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    Quote Originally Posted by luka View Post
    Read this Barty trust me
    i likes the nuumorology bit. once they mentioned 11 i knew 9/11 was coming up.

    also liked nicki minaj's red sacrifice dress.

    the prose style is great. it reminds me of my friends when they try and be smart. cobbling together some big words they've heard from church and gcse english sentence structures in these clunky, tumbling sentances.

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    There's a lot of conspiracy websites out there but this one really stands out for being intelligent and creative and brilliant. A lot of them are pretty dumb and before you know it they're talking about the Jews again

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    Quote Originally Posted by craner View Post
    Yeah, I hate this song as well. It must be a generational thing, same with Bryan Adams, Wet Wet Wet, all those mega-chart toppers from the early 90s that deformed our summers.
    All those three have the exact same enervating quality. Anti-life. Vampiric blood suckers. Grey vampires even!

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    Tim Burton
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    This song makes me nostalgic for a teenage life I never had


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    I love this comment more than the song. The good old days are an illusion. We have had the torture memories removed so we can't stop the actual bad guys.



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    No, we aren't talking about those ones. The other one. The one that was number one for a whole year straight.

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    The one with Mel C?

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    The one from Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves

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    Quote Originally Posted by version View Post
    The one with Mel C?
    i love that one

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    it's like a cheap, tacky toy town rendition of 'speckled frogs' that a teacher would whack on for nursery kids.


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    same arrangement sensibility as this


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    Droid, what is your opinion on this latest provocation?

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    that wasn't supposed to be a provocation...

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    i went to pitchfork's top 50 dancehall tracks and saw a lady saw one, which then reminded me of that. i wasn't being naughty

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    silliness and larkery



    sounds like pierre henry
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