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Old 04-13-2008, 09:18 PM   #616
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Fucking hell, you know an essay's boring when it drives you to go do housework instead of writing its conclusion.
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Hunky Dory is pretty uneven, but I think Life on Mars? and Queen Bitch are two of his best songs - Top 10 territory. Changes, Quicksand, and Oh! You Pretty Things are solid, too.
I really like Changes, Oh! You Pretty Things, Life on Mars?, and Queen Bitch. Everything other than that was too folky for me. Space Oddity, the album, is the only good folkish music I've ever heard. That was a really good album.
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if i go to prom with you can i be drunk? at least somewhat?

Pfan, I must implore you to ALWAYS answer this question in the affirmative.
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if i go to prom with you can i be drunk? at least somewhat?
They breathalize.

No offense, but I would prefer to be going with someone from my school. If I don't, though, I'll take you into consideration. Though, it will be difficult to explain the 20-year old senior in college prom date. Hmm.
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Bowie, at the moment:
1. Ziggy Stardust
2. Station to Station
3. Low
4. Aladdin Sane
5. Space Oddity
6. Diamond Dogs
7. Man Who Sold the World
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10. Hunky Dory

Still have yet to give Heathen a spin.
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Fucking hell, you know an essay's boring when it drives you to go do housework instead of writing its conclusion.
I become a domestic god when it's assignment time, and i do some great cooking too.

The house is going to be fucking sparkling tomorrow and we'll have some cakes and biscuits made and i'll still have to write bullshit.
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Space Oddity, the album, is the only good folkish music I've ever heard. That was a really good album.
Never listened to Nick Drake?
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They breathalize.

No offense, but I would prefer to be going with someone from my school. If I don't, though, I'll take you into consideration. Though, it will be difficult to explain the 20-year old senior in college prom date. Hmm.
Don't quite know how your school worked, but traditionally at my school that would have made you more or less the hero.
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"Heroes" is similar to Low, but with a little more of an edge to it, especially on its first two tracks. The title track is Bowie's best song, in my opinion.
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I become a domestic god when it's assignment time, and i do some great cooking too.

The house is going to be fucking sparkling tomorrow and we'll have some cakes and biscuits made and i'll still have to write bullshit.


This essay is due in 5.5 hours. I need to finish the conclusion and proofread it once or twice more. But ... my lounge needs to be tidied, you know?
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Nope.

I think you'd like Space Oddity. It's considered a mix of folk and prog rock.
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