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A brief summary of things as they are:

- Uffie has a new song that's leaked, "MCs Can Kiss." Uffie is precocious and kind of twitty, but I love her. the song "Dismissed"- those lyrics! made me love her.

- Apparently Billy Corgan and Jessica Simpson are dating. yeah.

- I am the second biggest user on Hype Machine. this should give you more of a reason why to follow me (brittnik, as for everything).

- I am not going to do any personal reflection on 2009. Public or otherwise. This song will surmise my feelings on this stupid year:



Go fuck yourself, 2009!

- Is anyone excited for Sherlock Holmes with Jude Law and Robert Downey Jr, which opens on Christmas, much like Nine does? I don't care. Christmas will be spent being torn apart by children again. Speaking of, I have two Christmas posts coming up. you lucky people.

Also read Al's TV post. it is incredible!

tale care

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  1. Billy Corgan and Jessica Simpson???

    WTF!

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  2. *Wow that is really werid couple.*

    ~*~I am not excited for Sherlock Holmes. I don't know why. but I'm not~*~I am excited for Nine because the preview make it look real good.~*~

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  3. I am super hyped up for NINE! And not only because I moderate the NINE group on facebook related to all things NINE.

    2nd top user!! Impresivo.

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  4. ...there was a video for paper bag? AM I THE ONLY ONE WHO DIDN'T KNOW THAT?

    anyone else here realize all of a sudden that they had repressed their knowledge of all the lyrics on When The Pawn... until just now? 'I thought he was a man but he was just a little boy...' DAYYUM.

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