A confused stile, and a disturbed method, is fittest to discourse of our miserie.
Songs The Fall Taught Us:http://blog.wfmu.org/freeform/2009/05/songs-the-fall-taught-us.html
Not my cup of tea.I guess that's why there is more than on song.Cheers!
Not my cup of tea.I'd be shocked if it were!As Lillian Gish said in Night of the Hunter, "I am a strong tree with branches for many birds."
Should I accept the assignment of shocking you, or is that mission impossible?
It's got a good beat. You can dance to it ... I'd give it an 85.(Geezer humor.)That's a pretty wide taste in music you've got there, Phila. And if I may say so, impeccable taste in films, too."Sheriff, I've got something out in my barn ..." Gish definitely got all the best lines in that movie.Hope this hiatus is just because you're too busy doing something you enjoy.
Phila -Gone for 10 days (and counting.) A Friday with with no HOPE. A Sunday with no MUSIC (at least not here -- I am doing my part.)What are we to make of this?Like Groucho (BTW, great handle - I'm envious.) I hope you're having some serious fun. Meanwhile, I can't figure out when and how much to worry.WV: parkbots. Apropos of nothing, but too cool to not share.
Sorry, all! I'm up against a deadline...happens to me once or twice a year.I appreciate the concern, and I hope to be back to at least sporadic blogging after the weekend. Will try to get a nudibranch posted, if nothing else.
Take your time. All is well, now that we know you're OK.
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