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MissEmily

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About MissEmily

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    Sanity before Vanity

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    http://www.flickr.com/photos/missemilyjane42/
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  • Gender
    Female
  • Location
    Formally of Sarnia, now of Ottawa
  • Interests
    Music...just music
  • Public Name
    Emily Plunkett

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  • Amusing Quote or Song Lyric
    Turn off your mind, relax and float down stream
  • Favourite MG(B) Song
    Load Me Up
  1. Quick question that wasn't really answered through the five pages of this thread: Will anyone be taping and posting this thing online after the 23rd? I ask this because I was in the front row, and I don't have a VCR (nevermind TiVo). ;)
  2. Hey all! I do apologize that I haven't posted for a while, and I'm sad that this is what brought me back. Just wanted to offer my own mention. So sad to hear about Geoff. ;)
  3. I don't think that list is necessary official. I actually submitted a few songs to this poll and one of them got picked for air. They played my suggestion of Everything You've Done Wrong by Sloan a couple of nights ago. Yeah, it's kind of a corny suggestion, but it's still fun to know my name was announced on cross country radio. ;) PS: Hyphnip, your avatar is fucking brilliant.
  4. I need to get season 4 as soon as I get the money. I missed a ton of episodes last season (due to VCR timing conflicts and the like), and I need to get caught up properly before the new season starts up. ;)
  5. My suggestions: - Sloan - Great Big Sea (if you're into really, really upbeat stuff, and are open to the idea of listening to Newfoundland folk-rock) - Barenaked Ladies - The Stills - The Trews - Sam Roberts - Broken Social Scene (and any thing associated with them) - Buck 65 (if you're into hip-hop at all) - Beatles (Yeah, people think their overrated, but look beyond the hype.)
  6. In Bruges THE BIAS I was kind of in Bruges myself two years ago. I was able to clearly recognize 10 different spots, including some back streets, and the one additional feature was a canal tour, and the tour went past the dock where I got on my canal tour. Gorgeous little town, if you're ever looking for somewhere quiet, yet historic. WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE Wow, what an incredibly violent movie. I don't usually like really violent movies like that (especially when I think that I was stood in spots were some of the worst of it took place). I've never found violence to that degree necessary to make a film good, and it quite often really detracts from a second viewing for me... WHAT I LOVED ...which is going to suck because there was a lot about this movie I really liked, and I know I can't complain because what's to be expected about a movie about hit men? First off, the dialogue was fucking hilarious. It was un-PC, they say the word "fuck" at least 130 times in a 126 minute film, and the timing of the entire cast's deliverance of it was spot on. Colin Ferrell, in particular, brought a lot of humanity into a very dangerous man. Not to mention, going back to my to bias, they really made Bruge look more than a medieval draw Belgium's main tourist attraction. They make it look like just a really lovely little town fully of extremely interesting people - mostly tourists, mind you, but the tourists who tend to travel there are always people who are looking off the beaten track, and therefore quite interesting. ;) So that's my review of In Bruge. In a nutshell, good movie, really violent.
  7. No Time for Later - The Trews Live it Out - Metric* Old World Underground Where Are You Now? - Metric* Howe Sounds - Said the Whale* *Christmas gifts
  8. Anybody see any great concerts recently? Personally, over the course of the past two months, I've seen Sam Roberts, 54-40, Royal Wood, and the Trews. All were good, but I must say that the Trews put on one of the best shows I've ever seen. ;) http://www.flickr.com/photos/missemilyjane...57603874200466/ <--Photos are there.
  9. Parallel Play - Sloan Here's to Being Here - Jason Collett Snacktime - Barenaked Ladies Oceans Will Rise - The Stills Live at Massey Hall - Matthew Good That's definitely my list of favourites for this year. ;)
  10. Don't worry dude. Entwhistle rarely played 5, and if a 4 was good enough for Thunder Fingers, than it's good enough for me. ;)
  11. And when the night is cloudy There is still a light that shines on me Shine until tomorrow Let it Be (A personal mantra at the moment...)
  12. You know, as much as campaign funding is a pretty petty argument, considering the Liberals are almost bankrupt at this point and the Bloc and the NDP don't have enough support to gain even official opposition status, I would be glad to go to the polls over this. The only party that wouldn't be effective by the policy would be the Tories - because most of their funding comes from private donations. It seriously looks like a move by Harper to make sure he retains power for a long time to come; and when you're not a fan of the Tories in anyway shape or form, a vote would at least mean democracy is some what respected. But that's just me.
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