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Old 06-29-2008, 12:13 AM   #91
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you asked her parents?
I wasn't even aware people did that until a few months ago.

Can't say I see the point myself. Plus it seems terribly reminiscent of the days when women were treated as property to be passed from father to husband.
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I'm not going to get any sleep tonight.

I slept from about 12-5, then from 7:30 to 12.
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80s one hit wonders aren't so bad. Rickrolls wouldn't exist without those, so there's that.
It's the best decade for one hit wonders.

Opinion? No, it's science.

SHE BLINDED ME... with science.
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compiling a huge spreadsheet of the posts in all the superthreads, going by poster. as well as who started each thread.
This is going to be so awesome when it's done.

Seriously, if you'd like a hand with it, I'd be happy to help out.
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"Cherub Rock" = The Pumpkins rocking the fuck out before they got all lame and brooding. I love it.
I put it at the front for the drum roll at the beginning. It does nothing for the sequencing at all.
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"Cherub Rock" going into "Broken Face" sounded good, but Frank Black's vocals on the latter song bother the hell out of me, and I really dig the Pixies.
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I'm digging Cherub Rock.

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Anyway, it's 12:15 here and the nieces and nephew will be up at the butt-crack of dawn for this lovely little family reunion, so off to bed with me.
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I wasn't even aware people did that until a few months ago.

Can't say I see the point myself. Plus it seems terribly reminiscent of the days when women were treated as property to be passed from father to husband.
women aren't property?


so brides wearing white isn't so that they match all the other appliances?
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Nice seeing you around, Andrew. 36 hours of no sleep is terrible for everyone.
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"Cherub Rock" going into "Broken Face" sounded good, but Frank Black's vocals on the latter song bother the hell out of me, and I really dig the Pixies.
Sounds like the guy from the B-52s who sang Rock Lobster.
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I'm not going to get any sleep tonight.

I slept from about 12-5, then from 7:30 to 12.
But hey, at least we're both here postwhoring our arses off without university to worry about. Reckon we can push this to another new thread?
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It's the best decade for one hit wonders.

Opinion? No, it's science.

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I'm digging Cherub Rock.

YLB: I had The E Street Shuffle, Young Americans, Rejoice, Moby Dick, Words So Leisured, Brazil, and Summer '68. Actually, I had Bowie too, just not this version, so I guess that's 7.
Okay. I'm cutting "Words So Leisured" before the contest actually starts.
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"Cherub Rock" going into "Broken Face" sounded good, but Frank Black's vocals on the latter song bother the hell out of me, and I really dig the Pixies.
I get that. He's a madman there. Quite literally.
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