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Um.. right.

Ok, many many things I SHOULD post about, however right now I'm talking about Iceland.

There is a growing movement to get me to Iceland for new years, well when I say growing... two people, but thats more than a week ago.. so it has grown. I'm not against this idea, I'd love to go.. however my one concern is money. I'd like to spend some more time out there than just a couple of days (all I'd prolly be able to get off from work) concidering the price...

Which sucks because I REALLY think its a good idea.

Why does the world revolve around money? Anyone?

Anyhow.. so thats one thing. We'll see how that works out...

Also, on the radio tonight I heard two cool icelandic bands/artists as XFM (THE 'Alternative' radio station here) was doing an Icelandic special.. they contrasted a lot in style, but both v.cool.

I hope the icelanders and the icelandophiles on my friends list will forgive me for mauling the name, but one was a rock band called.. er.. Meanus? Minous? Something in that style of kidney anyhow. Sound familar? V.heavy hardcore rock, but quite good at that (something that doesn't usually go together). And the other was a guy called Johan Johanson with a track that had the most beautiful strings in it, and a electronically filtered voice over it.. beautiful, but I have no idea what it was called.

Anyone help with any of this?

Comments

miriammiriam
21st Oct, 2003 22:19 (UTC)
order, order! based on the inconclusive grainy evidence seen here:

it is the decision of the superior court of ME that the sky is indeed pink.
the defense rests.
miriammiriam
21st Oct, 2003 23:14 (UTC)
oh, i almost forgot...
the sky is pink, and hamburgers eat people.
darkcryst
22nd Oct, 2003 04:49 (UTC)
well the second part is true enough.. I mean have you SEEN Ronald McDonald lately?

Maybe Hamburgers just eat clowns...
darkcryst
22nd Oct, 2003 04:48 (UTC)
The procecution would point out that the sky is actually blue in the above evidence and it is the clouds that are pink.

The procecution excersises.
miriammiriam
22nd Oct, 2003 14:03 (UTC)
The defense, at this time would like to point out that in the previous statement, the word "PROSECUTION" is repeatedly SPELLED WRONG and therefor, all arguments introduced by the PROSECUTION should be stricken from the record.
*shifty eyes*
;)
and now i would like to make my closing argument *clears throat*
bite me! *dances* :D
darkcryst
23rd Oct, 2003 02:19 (UTC)
The Prosecution throws a flaming badger at you and goes "ppffffthurburt"
miriammiriam
23rd Oct, 2003 17:35 (UTC)
*ducks* *toasts a marshmallow on the flaming badger* :)
catwoman1980
23rd Oct, 2003 20:02 (UTC)
wow, that was quite entertaining.....carry on please! *giggles*
darkcryst
24th Oct, 2003 01:50 (UTC)
like a drive-by smore?

*has flashbacks to the slurge guns from Bugsy Malone*
miriammiriam
24th Oct, 2003 10:30 (UTC)
mmmm...drive by s'more....i wish someone would throw s'mores at me. i'm hungry and also too lazy to make my own
miriammiriam
24th Oct, 2003 10:31 (UTC)
oh yeah, what's a slurge gun? i don't remember that movie...
darkcryst
25th Oct, 2003 05:30 (UTC)
Splurge even... um.. basically the movie is a lot of kids dressed up as gansters (and its a musical) so they didn't use actual machine guns and blood (obviously) but their guns fired this .. well custard pie gunk.. at you, and if it hit you you'd been 'splurged'.

It makes a lot more sence if you see the movie.. its sooo gooood.
miriammiriam
25th Oct, 2003 10:41 (UTC)
wow, a musical where little kids have custard guns??? why have'nt i heard of this! this is right up my alley! :D *adds it to her list*
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darkcryst
25th Oct, 2003 05:26 (UTC)
I'd never had smores until I had them when spending 4th July weekend at rethought's. For a start we don't have Graham Crackers here (or under that name - and for sooo long I thought they were called Gram Crackers.. silly US accents :P) and Hershey's chocolate is.. well.. nasty.

So while I did enjoy them.. I'm not sure why everyone loves them (add that to my peanut butter mystery).
miriammiriam
25th Oct, 2003 10:45 (UTC)
they ARE called gram crackers....what do you call them? do you actually pronounce the "H"?
and oh my god!! if i ever move to the UK i need to have graham crackers and peanut butter shipped to me....(and sees candies...which is a bay area thing)
i can't live for over a few months without crunchy peanut butter....

and yes, hersheys chocolate is gross. i'll eat it when desparate....but blech...
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