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Andy Malcolm wrote:

go to japan and work for the national cheerleader association. all you have to do is check out cheerleaders, drink booze and go to pop punk shows. apparently.

actually it's Foundation of Japan Cheerleading Association smile

the rest is pretty accurate though!

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next drinking in norritch...end of june or early july....

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Watched "Primer" last night...I thought the script had quite a few good moments although the second half of the film was pretty rushed and  unintelligible....

that's pretty much my take too. although i would remove the word 'quite' smile

we need to go drinking and discuss this...or just go drinking...where can i download "one of our dinosaurs is missing"...

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It was made on a budget of $20000 and i respect the film they've made on such a small budget.

yeah, congratulations on making a cheap film, but that's no excuse for the daft script.

Watched "Primer" last night...I thought the script had quite a few good moments although the second half of the film was pretty rushed and  unintelligible....

Next up for me is a Czech sci-fi oddity from the 70's called "Tomorrow I'll Wake Up and Scald Myself With Tea".

Description
"Some futuristic Brazilian neo-Nazis decide to go back in time to give the A-Bomb to Hitler, but unfortunately the time machine's pilot just choked to death on a doughnut. Fortunately his identical twin can step into his shoes..."

What?

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dude, i already have dork rock cork rod...cracking stuff!  thanks anyway...oh, do you still need that Hamk CD because i picked it up cheap the other day....and the Cigaretteman discography CD has apparently been cancelled  :cry:

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amazing pop punk!

yes!

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"Nothing" by Vincenzo Natali (Cube, Cypher)...BIZARRE!!!

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Big yes for Nicholas Ray! "Rebel Without A Cause" is his famous

one, but They Live By Night, Johnny Guitar etc. - all classics!

Wasn't sure i was in the mood for it today after all the chaos that is going down,

but i finally watched "Rushmore". That is some ghighly amusing shit. "The Royal Tenenbaums" (by the same guy) which I saw a while ago I thought was great

too, but deeply cynical at heart. This one was more well-rounded.

kunal,
have you seen N. Ray's "Knock on Any Door" or "King of

Kings"?  these are the only ones i can find here to rent...

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Nicholas Ray's "In a Lonely Place".  Stunning performance by Humphrey Bogart.

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at some point earlier this year or late last year, myself

and a friend sung 'hyper enough' by superchunk in some hipster bar for about 20 minutes. the only bit we could remember was the chorus and the guitar solo

part, which we also re-enacted.  :vooze:

was that before or after pool cue air quitar to 'white riot' (or was it 'fat lip'?) at

the marquee...?