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  1. Thread: Cheers, Fool

    by Munro
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    Have a good one mate

    Have a good one mate

    <I told ya 'bout the fool on tha hill,
    I tell ya man he's living there still>

    An old face around here, always a laugh. Cheers man.
  2. Thread: % of insanity

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    Lol. I wasted $$$ on an arcade game today trying...

    Lol. I wasted $$$ on an arcade game today trying to get past a level, and thought the exact same thought.
  3. Thread: future of music

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    hey a/p, that's some good taste you got there!...

    hey a/p, that's some good taste you got there! (obscure too :) ).

    I really like the song 'Lovely Head' by Goldfrapp.

    and 'Hands around my throat' by Death in Vegas. Those are all I've heard,...
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    Poll: Feudal Japan was not a nice place . . .

    Oh, ninjas definitely! They're so fast and agile they'd chop up those drunken louts in a matter of minutes. It's a massacre I wouldn't mind watching, I'm thinking Captain Hook (Peter Pan) Vs. Jubei...
  5. Thread: Hey!

    by Munro
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    yer

    yer
  6. Thread: Favorite Authors

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    James Joyce is almost everything I have to...

    James Joyce is almost everything I have to experience in literature and live up to thereafter. ihrocks will be testament to the fact that by "Molly" this is impossible, but I'll keep my hopes til...
  7. Thread: Good Books

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    Hehehehehe, you so funny. They're all lying to...

    Hehehehehe, you so funny. They're all lying to themselves.

    "I miss the comfort in feeling sad . . . " But people who use a depressed, suicidal persona to stand out in the crowd, gain attention...
  8. Thread: future of music

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    There is quite a lot of "happy" music around...

    There is quite a lot of "happy" music around right now, even in rock. There are The Strokes, The Hives, The White Stripes - all write entertaining, poisitve and sometimes weird music about the joys...
  9. Thread: Character Images

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    Some parallels to literay figures . . .

    . . . I've always imagined, and as we're talking about each other:

    AP is Hermann Hesse, for his serenity

    Abdo Rinbo was his own beloved Arthur Rimbaud, his life in the forums was brilliant and...
  10. Thread: Love Fest

    by Munro
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    hehehe

    i love u guys :D :D :D
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    Yeh, just like "pubbing" except with darker...

    Yeh, just like "pubbing" except with darker rooms, more women, hyper music instead of cover bands, and ecstasy pills instead of alcohol.
  12. Thread: Character Images

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    Shea thinks concisely and relates her responsive...

    Shea thinks concisely and relates her responsive thoughts on all subjects clearly and intelligently. The entire year or two I've been follwing her posts occasionally I have at every moment received...
  13. Thread: Coleridge

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    Even Shelley turned his nose up at Keats and...

    Even Shelley turned his nose up at Keats and criticised his poetry instinctively, I'm not surprised Byron was the same, probably worse.

    We share similar love for these poems - Grecian Urn is...
  14. Thread: Character Images

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    Thanks so much Sindhu, that meant a lot to me!...

    Thanks so much Sindhu, that meant a lot to me! And thanks Cassandra for letting me know. Give me some time to think my own character compliments into words and I'll be right back!
  15. Thread: Coleridge

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    I felt like talking about it (always up for a...

    I felt like talking about it (always up for a discussion on Romantic poetry!), and I'm glad we agree. Keats and Coleridge, despite their relatively small input of poetry, were definitely the true...
  16. Thread: Coleridge

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    Re: Re: Coleridge

    Sindhu, your long awaited reply :)

    Initially the relationship between Wordsworth and Coleridge was everything that a companionable poet could wish for, and such relationships are most definitely...
  17. Thread: Do Not Swear

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    Sticky: In my opinion, swearing applies acceptably in...

    In my opinion, swearing applies acceptably in colloquail discourse and the "f" word has a certain force that sometimes gets a point across casually or humourously. Only in arguments is swearing a...
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    Blue Jam

    "Alright . . . how do I pronounce your name again. . .?"

    "Martin . . . "

    "Right, Martin."
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    Poll: You think his talk with Mr. Antolini meant...

    You think his talk with Mr. Antolini meant absolutely nothing? I'm sure some of what he said stuck to him. Now I'm starting to think he turned out as a lonely old hobo.

    I used to think that he'd...
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    Poll: I want to revive this discussion with a question...

    I want to revive this discussion with a question you've proabably all considered:

    What do you think happened to Holden after the novel?
    I like to think he found some kind of harmony and sense...
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    If hadji is who I think it is, I'm gonna freak. ...

    If hadji is who I think it is, I'm gonna freak.

    Trippy, skippy.
  22. Thread: Valentines day

    by Munro
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    Poll: On the contrary Koa, I've had enough of the...

    On the contrary Koa, I've had enough of the physcial. It eats away at the soul. I find the physical almost shameful unless there's some kind of courtship/love behind it. And it makes me feel guilty...
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    It is funny. Have you heard the BBC Radio series?...

    It is funny. Have you heard the BBC Radio series? In a way I much prefer those, cos of all the sound effects and Marvin's voice is just so perfect. As Douglas Adams always joked, the stories were a...
  24. Thread: Greek Tragedy

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    I've studied 'King Oedipus' by Sophocles and 'The...

    I've studied 'King Oedipus' by Sophocles and 'The Persians' by Aeschylus if you want to talk about. I think I don't like Aeschylus, either (as Koa said). In my Ancient History class last year we did...
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    Heh, the trilogy in five parts.

    Heh, the trilogy in five parts.
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