today's active lifestyles celebrate the new dark age
mdhall005 at yahoo.com
Thu Jan 13 13:00:32 EST 2005
don't call it a comeback...
ahhhh...the good old days.
faux. and shit. and giggles. and a good glass of
--- Chris Calloway <ifoufo at yahoo.com> wrote:
> is in/your eyes.
> ah, nice thread. blown in on an unseasonable chicago
> breeze. it's such an amch notion. it almost feels
> slugbait. well, i care not there. you can be nice to
> me if you like. and if it's faux, well, i might not
> have had a high expectation there. i'm not sayin.
> i'm all down with deadceo's sentimess. although like
> hep, polvo <=> rythmic <=> boring does not compute
> me. they said bq's were 44. apprarently there's a
> you can do with math, although i worship it not. if
> makes you lose count, what's the difference? it
> more exissence to nail that one.
> not much novelty to contribute here, though. just
> mostest agreesment. deerhoof, certainly, with oneida
> und mogwai on the edges. love comes in spurts, best
> i can tell.
> not enough rock, indeed, and i will not fuck the
> rockists as i am. make it stop.
> acknowledgment: car building, yes.
> to the pile up, shiney shiney beast and all that
> i think too much jazz does not rock. it can
> but not make me surrender. its seduction falls
> i will not make a fool of myself for too much jazz.
> it's a date with a peripheral friend you know you
> just going to thank, sincerely of course, drop off,
> home, and fall asleep without another thought, or
> without even the entertainment of thoughts at any
> whatsoever. justnotgoingthere. nice dinner. who
> if the movie was good or not? you will forget about
> it. get into work early the next day. it's an issue
> which just doesn't inspire trucking out your higher
> power. too much jazz does not help me get my stupid
> cuz you were at your best, stupid. btw, that cloak
> dagger business? it's been done.
> i would have loved more spin-off from polvo/erectus
> axis. i guess ashley stove was somewhat there
> sometimes. early on the edges. i think it was
> intimidating for many. early on there was criticism.
> will punt out that late in the cycle, polvo turned
> somewhat trans amish, which was pushing into that of
> which we are now aglut. such as it is, we are
> aglut of something we prefer less. maybe we are
> ingrates. but I think early on, polvo was very much
> about that let's see what this instrument can do,
> if that was to say, ok, now with that, rock anude.
> that's the formula for me, babes. i love me some
> titties what swing that way.
> msg to sames: get bent. it's in you. let it out. if
> are all you, then speak for us. sex me up, bitch.
> spring in the wintertime and i'm not ready for it
> it's important that somebody make me want it. grind
> that edge. spill some blood. don't make me work for
> it. make me come and get it. i already spent all day
> working hard, to get you money, to buy you things.
> i heard igoff this morning, and would raise to him
> glass of angerhof, not knowing if he cares for
> deerhoof. instruments as voice. earl eon.
> if i may be so bold, i think this makes more sensei
> than reconceptextilizing this that. damn bored
> meetings aren't helping either. i'm late again.
> think just long enough. think what this can do. no
> holding back.
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