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Apparently this erstwhile indie rocker has turned to like Christian bluegrass (20 Dec 2005 at 17:35)
It is nice when I am listening to a song (Doug Martsch's "Lift") whose refrain is relevant to a construct (lift) in the part of the thesis proposal I am editing at the same time. Such accidents (completely unjustifiably) make me feel like I am on the "right track." (ha)

More people need to write songs about the heart modality so that this happens more often. Get on this forthwith!

(OMG, just as I typed that, the song "Heart" on that same album, which I had forgotten about, came on. Perhaps I should be listing him as a coauthor!)
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Max (pcp0010478666pcs.hamden01.ct.comcast.net) – 12.20.05 17:58:32
Yeah that's a nifty little album.
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Tom 7 (h-72-244-69-3.phlapafg.dynamic.covad.net) – 12.20.05 19:11:58
I agree. I didn't really get it at first (I guess this is true of a lot of music I end up liking) but now it has become a working-in-the-office staple. (As long as I edit out "Woke up this morning with my mind on Jesus" from the playlist, ugh.)
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Max (pcp0010478666pcs.hamden01.ct.comcast.net) – 12.21.05 22:00:42
Yeah, I hear you on WUTMWMMOJ. My only other complaint is "Impossible" starts to sound like a rejected extra section of "Velvet Waltz"...
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