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Discussion in 'Anathema' started by marginalé, Dec 25, 2004.

  1. zupi_clone

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    haha look at popeye the sailor, wheres his pipe?
     
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    Adrian baby, I don't give a shit whether you like them or not, your musical horizon is just as limited as mine. :D
     
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    hmmm hehe, i like the way you address me baby!

    ah come on, we can share tunes surely? learn from each other and eh...stuff :D
     
  4. Cerulean

    Cerulean Not very cerulean eh

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    You're forgetting to be hateful :(
     
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    Sorry, but I'm not infected by that tsunami-mania and hysteria. Natural disasters kill people on this planet every day, you know.
     
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    but she may find that unsettling too
     
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    Bambi Villain of the piece

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    I'm saving all my hates for you little boy doom :Spin:
     
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    Bambi Villain of the piece

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    Indeed, and all on the scale of said tsunami :Smug: , sure i dont know what the big fuss is at all about it when ten thousand are left homeless in south dublin after a hurricane before xmas, the entire population of essex was wiped out in a volcanic eruption last week. A hail of frozen squirrels over ontario killing thousands... o_O
     
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    Of course it's horrible and shocking and sad and all that, but making a fuss about it won't change anything about the situation. It happened. And it'll happen again.
     
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    Agreed.
    Worse things will probably happen in the future.
     
  11. Bambi

    Bambi Villain of the piece

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    Im sure the people of south east asia feel that way too. still at least the ickle animals are all safe :rolleyes:
     
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    Worse than the Essex eruption? Come on, Dante's Peak was peanuts compared to that, even though it's a film.
     
  13. Bambi

    Bambi Villain of the piece

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    didnt even notice he was playing :erk: the amount of gigs i miss like that is criminal. Listening to this now its all a bit all over the shop but in a nice relaxing way, i cant stop playing A 13, its like john betejman buzzing :Spin:


    A13:
    The Ancestral Trek Eastwards ​
    The Spiritual path from the crumbling shop facades of ​
    Commercial Road ​
    Many Flyovers to marshland of Essex: ​
    Land reclaimed; ​
    My soul reclaimed. ​
    A13 ​
    Ceases to be an arterial road ​
    Becomes a guideline, ​
    Pathway of the astral plane: ​
    A way of life; a way of death; ​
    A giant metaphor for nowhere. ​
    Oh land of my fathers, ancient Celtic warrior race, ​
    How are your tomatoes doing? ​
    A13, forever 3am ​
    Around and around the Rainham roundabout ​
    In gentle rain ​
    Absence of hope; absence of pain ​

    A13: cars race thrusting back-to-back ​
    Like a ritualistic symbol of the sexual act. ​
    These brave men: sales reps, ​
    Overseers of the Ford production line, ​
    Frontiersmen. ​
    Their wives were blue eye-makeup and drive a smaller car To see Mum in poplar, when they have Thursday off from their job in Asda's. ​

    Ohh, A13.
    I don't want to move to higher spiritual planes. ​
    I want to forget Destiny. ​
    I want to travel the A13 for Eternity. ​
    I love your oil refineries, motor factors, motor works, ​
    Sewage plants, factory farming, theme pubs, launderettes, ​
    Transport caffs, haulage firms, betting shops, ​
    People who look so dour. ​
    Swaggering, aggressive young men who hate themselves, ​
    A carbon-copy of dad, who really passed it on. ​
    And their sisters, bleached-blonde, already typecast in the role of ​
    Victim. ​

    And it's perfect, Oh so perfect: ​
    It makes me feel so cold inside, ​
    And that's familiar territory. ​
    Oh barren, hopeless highway of Essex ​
    I love you. ​
     
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    That's the general effect I have on people - with the exception of a certain few. :saint:
     
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    How can things decently improve???!!!
    The world's getting more and more dirty, the climate's changing, the ozone layer's fading away...
    One can only expect the worst, and that's all.You'll see.
     
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    And no need to be a scientist to assume that
     
  17. Cerulean

    Cerulean Not very cerulean eh

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    That's more like it
     
  18. zupi_clone

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    i think that was meant for me, sure who else?, aint it always, im never left alone :Smug:
     
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    and youre getting more and more dirty, derty get, now get out!
     
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