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Thursday, May 2, 2013

11:45PM - guys let's use livejournal again

guys ??? 

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Sunday, January 18, 2009

12:44PM - stupid

what's all this gay "brb" shit get a brian morans

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Saturday, January 3, 2009

9:06PM

add me i need more lj friends
i'll add you back because i'm like that

(i'm poster pony/___)

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Wednesday, December 31, 2008

4:46PM

oh man remember this community?

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Friday, December 26, 2008

11:46PM

anyone have an extra username they're willing to give up?

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Saturday, June 28, 2008

1:21PM

BOOOOOOOORIIIIIIIING

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Sunday, July 30, 2006

11:12AM - hey how goes it!??!

Hey how is it???

Last night, I watched, in their entirety:

The Benchwarmers (2006, Dennis Dugan)
This movie is terrible. I wasn't planning on watching the whole thing, but it was only 85 minutes long and I was in a weird position to get up and change it/take it out. The one funny thing about it is the scenario of three men battling 11-13 year olds in baseball. The other funny thing about it is about 3 of David Spade's lines. Other than that, it is terrible, and if you haven't seen it, you can imagine why.

The Return (2003, Andrei Zvyagintsev)
I am almost finished with this film. This film is awesome for its moderate shroud of mystery in its production. Costing under $500,000 (or so suggested) and having all backers paid back before it even made it to the Venice film festival is weird. It's shot incredibly. There are some scenes that just make me never want to pick up a camera. I get the feeling that this took years of planning with weird remote locations that render brilliant shots. I can't get over this film and I haven't finished it.

Le Samourai (1967, Jean-Pierre Melville)
AH! This is great. I love Melville. The minimal amount of dialogue to keep the plot moving, the use of location shots that could have been trite are brough to three-dimensional life. Alain Delon is ideal for this movie, as is everyone else. The lack of any concept of cause and effect in this film that would normally make me groan is lost here because of Melville's focus really being on a character and not a plot though I think some of this is lost at times.

Final Destination 3 (2006, James Wong)
Great on DVD. I didn't watch the Theatrical Version. The DVD gives you the option of choosing people's fates by making decisions seemingly unconsequential that can change much of the movie. I don't know if this has done before, but to my knowledge, no. I have seen many worse movies along the same lines. Only two sets of full-breasts and the length of time you endure this necessary silliness of late teen horror-thriller-supernatural film is determined by the fate you choose. We went back and watched some changes...There were slight continuity problems, mainly with one character, but overall it was well-done.

I'm going to finish Solaris (which I started in feb of 2005) and Coronacion today. I am also watching Palindromes and am getting close to the end, I think.
I am going to be starting 3-Iron after this.
What are you watching?

TOP 5 7"s of punk / hardcore I rediscovered that are still awesome
7"s I haven't listened to in well over 5 years and I just pulled out to see if they were still totally sick...

Party of Helicopters 7"
The best PoH release aside from (MAYBE!) the split 7" with Underground Asian Movement. Both are good. This takes it. Hearing old Dinosaur Jr and Shudder to Think try to hurry up and get their songs finished because they simply don't have enough time because they are young. When you are young, you have no time. So, hurry.

Saint James Infirmary 7"
HA! Yes, I like the full-length, but this beast is IT! This is the best hardcore $2 could buy in 1998. Allied Recordings is totally missed. I think this is BETTER now than it was then. It's so well-played.

Man I Fell in Love With 7"
If I listened to this past 1998, I would be surprised. It's so good, the whole thing. In the context of then and the lack of post-Sonic Youth indie rock explosion in the mainstream, it's much more enjoyable. Another Donut Friends gem.

I'm not through all my 7"s yet, but I'm inventorying (!!) them, so we'll see. I know there is some sickness in this pile.

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Thursday, July 14, 2005

2:01AM - authenticate yourself

What the fuck?

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Tuesday, July 12, 2005

7:32PM - BCO

Shut up

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11:34AM

Pizza Pizza!

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Wednesday, May 18, 2005

2:49PM

BCO not found?

well, top serious post: I'm about to open a bank account in a third country! how many more before I can change my name to Slick Suzy?

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Wednesday, May 4, 2005

4:03PM

is there a board that people are posting on?
yunno, since bco is pretty much inaccessible and impossible to post on or view or anything.

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Wednesday, April 13, 2005

12:20PM

Hey, can anybody else not log in?
I can't even make a new account to log in...
either SQL hates me, or the functions in the databse hates me, or Ian is on some sort of personal vendetta trip....

Also: BCO is the new secret board.

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Friday, April 8, 2005

4:53PM - wha' happen?

?!?!

Current mood: bitchy
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Friday, April 1, 2005

1:18PM - fyi

anyone who makes fun of the pope is more dead to me than he is

Poland forever

Current mood: incensey
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Wednesday, February 16, 2005

7:07PM

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Saturday, February 5, 2005

5:42PM

sup

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Tuesday, January 4, 2005

7:14PM - This Saturday...

I'm intentionally not cutting this because I want it to be big and catch your attention.

The Adele Collins benefit is this Saturday in E'town. It starts early and will run until almost midnight. I hope ALL of you reading this that live near Louisville or have a way here will come out. As it stands at this moment Adele will not be able to pay her insurance premium this month much less her prescription drug costs. It's very important that you come out and not just to see my crappy band's last show.

For any of you that cannot make it and want to help please visit http://www.xcatalystx.com/v7/adele.html At the very least each of you who read this please click that link and donate whatever you can via paypal even if it's only 1 dollar.

I'm going to post the flyer again and for those of you that do wish to come and see us play our last see we are currently set to play at 10:55 PM but please come out, see other bands and support Adele.

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Friday, November 12, 2004

3:29AM

bco i keep having to reference you in my livejournal, but i somehow feel as this lj community is just a cheap whore ripoff.
sugar pie, please stop it.

Current mood: всё бы хорошо, да что-то нехорошо
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Wednesday, November 3, 2004

7:49AM - dead

Good morning... did all the election news kill the board?

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