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Some night music!

I was introduced to GROOVESHARK a few weeks ago, a few happy weeks ago! Since then, my long-adhered-to HYPEMACHINE obsession has been....muckrucked, yeah? well if that word doesn't make any sense, I've gotta recommend you read Ulysses. I think you'd like it. 


Here is a song I beat to death with a fish (a trout, no less, trout being my favorite fish) in 2009. I hope you like it; these Swedes are called the Sounds and never want to do an interview with me.




I did however hug Maja. For a long time, I got away with not washing that hoodie. I think I left it in my Swedish hostel though.


have a good night! 


question:  what do you think Jeremy Lin listens to, pre-NBA game?

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  1. Upon being shown clips of the Grammys by my mother, the highlights were: Dave Grohl wearing a Slayer shirt, Taylor Swift performance, Glen Campbell.

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  2. My main beef with Taylor Swift is now that she is not country enough.

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  3. THIS, BETWEEN YOU AND ME, WILL NEVER RESOLVE ITSELF.

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  4. I was excited when I read that LizRo was a strong, independent black woman.

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  5. There's a little Whitney in all of us.

    QATFYG: Has your Whitney met Bobby Brown?

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  6. i want to keep my whitney like, 100000000000000000 miles away from bobby. i hope that got my point across!

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