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31 July 2006 Monday


slated in moments at 5:09 pm

Been in a Decemberists/Album Leaf mood.. I think I came upon those two around the same time, ages ago. They fit well together.
Shiny was the first song that locked me for the Decemberists, I think.. and On Your Way for Album Leaf.
Decemberists’ storytelling would be especially appreciable at The Birchmere or similar.

Weather’s been really nice this summer.

So tomorrow’s August. Not sure what to say about that.
Things change. Or else never were.

I’m confused by the Transformers trailer. Are they supposed to be aliens? :-? Or maybe the Autobots and Decepticons are Cylons, camped out on a nearby planet, priming for attack?

Good and relevant quote:
“#1 – Battlestar Galactica:
‘Most of you probably think this entry has got to be a joke. The rest of you have actually watched the show.’” (Best of Television, 2005)

Quote of the day:
“They would twirl the emotional kaleidoscope until it gave them a picture that was comfortable.” source

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  1. Not sure if I told you about it, but Colin Meloy--the lead singer of the Decemberists--played a concert at the Birchmere and apparently it was really good.NPR has it on their site. It's really worth a listen and his solo acoustic Red Right Ankle is quite good.

    commented Tue 01 Aug 2006, 05:11:26 PM :: link
  2. Yes, thanks.. I remember that, but had been unable to access the links to listen. Same now.

    Tried to locate an alternative but so far no luck.

    commented Tue 01 Aug 2006, 06:19:18 PM :: link
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