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Tuesday, March 25, 2008


'Paranoid Park'

This is one of the most important movies you will see this year. Paranoid Park's importance lies not in its story (a murder mystery) or its location (Portland), but in its commitment to the beautiful. As Plato tells us, the beautiful, only found in the most unexpected places, gives us a glimpse of the eternal. There is more eternity in the sudden wrinkle of a dress or pair of jeans than in all the Renaissance paintings of the saints. Gus Van Sant has returned to the peak. (See Movie Times for details.)


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I'm here to tell ya that somebody ought to be thankful they can't pin it to my back of froot loops....

cause this chase the election through Purdy detention center for child actors who love to beat the clock using celebrity movie hosts should go directly to the electric chair.

That's right the electric chair.

Spare the French another bank scandal..

leave the Italians their wealthy and beautiful butterflies and gorgeous women...

... finish the spat between the Supreme Court and the brats writing memoirs for prison correctional lies....

Cause using one post and one punked candle box to light wild fires in a roll of graffitti just ain't worth the nickle....

and speaking of nickles...

tell the Narc squad to get over it and stop asking me if I am selling crack at 4:30 in the morning at Victor Steinbruek park just because their pissed they have to follow and I'm not doing anything wrong....\\

good god I'm 45 and There IS NO CURFEW For 45's in Seattle.

If I had a brain to call my own I'd thank my lucky stars cause every time I sit down to the computer I can hear another NSA spy in my ear or some kind of foreign intelligence from the last buyout saying I"m so gonna get burned on this one.


Thank Mr.Ingognito for the tip in not whinning.... you know..... Mr. George Clooney.

Posted by | March 25, 2008 11:48 AM

Man, and I thought sometimes I did strange posts ... @1 u have gone off the res ...

So, why no mention of the sk8rbois?

Posted by Will in Seattle | March 25, 2008 12:09 PM

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