Books. Bikes. Boomsticks.
Mind the sword, mind the people watch, mind the enemy...too many mind. No mind.
I think it's supposed to be about man's inhumanity to man.Seriously, what twisted web-wandering led you to THIS?And why aren't you spending time in the IRC channel?http://gunbloggerconspiracy.comGet in there. You can do it without installing anything.
By the way, that stupid song is stuck in my head now.
Your exlanation makes absolutly no sense; so it's all good... Willie's version is much better, but I don't think he was smokin' the same stuff. Pet Shop Boys? Anybody want to play a head game with that handle?Song is stucj in MY head now, too. Talk about head games...
20 hours without rest and a half wine-glass of Herradura and after watching the show about the filming of Animal House leads me to believe there might be some wierd Indiana Jones references in there too.Of course, tomorrow morning I'm sure I'll be wondering exactly what I was smoking when I typed this.
One of my favorite videos and a good cover of one of Willie's best. And I love the line:"I'm going there but I like it here, wherever it is."
Look, Joss Ackland is the devil, leading our heroes to enlightenment, represented by the Light-bulb Jacket Man. The zebra and zebra-faced men represent the duality between light and dark, as do the cows. See, it all makes sense. Every last bit of it.Except for the airplanes. That bit was just MAD! What are those loony boys on...?! WV: "gagis" -- like haggis, but they tell you what's in it afterwards.LCD
Heh. That's nothing. I'm illiterate in a great many more than two languages and I'm left with only one resonse...WTF?!
I seriously expected the video to open to the dream sequence depicted in this video. (which damably has beat that gets into your head.)
"makes up for"?!Compounds the offense, more like.WV -- inesifidThat's it. Inesifid the offense. ;)
Fact is, the zebra ties it all together nicely. Pay closer attention. Watch the words on the singer's cravat, if you don't believe me.What do you mean you can't see them? you probably can't hear your dog talking either.
Hey, it's that guy from Lethal Weapon II.I remember being in primary school and thinking the Pet Shop Boys were the best thing EVAH. And, no, I'm not signing this post.
Still hard to believe that song beat out "Fairytale of New York" for Christmas #1 in the UK."We were beaten by two queens and a drum machine." - Shane MacGowan
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