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Dan Aykroyd is very interested in the supernatural and has an extensive collection of books on the subject.
He believes in UFOs, astral projection, mental telepathy, ESP, clairvoyance, spirit photography, telekinetic movement, full-trance mediums, the Loch Ness monster, and the theory of Atlantis.
Been catching up on the latest season of "Defiance," a show that is by turns gut-wrenching, awesome, and completely lame and cheesy. In the latest episode, a character played by Linda Hamilton (yes, that Linda Hamilton) used the line "come with me if you want to live." I see what you did there, "Defiance."
Hobgoblin Hacker wrote:
At least they aren't New Jersey.
Freehold DM wrote:
No, you don't understand, I'm trying very hard to be normal.
Max Normal - "Too Cold To Hold"
Spent 8 hours today helping run 400 feet of wire to a swimming pool light system through three runs of kinked pipe under the baking hot sun, then spent another 2 hours in a sweltering hot machine room flipping breakers and trying not to touch the high voltage lines, and then played a 30-minute set in a jam-packed, poorly-ventilated basement. I think I've lost 20 pounds in sweat alone.
Ran to the corner store to grab a jar of peanut butter, and while I was there, some dude was on the phone with the police because someone stole a $20 bill he left unattended on the counter while he was in the bathroom. Something tells me he's not getting his 20 bucks back.
Someone recommended that I watch a movie called "Ghost in the Shell," so I ordered it off of Netflix. It's pretty good, and I think it's legit, but it feels like a bootleg. It's dubbed in English, with English subtitles, but the subtitles don't match the dubbing at all. I feel like I'm reading a synopsis of the dialog while the dialog is being said on screen.
Wait, there's been a time when Refused wasn't ham-fistedly political and preachy?
They seem to have always been that way in interviews, but all of the political stuff in their older songs was a lot more well-crafted and toned-down to an extent. With this new track, I feel like they're trying to bash me over the head with their message, Homey D. Clown -style.
On the other hand, they've now released a second track, "Elektra," from the album, which shows a hell of a lot more promise. Hopefully, "Francafrique" is a fluke, and the rest of the album is really good.