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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FvW6_-TP5cs

Johnny Cash's cover from American IV:  When the Man Cones Around https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=_nH0zVQSf78

And his duet with Fiona Apple of Bridge Over Troubled Waters from the same album https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=8dKT-0KMcqg

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Ready for this shit? Adele's cover of Love song by The Cure and the Fix You cover done by Young @ Heart, an acapella group of senior citizens.

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: Spagbook
« on: July 04, 2014, 04:10:37 am »
BECAUSE I LOVE YOU. AND AMERICA.


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The past fling I remember most fondly is the guy who taught me that laughing during sex can be a lot of fun.

However, I also learned with him that a case of the giggles on a steep roof is not always a good thing.  Also, shingles suck.

Whoa.  :lulz:

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I just texted my friends in the Outer Banks:

"Yo I think I left my hurricane down there. Keep an eye out for me in case it turns up."

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I WOULD RATHER FACE TEN OF THESE HURRICANE WHATSITS IN OBX THAN SIT ANOTHER FUCKING MINUTE IN THIS OFFICE

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: My Girl Friday
« on: July 01, 2014, 07:30:46 pm »
Oh yeah, it's like a big pile of squirming reality that makes complete sense and shouldn't. Great work, Roger (and Lauren).  :)

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You know that guy I said I was going to break up with a year ago?

Broke up with him tonight.

AHAHAHA

ahahah

ha.

 :horrormirth:

Shit. Y'alright?

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I think I forgot to mention I'm out on the Outer Banks this week so I will only be around sporadically. Necronomicoin to resume upon return.

Oh man, the Outer Banks are THE SHIT. I love the Carolinas. Enjoy!

I love it here. This is my third year coming down for a week to visit my park ranger buddy. I cannot get tired of these beaches.

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I think I forgot to mention I'm out on the Outer Banks this week so I will only be around sporadically. Necronomicoin to resume upon return.

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I am vanilla as hell.  I just believe in putting my back into it.

Yeah, I really don't consider myself kinky at all, but it occurs to me that this is possibly for the same reason that Bondage Girl identifies as kinky, which is that I don't get a charge out of the label at all, and she does.

Oh, and in addition I HATE all the lingo that people use around polyamory and kink. It's not "play", assholes, it's FUCKING.

Sex is the furious smashing of genitals together in new and hilarious ways. Why fancy that up? It's already perfect.

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YOU MAKE A BRIEF, YET POWERFUL POINT


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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: A new currency.
« on: June 17, 2014, 12:08:47 am »
Mountains rolled past at the edges of my vision but the ones ahead loomed and stood steadfast, mockeries of a mad flight to that high nestled jewel Bogota. My hand vibrated with the engine. I held the throttle back and the little bike whined and sped on. It was a nimble machine and in my state I hoped I could match it should the need arise but more I hoped that time might think better of its inexorable journey onward and I might find myself again in that city, another tourist to the Museo del Oro but one with a purpose beyond a photo or two of all the glittering gold.

A Toyota slid into my lane. Its brake lights flared and I cut to the right in a deft swerve. Somewhere beyond my frame of mind a horn voiced a driverís displeasure but I couldnít place its location or even if it were my own.

Leaving Zipaquira the traffic moved along with some speed but here as we all grew closer to Bogota our push onward was one of determination, a sea of people and steel with the singular simple goal to return home and all of us in one anotherís way. The number of lanes doubled and then doubled again and every few hundred meters a car pushed its way to the far right lane and then parked on the side of the road.

A sign read Pico y Placa, then another, and vaguely I thought of this monster referred to in hushed tones throughout the trip. We came home early in the afternoon to avoid the Pico y Placa and we hatched schemes to outwit the beast. Another sign showed itself and the cars and trucks pulled over were in a line now, in some places two cars thick, heeding the words of warning. I couldnít remember if motorcycles were subject to the rule but it didnít matter. I had no time such things.

Brake lights lit in glaring red rows ahead and for the first time since I left the little town I stopped. I stood with the bike between me, its heat, without the wind rushing past, now threw itself onto my bare legs. Cars lined against each othersí bumpers as far as I could see.

I sighed, and swallowed, and sighed again. I disengaged the clutch and twisted the throttle again to ease on, looked over my right shoulder, and put myself directly between the lanes. My hand moved the throttle back just a bit more and the first two cars crawled by on either side. I sped up.

Side view mirrors launched themselves at my face. They reached out to strike and by some miracle missed every time. I sped up and it was not enough and I wondered if such a mundane thing as traffic could keep me from pursuing the Debt Collector that I am even capable of the task. It fell to pathetic hands. A lowly twenty-something American in a country I donít understand even without the corrupting influence of Necronomicoin.

Ineptly I trundled along the highway, at twice the speed that I should and half what I needed. It would be better if traffic simply stopped me.

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