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Old 06-01-2008, 07:17 PM   #241
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Beck's Sea Change, probably.
Cool. I think A Rush Of Blood To The Head is the best of the decade. I shouldn't say that on a U2 forum though.
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Great album, after that listen. 2/2 on great albums. Well done, music. Well done.

To mix it up, I'm moving on to Frusciante's The Will to Death. Don't want to overdo Arcade Fire at the moment.
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Since no one here has heard it, I'm not doing a running diary for it.
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Old 06-01-2008, 07:26 PM   #246
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Just got back from seeing SATC

There were a few men there with wives and girlfriends, lol... I had to laugh.

And now I want to go shopping... I forgot how much of a bad influence that show was...
i saw that last night. the movie was pretty good, although the beginning, i thought, was a little cheesy, with carrie and big. i hate to say it, once things started going wrong, i liked it

and i so have to sign up for at that purse site. i could never bring myself to buy any of the purses i drool over (i do own a couple designer purses i've bought for cheap, and one i bought on vacation on a whim), borrowing them is a better and cheaper idea
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i saw that last night. the movie was pretty good, although the beginning, i thought, was a little cheesy, with carrie and big. i hate to say it, once things started going wrong, i liked it

and i so have to sign up for at that purse site. i could never bring myself to buy any of the purses i drool over (i do own a couple designer purses i've bought for cheap, and one i bought on vacation on a whim), borrowing them is a better and cheaper idea
You can rent purses. That is a brilliant idea.
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i saw that last night. the movie was pretty good, although the beginning, i thought, was a little cheesy, with carrie and big. i hate to say it, once things started going wrong, i liked it

and i so have to sign up for at that purse site. i could never bring myself to buy any of the purses i drool over (i do own a couple designer purses i've bought for cheap, and one i bought on vacation on a whim), borrowing them is a better and cheaper idea



I felt the same way, I kept whispering "he's gonna fuck it up"...

I wish they had a site like that for shoes. I know it wouldn't exactly be sanitary, but can you imagine being able to rent some of the shoes in the movie for a hot date?
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Cool. I think A Rush Of Blood To The Head is the best of the decade. I shouldn't say that on a U2 forum though.
I should make a proper list eventually...but it would include these:

Beck - Sea Change
Radiohead - Kid A
Spoon - Girls Can Tell
The Shins - Oh, Inverted World
Arcade Fire - Funeral
Wilco - Yankee Hotel Foxtrot
Coldplay - Parachutes
Modest Mouse - The Moon And Antarctica
Super Furry Animals - Rings Around The World
Porcupine Tree - In Absentia
The White Stripes - Elephant
Gorillaz - Demon Days
Franz Ferdinand - You Could Have It So Much Better
My Morning Jacket - Z
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Alright. On my list of albums I intend to listen to, I'm considering throwing Radiohead in there since I've given Coldplay a shot (I found the first mediocre and the second above average). What albums should I start with?
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Alright. On my list of albums I intend to listen to, I'm considering throwing Radiohead in there since I've given Coldplay a shot (I found the first mediocre and the second above average). What albums should I start with?
The Bends, bitch. OK Computer is arguably my favorite album of the past 30 years, but The Bends brings the rawk. Kid A is only for those with a bucket of patience, but it's amazing.
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You can rent purses. That is a brilliant idea.
yeah, especially since i'm too poor to buy the couture stuff, and i think it's silly to pay $300 for a purse (lol, the designer purses i've bought weren't that much )
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I felt the same way, I kept whispering "he's gonna fuck it up"...

I wish they had a site like that for shoes. I know it wouldn't exactly be sanitary, but can you imagine being able to rent some of the shoes in the movie for a hot date?
lol i know! knowing their past and how he always was with her (and relationships in general, i mean hello he himself said he's been married before) it just all seemed too...perfect.

the end of the movie was great, not too cutesy or anything.

and now for a total contrast, tonight i'm going to watch blade runner
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yeah, especially since i'm too poor to buy the couture stuff, and i think it's silly to pay $300 for a purse (lol, the designer purses i've bought weren't that much )
How much does it cost to rent a pursue? I am really curious.
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How much does it cost to rent a pursue? I am really curious.
looking for something to match your shoes?

it depends on what kind of purse you want to rent. the cheapest one is $6 week/$17 month all the way up to $1,632 week/$4,800 month

yeah you heard me right...ouch. to buy that mucho expensive bag outright from the designer themselves, that bag starts at $7,500.
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