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itsawonderfullife
09/11/07, 21:44

The "pool" shot really scares me
Numb
09/11/07, 13:22

How dare somebody who cares about the poor not be poor himself!!!
SNL - The Herlihy Boy
09/11/07, 12:14

This is my favorite SNL sketch, and if you asked me I certainly couldn't give a good reason why
Seinfeld in Oz
09/11/07, 11:09

And thaaaat started the whole THING
Starship Troopers - Citizen Rule
09/11/07, 02:19

"garbarge" = typo, or unintentionally brilliant portmanteau?
David Lynch Presents "A Goofy Movie"
09/10/07, 20:28

I'll have to send you a love letter! Straight from my heart, fucker! You know what a love letter is? It's a bullet from a fucking gun, fucker!
David Lynch Presents "A Goofy Movie"
09/10/07, 16:39

I do seem to remember this movie being pretty good, for what it was. Not that I'm gonna run down to Blockbuster and rent it, or anything.
Pearl Jam -- Jeremy
09/10/07, 13:08

It was better than hair metal. Not necessarily this song, which is worse than pretty much everything, but grunge in general.
David Lynch Presents "A Goofy Movie"
09/10/07, 11:41

Goofy laughing + lightning
Smashing Pumpkins - I Am One
09/10/07, 02:01

Their new album = opposite of this
Starship Troopers - Citizen Rule
09/10/07, 01:57

Here's a review I stole from somewhere:

Stunning, inexplicably overlooked monster movie that also happens to be among the year's most fascinating and subversive satires. It's hard to think of another movie (Leni Riefenstahl excepted) that uses Fascist imagery so blatantly - Nazi-style greatcoats and uniforms, soldiers standing in serried ranks bellowing in unison, recruitment ads in the style of the Hitlerjunge - and it doesn't even bother to camouflage its bloodlust with the soft-hearted trappings (parental bonding, filial reconciliation) of THE LOST WORLD or INDEPENDENCE DAY : this is an unabashedly militaristic future, where only soldiers have the right to vote and the Army makes a man of our callow hero - it's a clarion-call for violence, and it doesn't have a sentimental bone in its body. Yet - unlike the Robert Heinlein book on which it's (loosely) based - it's not (only?) a celebration of Fascist values : our heroes look almost reprehensibly Aryan (airbrushed teens, all teeth and cheekbones), at least till you realise they also look like the clean-cut kids on glossy TV shows like "Beverly Hills 90210" - and until it clicks that perhaps the "master race" isn't all that different from our capitalist glorification of the rich, the smooth and the shiny (it sounds simple, but if Gregg Araki was doing it every hipster on the planet would be salivating). Similarly, though the film's worldview seems politically incorrect to the point of barbarity, it's in fact based on the most ubiquitous shibboleths of 90s public life : men and women are entirely equal, racism is unheard-of, nobody smokes or does drugs, and, above all, uniformity (both cultural and, implicitly, political) has been imposed throughout the globe - in the film's slyest gag, these archetypally Californian teens are supposedly from Buenos Aires! It's just exhilarating to think of arch-joker Verhoeven enjoying his rich, multivalenced (if nihilistic) joke : on the right-wing redneck crowd who take the gung-ho aggression at face value, not realizing the military discipline is played so straight it's a hair's-breadth away from hilarity ("You kill anything that has more than two legs! You get me?" barks the sergeant ; "We-get- you-sir!" yell the recruits) ; on the weedy liberal types who find the whole thing objectionable, not getting the true message - that all attempts to substitute homogeneity for individual freedom are equally despicable, however "good" the cause ; and perhaps on the hapless studio that bankrolled the whole thing to the tune of $120 million, never realizing what they were in for. And the ultimate joke? All the above is just subtext, mere icing on the cake : the film is primarily a monster movie, and an outrageously exciting one, full of mind-boggling visual trickery and kinetic battle scenes - it's everything THE LOST WORLD should've been and more, the adventure movie as irreverent, in-your-face comic-book. Terrific stuff.

Mine: This movie is fucking awesome. The fact that people don't like it kinda weirds me out.
Numb
09/09/07, 23:43

It's better then their newer stuff, in which Bono presents himself as some kind of bigass Irish paradoxical secular deity
Pearl Jam -- Jeremy
09/09/07, 23:42

This is a horrible, horrible song. These guys got much better later. And then they got shitty again (see their most recent album).
Starship Troopers - Citizen Rule
09/09/07, 23:41

I just like how it pissed off nerds
Nada Surf - Popular
09/09/07, 21:42

"I'm sorry for what I did/I did what my body told me to/I didn't mean to do you harm

Smell you on my hand for days/I can't wash away your scent/If I'm a dog then you're a bitch."

Yes. Yes, you are.
MC Hammer - Can't Touch This
09/09/07, 17:00

Hammer was a better rapper, but Ice Ice Baby was a better song
Nada Surf - Popular
09/09/07, 00:05

Fuck Weezer, this song is the last word in nerd-rock
Vanilla Ice - Ice Ice Baby
09/08/07, 22:22

wax a chump like a candle
Porno For Pyros - Pets
09/08/07, 20:10

Not anymore. I don't think Jim Rose has been with them for a while. It's a pretty inoffensive show; mainly alternative stuff. Peter Bjorn and John, Interpol, Pearl Jam, Hold Steady, Muse, stuff like that.
Porno For Pyros - Pets
09/08/07, 19:43

I saw Perry Ferrell perform this at the children's tent at Lollapalooza. He was obnoxious as hell. "HEY?!?! DO ANY OF YOU KIDS HAVE....'PETS'?!?!?"

He also said "fuck" a lot, in front of a big audience of kids.

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