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Posted 08/05/07 - 11:09 PM:

alan watts animation, produced by trey parker and matt stone:

www.freshminds.com/animatio...on/alan_watts_theater.html

(are you prickles or goo?)
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Posted 08/06/07 - 9:43 AM:

libertygrl wrote:
the movie soundtrack to pan's labyrinth:

www.panslabyrinth.com/cgi-b...iew.cgi?1166155686930+0pan


I absolutely love that movie, and the soundtrack. I play Long,Long Time Ago on a regular basis. smiling face
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Posted 08/19/07 - 10:02 AM:

For the one who would rather relax and be silent these days !

www.youtube.com/watch?v=mwv...1_iKs&mode=related&search=

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Posted 08/19/07 - 10:18 AM:

or you would rather like this sort of music


www.youtube.com/watch?v=nQk...DjJHk&mode=related&search=






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Posted 09/15/07 - 2:59 PM:

where do ice cream trucks go in the winter?

www.boingboing.net/2007/07/.../songs-for-ice-cream-.html
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Posted 09/16/07 - 2:13 AM:

libertygrl wrote:
where do ice cream trucks go in the winter?

www.boingboing.net/2007/07/.../songs-for-ice-cream-.html



Wow tha’s lovely to hear on a Sunday Morning.
Thank you lib



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Posted 09/16/07 - 5:15 PM:

Morgena wrote:
Wow tha’s lovely to hear on a Sunday Morning.
Thank you lib

thanks for posting that cavatina track smiling face i always loved that song. it was on a cassette tape of movie soundtrack songs my parents bought me when i was 10. hadn't heard it in almost 25 years, couldn't remember the name of it or where it was from. lots of sentimental value.
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Posted 09/19/07 - 3:11 AM:

Zinkovich wrote:
I recommend stumbleupon! ( http://www.stumbleupon.com )

First off, folks- it ain't spyware. I know the concept seems iffy at first, but once you warm up to the little doohicky you begin to wonder how you've passed the time without it before.

Basically, stumbleupon is like a "channel surfer" for the internet, only really complex. It uses a vote system to help you decide what you like or dislike, as well as a wide array of "topics" for you to "stumble" under, including "bizzare/oddities"(my favorite), any number of religions, regional websites, programming and science websites, etc.- it even have over 40 "hobby" channels, which is frickin ridiculous if you ask me.

If you're still suspicious, well- it has over two and a half million users, and was Computer Magazine's something-or-other of the year last year, if I recall correctly. I cannot recommend it enough- in fact, it was what led me to the site that led me to a site that led me to a site that THEN led me to this site.

So uh, try it out peace


Zink,

I'm a stumble convert too.

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Posted 11/17/07 - 3:25 PM:

test your vocabulary & feed the hungry

http://www.freerice.com
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Posted 11/17/07 - 6:57 PM:

lib wrote:
test your vocabulary & feed the hungry

http://www.freerice.com


This made me laugh. Is is true?

How many grains of rice make a suitable meal? I think I need to get out my scale.
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Posted 11/18/07 - 12:14 PM:

Oh, oh, if I had to make a meal of my grains, no doubt I would have to stay hungry for the rest of the day.


Great fun, thank you lib! laughing
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Posted 11/18/07 - 12:18 PM:

have a look

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qBEDhInnFQw
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Posted 11/18/07 - 5:37 PM:

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