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June 14, 2005

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ZR

Dude, I had to read "Tuesdays With Morrie" for my UNIV101 class my freshman year, and it was fearsomely bad. Well, it would have been if I'd actually read it, i'm sure.

Capt. Brightfuture

I have a dream (for you):

Bring a large shovel to work; designate it the "shit shovel." Scoop up the shitty books with the shit shovel. Dump them into the street. Get arrested. Write thoughtful near-prison memoir about probation and community service performed for disorderly conduct. File for disability (borderline personality disorder); collect well-deserved disability checks. Spend the rest of your life trying to become a CIA operative, while sabotaging bullshit whitebread bullshit events like Fort Reno in favor of bringing "more aunthentic" art and entertainment to the fore, ie, dispersing "the rotten likes" of ian mackaye and mary timony with a hastily assembled collection of street performers that you turn into superstars..."let's face it," you say two years from now, "we'd all rather watch a bunch of street performers than ian mackaye in his 16th annual summer concert...or at least a chuck brown tribute band or something."


Speaking of Chuck Brown...

"The Honeymooners" begins with a soul classic by Chuck Brown and ends with a post-credits reference to the Isley Brothers, and what comes in between is pretty old-school, too.

-KnightRidder Review

DM

I had a dream a few nights ago. I forget most of the details by now, but I remember that with a bit of assistance from Joe Theismann (don't ask), I shot Osama bin Laden in the face and killed him. But then for what the Feds said was "my own protection" they didn't let the world know about my heroic deed. This pissed me off. Then I was in a hospital bed recovering and I picked up a pen and paper and wrote down, "Jihad is dead." Pretty cool, huh?

Who's Ian MacKaye? Oh, right, that dude from that band I've never seen. C'mon, that's hard to do living around here yr whole life. I was anti-Ian (well, more like "not pro-Ian") well before it was cool.

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