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08-01-2011, 01:05 AM
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That was the part I butchered out, actually. I only had 45 minutes (and still ran late) so I didn't want to play the whole thing so the part I left in where:

Even now
When I'm still driving by your house
When it's late at night
And the lights are out
And I see somebody sneaking in your side door
(what are friends for anyway)
I'm just wondering who you think
You're fooling with
Such a tired myth
That says some people are better off alone
Than with a stepping stone
I get the picture!

Surprisingly, Flagpole Sitta was NOT my first Harvey Danger Song.

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03-20-2012, 09:11 PM
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You should all see Ralph Fiennes's "Coriolanus." In addition to it being a fine movie on its own merit (and this, from somebody who generally does not like movies), it's based on one of the most intriguing Shakespeare plays of the oeuvre. It's not the one with the prettiest words, but it's the one with the most heartwrenching characters.

tl;dr Shakespeare + blood = Incarnadine, and I'm thinking of you guys. <3



Post script: Look at how YOUNG we are. I mean really. http://vimeo.com/842049
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07-14-2017, 11:56 PM
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(09-02-2009 07:05 PM)Dr. Myrrth Sicopath Wrote:  Me, circa 2000: "Well 'the welcome was overstayed' would certainly make more sense, but he's clearly saying weather."

Me, a few hours ago: "I ENJOY LOOKING FOOLISH, THANKS ME FROM 9 YEARS AGO"

This continues to delight me, by the way.

We can talk about it later
But there's no later
Is there?
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