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Old 04-12-2008, 12:22 AM   #16
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Old 04-12-2008, 12:32 AM   #17
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Aphrodite's Child.
A 60's/70's prog band.
Vangelis (Chariots of Fire, Blade Runner) was in the band.

They had an album called 666 based on the Book of Revelation.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/666_%28album%29

It's kinda spooky. I'm telling ya.
Defintely in the vein of eschatology.
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What's the question, exactly?
If it's about eschatology - pretty much the philosophical and religious study/discourse of the end times.
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does your college require accounting of some sort?

Seems to me an essay on the topic you've described could be handled over a pint on a Friday nite.

Pop music?
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I have a degree in English, actually. I'm working on my Master's Degree, and if I play my cards right I can probably do something where literature and pop culture intersect or parallel. It's just a matter of finding the right advisor. My "real" area of interest is Irish lit, but our Irish specialist is very, very intimidating. In the end, I still got an A in his class and I'm happy to never go through that again.

But yeah, I like taking the sorts of analytical skills that people develop in the humanities and applying them to more accessible (and more importantly, more frequently accessed) texts. While there is certainly a lot of crap in the world of popular culture, most literature has been so subsumed by criticism that I'm looking to alternative sources. I also despise elitism.

And no, accounting is far, far too pragmatic. No offense.
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