Talk about the band, the records, the shows.
I just learned of this while reading the paper at lunch. Seriously thinking of skipping work and going - what better way to start a friday than with some acoustic l-dubs tunes and shopping at H & M?
chelsea wrote:it's worse coming into the city at that time, isn't it? my boyfriend commutes from the city to sea-tac and always makes it down there in less than half an hour or so.
Flyn wrote:That commute was a piece of cake in my IKEA days, though it might be a bit less awesome from the eastside.
You're both very convincing, but I've been conditioned from an early age to avoid the 405 whenever possible, except in emergencies.
This very well may qualify. I mean, after the show I could get fashion tips at H&M!
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Look, John can choose to stay here in the big leagues of indie rock and play by the rules, or he can go back to the farm club in Alaska. It's his choice.
Benjamin: Wayne! Listen, we need to have a talk about Vanderhoff. The fact is he's the sponsor and you signed a contract guaranteeing him certain concessions, one of them being a spot on the show.
Wayne Campbell: [holding a Pizza Hut box] Well that's where I see things just a little differently. Contract or no, I will not bow to any sponsor.
Benjamin: I'm sorry you feel that way, but basically it's the nature of the beast.
Wayne Campbell: [holding a bag of Doritos] Maybe I'm wrong on this one, but for me, the beast doesn't include selling out. Garth, you know what I'm talking about, right?
Garth Algar: [wearing Reebok wardrobe] It's like people only do these things because they can get paid. And that's just really sad.
Wayne Campbell: I can't talk about it anymore; it's giving me a headache.
Garth Algar: Here, take two of these!
[Dumps two Nuprin pills into Wayne's hand]
Wayne Campbell: Ah, Nuprin. Little. Yellow. Different.
Benjamin: Look, you can stay here in the big leagues and play by the rules, or you can go back to the farm club in Aurora. It's your choice.
Wayne Campbell: [holding a can of Pepsi] Yes, and it's the choice of a new generation.