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October 24th, 2003

Jessica Glasscock? [Oct. 24th, 2003|09:30 am]
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Interview with Jessica Glasscock. Isn't Glasscock the name of one of the teachers at Springfield Elementary?

http://www.salon.com/sex/galleries/2003/09/26/strip/index.html

There's a vice principal at the Jr High here named Mr. Ratzlaff.
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My favorite message from Emacs [Oct. 24th, 2003|10:44 am]
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"No more errors yet."

The story of my life.
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Funny Spam #384938 [Oct. 24th, 2003|01:09 pm]
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Date: Sat, 25 Oct 2003 01:05:46 +0700
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To: kent@xxx.xxx
Subject: [ISO-8859-1] Hbsche Studentinnen
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Hallo,

willst Du Ficken, musst Du klicken:

http://studentin.chill.to
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Fred Kellner & die Famosen Soul Sisters [Oct. 24th, 2003|02:19 pm]
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I'm a big fan of foreign pop culture that doesn't translate well. French Comedies, Mexican Novelas, Japanese Game Shows. The surreality of a whole population completely understanding something that to me seems surreal and random is irresistable.

Japan is great for this, but I think Germany might be even better. Whiter, and subtler, but there's a more highly refined sense of weirdness and lack of irony to German Pop-Kultur. For example Heino:


Even better, is foreigners who make their living from bad imitations of American Popular culture:


I don't know but none of those girls look like Aretha's soul sisters.
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