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  • cardobbaerro

    Remotely Monitor Any Cell. Want to bug a room on the cheap? Learn the truth! Listen to logs 24/7. http://www.oilfilledheatersmall.com/-spy24

    25 Lug 2011 Rispondi
  • phonicphile

    (sorry about the delay) The book is also called 'I, Lucifer' and starts when one of the characters (who lives in Clerkenwell) tries to kill himself in the bath. Good times.

    17 Lug 2010 Rispondi
  • phonicphile

    It's the banjos and the earnestness of his voice, I can't resist. I've had Bathtime in Clerkenwell as my ringtone (I realise this is probably blasphemy) for at least five years and I'm still not sick of it. Were they good live? Have you read the book the album is based on? It's very good. Also loving the new National album.

    19 Mag 2010 Rispondi
  • phonicphile

    The Real Tuesday Weld! Bathtime in Clerkenwell is such a great song :)

    16 Mag 2010 Rispondi
  • radiorisingsun

    British Sea Power interview. http://www.theargus.co.uk/blogs/blogs/colin_houlson/4500016.British_Sea_Power/

    10 Ago 2009 Rispondi
  • phonicphile

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cnY9ea_q3nI Isn't this the loveliest song?

    5 Mag 2009 Rispondi
  • sparowemilk

    Shocking, you'll have to do some very hard scrobbling when you're next on my laptop...

    26 Apr 2009 Rispondi
  • phonicphile

    In a minor act of crazy random happenstance, True Adventures was the very song playing when you wrote that reply :) it has seagull noises in it. I love seagulls. I shall playlist the others and if you want to add more to that list please do (although every song they've ever done including b-sides, alternate live versions, remixes and covers do not count :p)

    6 Apr 2009 Rispondi
  • phonicphile

    Haha, I want a copy when you're done, I had to have a bit of a think when you asked too. I like the two Gallant's, saw them supporting the Decemberists and they blew me away. And I'm so impressed that British Sea Power have a song about an ice shelf I'm listening to their back catalogue on Spotify. What' s your favourite BSP song?

    6 Apr 2009 Rispondi
  • phonicphile

    He does protest so well, I love his whole Desaparecidos album so much, it's more about modern life but maybe 'The Happiest Place on Earth'? Or that Decemberists track, or Bloc Party's 'The Pioneers'? I don't think I know many political protest songs :/ What's your choice? And Haha, bass, I actually didn't see that one coming! lol.

    6 Apr 2009 Rispondi
  • phonicphile

    Oh yeah, I forgot, I thought you might appreciate this video. It's old so you've probably already seen it but if not, enjoy: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Mbhd4LGR-g :)

    30 Mar 2009 Rispondi
  • phonicphile

    We can milk sea cows and have little ladders similar to those used to help moths get out of baths. Lol, you watch the best documentaries! You must be a great source of random knowledge. Maybe if we avoid bass? Keep everything treble or whatever it's called, although that might mean we have to rent Mika and the like, nothing against Mika, but we'll be in danger of giving all the festival-goers aural diabetes if that's all we offer. maybe we'll just risk it?

    30 Mar 2009 Rispondi
  • phonicphile

    Haha, I'd give up my rum ration to see that! I haven't seen his documentary, but I did see something about some guys who bought an offshore platform and named it Sealand or something, they printed their own stamps which made their kingdom official (maybe). It didn't have a garden though so clearly that won't do for us. And I did! :D But thank you anyway. Tickets aren't on sale yet, but I plan on attending, if I remember to tear myself away from revision long enough to book before they sell out. I think he has some kind of leather bondage outfit this time round, so that should be worth the ticket price alone lol.

    29 Mar 2009 Rispondi
  • phonicphile

    Now we're talking! What song would you be willing to sing in public for 3 bottles of rum (or beverage of your choice)? But yes, the world is pretty saturated with flags.....we could always do what the Russians did and secretly plant our flag on the underside of a continent and then act all casual with 'oh that old thing? That's been there for ever, didn't you know?' and if that doesn't work, then we leg it and find some archipelago willing to join forces and then we bide our time, print some stamps, build an army...a Bluepeter army, out of whatever we can find.

    27 Mar 2009 Rispondi
  • phonicphile

    omg, lol, I'm quite offended! No amount of rum will have me singing the Fugees, a couple of glasses though and I'll quite happily sing the Pogues! :D Although the Pogues should never be sung alone so we'd need to get a few more people involved. For an extra sail I'd take you out and teach you to buccaneer, I have a flag, it's all legal and above board. Also, the weather's been awful these past few days, you're not missing anything.

    26 Mar 2009 Rispondi
  • phonicphile

    lol, In these situations you need to ask yourself 'What would Patrick Bateman do?' http://i392.photobucket.com/albums/pp6/Hyzenthlay_photos/dancee.gif and then do the opposite, or perhaps not :) Hope it gets better soon. And I'm easily bribed, for a few bottles of rum I'll even provide security for your island or go on cheap booze runs to to France for you.

    23 Mar 2009 Rispondi
  • phonicphile

    They wouldn't want you to get any ideas about frolicking in the sun :) I've been stuck indoors too, I'm actually glad it rained today! As for invasion, perhaps I can be bought off with free tickets and bar tokens....

    23 Mar 2009 Rispondi
  • phonicphile

    Well I did, so thanks, been checking out some of their other stuff on youtube, it's good. But I make no promises regarding invasion, I'll try not to but, sometimes these things can't be helped. SXSW does look like a lot of fun, is there a uk equivalent? maybe Camden crawl idk, sunshine makes everything look like more fun.

    21 Mar 2009 Rispondi
  • phonicphile

    I'm clearly predictable but that song is lovely! I really like it, I can overlook the lack of accordion :D The IMF seem like such a bunch of tools I think it may be hopeless even with money, you may have to go old school to make 'em change, a few barrels of Gandalf's finest, a couple of matches & a realllllllly long bit of string! (just joking world police if you're reading this). Thanks for the boat, it's much appreciated, I promise to do lots of discovering. How about a small island? You could host festivals & there'd be no noise restrictions: http://www.ecastles.co.uk/drakes.html. I'm sure I could stretch to that. http://www.devonguide.com/photos/data/media/5/drakes_island.jpg lol, I know the feeling, but at least you've got a good few months, plenty of time to try and rule the world :)

    20 Mar 2009 Rispondi
  • phonicphile

    It wouldn't take much money to build which would leave more money for filling it with shiny computers, fun but pointless gadgets, first editions of lewd french novels, impractical old camera equipment (and associated paraphernalia), expensive horses and not having to work ever again. My environmental ideals are somewhat compromised by my capitalist desire for stuff. Oooh and I'd have to buy a ship with sails capable of traversing the Arctic circle! lol (it could be fitted with canons and we could attack America from the North, they'd never expect that). You should buy a ticket, £27m is a very respectable sum. I reserve the right to claim a 20% persuasion bonus should you win :) B/day was nice, just food and cocktails, nothing big as it's only a week to exams and i've still got too much to read and yeah, I'm *sigh* 26, not entirely sure that warrants celebration lol. I'm having issues, it snuck up on me. When's your birthday?

    19 Mar 2009 Rispondi
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