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Chino Moreno, the singer for Deftones, has another band named †††. Since there's not any crosses on most people's qwertys, we just call them "(Crosses)." Capice?


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Mad Wook wrote:
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I don't get it.


Chino Moreno, the singer for Deftones, has another band named †††. Since there's not any crosses on most people's qwertys, we just call them "(Crosses)." Capice?


Ah yeah, ok. It was the () that puzzled me.


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Sorry if that sounded curt. Didn't intend it to.


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Adult Female, by Hank Green.

It was adorbs when he played it live at Carnegie Hall earlier this week (aired live on Youtube).

sample lyric: "And I'll be with her until the end of time / as long as time ends before I die / 'cause that's what love is / and I have it for her."
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I'm watching The Good and the two other dudes (for the ? time). When Tuco finds the graveyard. Man best cinema thing ever!

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Any mumford and sons Fans?
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Zak Arranda wrote:
Any mumford and sons Fans?


My wife likes them; just bought one of their CDs two weeks ago and has been listening to it a lot. I don't mind them much.

I've been listening to Science...Sort Of, a podcast about things that are science, things that are sort of science, and things that wish they were science.
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Zak Arranda wrote:
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I dug the first album a lot. The second album is great but it lacks anything with a specific punch, its more just a decent collection. But I do indeed like the band.
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Caedus_16 wrote:
Zak Arranda wrote:
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I dug the first album a lot. The second album is great but it lacks anything with a specific punch, its more just a decent collection. But I do indeed like the band.


This. I got on that bandwagon as soon as they hit the States and have been a huge fan. But their new one just doesn't do it for me.


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