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Old 06-29-2008, 01:34 AM   #481
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Beautiful Day was successful too. What does that mean, huh?



Me also.
Poppy, happy, mainstream, non-diverse filler? That's me in a nutshell, man.
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Old 06-29-2008, 01:35 AM   #482
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I'll be back in a few, guys... I have to return some videotapes.
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Have a good one, cin!
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I'll be back in a few, guys... I have to return some videotapes.
I read this as 'in a few days' and I was like SHIT, where do you get your movies, Antarctica?!
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Videotapes he says
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No, I did not.

This Verve track is really ballin'.
I'll send it your way.

The Verve's best period IMO. McCabe was unbelievable on this album.
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And Blade Runner and The Thing! I really wouldn't Dune on a list of good sci-fi movies, or good movies, for that matter, but it's fun.

I just love the shit out of the mainstream films of the '80s. They're almost like a lost art.
:facepalm: I can't believe I forgot The Thing and Blade Runner.

I think specific genres are like the tide. They come into the mainstream for a little while then disappear and come back again. Sci-Fi had it's day in the sun during the late 70's and early 80's. It hasn't really come back into the main stream though. Fantasy and super hero flicks rule the box office now.
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I read this as 'in a few days' and I was like SHIT, where do you get your movies, Antarctica?!
He must if he's still renting video tapes
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I'm trying to think of how something could be too chocolatey. I can't. But then I'm the guy who, when he was little, once got his mother to make him a chocolate cake for his birthday, cut it in half and stick the two halves together with chocolate icing, then drown the cake in more chocolate icing and cover it with chocolate sprinkles.

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I'll send it your way.

The Verve's best period IMO. McCabe was unbelievable on this album.
Which Verve track are we talking about here?
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I know, right? I can't wait , they say the concert's tomorrow night in a city called Vaduz, not sure where that is though
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wow, i think dinner has too much wine in it. either that, or cooking it didn't cook off the alcohol. my kids are going to be drunkards like mummy.
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At 1:30 in the morning?
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