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You know, you’ve got the Obama’s, obviously, that general guy, let’s see…who else….MJ? That should be good, let’s run with it.
too late, they’re funded. This on the other hand, appears to be struggling:
Does anyone really like Gates of Heaven for any reason other than its existence is the reason Werner Herzog once ate his shoe?
Cube 2! Hypercube!! Ahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!
That is not Wrigley Field.
One time I declined to pay $300 for my wife and I to see Tom Waits, thinking it was too much money. I now realize this was incorrect, and often think of $300 expenses in terms of missed opportunities to see Tom Waits.
Was that movie called Poetic Justice because her name was Justice, and she was a poet?
Gwyneth, you’re not even close.
In her world “schlepping” somewhere is being chauffeured to and from a private entrance at the ridiculously simplest time of day to do anything, in order to watch a live musical performance from VIP seating. What a schlep, that Beyonce.
Thanks. That explains why I missed it.
Where did this start?
I will NEVER forget femskins.
Can’t wait for YCMIU this week.
Oh man, that video. Great timing. I’ll be heading to Pitchfork today, and I can only hope to see some dancing somewhere near this caliber.
He is, thanks. Slight scar, but he has a beard anyway…
Very cool DS3M.
Bingo! Nightmare DNA!
By a homeless guy. That part is important. It was a homeless guy that stabbed him in the lips.
My brother got stabbed in the lips outside a bar in Wicker Park (Chicago) a few years ago. In the lips!
Every time my cat does this to my dog, I laugh at him. My dog also does not care in the least that he is taking tiny little cat jabs to the face.
What is happening in this picture?? That is not real water. Is that Goofy getting splashed? Is that an outboard motor shaped American flag? Is the man in the back seat a cardboard cutout? Is the sign actually in the scene or just added to the picture? So many questions.
I’m with you. I love the Chinese Restaurant. I don’t know why.
Hopefully it’s Luongo’s car. He would probably deserve more than any other Vancouver resident.
I tacked Gates of Heaven onto an Amazon order a while back on the basis of a Roger Ebert quote calling it the best movie ever or something, and also some sort of Herzog connection? I forget, but that movie was very uninteresting and difficult to get through.
Fog of War, conversely, was fascinating and compelling.
Are Pitchfork writers considered “bloggers”? Is Pitchfork even considered a blog? I don’t think of it that way. No comments! Doesn’t a website have to have comment threads to be considered a blog?