October 20th, 2004

Cthulhu Joyce

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Grr.. Have 12 logs (they're work projects).

They're all done, for the most part, but I can't pass them through the mover because other people that need to check them aren't here. So frustrating. Looks like I have much work, but I don't think I do.

I CAN'T tell.

*grumble grumble*

I go steal work from team mates now.
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Cthulhu Joyce

Lava surfing the Rhine.

Poll #369800 King's Quest is my Deity.

Where are you going....

I like Ramen way too much.
This is good when you are poor.

Yes, when you are poor.
... filthy monkey.

PS: Also triscuts. They are yummy.

How do you guys put up with my inane chatter? :)
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Cthulhu Joyce

Pedantic romantic

Silly thoghts due to "Sex, Drugs and Cocoa Puffs"

So, a band that is a tribute band aspires to be, as much as possible, the band they emulate. If they get popular, they become popular not for who they are but whom they emulate. Does this lessen their popularity because they don't really exist? THat is, "they" as individual people are non existent because they strive to be someone completely different and tribute bands don't get popular for being themselves.

So... what happens with a tribute band to a tribute band. They emulate the emulation with the quirks inseparable to the first tribute band. So, if the second tribute band gets famous it's for being even better and not being themselves; rather, they are famous for emulating and emulation - perchance flawed to begin with (where did it begin?) So, does this second band even exist?

I'd say that if all three bands met the world would implode....

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No, I'm not right
in the head.

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