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Originally Posted by melonadejello View Post

It probably would have sucked anyway, I wouldn't beat myself up over it.
I'm pretty optimistic about their new album though

Update: it's really good.
post #84257 of 98866
nvmmmmm
post #84258 of 98866
don't want anyone to steal my idea redface.gif
Edited by jet - 9/20/13 at 10:21pm
post #84259 of 98866
whoa


what if you started a movement.
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post #84261 of 98866

that jacket is bizarre. but if anyone could make it work...

post #84262 of 98866
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Originally Posted by melonadejello View Post

Update: it's really good.

downloading now icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #84263 of 98866
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Originally Posted by melonadejello View Post

Update: it's really good.

Of Montreal kind of fell off my radar at some point. I think it was the on the follow-up to Hissing Fauna (which is itself a pretty great album), every song started having five parts that they'd switch between every 20 or 30 seconds. It was like they had all these ideas but couldn't commit to following through on some and abandoning others, so they ended up with this schizoid mish-mash that, while arguably interesting, wasn't particularly easy to follow or enjoyable to listen to. They were pretty great live when I've seen them, though.

The Deerhunter concert was...interesting. I wouldn't say the lead singer had a breakdown precisely, but there was a period of at least ten minutes where they stopped playing, turned the house lights up, and he talked about how pointless life is and how much he hates heroin and all heroin users. Apparently he just found out that a friend of his died, and he was understandably upset.

They played a great encore, though.

(Fashion-related because the lead signer was wearing a wig, which he took off during the mid-set break. Also, he dresses differently when he performs with Deerhunter vs. performing as Atlas Sound.)
post #84264 of 98866
Bradford Cox is such a dick.


Post Office horror stories, v. 3,238:
Get a notice from the mail carrier that they tried to deliver a package, and it will be available to pick up at the Post Office the following day. (So it goes from a delivery to me to an errand for me to run.)
Attempt to pick up package at post office. They can't find it.
Manager comes out and says it was delivered. I say well, not to me.
They ask to see my slip and go in the back. They come out with a photocopy of a signature slip.
They say it was delivered and signed for. The tracking number on the slip is my tracking number.
The signature and name on the slip are not my name. The address is not my address. I live in a house on a residential street. It was delivered to a suite in an office building.
They ask me if I know the guy who signed. Of course not. They ask if I was expecting a package from Japan. Yes.
They give me a phone number to call. I ask if, before I leave, they can explain why they would leave a note saying they were NOT delivering the package, then instead deliver the package to an address not ON the package, and allow it to be signed for by a person ALSO not on the package. They tell me to call the number.
I call the number, they say they will investigate and try to get my package back. Of course, the business at the address will not be open on Saturday or Sunday. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

Don't fucking sign for packages clearly not addressed to you.
post #84265 of 98866
A very similar scenario happened to me. I moved back home after graduating from college. I ordered something from Japan and forgot my fromjapan account had my old address on it. I thought I was good because I had a recent change of address on file with usps, but my package was still delivered and signed for at my old place. Luckily I was able to contact the people living in my old place to get the package forwarded. Incompetence all around.
post #84266 of 98866
Footlocker is the Chaviest place I've been in years.
post #84267 of 98866
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Originally Posted by notwithit View Post

Of Montreal kind of fell off my radar at some point. I think it was the on the follow-up to Hissing Fauna (which is itself a pretty great album), every song started having five parts that they'd switch between every 20 or 30 seconds. It was like they had all these ideas but couldn't commit to following through on some and abandoning others, so they ended up with this schizoid mish-mash that, while arguably interesting, wasn't particularly easy to follow or enjoyable to listen to. They were pretty great live when I've seen them, though.

That's about when they fell off everyone's radar because Skeletal Lamping and False Priest were garbage. maybe not all as bad as I remembered, but GOD are the low points low and not exactly memorable overall

But get this new one, Lousy With Sylvianbriar ASAP.
I got the previous one, Paralytic Stalks too, since I'd never given it chance and I'm actually liking it, but it's pretty out there
Edited by melonadejello - 9/21/13 at 1:53pm
post #84268 of 98866
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Originally Posted by notwithit View Post

Can anyone recommend a decent travel steamer? I'm looking for something I can throw in a carry-on-sized suitcase when I need to dress biz-caz for a few days and don't want to use a hotel iron.

I've got a Jiffy travel steamer that has treated me really well for about 3 years. it's this one:
http://www.amazon.com/ESTEAM%C2%AE-Personal-Hand-Held-Steamer/dp/B0018ZHHS4
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Can anybody recommend me a nice cardigan with good quality and material for around $100? Maybe $125-$130?

post #84270 of 98866
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Originally Posted by ghdvfddzgzdzg View Post

I've got a Jiffy travel steamer that has treated me really well for about 3 years. it's this one:
http://www.amazon.com/ESTEAM%C2%AE-Personal-Hand-Held-Steamer/dp/B0018ZHHS4

i have this works pretty well except you can't turn it off, you can't really set it down anywhere while it's on and have to wait for it to cool off. Takes a long time for set in wrinkles but it's a travel steamer.

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Originally Posted by Jakethedrummer View Post

Can anybody recommend me a nice cardigan with good quality and material for around $100? Maybe $125-$130?


You need to cough up at least 250 for a high quality cardigan so with your budget I'd go with uniqlo and have cash left over for slim oxford shirts, socks and pants.
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