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Due to a massive power outage (at Edgewater Multiplex)

Due to a massive power outage (at Edgewater Multiplex)

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"You can tell a lot about someone by the music they listen to. Hit shuffle on your ipod/iphone/itunes/media player and write down the first 10 songs. Then pass this onto 10 people."

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1. Love - Osymyso - Scott Pilgrim vs. The World Original Score

2. Proof - Coldplay - X&Y

3. The Boy With the Thorn In His Side - The Smiths - Best…Vol 2

4. Preacher In the Ring - Bruce Hornsby - Spirit Trail

5. Some Other Place - Arcade Fire - Her Original Score

6. The Goldberg Variations in G Major - Igor Kipnis - Before Sunrise and Before Sunset Soundtrack

7. Mobius - Namco Sound Team - Ace Combat 4 Soundtrack

8. Blashphemous Rumours - Depeche Mode - Singles Vol 1

9. Oh Father - Madonna - Something to Remember

10. Bad Dreams - Herbert Gronemeyer - The American Original Score


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InsomniaChristopher Nolan2002
I know that these are not the most uplifting words spoken by one of the many interesting characters that Robin Williams played during his great career, but they are the ones that echo in my head tonight. Maybe tomorrow I will wake up to more hopeful ones.
Maybe.


Insomnia
Christopher Nolan
2002

I know that these are not the most uplifting words spoken by one of the many interesting characters that Robin Williams played during his great career, but they are the ones that echo in my head tonight. Maybe tomorrow I will wake up to more hopeful ones.

Maybe.

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I think I like mixing sound just as much as playing an instrument or singing, especially when I can do it while walking around the room. This is so much fun.  (at Emergence Ridgewood)

I think I like mixing sound just as much as playing an instrument or singing, especially when I can do it while walking around the room. This is so much fun. (at Emergence Ridgewood)

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Always under construction (at NYC East Side - Manhattan)

Always under construction (at NYC East Side - Manhattan)

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Best moment of An Idiot Abroad so far: Karl listening to Depeche Mode at Chichen Itza.

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I just started watching An Idiot Abroad. I haven’t laughed this hard in a long time.

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My favorite moment in Batman history, brought to animated life by DC Universe in The Dark Knight Returns.

My favorite moment in Batman history, brought to animated life by DC Universe in The Dark Knight Returns.

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All this San Diego Comic Con news is making me feel nostalgic about my most cherished comic/geek memory.
At NY Comic Con 2007, I got to see a panel consisting of Stan Lee and other Marvel people from the 1960s. I believe it was the team that created Spider Man and the X-Men. Stan did a little bit of trash-talking about DC Comics (all in good fun) and told many stories about what it was like to be a part of that special team of artists and writers.
Here’s the only bad part. The room was half-full. There wasn’t a line to get in and I had no trouble getting a seat. I still don’t understand how that room wasn’t packed. And I was one of the only younger people in there (I was 29 at the time, if that paints the picture more clearly). My conclusion was that when push comes to shove, most people are primarily interested in what’s current. What’s weird is that when Stan Lee was signing autographs on the show floor, everyone was mobbing him. Is it just me, or is it not more interesting to hear his story rather than having his name scribbled on a piece of paper? I mean, meeting him would be awesome, but hearing him talk for almost an hour about how he came up with Xavier, Magneto, Wolverine, and Storm was way cooler. I just wish I had gotten a picture of him when he was imitating Thor. But he still looks pretty excited in this one.
I’m glad I got to see a piece of history that day. Hopefully, there are some people in San Diego having great, non-fleeting experiences like this right now.

All this San Diego Comic Con news is making me feel nostalgic about my most cherished comic/geek memory.

At NY Comic Con 2007, I got to see a panel consisting of Stan Lee and other Marvel people from the 1960s. I believe it was the team that created Spider Man and the X-Men. Stan did a little bit of trash-talking about DC Comics (all in good fun) and told many stories about what it was like to be a part of that special team of artists and writers.

Here’s the only bad part. The room was half-full. There wasn’t a line to get in and I had no trouble getting a seat. I still don’t understand how that room wasn’t packed. And I was one of the only younger people in there (I was 29 at the time, if that paints the picture more clearly). My conclusion was that when push comes to shove, most people are primarily interested in what’s current. What’s weird is that when Stan Lee was signing autographs on the show floor, everyone was mobbing him. Is it just me, or is it not more interesting to hear his story rather than having his name scribbled on a piece of paper? I mean, meeting him would be awesome, but hearing him talk for almost an hour about how he came up with Xavier, Magneto, Wolverine, and Storm was way cooler. I just wish I had gotten a picture of him when he was imitating Thor. But he still looks pretty excited in this one.

I’m glad I got to see a piece of history that day. Hopefully, there are some people in San Diego having great, non-fleeting experiences like this right now.

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at Harbor View 9/11 Memorial Park

at Harbor View 9/11 Memorial Park