May 4th, 2003
|03:43 am - minifest: success!|
vows are spoken
to be broken
feelings are intense
words are trivial
my face is sunburned! and i think my right arm is too, but it doesn't hurt. the best parts of the day were volleyball and keenan's band, but it was all fun
stacie and colleen (and amanda? i cant remember), here is a good list:
porno for pyros
ben folds five
stone temple pilots
puddle of mudd
system of a down
better than ezra
goo goo dolls
guns n roses
alice in chains
our lady peace
np: Tori Amos - Strange Little Girls - 4 - Enjoy the Silence
haha no way, my music rocks!
they were asking me yesterday what grunge/rock/whatever cds i have, so i flipped through last night and listed the ones everyone will probably laugh at
your taste in music AND movies is abhorrent...how could you not like "interview with a vampire"??!!??! sheesh
i will admit that back in middle and high school, i may have listened to a couple of those bands, but please, it's all mainstream pop crap..i think i've been giving you more credit than i should....tsk tsk
okay here is my thought on interview with the vampire: there were some wonderful scenes that would have been great to watch on their own. a little at a time, it is a good movie. but watching it all at once, it is slow and plodding and feels like it goes on forever while they talk and run around and don't do very much. if i watched it a half hour at a time i would probably like it a lot more.
i do own a lot of 'respectable' bands too, i was just listing off the ones i figured people would hate (and indeed you do). but there is nothing wrong with being popular..
woops...i mis-wrote the title of the movie..i'm an ass..but, while theres nothing wrong with being popular, there is something wrong with sucking..ponder that.