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Hmm.. [Dec. 17th, 2006|12:47 am]
[mood |Leor]
[music |Volcano, I'm Still Excited]

Seeing as I rarely post, I've decided to take the time and do a little something I stole from Molly (no, not that, you dirty, dirty person you):

one song

one song from early childhood:
"Baby Beluga" by Rafi

one song you associate with your first big love:
"Dry the Rain" - the Beta Band (yeah, that sounds good)
or "Suggestion Box" - Aqueduct (if the first one doesn't count for some reason)

one song that reminds you of one of your holidays:
some Israeli folk song my dad plays

one song you like, but hate to admit:
"Cry Me a River" - Justin Timberlake

one song listened to while you were lovesick:
"Tres" - Pinback

one song you listened to most often in your life:
I... don't... know....

one song which is your favorite instrumental:
"Fallen Heart" - Jeremy Enigk

one song by one of your favorite bands:
"Ambulance" - TV on the Radio (of course)

one song in which you recognize yourself or through which you somehow feel understood:
Same TV on the Radio Song

one song which reminds you of a certain occasion (and the occasion):
"Best Looking Boys" - The Promise Ring, which reminds me of Becca and I screwing around at work over the summer (you love that song, don't you Keara. Admit it, do it!)

one rap/hip-hop song you like:
"Brothers Gonna Work It Out" - Public Enemy (it just keeps going and going...)

one song that helps you relax:
"Carry Me Ohio" - Sun Kil Moon

one song which symbolizes a great time in your life:
"Get Myself Arrested" - Gomez

one song which is your favorite at the moment:
"Dance of Days" - Embrace

one song you would dedicate to your best friend:
Umm... the Numa Numa song?

one song no one besides you likes:
"Elephants" - Food For Animals

one song you like because of its lyrics:
"Guitar and Video Games" - Sunny Day Real Estate

one song you like which is not in english:
"In the Sheen Biz" - Shabak (They either say something racist, sexual, or both. And in Hebrew!)

one song that helps you work out:
HA! Umm... I guess it'd have to be Powerman 5000's "When Worlds Collide," cause the last time I had any sort of strenuous work out was when they were my favorite band.

Hooray! Done with the semester, and done with language forever!
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(no subject) [Dec. 14th, 2006|01:08 am]
[music |Blowoff]

One final left, eight hours and counting.
In DC on Saturday.
Speaking of which, anyone want to see this..:
Umm.. tired. And I have no idea how I will spell Hakusen No without it right in front of me.
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(no subject) [Aug. 11th, 2006|08:43 am]
[mood |Leor]
[music |The Format - "Inches and Failing"]

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(no subject) [Aug. 3rd, 2006|12:31 am]
[mood |Leor]
[music |The Promise Ring - "Between Pacific Coasts"]

Today, I moshed to NoFx's "The Brews" in a gigantic dust bowl. Now I feel like I've accomplished something over the summer.
Quote of the day:
"Grape, that's the worst!" - Steve Salas, during a bottle fight right before Thursday's set, in which bottles filled the air and were chucked in all directions, many still filled with liquid, like the grape Gatorade that hit Steve. It stopped being funny after books, large plastic water jugs, hightops, and parts of the ground were being thrown at massive speed in our general area, hitting us so many times. So... many... times.
Other good stuff happened too.
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(no subject) [Jul. 31st, 2006|01:06 am]
[mood |Leor]
[music |one wonderful mix]

Today I stood in line at a burrito place next to the guys in the Editors.
I'm slacking on writing this damn study abroad essay.
I finally got my hands on the Violent Femmes' first album.
This mix is pretty sweet.
Townies make for an awkward mix to already awkward mixes at summer parties.
Why are two day weekends so short?
Boogie Nights was quite a film... hmm....
I guess that's it for now. Hooray!
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(no subject) [Jul. 3rd, 2006|02:39 am]
[mood |Leor]
[music |Duplomacy - "Stars"]

Weekend in New York, in no particular order:
*Adventures in Prospect Park, featuring Voxtrot (boring), matt pond PA (surprisingly disappointing), TV on the Radio (amazing), and other various adventures there.
*The Wedding Singer musical with the amazing Stephen Lynch.
*Walking all the way through Central Park for the first time, passing a set by Balkan Beat Box, a carnival, and various other things.
*Molly Jane working hard at Kims.
*Zach not working.
*Jhonny, Andrew, and the end of a big Fillipino party.
*Running out of Applebys before ordering anything (sufficiently odd).
*Other things!

Part of a five day weekend well spent, leaving me well spent and tired. Hooray for not having to wake up before noon!
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I love this song [Jun. 23rd, 2006|12:48 am]
[mood |Leor]
[music |Porches on the Autobahn]

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(no subject) [Jun. 22nd, 2006|12:52 am]
[mood |Leor]
[music |The Streets - "Geezers Need Excitement"]

Tonight at the Streets afterparty, I asked a practically incapacitated and incredibly cute Lady Soverign to play Electric Six. Seriously though, there's nothing cuter than a short, rapping woman with a British accent, a track suit, and a sideways pony-tail. Also, why did the Streets not play "The Irony of It All" and "Geezers Need Excitement?" Either way, a kickass show, more than I could have expected, and a surprisingly good stage presence. Hooray!
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(no subject) [Jun. 20th, 2006|07:24 pm]
[mood |Leor]
[music |Mittens - "Fools on a Holiday"]

Today at our weekly meeting, I drew a mustache on my index finger, held it up to my face, and fiddled with my doodled 'stache. Most of everyone else followed suit, leaving everyone including our boss laughing for no apparent reason. Gotta love the summer.
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Music related questions [Jun. 6th, 2006|12:53 am]
[mood |Leor]
[music |Jeremy Enigk - "Shade and the Black Hat"]

*After being graced by watching the full-intro for the Drew Carey show with the Presidents' song, I wonder just how much Cleveland rocks. Is it as much as the Presidents' seem to state? That is a lot... I mean, they do have the Rock and Roll hall of fame, so that brings a considerable deal of rock weight... but I've got no idea about the rest... I shall launch an investigation, probably in the form of a road trip...
*What's a "tomic rule?"
*What exactly was Flava Flave on while recording "Can't Do Nuttin' For Ya Man?" Great song, perplexing insults at the end.

I suppose there was no true intention for this, but I'm very interested in seeing Cleveland, cause the Presidents seem to love it, but other people claim it blows. Also, those last two just seem to stick out in my head. Meh.
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