Piglet
Piglet G. Taylor
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Reviews 7
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Soundoffs 12
Album Ratings 747
Objectivity 65%

Last Active 05-11-16 5:34 am
Joined 06-19-09

Forum Posts 101
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  • AngryLittleAlchemist What do you mean? Kid A clicked with me instantly, and now I just don't like it that much.
    June 30 04:34 AM
  • AngryLittleAlchemist Ok Computer I got into like late summer 2014 or something, In Rainbows I just got into. They both are by far my favorite Radiohead's, Kid A has grown off me quite a bit.
    June 30 04:17 AM
  • AngryLittleAlchemist Ya I'm new to Pink Floyd and I've heard WYWH, Animals, and DSOTM(in that order). All 5's, but Animals is my fav. Lol that paper joke was hilarious XD. My mom was a big Radiohead fan so I remember (mostly HTTT) tracks from the car as a kid, but I actually got into them myself, didn't even know she liked them till she heard me jammin' to them. I heard In Rainbows recently, both it and Ok Computer took the longest to click with me(well at least out of the Radiohead albms I've heard).
    June 30 04:16 AM
  • AngryLittleAlchemist Oh s***...you probably already knew my love for In Rainbows, huh? XP. The funny thing is I remember hating the 4 or 5 songs I heard of In Rainbows. I'd always go back to it, try to listen and hate it. It's a newer love from lilke 2 months ago. It's amazeballs. My favorite album so far has got to be Animals by Pink Floyd though.
    June 30 04:05 AM
  • AngryLittleAlchemist In Rainbows vs Ok Computer...which one you pick?
    June 30 04:00 AM
  • SPRFanOf5H Thanks man for the review praise it means a lot to me, was it good enough for like one of those pos' haha. I really love feedback too on this, I always enjoy the criticism whenever I make a mistake I feel I didn't realize so it means a ton as usual.
    June 25 11:24 AM
  • ShakerFaker Thanks. I'll do that.
    April 1 10:26 AM
  • ShakerFaker s'fine. this stuff is just really important to me, but even if you don't respond, as long as it gives you something to maybe think about or reconsider, i'm happy. enjoy yourself.
    March 31 03:09 PM
  • ShakerFaker An aside - Yes, anti-semitism is now relevant, but I don't see how it was always more predisposed in Islam when historical account and literature shows that it wasn't. Anti-semitism has been common throughout time in Western history.
    March 31 02:55 PM
  • ShakerFaker Arabism was on the rise at the turn of the twentieth century. Nasser was secular. Mosaddegh was secular. The Arab Spring was secular by nature. A lot of Muslim-majority African countries, Mali and Chad, are secular. Most of the Stan countries are secular. And people in those countries are still peaceful devotees to their faith. Islam and secularism aren't incompatible.
    March 31 02:51 PM
  • ShakerFaker they treat them like s*** and try to kick them out of the homeland for the Jews. That wouldn't be possible weren't it for the creation of a religious state that's disguised as secular a lot of times when it's really not in practice. Hence, Judaism is privileged. This is the same thing we see in a lot of Muslim majority countries, where Islam is privileged, as of now. But that doesn't mean there's no potential for that to change just because the Middle East is majority Muslim. Secularism and pan-
    March 31 02:50 PM
  • ShakerFaker These ?constants within the faith? you speak of are constants of many faiths and societies, but they just haven't always had a chance to transfer. Look at Israel for example, all those awful parts of what someone could easily attach to Judaism, didn't come out until Israel. It's a Jewish state, built on an interpretation that that land belongs to Jews, but only ethnic Jews, but European ethnic Jews first, then Mizrahim, and then those Ethiopian Jews, who aren't even apparently Jewish, so instead
    March 31 02:49 PM
  • ShakerFaker ?I more generally argue that there are constants within the faith which are clearly and succinctly prescribed within the perfect and unchangeable enunciation of God's Will, the Quran, that make it extraordinarily hard for religious muslims to calibrate into more tolerant, secular values.?
    March 31 02:49 PM
  • ShakerFaker but no literature I know of supports that being dhimmi was awful. If anything, being of certain ethnic groups was more awful, like being Armenian, Druze, or Kurdish.
    March 31 02:47 PM
  • ShakerFaker How did you ascertain this? I'm not even Muslim. I'm Dhimmi. I wasn't around back then, but I doubt Dhimmi treatment in most communities was ?nothing below barbaric,? which I think you meant nothing better than barbaric, or is that an idiom I don't know of. Yeah, Dhimmis had to pay taxes and were excluded from certain opportunities, but they also held a lot of autonomy, and were able to establish fruitful communities among themselves. I'd need you to find resources to support that statement,
    March 31 02:47 PM
  • ShakerFaker ?No doubt geopolitical circumstances has inflamed an already well-prescribed belief of anti-semitism which can be found in the Quran and the example of Muhammad. It is true they were considered dhimmi, but being dhimmi was pretty ****ing awful; comparative to Medieval Christianity pretty okay, but generally a class below and in modern society the treatment nothing below barbaric.?
    March 31 02:47 PM
  • ShakerFaker be true for Muslims, simply belief in God; but instead, if they do hold this kind of loose interpretation, they are only Muslim in a ?quasi-ethnic sense??
    March 31 02:46 PM
  • ShakerFaker ?Left-leaning people argue the tenets of the faith are more interchangeable than they actually are, where the cherry picker will go as high and as low as it's user wants to go along the tree of faith. But it works more within a certain threshold, where a certain subset of Muslims that fall beneath it can't be considered Muslim at all but in a quasi-ethnic sense.?Couldn't you say this of Christianity too, though? All it takes to consider yourself Christian is belief in Jesus, why can't the same
    March 31 02:45 PM
  • ShakerFaker I just wanted to respond what you mentioned before since the Mods closed the thread. I think your perspective is well balanced, and it's interesting hearing what outsiders think.
    March 31 02:45 PM
  • Ignimbrite (actually the last post) That was way longer than anticipated, but I hope I was able to give you some insight. If you have any questions, let me know and I'd be happy to throw my email address your way.
    March 22 06:05 PM
  • Ignimbrite Other fields include government agencies (e.g. the USGS), public safety and city planning (e.g. "don't build your house here if you don't want it to be wrecked by a landslide"), hazard monitoring (quakes, volcanoes, etc.), and academia. I don't think any will be *easy* to land a job in, but nothing really is these days, and I'd say that geology definitely has a lot of career options if you're driven enough.
    March 22 06:04 PM
  • Ignimbrite (hopefully the last post) As for job prospects, I have a bit less information on that than you're probably hoping for. I can tell you that there absolutely *are* jobs available, and that your best chance of landing something good is to continue to an MS or a PhD. I can also tell you that petroleum geology ? the most stereotypically cash-raking geosciences career ? is much harder to get into now because of how low oil prices are, although that could change by the time you start looking at jobs.
    March 22 06:01 PM
  • Ignimbrite Also, the common thread is that geology as a whole is an incredibly multidisciplinary science (another reason I love it so much). For example, one of the projects I'm eyeing for my PhD work involves quantitative physical modeling, geochemistry, field mapping, and geophysical surveying all at the same time. There's really something for everyone, and you'll never get bogged down in something you don't like if you play your cards right.
    March 22 05:58 PM
  • Ignimbrite Also, keep in mind that there are many different geological disciplines, and if you want to make a career out of geology you should absolutely take as many courses in as many different fields as you can while you're an undergrad. For example, glaciology is incredibly far removed from, say, a field like volcanology, yet both fall under the geosciences umbrella.
    March 22 05:56 PM
  • Ignimbrite Hey man, great questions. I'll do my best to answer, haha. As for whether or not I've enjoyed being a geology major, I can say with 100% certainty that I absolutely made the right choice of major and I have not regretted it once. It all depends on the kind of person you are, but take an intro course and see how you feel. See, I love the sciences, but I also love the outdoors, and what drew me to geology in the first place was how it's essentially the best parts of both things rolled into one.
    March 22 05:54 PM
  • Ebola It helps to double major and/or minor in something more practical that will give you a leg up once you graduate.
    March 22 03:41 PM
  • Spacesh1p I'm on there now btw
    March 22 01:44 PM
  • Spacesh1p Awesome well happy to discuss with you. It's not easy to navigate at all.
    March 22 01:43 PM
  • Spacesh1p Well, I have a bit of a unique experience. Are you a student yourself? Join the DT room at this link if you want to chat: https://www.dubtrack.fm/join/sput
    March 22 01:36 PM
  • Spacesh1p I work in consulting, specifically for banks/insurance...it's IT/strategy work primarily but I do mostly project management at the moment.
    March 22 01:31 PM
  • Spacesh1p In the end, I picked the major because of a general lack of other good options...I pretty much knew I would end up in a business desk job and that's been alright so far. Anyway man I just went thought the school/graduation/job search process so if you have any questions let me know. I'm happy to talk about it.
    March 22 01:30 PM
  • Spacesh1p Yo man. I would say it depends on what you want to do. If you're really into politics or want to go into academia, then I would say go for it. In my case, I was fortunate that our program has a wide enough departmental range that most of what I took in my latter courses was political economy/international politics kind of stuff. That I find to be useful in my job.
    March 22 01:28 PM
  • Rowan5215 Bloody strong jam
    March 21 05:43 PM
  • Rowan5215 when my baby's walkin down the street I SEE RED I SEE RED I SEE RED
    March 20 08:01 PM
  • Oceandrowned Do you djent bro?aahaahh
    March 2 11:43 AM
  • zakalwe I'm with ya brother!
    March 1 08:38 AM
  • YetAnotherBrick oh hahaha well that's great news! isn't it crazy how often we accidentally say the opposite of what we mean? XD dude srsly tho can we talk about that Evens album
    November 17 12:17 PM
  • YetAnotherBrick damn, awesome man. but i'm sorry my recs were so useless XD i could try again if you want haha
    November 15 09:19 PM
  • SachikoM They're good guys at heart. Big loveable oafs. But on the job, they're ruthless. Nothing stands in the way of a deadline. Not even sleep....
    November 15 07:02 AM
  • SachikoM They are some of the ****ing loosest ****s you'll meet. Wired up on meth 60% of the time, able to smash down booze like no others. They don't take s***, they only meet deadlines. True blue through and through.
    November 15 06:51 AM
  • SachikoM My girlfriend used to work at a truck stop out that way. She said it was horrible, a lot of sleaze balls. Love the truckies, they are one of a kind.
    November 15 06:45 AM
  • SachikoM Should go that way. See the beautiful arid countryside. Cry as you realise everyone out there is miserable. Maybe even get involved in a pub brawl or two. That is the way of the west....
    November 15 05:27 AM
  • Jacquibim you're speaking so much sense in that EODM thread it's actually frightening
    November 15 04:01 AM
  • SachikoM does that mean you love it or hate it??? i can't tell tbh.
    November 14 09:32 PM
  • hal1ax oh np man! I'm glad you like it. its one of the best free-improv albums I've come across.
    November 14 10:35 AM
  • Rowan5215 thanks lad, that review was 90% wank though haha
    November 14 08:46 AM
  • Rowan5215 **** yeah dude, one of my fave albums. The triple vocalist interplay is off the chain
    November 14 07:53 AM
  • SachikoM Thanks man, if I do well I might bump into you at uni. ;)
    October 14 05:36 AM
  • SachikoM Yeah, I've been born and raised in Walgett, but I've been to schools all over the place (as i've lived with other relatives). Currently sitting my HSC, so I'm aiming for scholarships (that's the only way I'll be able to go to Sydney). Rent in Sydney is nuts, the cheapest places near the unis are upwards of $500/week, so I'm relying on some help financially.
    October 14 05:19 AM
  • SachikoM tbh, the climate doesn't bother me too much, I just strip down to nothing and stay indoors, but I'm a much bigger fan of the cold. The worst thing around here is the crime. I don't go outdoors after 9pm without a knife most of the time. A lot of violent drunks and drug addicts.
    October 14 05:13 AM
  • SachikoM Ah ok. Never been Adelaide (never left NSW tbh), so I don't know what it's like. I do a lot of driving tho (because most of my family live in Newcastle), so I know of the area, but I haven't really visited there. I'm looking to move into Sydney (fat chance of being able to afford it) or Newcastle to go to uni, so hopefully I can leave this boring town soon enough.
    October 14 05:08 AM
  • SachikoM You're the guy who said he'd spent time up around Moree, right? Are you Australian or do you just visit?
    October 14 04:33 AM
  • Solbrave i like you
    May 13 10:26 AM
  • JohnnyOnTheSpot Assuming you're a fan of the band 'piglet' you might really like tide/edit - foreign language. Not spamming or anything, it's just some great emotional math rock
    September 6 08:29 AM
  • SitarHero I only saw Kapil Dev right at the end of his career when he wasn't so good anymore. And as culturally significant as he is, I think he wasn't AS good as most people like to remember. A very good bowler, yes. But in the pantheon of greats I'd put him on par with Courtney Walsh and Shaun Pollock.Also, you should check out the epic Ashes thread is you haven't already.
    July 12 09:17 AM
  • SitarHero Yeah, Allan Donald. Man that guy was fun to watch bowl. I live in India. What about you?
    July 7 01:09 PM
  • SitarHero My nickname in school was "Malcolm Marshall", I kid you not. xD I never really saw Marshall play live, so he wasn't an initial inspiration. Curtly and Donald (to a lesser extent) were early inspirations and then as I started learning more about the game I came to admire Marshall, though I modelled my action on Lillee.Sucks about your back. I had a bulging disc and that s*** sucks, but atleast you CAN bat. I wasn't a bunny, but I didn't care enough about batting to work on it.
    July 5 12:32 PM
  • SitarHero I used to be. I haven't played competitive cricket in a while. And I was about as different from Curtly as can be; a short (fairly quick) swing bowler. But Curtly was the reason I started bowling fast, and I loved staring down fools the way he did. Are you a quick too?
    July 5 11:23 AM
  • SitarHero Curtly used to be my idol. And their are a fair number of Brits and Aussies on Sputnik. Eventually someone was gonna recognise him.
    July 5 07:00 AM
  • SitarHero Your avatar is the best. I love me some Curtly.
    July 5 04:26 AM
  • chchksjffvsjdnasfvlk BEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEP
    October 16 08:25 AM
  • taylormemer I know. Something must be done.
    September 24 12:11 AM
  • taylormemer Dude! Imposter: http://www.sputnikmusic.com/profile.php?name=piglets
    September 23 11:55 PM
  • silentpotato you'll like :]
    July 13 03:13 AM
  • silentpotato finished my album; http://sudatsuga.bandcamp.com/album/blue-moon-saiyeed
    July 12 09:18 AM
  • silentpotato yeah jose gonzales is awesome he does a cover of Heartbeats by the Knife too
    June 30 12:48 PM
  • esther Hey man I noticed you like some of the same bands I do. I wrote and recorded an EP and I was wondering if you could review, rate, or even just listen to it. Here's a link: esther801music.bandcamp.com
    June 24 12:53 PM
  • Maniac! http://www.facebook.com/WiredReviewers
    May 12 11:48 PM
  • buddhaabdi s***iest taste Ive ever seen. get aids and die.
    April 21 09:29 AM
  • Aphrodisiac LOVE ME NOW
    February 17 02:30 AM
  • Aphrodisiac marry me
    February 16 06:55 PM
  • Activista anti-MTV i have an alt named somepigjelly
    February 14 03:38 AM
  • Activista anti-MTV pig
    February 14 03:15 AM
  • sehguh i am philospher
    January 29 08:53 PM
  • Nikkolae ****ing lol, i found that picture on tumblr and just sorta decided to use it
    January 21 07:47 PM
  • StrangerofSorts No... why do you ask?
    January 20 06:28 PM
  • Psilocyanide Why thank you sir!
    January 8 10:47 PM
  • taylormemer Have a good Christmas bro. Make sure you get those tickets otherwise I'll be mad. Jake
    December 25 08:08 AM
  • silentpotato haha **** yeah man. love it.
    December 20 06:43 AM
  • silentpotato just off the top of my head... check out Heavy Metal, Anti-Christ, Valhalla Rising, Time Bandits (same guy as fear and loath), Pi, Lost Highway, Wild At Heart, Fantastic Planet, Tekkonkinkreet, True Romance, Mr. Nobody, Howl, Enter the Void, Gummo, Kids, Old Boy, Blue Velvet, Eyes Wide Shut, Rubber, Eraserhead, plenty more if you need em.
    December 18 11:29 PM
  • silentpotato mwuaahahah k ill make u a list later on today
    December 18 12:36 PM
  • silentpotato yeah man hes having a lot of fun and listening to the stuff hes done since moving out here, it shows too
    December 17 04:54 AM
  • silentpotato ahaha. heres the break down. Snake Fetus came first. Snake Fetus gave birth to Lambs Breath, The Solar Mass Collective (Golden Child, MC Solar, Mittens, Lemonade Kid, Keta Creek, MC Safety), Mattamantis, Karmachron, Sound Beach, Zebra, Sudatsuga, Batwing, and Kimchi Kittygawa. We all recorded using HD-16's (external recording device) back home except Kimchi used ableton. I don't recall what my buddy in Van is using now that he's in sound engineering but ill ask and
    December 17 04:45 AM
  • silentpotato i live in Victoria (Vancouver island) now. buddy live in Vancouver. when i have a solid break i plan on going over there and recording some more Sudatsuga and also collaborating with him on some of his solo work for his project Lambs Breath.
    December 17 04:30 AM
  • silentpotato well shucks thanks man! well, id like to continue it, but it will probably be pretty on and off. i just moved a month and a half ago, away from my buddy who supplied me with equipment and recorded my music for me. i have another friend near by out here who is in sound engineering who is more than willing to record me but it gonna be hard to find the time due to school and the fact that he lives on the mainland and im on island
    December 17 04:26 AM
  • silentpotato :D legit?! thats the one i've always been kinda skeptical about. just cuz i recorded it several weeks before the other two and it was my first stab at anything solo. its encouraging to hear you dug that one!
    December 17 03:59 AM
  • silentpotato sweet lemme kno thoughts
    December 16 08:38 PM
  • silentpotato also; http://www.mediafire.com/?7u76jfstrtabg my ep, looks like i told u id give u a link for it earlier, heres all three tracks finalized
    December 16 07:45 PM
  • silentpotato **** yeah man i'll dl that right now. I listened to Does The Cosmic Shepard Dream of Electric Tapirs? a long time ago and remember it being very very trippy.
    December 16 07:44 PM
  • lyon1535 m/
    October 26 09:13 PM
  • RosaParks Oh, bother
    October 17 06:02 PM
  • RosaParks You were my favorite character on winnie the pooh. ily
    October 16 08:27 AM
  • silentpotato thanks man :) ill send u a link for my first song once i put it on mediafire. its the only other one ive done so far but ill keep u in the loop
    October 6 06:47 PM
  • silentpotato check out mah 2 new tunes, in my most recent list
    October 6 06:49 AM
  • Olson lalalalalalalalalalalalalala
    August 30 09:47 AM
  • Olson Looks like we have similar intrests in the "songs to sing infront of lots of people with no singing talent" group
    August 30 09:31 AM
  • BaselineOOO Yup that's me. ^..^
    June 28 04:35 AM
  • Damrod Guy's name is Tebe Interesno, find his blog here: http://tebe-interesno.livejournal.com/I have the impression he's not as active as he used to be, but still, interesting to peek into every now and then. =)
    June 27 12:45 PM
  • Bitchfork its just everywhere
    December 9 08:03 PM
  • Bitchfork hipsters dont eat flesh
    December 9 04:34 PM
  • Bitchfork rants are for hipsters
    December 9 07:46 AM
  • Bitchfork most of my elitism is supposed to be taken light-handed because 95% of the time I'm joking And what elitist listens to black metal and noise and dark ambient anyways they're all into improvised lowercase s*** **** them just because the artist manipulated pre-existing noises we can't hear so we can hear them in random bursts isn't all that amazing **** you and your emotional college bulls***
    December 9 07:32 AM
  • Bitchfork sorry to burst your bubble but i'm just a few months older than you but hey your taste isn't that bad from the 2 second glance i did at your fav bands section.
    December 9 07:15 AM
  • Puzzles Your display pic is LEGEN... wait for it.... DARY!
    November 30 12:17 AM
  • KimmsightMatters I like your display pic.
    November 21 10:45 PM
  • ShoeSoup but then i'd have to eat real souls instead of rubber ones
    October 30 11:10 AM
  • BlueW Hai
    September 1 07:13 AM
  • ImpossibleInfluence2 Thanks man, you too
    July 26 07:21 PM
  • Metalstyles haha, that is a more than funny coincidence but no, I've never been a registered user on wiki nor do I play guitar in a band (as much as I would like the last part to be true).
    July 5 07:17 PM
  • BenTaylor Hey Patrick
    June 30 07:50 PM
  • Iai Hey man, just thought you should know that I've asked for that Rachmaninov album you've rated to be d because we're meant to be adding classical pieces, not recordings. I've added all the individual concertos if you want to re-rate them.
    June 6 04:18 PM
  • Phil Yeah, I know Serapheus in real life. He showed me Sputnik during school. I think there are a few more, like CrackTheSkye, RandyfromPennywise and Aria, I think they all live here.
    May 17 08:05 AM
  • Phil Oh, thats really odd. I rarely speak about sputnik to the real world.
    May 10 11:19 PM
  • Phil Nah, I don't. Why is that?
    May 10 04:00 AM
  • Necrotica You're actually really pissing me off because of negging nearly every record I review because of random crap.
    April 15 09:15 PM
  • chambered89 good choice bro
    April 15 03:01 AM
  • chambered89 u rock man what's ur fav radiohead album?
    April 15 02:52 AM
  • ButcheredChildren lmao are you like sputnik following me? objectively and successfully posting a response to everything i comment on? cuz your good at it
    March 18 07:22 AM
  • ButcheredChildren lmao are you like sputnik following me? objectively and successfully posting a response to everything i comment on? cuz your good at it
    March 18 07:20 AM
  • laterenima True, thanks for the fourth shout. I should have more shouts, but I havent really done much on sputnik regarding talking. I should start.
    March 12 03:51 AM
  • laterenima Thanks for the third shout!
    March 7 05:20 AM
  • TRMshadow yeah, it's the Drew's hippie blog his druid girlfriend. ://immortalmountain.blogspot.com/2010/02/quantum-kale-salad.html#comments. One of the commenters was "piglet"
    March 5 05:04 AM
  • TRMshadow Did you post something on immortal mountain?
    March 3 09:38 AM
  • Crysis Really? Well varied in the sub-genres of metal :P But I'm trying to expand into indie, post-rock, etc.
    February 27 08:52 AM
  • Crysis Hahahaha yeah, lots of metal!
    February 26 11:57 PM
  • IamBetterThanYou Your post comes at the price of accepting me as your saviour within this realm.
    February 26 10:43 PM
  • Gyromania haha, priceless
    February 26 04:47 AM
  • Gyromania love your display picture
    February 26 04:45 AM
  • pogface93 Piglet your a freak... Go bug someone else... Piglets are so stupid you idiot and your dog picture makes no sense with your name...... DOG!!!!!!
    February 14 05:36 PM
  • pogface93 Piglet your a freak... Go bug someone else
    February 14 05:35 PM
  • Progmaster85 very true, I only listen to 3 thrash bands really, the rest I don't like, but to me, Metallica is WAY more than thrash
    February 5 11:20 PM
  • Progmaster85 many people prefer Megadeth on this site though
    February 5 11:04 AM
  • Progmaster85 Opetth. Sigur Ros, Floyd, DEFINITELY METALLICA, Kashiwa Daisuke all = LIFE
    February 4 10:55 AM
  • Progmaster85 seriously
    February 3 08:50 AM
  • Progmaster85 awesome music taste dude
    February 2 06:16 PM
  • Deviant. You said in the L.D 50 thread you were pumped for the new Mudvayne album so.... ://www.mediafire.com/?nnvgoz0ynkw
    December 9 03:25 AM
  • Avirov Stop spamming the album comment sections.
    November 27 04:29 AM
  • AtavanHalen EMOS
    November 21 07:01 AM
  • SlowlyFallingAwake Don't want to be rude or anything, but I don't understand what you mean by 'deive' and 'mossy' :D. I'm not a native english speaker and it has only been a few months since I have been starting to pick up my english again. Lol, anyway, I like writing in english, and I learn quite a few words everytime too, so hey, it's a win-win right? ;)
    November 7 07:00 AM
  • SlowlyFallingAwake Hey man, thanks for your response! It's my first review of all time so I'm quite unsure about it :s.
    November 6 05:42 PM
  • DiceMan LISTEN TO BON IVER!
    October 23 11:07 AM

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