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Old 06.27.2007, 03:42 PM   #21
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I should add that's yet another gorgeous signature.
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Old 06.27.2007, 05:41 PM   #22
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well, scissor shock has an accordian player now!

though it's a first act accordian.

but still. we got some cock rockin accordian sounds you can hear right now on ye old myspace! just listen to "Scenes from a sasha grey film"!

did someone mention weird al yet? ?????????/

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Old 06.27.2007, 09:04 PM   #23
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I happen to find idiocy (the lack of normal development of intellectual capacities) disgusting, Glice. Especially when that idiocy is from apparent laziness of mind. Why do you think there are so many problems in this world? (Is) the tooth fairy (to blame)?

And please, let's not confuse "idiocy" with Dostoevsky's The Idiot. The idiocy I'm referring to is quasi-literateness. In the novel, Prince Myshkin is an "idiot" because he lacks the development of "normal" social graces. In other words, he's deemed an idiot because he's not like the herd. He's deeply empathetic, but he can only tell the truth about how he feels.
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Old 06.27.2007, 09:25 PM   #24
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People have intellectual comfort zones. The fact that someone who CAN run a marathon doesn't choose to partake in such an endeavour everytime they step outside proves nothing. It's what someone is capable of in the appropriate circumstances that ultimately defines them. Does it undermine my point to say that I'm quite glad you're back, Atari?
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Old 06.27.2007, 09:43 PM   #25
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Well, I am taking great leaps in my reasoning, but still, how does someone misspell "accordion?" It just baffles me. Anyhow, I'm just intoixicaated and watching the Sopranos on A&E right now. And much to my chagrin, it appears as if "I'm back." I'm going to cross my fingers and end transmission now for at least a week.
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Old 06.27.2007, 09:53 PM   #26
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Well, I am taking great leaps in my reasoning, but still, how does someone misspell "accordion?" It just baffles me. Anyhow, I'm just intoixicaated and watching the Sopranos on A&E right now.

Similarly to how someone can misspell 'intoxicated', maybe.

Either way, it means nothing.
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Old 06.28.2007, 02:54 AM   #27
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Old 06.28.2007, 03:42 AM   #28
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I'm surprised no one has mentioned The Tiger Lillies.

Dark, gypsy cabaret three-piece. accordion, double-bass, pots 'n' pans.

Martyn Jacques provides the high falsetto operatic vocals whilst manipulating the pump.

Check 'em out.
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Old 06.29.2007, 12:38 PM   #29
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I happen to find idiocy (the lack of normal development of intellectual capacities) disgusting, Glice. Especially when that idiocy is from apparent laziness of mind. Why do you think there are so many problems in this world? (Is) the tooth fairy (to blame)?

And please, let's not confuse "idiocy" with Dostoevsky's The Idiot. The idiocy I'm referring to is quasi-literateness. In the novel, Prince Myshkin is an "idiot" because he lacks the development of "normal" social graces. In other words, he's deemed an idiot because he's not like the herd. He's deeply empathetic, but he can only tell the truth about how he feels.

I don't see why anyone would confuse the word 'idiocy' with the book 'The Idiot' unless they felt compelled to mention that they like Dostoevsky at every single oppurtunity they get. It's fine, we all have our peccadilloes - me as much as anyone.

And for every parallel with D, there's an old parable about knowing thy enemy or choosing your battles. It is not that I do not deplore idiocy - it is that I deplore sanctimony and unecessary provocation.

It's a shame, I do share a disdain for a certain laziness, and I would rather that everyone could write articulately. However, in the real world I can do something about that. This is a messageboard, where bored people come to be bored. I'm pretty certain that any number of intelligent things I have to say would not be read or absorbed by the masses of Sonic Youth fans. You are a very petty man, but you're also infrequently sharp. Lay off the grass and you might actually be able to have a decent discussion without flying into paranoid flights of fancy with people represented by words on a page somewhere on the internet.
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