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    May all your days be gold my child.

    I was sitting at a local pub tonight, drinking Smutty Nose IPA, smoking a fantasticl San Cristobal cigar and contemplating my favorite music. 'it's a Wonderful Life' by Sparklehorse is among my top 25 of all time, and the recent death/suicide of Mark Linkous is still fresh in my mind. He had so much talent and I'm still trying to imagine a future without his remarkable talent. Such a waste. I'm sure there will be at least one postmortem cd, but after that....nothing. Damn.

    I am
    the only one
    can ride that horse
    th'yonder

    I'm full of bees
    who died at sea

    it's a wonderful life
    it's a wonderful life

    I wore
    a rooster's blood
    when it flew
    like doves
    I'm a bog
    of poisoned frogs

    it's a wonderful life
    it's a wonderful life

    I'm the dog that ate
    your birthday cake

    it's a wonderful life
    it's a wonderful life
    it's a wonderful life
    I call my bathroom Jim instead of John so I can tell people that I go to the Jim first thing every morning.

    If you say the word 'gullible' very slowly it sounds just like oranges.

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    you can smoke in a pub there?
    Repost this on your wall if you love Jesus.

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    No, not in the pub...

    Quote Originally Posted by 3LB
    you can smoke in a pub there?
    ...but out on the deck. There are a few places that won't allow it even on the outside deck. In fact, this particular pub has a deck section designated as non-smoking (families with kids are normally seated there), and another section that allows smoking. I was actually seated at the outside bar. How sweet it is!
    I call my bathroom Jim instead of John so I can tell people that I go to the Jim first thing every morning.

    If you say the word 'gullible' very slowly it sounds just like oranges.

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    mmmmm...stogies n' beer......
    Repost this on your wall if you love Jesus.

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    I find myself thinking about certain musicians who are gone. I think the biggest impact for me would be Lennon. I am only 32 years old, I was 3 when he was shot. Yet, through his music I feel close and connected to him. It's a powerful thing, music that is. I guess at the end of the day, that's how these guys live on.

    The other person I was going to mention is Chet Baker. I recall being very distressed when I found out how he died.

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