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Monkeyboy
(band intro)
06/21/11 08:44 PM
Your Oldest PM new [re: ]  

As opposed to BM...
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Why?
From: diamondogz74
Received: 01/01/06 06:55 AM
Daniel, why did you feel the need to make public my new years good wishes to you? do you think other members are interested in my PM to you.

It was meant with good intent, as are all my PMs, I do find it odd that you behave this way.

Regards
Anthony


"OK, I quit. You win. Last post. The end. Goodbye." - Stu, 1 October 2007

Emil
(acolyte)
06/22/11 09:23 AM
glorious past new [re: Monkeyboy]  

Haha! That was fun. The oldest kept PM in my PMbox is from Pablo Picasso commending me for this old quality hread, which I had totally forgotten.

It's SAILER, idiot!

Marquis
(wise like orangutan)
06/22/11 02:55 PM
Whattayaknow new [re: Monkeyboy]  

As it turns out, mine's a fucking gem from The Man himself:

Re: Kid Dynamite

From: Dara
Received: 01/06/06 10:44 AM
Hi Marquis,



In reply to:
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My question of opinion is: how good? Could Tyson in 1986 have taken anyone? Because in the five fights they showed, most of which ended in a first round KO, it looked to my amateur eye like he wasn't even playing the same game as his opponents. The speed, the ruthlessness, the total lack of fear on display - not to mention a number of absolutely crushing punches - made me feel like I was watching one of the greatest displays of athleticism ever.



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This is one of the truly great debates of boxing, and one that splits down the middle.

On the one hand, you have the "good but not great" camp who point out that a lot of fighters burst on the scene like a super nova, dispatching the journeymen and the bums they're fed in the early days as they learn their trade in spectcular fashion, but the real test doesn't come until they fight good and then great fighters. These guys point out that Tyson looked great against the bums he fought in 85 and 86, and even when he became champ, such was the dearth of genuine talent in the division that he was still being fed glorified bums like Frank Bruno. They say that as soon as he ran into a decent fighter with a game plan (Buster Douglas), he came unstuck. The great fighters can lose and come back, like Ali did, but Tyson never really came back from that loss. He'd beat a few bums and look good doing it again, but then when he had to face an Evander Holyfield or a Lennox Lewis, he'd be beaten again.

Those who believe Tyson was the greatest ever or at least a contender point out that he destroyed journeymen like no other teenage heavyweight before or since, and that it's unfair to point to Douglas as the first good fighter he faced. In late 86, he destroyed Marvis Frazier, who had a 16 and 1 record at the time, having some good scalps including Joe Bugner and Bonecrusher Smith, and whose only loss was to the then undisputed champ Larry Holmes. Later still that year, he captured the WBC title destroying Trevor Berbick. Berbick wasn't top class but wasn't far off either: he'd beaten Ali (admittedly the Parkinson's version in his last fight), gone the distance with Larry Holmes (but lost every round on one of the judge's scorecards). Certainly not the kind of man you'd expect to see destroyed in two rounds (though again, critics point out he was 32 and past his best when he fought Tyson). Tyson's other successful defences were all against top notch fighters of the time: a points crushing of Bonecrusher Smith, a 6th round knockout of Pinklon Thomas (the man Berbick had taken the title from), a comfortable win on points against Tony Tucker (who came into the fight 35 and 0, and a knockout win against Buster Douglas, the man who would eventually defeat Tyson), Tyrell Biggs (who came in with a 15 and 0 record. However, no big scalps, and Biggs lost later in his career to Riddick Bowe, Lennox Lewis and Tony Tubbs), Larry Holmes (the former champ, one of the all time greats, but 39 by the time he fought Tyson), Tony Tubbs, Michael Spinks, Frank Bruno and Carl Williams. The Spinks fight is one the Tyson supporters cite in particular. Spinks was the man who had dethroned Larry Holmes (he beat Holmes twice), came in 31 and 0, and had a great knockout punch. Tyson destroyed him in 91 seconds and he never fought again. Tyson detractors claim that all these fighters were guilty of buying the hype that had grown up around Tyson and climbed into the ring physically terrified, which always makes for a losing fight. They say that Douglas was the first fighter who analysed Tyson rationally, saw the obvious weaknesses, and exploited them. The Tyson supporters claim that Tyson was undone not by Douglas (a B list fighter who quickly lost the title), but by the death of Cus Damato and the machinations of wife Robin Given.

This is what makes Tyson so difficult to be objective about: the role of his entourage, and your attitude to it. The supporters say that Tyson was indulged and led astray, and got bored by the lack of challenges in boxing. The detractors say that the great champs are great not just because of their boxing skills, but also their ability to focus on the job in hand and find a way to win when things aren't going their way.

Anyway, there you have way more background than you probably wanted before I gave my own opinion. In my view, Tyson at 19 or 20 (85/86) was the best ever in the division for his age. Better than Ali, better than Foreman, but still not the complete article.

The more interesting question is if he had the potential to be the greatest ever for any age. His defence needed sharpening, and he was particularly vulnerable to the jab. This is a damning weakness because the jab is the bread and butter punch: even a very limited and clumsy boxer like Kevin McBride was able to jab his way to victory against Tyson in Tyson's last fight. Douglas destroyed Tyson with jabs. Douglas was also the first fighter to see and exploit Tyson's offensive weakness. Tyson threw everything into his punches (as smaller men usually do) and threw combinations, so if you side stepped one, he'd hit you with the other. Most fighters tried to duck and sidestep Tyson. Douglas simply leaned back, out of Tyson's comfortable range, and then stopped him getting through with a well-timed jab. Every fighter Tyson fought to and lost since has essentially adopted this game plan, all of which underlines the fact that Tyson never displayed the intelligence or ability to learn from defeat. But on the other hand, by the time Tyson started losing, it was perhaps too late for him to learn new tricks. Had Cus Damato survived longer, he'd almost certainly have worked on the remaining Tyson weaknesses. I think Tyson would have been a better fighter, and might even have retired undefeated given the lack of truly great heavyweights in the last two decades, but I still don't think he'd ever have been as good as Frazier, Ali, Foreman. For that record, I don't think he was or would have been as good even as Larry Holmes, a very underrated and intelligent fighter, and the last great heavyweight in my view.

The truly great fighters possess boxing skills, physical courage and intelligence. I think Tyson fell down on the last two. If he wasn't beating the crap out of you, if you were able to hurt him back, he didn't really want to know. I think a lack of intelligence clouded his life outside the ring and meant he never learned the lessons he should have inside it, unless he had a gifted teacher like Cus to drill it into him. Ali never needed anyone to tell him how he should approach a fight, and he never shirked a battle where he had to take a lot of punches. His tragedy of course is he took so many he ended up brain damaged, but Ali in his prime was a most beautiful combination of style, elegance, athleticism, grace and intelligence.

Slan leat,

Dara




The textbook definition of Damn-He-Nice

Mxy
(cracked actor)
06/23/11 02:09 AM
Good times. new [re: Marquis]  

From: diamondogz74
Received: 02/27/06 12:24 PM
Hi Mxy

Could you please delete that horrible thread about Effee, I know to you she is just another little dog, but when I read it, It makes me feel sad, It isn't nice is it?

To me Effee is my world, she is a perfectly fit, healthy little dog.

I have never asked you to delete anything before ( to the best of my knowledge? ) I just find this thread rather sick.

Regards
Anthony

http://bizarrewebcomic.com

EJSundayModerator
(heroic dolphin)
06/23/11 04:49 AM
Ban lifted new [re: Mxy]  

From my EJSunday moderator account the oldest one I have kept is this automatically sent message from Adam, doing moderator's work:

From: Adam
Received: 01/17/06 08:12 AM
Adam has unbanned the UID 'Sticky_sawdust'

And I want to believe
In the madness that calls 'now'


EJ
(byroad singer)
06/23/11 04:52 AM
The Beautiful Game new [re: EJSunday]  

And I also have a Dara message dealing with sport still resting in my normal account as the oldest pm left:

Re: Hleb returning - possibly
From: Dara
Received: 02/08/06 05:55 AM
Hi Christian,

I've heard no speculation at this end, but to be honest it wouldn't surprise me. While Hleb looks like a classy player, there's a general impression he's not physical enough to really thrive in the English game and we need more Vieira-like players. Wenger seems to have bought Diaby with that in mind, so if they got a good offer for Hleb, I wouldn't be surprised to see them take it.

What's your feeling on Lehmann's chances for the World Cup? Because he's having an absolutely brilliant season at Arsenal, his best by a long way. He's put the doubters to bed with a string of great displays and amazing saves. The team as a whole are struggling, but without Lehmann, we'd be mid table.

Slan leat,

Dara

TW GOD OF FOOTBALL


Altoid
(kook)
06/23/11 06:07 PM
Re: Your Oldest PM new [re: Monkeyboy]  

My oldest is from WildWind on 12-04-06 at 7:01 PM she said,


Hiya,

I saw your areolas post but I was unimpressed. It's nice to know you're thinking about me, though.

Cheers,
WW



Never seen 'em (her areolas), but then if she took the time to see the tender side of Altoid,

she would know I would never suck and tell!

Altoid



EJ
(byroad singer)
06/24/11 09:10 AM
Re: Your Oldest PM new [re: Altoid]  

As we all post PMs from 2006 could it be that all older ones have vanished automatically?

TW GOD OF FOOTBALL


Monkeyboy
(band intro)
06/25/11 07:52 AM
Re: Good times. new [re: Mxy]  

He's no doubt fucked that dog, right?

"OK, I quit. You win. Last post. The end. Goodbye." - Stu, 1 October 2007

Emil
(acolyte)
06/25/11 09:39 AM
Re: Good times. new [re: Monkeyboy]  

In reply to:

He's no doubt fucked that dog, right?


You think Mxy ever managed to?


It's SAILER, idiot!

Mxy
(cracked actor)
06/26/11 01:48 AM
Re: Good times. new [re: Emil]  

I'm sure Effee must be long dead by now, so no, I don't think I'll ever get to fuck it. Come on.

Dogz, on the other hand, will probably continue to shag the carcass until it disintegrates.

http://bizarrewebcomic.com

Remade/Remodeled
(acolyte)
06/27/11 02:57 AM
Numbers have been changed to protect the innocent new [re: Monkeyboy]  

This is confusing me:


In reply to:

From: Monkeyboy
Received: 11/04/06 02:34 AM
yeah, I'm pretty drunk myself.

my number is 9**-***-***1 and like you, I'm not sure about the country bullshit or whatever but there you go.


I vaguely remember this is when a bunch of us may have been somewhat concerned that a psychotic break in either Dogz or Stu could endanger our lives and this were passing on personal details for protection or somesuch?

Either that or I finally got up the nerve to get Monkeyboy's details for a bit of phone sex and I never sealed the deal.

C'est magnifique, mais ce n'est pas la guerre

fiGgU_
(cracked actor)
07/05/11 04:09 PM
Re: Your Oldest PM new [re: Monkeyboy]  

They're all deleted.

"Ah his fingernails, I see they're broken, his ships they're all on fire..." - Leonard Cohen

Glitterbot
(stardust savant)
07/07/11 04:27 AM
Re: Your Oldest PM new [re: fiGgU_]  

I just logged into this Message Board to look at my old PMs/posts, and see they have all been deleted. Two, three years of my life on the internets wasted!!!! Do people still like David Bowie? Who cares? My PMs, they were brilliant- now, forever gone.



eraserhead
(acolyte)
07/07/11 03:17 PM
Re: Your Oldest PM new [re: Glitterbot]  

I think PMs older than 2006 have been deleted.



jump93
(crash course raver)
07/11/11 07:23 PM
Re: Your Oldest PM new [re: eraserhead]  

Makes sense, I kept all mine from 03/04 onwards, but the oldest one is a New Year 2006 message from DiamondDogz74, seems he was well-wishing everyone that night.

__________________________________________
I'll never touch you...
...but I will prick you!


My webshite

Persilot
(Reality Ale)
07/14/11 03:48 PM
Re: Your Oldest PM new [re: Monkeyboy]  

My oldest received PM

****

"It was you"
From: Quadrophenia
Recieved: 01/13/06 05:09 PM

Wasn't it?

****

My oldest sent PM is:

To: Ladymacbeth
Sent: 02/16/06 11:46 AM

Hi, I've decided I can't really be arsed going and doing a poll for all the other Britaward categories on the thread I did. Anyway, it looks like you won Sexiest most charming Brit hands down.

Congratulations. I'm going to content myself with probably being the most eccentric Brit, DD74 will just have to be happy with being the most annoying.

"And you're not the 'Man who fell to Earth' you're 'The man of La Mancha'.

Persilot
(Reality Ale)
07/14/11 03:53 PM
Re: Your Oldest PM new [re: Persilot]  

http://www.teenagewildlife.com/Interact/cp/showflat.pl?Cat=&Board=coffee&Number=485003&page=&view=&sb=&vc=1

I believe this must be thread I was PMing about...

"And you're not the 'Man who fell to Earth' you're 'The man of La Mancha'.

WildWind
(acolyte)
07/18/11 05:07 PM
A third! new [re: Monkeyboy]  

Ha! Mine too is from Dara and makes reference to sport and other things that are of interest to no one else:

In reply to:


From: Dara
Received: 02/01/06 08:53 AM
Hi Vikki,

Sorry your Paddy's Day plans got scuppered: I was looking forward to it.

Six Nations start at the weekend. With O'Driscoll and Darcy back to top form, and the Munster forwards sweeping and mauling all before them, we have our best side in years, but all our hardest games are on the road this year. C'est la vie, but oh if we could have been this strong this time last year.



In reply to:
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So you're a little afraid of Belfast, eh? I always was myself, what with the Troubles and all, but Pearse was so excited about moving there that I put it all aside. Interesting.



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It's okay, you can say it. I'm a wimp and a wuss on this score. Statistically I might be safer up in Belfast than I am right now in Dublin, but I grew up watching stuff blow up there on my TV screen, so I was traumatised by it all.

And friends don't help much. One who went up there last year to run the Belfast marathon said it was worse than he expected: people were openly hostile as soon as they pegged the southern accent. And at the start, he was jostled and kicked to the ground by other runners and busted his elbow. Might have just been competitive exuberance and nothing to do the fact that his club singlet had a green shamrock on it (our club is the Raheny Shamrocks), so with his white shorts and orange running shoes, he looked like a living tricolour. But he thinks it did.

It's probably easier for Pearse: being from Louth his accent would be pretty Northern.

Slan leat,

Dara


I don't seem to have any sent PMs archived. I don't think I used that option.

My most recent PM is from Altoid informing me that his oldest PM is from me.

"What's Tonga?" - Christopher Meloni

ohramonaModerator
(devil in your bleeding face)
01/03/12 00:46 AM
There was something about '06 new [re: WildWind]  

From: Tin
Received: 01/16/06 02:15 PM
Yes! We did receive your card. Thanks mucho. We've had a few wacky address mishaps, so you're not alone.

We're only a half an hour from SF now. One good thing about you're not having any immediate plans out this way is that it gives us time to get rid of the ooky avacado carpet.

Just in case:
324 Ridgeview Dr.
Petaluma, CA 94952

xoxo N.




let them eat opiate

white rabbit
(acolyte)
01/04/12 02:37 PM
Keep it fluffy new [re: ohramona]  

Yes, my oldest saved PM is from 2/21/06 from twister entitled "I'm hunting wabbits".

Tin would appreciate that reference.

I can't be late I got a date

Auntie Prism
(stardust savant)
01/04/12 07:25 PM
Oldest was Callaghan, surely? new [re: Monkeyboy]  

I don't have any PMs before 2010, because I did something.

The first PM I ever received was from nawtee DimMindDave, who told me how cool it was that I liked Suede and lived in Manchester. In hindsight, he was wrong about both those things, as he was everything else.

I'm not sure these answers qualify as interesting enough. Okay, then, round 2:

Who sent you your first PM with nude pictures (of themselves, obviously)?

Rather than words comes the thought of high windows

ohramonaModerator
(devil in your bleeding face)
01/04/12 07:34 PM
Now he's a mighty moderator [re: Auntie Prism]  

The only nudies I recollect receiving were from the poster formerly known as Sysio. (Yeah, spelling, whatever.) If you'd seen them, it would be all you'd recollect, too! Damn!



let them eat opiate

Auntie Prism
(stardust savant)
01/04/12 07:55 PM
I don't know, but probably strangeDivine new [re: ohramona]  

Right, I promised something more interesting, then I destroyed the tone completely.

Perhaps I should switch it round, on account of the fact that we're much older, and the tone of this place is akin to a mortuary (hence the perennial Dead Pool threads). That being the case

Who was the first TWer you shared cooking tips with?

Which TWer's casual clothes/knitware do you covet?

Rather than words comes the thought of high windows

ohramonaModerator
(devil in your bleeding face)
01/04/12 08:00 PM
I'm all jelly new [re: Auntie Prism]  

Hush now, I'm thinking about Sysio's penis.



let them eat opiate

twister
(acolyte)
01/08/12 01:32 PM
This place still exists, lol new [re: Monkeyboy]  

BURNEMMMM

Received: 01/29/06 08:50 PM

SUUUUUPPPP.

I was unaware of any Oscar performance for los Beverley Hills Cop, actually. But really, fish-out-of-water comedies are so rare and priceless I should not be surprised at all. HAR HAR HAR HAR HAR.

THE SCENE: Oscar nomination party. Fat cats with fat cigars and brandy sit in and around the disembowled corpse of a virgin and chatter.

EXECUTIVE: [flipping through script] "BANANA in MY TAILPIPE??" I love it!
YES-MAN: Oscar nomination?
EXECUTIVE: I THINK SO!


Fair enough on Meister other DB, really. Interestingly (ha!) enough, I am absolutely incapable of spelling his name correctly Devandra? Barnhert? Barnheart? Barnhart? Bernhart? Banhats? Barnhamper? Hawkman?

ANYROAD, yeah, I am capable of imagining a system wherein he somehow does not storm like the Napoleon of T.Rex/Donovan half-breeds. Truth be entirely told, I was aiming to purchase Neil Diamond's recent 12 Songs, only turns out I guess that was a big holiday item and was, for whatever reason, back-ordered from approximately early November to rounds about now. NOT to suggest, of course, that Mr. Other DB was an entirely random choice just to fill space or nuthin', as I'd remind that he was my second favorite or so album of the year, granted those were pre-Art Brut days.

So, um, glad you like Clap Your Hands Say Yeah. Unquestionably album of the year, possibly album of the deuce-ought-ought-oughts so far, granted that's me talking out my ass and I could easily be forgetting that album that was so life-changing I'd never forget it.

But, yeah, in my experience, bitches seem to be more enthusiastic about DBII.



It hasn't been too long to still make jokes like that, right?

ANYWAY. Topics-wise to cover before fun listing.

1. Sorry I've been relatively out-of-touch. I don't especially have an excuse, outside of I've been rather disinclined towards personal productivity in, uh, the past fifteen months or so. My parents always complain I don't e-mail them enough, either. But, no magical arbitrary shift in opinion or nuthin like such. Now's the time to see if it was New York or it is college, I suppose.

2. IN NEWS SO FUNNY I WANT TO STAB MYSELF WITH A LOBSTER FORK, my fre-kaka CD burner, now that I desire to use it, is disagreeing with the notion of being functional. I managed Low's Christmas EP for Nicole last month and then set on the aforementioned 12 Songs and, WANGO-DANGO, it had other ideas. HA HA, TESTICLES. Ashamed? Yes!


ANYWAY, fun stuff. OMG, 'Oscar winner' is so open-ended. Best picture? Any Oscar whatsoever???.>?<ASDFAsf? I'm rolling 'best picture' and can change later, if it's needed.

Best
1. The Apartment
I was not entirely aware this got best picture, actually. Seems like maybe I heard of such, but WANGO-DANGO, not on my mind. This is actually personal enough of a film it feels really wrong to have won, but I guess you can't discount that Billy Wilder was actually successful in the classical Hollywood system and the classical Hollywood system was not entirely unconducive to creativity. But, yeah, peak of Jack Lemmon lonely, depressed, trod-upon guy comedies. Peak of actual depressed Jack Lemmon I guess in Glengarry Glen Ross, but that's rather thoroughly depressing and rather short of comedy. The Apartment has the possibility of being the single most depressing movie ever, but then the ending goes and bes happy, so no such luck.

2. Lawrence of Arabia
EPIC EPIC EPIC awesome. Peter O'Toole is fantastic, notably, and I still love him. Maybe, if one is cynical, could be criticized as a little slow in parts, but, um, moreover is suitably epic. GIANT desert landscapes. Etc!

3. Annie Hall
It used to bother me that this won over Star Wars, but now it seems pretty cool. I guess there are other Woody Allen films I prefer more, but still suitably quirky nervous guy comedy and pretty neato in its self-conscious filmic qualities and experimentation with the film and all that.

4. Schindler's List
Should prolly watch this again at some point, but dunno if that's gonna happen. Suitably heavy handling of the Holocaust from previously Captain Feel-Good and all. Have heard criticism that it's yet too feel-goody and the whole 'redemption through nice German guy' thing is kinda offensive and promotes the 'Jews as cattle' notion, but none of that bothered me when I watched it two years ago or whenever it was. Just seems kinda hard to be objective and critical about such a consciously weighty film.

5. All About Eve
Not, frankly, one of my top top favorite films of all time, but amusing enough. Best picture winners do not provide enough material for a quality top five, interestingly enough. The campy-catty Betty Davis thing is interesting enough, I suppose, if done better elsewhere. Generally pithy dialogue is amusing. THE REAL STAR, however, is George Sanders, in possibly my favorite performance of his ever, as the single most cutting guy ever. Some documentary on homosexual undertones in cinema pointed his character out as the 'violently heterosexual' equivalent of a previously homosexual archetype, which seems suitably descriptive. He's a 10/10, enough so to instantly enter my pantheon on the strength of that performance alone, but otherwise, blanketly entertaining enough.

Worst
I'd like to give it collectively to the post-1980 or so trend of honoring bland melodramas (I say, I'd point out, as a fan of melodrama). Well, going back prolly to the beginning, The Sting is pretty awful, and then things get conceptually awful from Kramer vs. Kramer onwards, granted I haven't seen all of them and there are certainly exceptions.

For managing critical acclaim in the face of what I gather is a double-super-ultra cliche, I'd like to put forth Million Dollar Baby as the ultimate in the trend of bland, but then I haven't actually seen it, so that'd be kinda rude of me, I s'pose.

Dunno, there's a lot of stuff I've now just come to think of as stupid without any major reason, other than what I guess is ultimately a shift in aesthetics as I become fascinated with action and horror movies made (HILARIOUSLY!) for less money than most people spend on a meal. A Beautiful Mind seems pretty needless in its entirety, which has to make it awkward for the actual guy.


I'd also like to give the special award of Borgninest to Marty. I saw it two or three years ago and kinda weakly liked it, but seems like it might well blow my mind now with my Ernest Borgnine obsession. Regardless, it is undoubtedly the only movie I noticed to both win a Best Picture Oscar and star Ernest Borgnine, so I think it's position as Borgninest is unquestionable.

ANYWAY, ET TU, TWISTI?

AND, in that I think it was my duty to keep you informed of such information, I did get rather "high" from "toking the grass" the other day. I guess the experience gained from smoking cigarettttes is not entirely unapplicable in other fields. It was kinda awkward, 'cause it was an awkward situation to begin with, plus I was worried about having to drive home in a short amount of time. This being the awkward party mentioned in my livejournal of late, if you were on that one. REGARDLESS, any previous experience where the smoking actually effected me has been only slight, equivalent to a really slight alcohol buzz, where it pretty much just makes me stupid, yet not so stupid that I'm not aware of being stupid, and was nothing special. THIS TIME was funnnner, however, and I see the attraction, pretty much. Again, granted it was an awkward situation, but I went outside, for instance, to smoke a cigarette with peoples and it was a porch yet I couldn't exactly solidify the concept of 'porch' in my head and I got all confused as to the actual size of the porch and kept thinking I was in various other sorts of rooms, a tunnel being the most memorable. But, anyway, could see where that would be fun in a non-worry social situation.

Otherwise, still living the Morrissey tattoo, pretty much. Listening to less Morrissey at the moment, but still same ol' same ol' in that department. Moved back to where the female sort of sorts I have kinda liked lives, but then she went and got attached to a feller mere WEEKS before I moved back, after being not so for, uh, a year, so that's suitably entertaining. Granted I'm apparently ineffable enough that it is no issue for her to maintain our same sort of dialogue, but it's rather more awkward on my end.

Anyroad, so, how ya doing? I've guess we've both been doing some varities of living in the interim hereabouts, if I've ended up in more-or-less the same situation as when we were last speaking regularly (ha, only without parents! Wheee!). Dunno! Um, I've seen like eight-hundred-million-movies and had several aesthetic shifts, so the movies-of-years game could be fun if you're game. DUNNO. DUNNO.

SUUUUUP.

I could be a genius if I just put my mind to it.

twister
(acolyte)
01/08/12 01:35 PM
Pro fluffer new [re: white rabbit]  

In reply to:

"I'm hunting wabbits".


The Bright Eyes live album is tits.

I could be a genius if I just put my mind to it.

Remade/Remodeled
(acolyte)
01/25/12 04:06 AM
Wait... someone won an Oscar for Beverly Hills Cop new [re: twister]  

That PM was very hard to read.

C'est magnifique, mais ce n'est pas la guerre


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