we have – Mitch Albom. Do not wait: the time will never be ‘just right’. Start where you stand, and work whatever tools you may have at your command and better tools will be found as you go along.

In writing this post, I listened to over hundreds of songs and handpicked 56 songs. Because there are so many great songs out there, it’s impossible for me to include every single one. Instead, I picked each song based on these criteria: (1) it has had some level of mainstream success, (2) it speaks of a theme that most of us can relate to, and (3) it conveys a positive message. I have deliberately avoided songs that sound catchy but don’t actually convey anything meaningful (like telling you to hate on an ex or putting down other people)


1.1 Navigations Ritz Dance 3:58
1.2 Matt Kadane & Bubba Kadane Clean'd Me Out 2:47
1.3 Grand Hôtel Beyond Repair 5:33
1.4 T.T. Diamond Contempt 2:44
1.5 The Bills Garden City Blues 4:24
1.6 Treasure State Something Hyper 4:24
1.7 The Bismarck The Cigarette Lighters 2:29
1.8 Bass 666 That's Entertainment 3:27
1.9 MirrorAmerica* Couldn't You Wait? 3:48
1.10 Suzanne The Plan Grotto Of Miracles 4:01
1.11 Tre Orsi Insomnia 4:35
1.12 Toomanyhelicopters Drunk 3:49
1.13 The Nectarines Miracle Mile 4:25
1.14 The Soft Drugs Give Me Some Skin 2:43
2.1 Heather Whinna & Steve Albini Bourbon Beard 3:15
2.2 .22 Raised By Tigers 3:51
2.3 Chin & Lester & Franks Treat The New Guy Right 2:51
2.4 LUFF Quicksand 3:57
2.5 Mtar Is She A Sign 2:27
2.6 The Kyle Sowashes Slave Wages 3:02
2.7 The Family Ghost Oh, How We Laughed 5:31
2.8 Tiny Monk Raging Bull 1:59
2.9 The Turnarounders Young 3:44
2.10 Temper Ticket Tulane 6:03
2.11 Maurice Rickard Shitty Little Yacht 5:58
2.12 J. Britt Robisheaux Pearly Gates 2:12
2.13 Joe Sepi A Cockfight Of Feelings 3:18
2.14 Volume Around The Outline 3:11
2.15 Trestle Music Don't Make Plans This Friday 7:07


  • Compiled By – Isaac Turner
  • Mastered By – Carl Saff
  • Written-By – Silkworm (tracks: 1.1 to 2.15)


Benefit tribute album; proceeds to Jane Addams Hull House and the Nature Conservancy, in memory of Michael Dahlquist.

Label not mentioned on release. UPC 791381837124.