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I suppose I could've taken license to post my most deep and thought-provoking titles, but I'm being honest. Most of the films I own and watch regularly (because of that) are "comfort" movies. Some of them are "films," and of high art merit, but others are just movies with a bunch of stuff that happens.

1. total number of films I own on DVD/video:
25 or so. I'm not a big movie buff.

2. the last film I bought:
Clerks X

3. the last film I watched:
Honestly, I think it was Not Another Teen Movie solely because Jon Benjamin is in it. Sadly, I needed to sit through it all to see his 20 second part towards the end.

4. five films that I watch a lot or that mean a lot to me:
Planes, Trains and Automobiles
American Beauty
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Wet Hot American Summer

5. tag 5 people and have them put this in their journal:
[ profile] leeann_marie
[ profile] zaxxon
[ profile] chupatintas
[ profile] so_gracefully
[ profile] puceangel
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The following refers to my complete I-Tunes library as of March 8, 2005:

How many total songs?
3850 (not counting the 750 I just downloaded from the SXSW festival)

Sort by song title (actually, file name in the song title field)
first: '97 - Alkaline Trio
last: Zyclone B Bathouse - NOFX

Sort by time
first: Fuck - Propagandhi (0:04)
last: Get In The Van Disc One - Henry Rollins (

Sort by artist
first: Alkaline Trio
last: Young MC (mmmhmmm!)

Top ten most played songs:
1. Gold - David Cross
2. The Other Side - The Dismemberment Plan
3. Franco Un-American - NOFX
4. Leavin' Here - Pearl Jam
5. The Surgeon's House - Burning Airlines
6. Hippies - David Cross
7. My Wife's Crazy! - David Cross
8. Second Hand Bullshit - Doug Stanhope
9. Fuck You God - Doug Stanhope
10. True - Propagandhi

25 Random Tracks:
Digging - Jonatha Brooke
Stand Off - Mighty Mighty Bosstones
Rebels - Tom Petty
Violins - Yellowcard
Dissident - Pearl Jam
As The Crow Flies - Henry Rollins
Elvis - Bill Hicks
Up in Arms - Foo Fighters
Really Special Cows - Bill Hicks
Zyclone B Bathouse - NOFX
Something In The Air - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
Time To Move On - Tom Petty
Misery is a Butterfly 5 - Blonde Redhead
Oh, George - Foo Fighters
Not for You - Pearl Jam
Wind Below - Rage Against The Machine
Get Me Off This Coin A - Travis Morrison
Drugs - Bill Hicks
Falling - Face To Face
Ha Ha You're Dead - Green Day
Tiki God - The Presidents of the United States of America
Big Shot - Billy Joel
Love in Venice - Henry Rollins
Mirror, Signal, Wheelspin - Goober Patrol
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pornstar name: (first pet + street you live on)
Carrots Regal (this makes me snicker)

movie star name: (favorite snack + grandpa's first name)
String Cheese Donald

fashion designer name: (first word + favorite restaurant)
Buh Cy's

exotic foreigner alias: (favorite spice + last foreign place visited)
Curry St. Lucia (now that sounds like a pornstar)

socialite alias: (childhood nickname + first city you partied)
Peebler Appleton

"fly boy" alias: (first letter of first name + first few letters of last name)
M Bri

detective alias: (favorite animal + high school you went to)
Duckling West

icon alias: (something within sight + liquid in the fridge)
Carpet Milk

barfly alias: (last snack food eaten + favorite drink)
Tortilla Mountain Dew (what?)

soap opera alias: (middle name + first street lived on)
Ronald Hawes

rock star alias: (favorite candy + last name of favorite musician)
Butterfinger Keith

1 1/2 prov

Feb. 26th, 2005 08:46 pm
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High School meme (this was originally focused on one year, but my memory aint't that good)
yoinked from [ profile] puceangel

[What year was it?]
1995-1996 was my senior year

[What were your three favorite bands?]
Green Day, Pearl Jam and The Mighty Mighty Bosstones

[What was your favorite outfit?]
Shorts and a tee shirt.

[What was up with your hair?]
Still enormously helmet-like

[Who was your best friend?]

[What did you do after school?]
Watched heroic amounts of television

[Did you take the bus?]
I was close enough to walk or got a ride from Terry

[Who did you have a crush on?]
Carrie B, but I didn't really realize it at the time.

[Did you fight with your parents?]
Only over curfew. We've never had a true argument until I told my mom I didn't want to go to church anymore, but that was during college. Oh, and the time that I stayed out until 2 in the morning with two older co-workers from Arby's when I was 16. One of them told me that oral sex was the greatest thing a woman could experience and that I had to promise to perform that as often as possible when I got a girlfriend. I did.

[Who did you have a CELEBRITY crush on?]
Kelly Kapowski

[Did you smoke cigarettes?]
Nuh uh.

[Did you lug all of your books around in your backpack all day because you were too nervous to find your locker?]
My locker was actually quite conveniently located. The three older girls next to me were actually quite nice to me and one told me that 'Oceans' was the greatest Pearl Jam song ever. She even invited me to her graduation party and she was really cute, but I was too chicken shit to go.

[Did you have a 'clique'?]
Senior year was the year Terry and I really meshed. The friends I had then are for the most part, the friends I'll always have.

[Did you have a "Max" like Zach, Kelly and Slater?]
Carrie B's basement was our hangout

[Admit it, were you popular?]
Not in the slightest.

[Who did you want to be just like?]
I didn't really try to be like anyone but my dad.

[What did you want to be when you grew up?]
A 'businessman'. What the fuck was I thinking?

[Where did you think you'd be at the age you are now?]
I didn't think that far ahead.
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If you read this, even if i don't speak to you often, you must post a memory of me. It can be anything you want, it can be good or bad, just so long as it happened. Or, even if it didn't happen, but something cool that you can imagine happened. Like saving a baby from a burning building or kicking Tucker Carlson squarely in the nuts. Then post this in your journal. See what people remember about you.
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Think of 3 pictures you'd like to see - things in my house, around it, etc.
Pick something I can take a picture of easily, and sit back and wait for the photos.
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1. Tell me one thing you love about me.

2. Tell me two things you love about yourself. This one I'm particularly interested in, so make it good. I mean it. No self-deprecation allowed!

3. Look through the comments; when you see someone you know, tell them three things you love about them.

4. Do this in your journal so I can tell you what I love about YOU - and if you've already done it, tell me so, so that I can go back and give you some love. (Optional, of course.)
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Audience participation post!
1. Think of a word you would use to describe me.
2. Go to Google Image Search and search for that word.
3. Select the picture you see as most fitting, and post it as a reply.
4. Post this meme in your journal.
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1. Imagine that you wake up and, as your head clears, you realize that you're in a hospital. You're informed that you've been in a horrible accident, and that they've had to amputate. Which part of your body would you be devastated to learn was gone, and why?

I think I could deal without having legs, although I'd miss tennis and kicking stupid people in the head. Probably my arms, because having to pick my nose with a coat rack would be pretty unsightly.

2. On a lighter note, if you suddenly found yourself growing breasteses, would you feel yourself up?

I'd probably have to quit my job.

3. If you could state something to somebody, and not worry about outside parties being affected, who would you confront, and what would you say?

I'd probably tell my brother, point blank, to get his shit together and how much his decisions hurt other people.

4. Which do you think would result in more gray hairs as you raise them: boys or girls? (And, of course, why.)

I'd guess girls, simply because I'm a guy and think I'd have a lot more to learn about raising them. I also get the sense that they are more expensive to raise, but that's just based on a gut feeling.

5. What is the greatest wisdom that anybody has ever bestowed upon you?

I don't think I've ever had a moment of great wisdom - most of my wisdom has come from observing others (my parents and friends). So maybe taking the time to pay attention to others is the lesson.
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"If you and I were alone in a room right now, what would we be doing?"
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I've turned off IP tracking, so feel free to post anonymously. I'd really like everyone who feels they know me well enough to contribute. Any and every topic is fair game.

What advice would you give me?
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brian is a bitch and i have pics
brian is a cockbite
brian is a homosexual
brian is a huge
brian is a little goofy
brian is a punk
brian is a sex god
brian is a survivor of an airplane crash leaving him alone and desolate in the canadian wilderness
brian is an 8
brian is an asshole
brian is an avid believer in controlling one's own destiny
brian is an idiot
brian is charged with three counts of forgery
brian is constantly talking
brian is correct
brian is currently licensed to practice law both in missouri and kansas
brian is enclosed in a pyramid when torches are inserted
brian is exceptionally happy to announce his new endorsement relationship with mesa boogie
brian is funnier than mallrats
brian is naughty amatuer bikini
brian is not in need of money
brian is off to thailand
brian is one of more than 400 patients who have survived life
brian is open to suggestions
brian is rumored to play anakin skywalker
brian is russia bound for world karate championships
brian is the #20 most common male name
brian is the youngest of two boys
brian is third from the right on the back row
brian is unable to communicate all his feelings
brian is vastly superior to brad (no, I did NOT make this one up!)
brian is very engaging and personable
brian is warning voyeurs

Talk talk

Jun. 26th, 2004 08:43 am
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And the rest )
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twicketface's bits are best described as his "upstanding manhood".

What's yours? Enter your name:
Privates Eye
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New icon thanks to [ profile] pooplord!

As yesterday and today were mostly non-descript, ask me three questions. C'mon, please?
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Thanks to [ profile] soarjubs:

My Political Compass:
Economic Left/Right: -7.62
Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -5.90

Close to The Dalai Lama and Nelson Mandela - this 'quiz' had pretty good questions on it.
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I want anyone and everyone who reads this to post in here something they would like to do with me someday.

Then post this in your journal to find out what I want to do with you.
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Poplar Tree (the Uncertainty) -- looks very decorative, talented, not very self-confident, extremely courageous if necessary, needs goodwill and pleasant surroundings, very choosy, often lonely, great animosity, great artistic nature, good organizer, tends to lean toward philosophy, reliable in any situation, takes partnership seriously.

I'm a little jealous that June 24th gets its own tree )


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