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47 year-old male from Slummaville, MA
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Damn, I blew it.Yesterday was the one year anniversary of my last journal entry and I totally forgot it.

So, what've I missed?
7 years ago  |  Comments (5)
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Name Jay Faircloth
Occupation Freeeeeelance Designer
Birthday June 7th, 1967
Interests Art baseball sleeping reading computer games music sweeping generalizations hyperbole
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ANAPHIEL'S...
Music New Model Army Husker Du the Clash Brooklyn Funk Essentials Fishbone A Silver Mt. Zion Godspeed You! Black Emperor The Pogues Molasses X The The Wolf Parade the Arcade Fire The Hidden Cameras The Jam Comet Gain Broken Social Scene Thalia Zedek Dirty Three Cat Power Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan Tabla Beat Science Dr. Octagon Trainreck (not Trainwreck) Social Distortion Mogwai Sigur Ros Morphine Nick Cave Tom Waits Patti Smith Concrete Blonde the Replacements T.Rex Waco Brothers the Wildhearts Andrew Bird the Legends mewithoutyou Kaiser Chiefs Kleptones. Bim Sherman. (Bim deserves his own sentence). Yeasayer Neutral Milk Hotel Spoon Carbon/Silicon Angels of Light Migala Wipers Mike Doughty Pete and the Pirates.
Movies Brazil Miller's Crossing Lawrence of Arabia the Blues Brothers Alien 1984 Mad Max This Is Spinal Tap Slapshot Apocalypse Now Jacob's Ladder Boondock Saints LoTR Snatch Pan's Labyrinth No Country for Old Men
TV Shows Man that Hill Street Blues was a good show eh?
Books Silverlock Hard Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World Motherless Brooklyn Gun With Occasional Music Snow Crash Cryptonomicon LotR Trilogy The Book of the New Sun The Book of Evidence Athena Mistress of Mistresses the Worm Ourobouros Gormenghast trilogy House of Leaves Kiss Me Judas Peace Dispatches The Wasp Factory Lord of the Flies Green Eyes Vurt Neuromancer Let's Put The Future Behind Us Infinite Jest The Borribles... too damned many. Pretty much anything by William Gibson Gene Wolfe Neal Stephenson Lucius Shepard Haruki Murakami John Banville E.R. Eddison Jonathan Lethem Jorge Luis Borges Iain Banks (the fiction but not the SF) Will Self John Crowley James Morrow etc.