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Adam Knott
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Last Active 05-26-14 5:40 pm
Joined 11-15-08

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07.19.11 Strikey's 2011.505.27.11 Oddigs
05.20.11 Strikey's New Last.fm04.16.11 Question:
04.12.11 Opinions Vs. Facts03.14.11 Making Of King Of Limbs
02.27.11 Best Nate Ruess Lyrics02.24.11 Knott- My Band
02.14.11 Knott's Top 20 Of Forever01.18.11 The Art Of The Mixtape
12.19.10 5d Romance Is Boring12.10.10 Knott's Top 20 Of 2010
11.30.10 Knott-'s Songs Of The Year 11.24.10 Kanye Vs. The National
11.17.10 Knott- My Favourite Users10.27.10 Strikey's Top 10 So Far
10.22.10 Why I Listen To Music10.03.10 Ryder Cup
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Question:

There is a fictional civilisation or planet in a fantasy or science- fiction novel where the inhabitants have an interesting outlook on death. They perceive time as entirely fluid, so each moment simply exists in the continuum of time and therefore death is not the 'final' moment so much as a specific point on which its possible but not important to focus. It's kind of a more beautiful and elaborate version of the frequently touted 'they live on in memory' sort of thing. Does anyone know what I'm talking about? The race has a name, as does the planet, but I CAN'T REMEMBER a single thing about it. I've been Googling for the last 20 minutes non-stop and haven't made a bit of progress. Please help!
1Neutral Milk Hotel
In The Aeroplane Over The Sea
2Brand New
The Devil And God Are Raging Inside Me
3Defeater
Lost Ground
4Arcade Fire
Funeral
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