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Old 03-01-2008, 10:17 PM   #196
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Also see: Winning the lottery, then splitting the winnings with Radiohead on the agreement that they quit.

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Also see: Winning the lottery, then splitting the winnings with Radiohead on the agreement that they quit.
But in this scenario, Radiohead makes money. Can't we make them quit another way?
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Describes my father to a T.

Him: You know, back in my day, we didn't wear our hair like that. It was much longer, actually.

Me: *points to headphones*

Him: Those weren't invented until around 1968. We listened to the Beatles on them...it wasn't that great, now that I think of it.
Dad: All you do is sit in your room playing music, playing guitar, and using the computer.

PF26: No, I don't.

Dad: Yes you do.

PF26: Well, I do it a lot, but not all the time.

Dad: What else do you do?

PF26: Go to school, eat, go out with friends.

Dad: Ever exercise?

PF26: Sure.

Dad: When?

PF26: ... sometimes.

Dad: Go out and run or something, please!

PF26: [resists temptation to comment that father is gaining weight rapidly from lack of exercise]
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But in this scenario, Radiohead makes money. Can't we make them quit another way?
I'm OK with that.

I mean, honestly, there were like 7 parts of discussion for the release of one album. Even if you like them ... c'mon.
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Describes my father to a T.

Him: You know, back in my day, we didn't wear our hair like that. It was much longer, actually.

Me: *points to headphones*

Him: Those weren't invented until around 1968. We listened to the Beatles on them...it wasn't that great, now that I think of it.


I love it when my father complains about my hair when it goes into mini-'fro mode. I just ask him what his looked like at my age and he shuts right up.
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Also see: Winning the lottery, then splitting the winnings with Radiohead on the agreement that they quit.
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Both of my parents complained about my hair tonight.

I am getting it cut in a week, but I'm tempted to hold it off just to piss them off.
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I'm OK with that.

I mean, honestly, there were like 7 parts of discussion for the release of one album. Even if you like them ... c'mon.
Especially because that album was laughably bad. I still laugh thinking about 15 Step. You could've tricked me into thinking that album was by a band sending up Radiohead.
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Both of my parents complained about my hair tonight.

I am getting it cut in a week, but I'm tempted to hold it off just to piss them off.
I tried to grow my hair out once...I looked like an ass.


Now, my parents never complain because I keep it short-ish. Fuck long hair for the sake of having long hair..
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For reference, my hair is similar length to ... I suppose John Frusciante at Live Earth.

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That's the guy on the right, for non-RHCP/Frusciante fans.
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I tried to grow my hair out once...I looked like an ass.


Now, my parents never complain because I keep it short-ish. Fuck long hair for the sake of having long hair..
I want to grow my hair longer but it just curls. It's good for the October-era Adam 'fro but little else. Thing is, I hate haircuts, and my hair grows like a weed. I always have to have my hair cut shorter than I'd like to avoid going to the hairdresser every bloody month.

Damnit, I'm going to have to have my hair cut in the next fortnight or so ...
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I'm OK with that.

I mean, honestly, there were like 7 parts of discussion for the release of one album. Even if you like them ... c'mon.
Go back to the very beginning of B&C history, and you'll know precisely why this occurred.
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