I had a lovely brunch with Jesus Christ.
He said, "two words about inanity: fundamental Christianity."
The food was very nice.
But then He had to go and die for my sins and stick my ass with the check.

"Show me a hero and i�ll write you a tragedy,"
(Go near an open window and that�ll be the end of me).

I bowed before the avatar.
He said, "the problem�s clear to me: you never got over Morrissey."
I said "well, right you are!"
"It�s so much harder to be underfed than under-understood," he said.

I went to see KIP WINGER!
He said, "In my day we knew how to party; bands today, c�mon, not hardly." He had a back-up singer (doo doo doo doo).

He said, "The metal scene is a disgrace, but i ain�t got no dog in that race!" Don�t despair, your mother loves you. Don�t be proud because she has to. Don�t despair, your mother loves you. Don�t be proud, she gotta.


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    General Comment"show me a hero and i'll write you a tragedy" --f. scott fitzgerald

    the title of the song is derived from the eponymous g.i. gurdjieff novel.
    little_miss_octoberon July 25, 2002   Link
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    General Commentwhat is sean saying at the end there?
    "and just because it's doesn't make it any betta!"
    i used to know this, but i can't remember right now.
    imn0tal0seron July 26, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthat should read "and just because it's [something] doesn't make it any betta!"
    imn0tal0seron July 26, 2006   Link
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    General Commentand just because its meta doesn't make it any betta
    bugmenot123on December 26, 2006   Link
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    General CommentFirst verse is amazing.
    mofloon August 21, 2010   Link

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