|Current mood:|| hopeful|
|Current music:||Shadow's Fall- Destroyer of Senses|
No effects. Just a phaser.
Wen't to Sam Ash with Zakk, then headed to his house, for a repeat of yesterday. Jamming, TV, and of course, playing with his humidifier. I've finally come to a conclusion on how exactly the humidifier operates. The water is subjected to ultrasonic vibrations, then shot upwards, forming an inch long stream of water. At the pinnacle, where the stream narrows, the still excited water molecules begin to fly off the stream, forming a mist, which then spreads, and humidifies the room. Basically, it uses high frequencies to cause water molecules to vibrate, making it not much different than a microwave.
Being bored, I stuck my finger in the stream of water. Feeling nothing, I pushed deeper and deeper, until finally, at the base of the stream, I felt an intense heat and vibration ringing through my finger, which was moderately painful. I suppose this is how that "high frequency blade" weapon in Metal Gear Solid 2 works. Heh, so, our little toy is a bit more dangerous than I first expected. Zakk and I stuck a metrocard in the stream, and watched as the heat from the vibrating molecules burned the metrocard, causing it to bubble upwards, and causing the image on the metrocard to break up.
I brought my guitar home, under orders from my mom, finally. Carrying it in the subways was a bitch.
Thanks to the band, except for Nafis and I, wrestling in the basement, with Cat, the availability of Nafis' house for band practice is in jeopardy. The wrestling, compunded with the profanities that were used, didn't cast such a positive impression for the band, on Nafis' parents. Luckily, I didn't wrestle, so I'm hoping his parents are still "cool" with me. Dammit, that's what happens when you have 5 guys in a band, and Nafis invites a girl over, on the side. Not good. Oh well, I hope everything turns out alright. We cannotrisk losing our ability to practice. If we do, the band isn't going anywhere. It's dead. Hopefully however, it won't reach that point.