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PostPosted: Mon Aug 25, 2008 9:37 am 
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sarahalyse wrote:
You read Wilkinson?
What?
You know, the dove guy.
Oh, yeah.
His descriptions of things are really good. He makes you wanna live it. And you do.


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How do you know it's DHL if you're blindfolded? I smell a conspiracy. Also, next time make sure you have a digital camera with you.


As though we would let him bring a digital camera with him.

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sarahalyse wrote:
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Who is feeding you my thoughts?!?!?


A small dove swoops into my room through the air vent around three every other tuesday, asks me to put on a blindfold, and opens my door, where rough hands guide me out of my building and into the back of a DHL truck. About thirty minutes later, it stops, and I am pushed out onto a beach, where all your thoughts are written in the sand. Unfortunately, the truck is never there when I turn around, and I must repeat your thoughts over to myself for the entire walk home to prevent forgetting them.


You read Wilkinson?
What?
You know, the dove guy.
Oh, yeah.
His descriptions of things are really good. But he wouldn't be worth shit as a writer if he didn't have me to constantly correct his grammar and typos.
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You said it, not me!

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I have all these plans to shoot (and get new clients?) at fashion week and make, you know, a living and stuff, but I have to admit all this Toronto talk is reallllly tempting.


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Go there in my stead and represent Jews For Bloom!

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Okay, I'm officially going to Torontino. Anyone else making it up?
(Rian, you should probably come. It would be really awkward if you didn't - despite your history of legal troubles with the Canadian Authorities)


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Okay, I'm officially going to Torontino. Anyone else making it up?
(Rian, you should probably come. It would be really awkward if you didn't - despite your history of legal troubles with the Canadian Authorities)


Not the thing with the Mountie, the moose in a red flannel shirt, and a can of herring?

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is it possible to buy tickets for the toronto screening anywhere? Can't seem to locate the info...

not sure i can afford it, but definitely wanna try to. :)

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I've been told that individual tickets are going on sale tomorrow...


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ronen wrote:
Okay, I'm officially going to Torontino. Anyone else making it up?
(Rian, you should probably come. It would be really awkward if you didn't - despite your history of legal troubles with the Canadian Authorities)


Not the thing with the Mountie, the moose in a red flannel shirt, and a can of herring?


No no, it was a Mountie in a flannel shirt with some chocolate mousse that turned out to be a red herring. Get it straight, Max.

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maxfrost wrote:
Not the thing with the Mountie, the moose in a red flannel shirt, and a can of herring?


No no, it was a Mountie in a flannel shirt with some chocolate mousse that turned out to be a red herring. Get it straight, Max.


That's...that's pretty d*mn good, Sarah.

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I took Obfuscation 301 in college.

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I took Obfuscation 301 in college.


With Prof. Wagstaff?

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Attention Russians!

I know a girl whose brother-in-law has a D&D Doc at the Toronto Fest, with a score by Blonde Redhead.


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