That’s what I meant. When speaking of an instrument in general, I think it’s correct to say “the name-of-instrument,” e.g., “I play the guitar” rather than “I play guitars” (even if you’re one of these mad lads). You could have added “(in general)” to clarify your intention.
Ladies and gentlemen, Jonathan Coulton!
Let’s get the 2 fan videos out of the way first…
… and then we can move on to his less geeky, more serious 2011 album.
(Yes, that Suzanne Vega)
(A version of his song for Portal 2:)
(This was first accidentally posted as a response to an old post. Sorry, Halcyon.)
A stealthy criticism of Americans’ lack of concern about the ethics of their country’s
foreign intelligence operations, or purely humorous in intent? Either way, it’s fun.
Suggested new format:
Information (if desired) - that link’s not a song, by the way…
For our Spanish-speaking friends (only the first two are by gothic metal bands):
I won a bet with this. I was betting on a new tool album while my friend was betting on Half Life 3.
(^I couldn’t find a studio version on YouTube. I couldn’t be
bothered to listen to this first, either; I hope it’s decent.)
(^Probably my least favorite of these, but it’s decent and it fit.)