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What the Hell Am I Doing Here?
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celebrian_3 From: celebrian_3 Date: January 20th, 2008 01:10 am (UTC) (LINK TO SPECIFIC ENTRY)
I, too, am perplexed, by your mental connection between Thom Yorke and Natalie Merchant. It's an interesting peek into the way your mind works. :-)

I completely missed the internet-only debut. Not that I didn't hear about it. I too am annoyed at how it was portrayed--I saw the reviews as negative, and as a result, mentally disregarded the work and relegated it to the dark recesses of my mind, forgetting altogether to download it at all until it was too late. Now I'm regretting that decision, since I'm now hearing rave (or otherwise favorable) reviews of the album from my friends, and wish that I had at least partaken of the download-only phenomenon--if only to be able to say later on that I did so. Woe is me. I have left-out-kid/pop-culture-envy issues.

I've probably never said so, but I've always enjoyed the word pictures you paint about your everyday life and thoughts. Your skill with the pen far exceeds mine, sir. I'm honored and blessed to know you :-).
cbertsch From: cbertsch Date: January 20th, 2008 03:19 am (UTC) (LINK TO SPECIFIC ENTRY)
I forget that other people's minds don't work the way mine does. An important oversight!

I know what you mean about missing out. But I'm enjoying it more for having waited until the hype subsided. It's a nice package, too, which makes shelling out for the artifact easier to stomach.

No, your skill with the pen far exceeds mine. I'm OK with a keyboard. But when it comes to freehand drawing you make me feel like a toddler.

Seriously, thank you for the compliment. It nicely complements the one I'm going to send back your way, which is that I find it very easy to derive benefit even from your rantish entries, because they are so lucid.
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