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Maybe five in total. It kind of switches itself on and off when its warm enough in the room but between physically turning it on and turning it off again - about five hours all told.

(Just in case you wanted an actual answer.)

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Well most car's dashboard lights have multiple meanings. The parking break light came on in my car a while ago and I thought it was just a fuse that blew, so I left it.

Couple weeks later I notice I don't have brakes anymore while driving. Took it to the shop and my mechanic asked if I noticed the parking break light on. I told him it was probably just a brunt fuse and I didn't really care to have it repaired.

Turns out the parking break light has a secondary feature where it tells you when your break fluid is getting low. Turns out mine was completely bone dry.

I'm sure some of the other lights have double meanings as well!

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6 points · 1 hour ago

Well, technically it only had one meaning: The correct meaning.

The other meaning was just your incorrect guess at what caused it to illuminate.

This changes EVERYTHING

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6 points · 1 hour ago

No it doesn't.

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Original Poster18 points · 9 hours ago

So little known fact but Aphex Twin is a big Ween fan. In an interview from 1997 he lists The Pod and Pure Guava as two of his favs and said, "I love Ween- I really, really like them and everything they do."

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3 points · 5 hours ago · edited 5 hours ago

Aphex Tween?

Anyway, which interview? I'd never heard that about Aphex Twin before.


The Live in Chicago (DVD) from 2003 has great quality. There's also a cool video from Australia (I think around 2006) that sounds great and has good camera work. The Bonnaroo and LOCKN' shows are also nice for their good video quality.

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Original Poster1 point · 1 day ago

Thanks mang - lookin more for just overall sound quality and solid live versions of songs to rip, splice and rock

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3 points · 17 hours ago

In that case may I shamelessly self-promote (again) the Ween Plays Ween sets? I think you (and everyone else) might like them.

2 points · 17 hours ago

That "Live in Australia" set is Deaner's favourite video of them. And really, it's easy to see why.

Who Dat, Kim Smoltz, Ode to Rene, Mountains and Buffalos

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1 point · 18 hours ago

It's just Mountains and Buffalo. No extra s.

6 points · 1 day ago · edited 1 day ago

This is one of my favourite films of all time. I'm definitely watching this tonight.

You should also crosspost to /r/criterion/, they'll love it there, too.

Original Poster13 points · 1 day ago

David Simon confirmed it in an interview, asked by someone topped off by the shared last name. Simon added that a scene in Season 5 that officially brought it in canon was cut due to time.

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1 point · 1 day ago

Which interview?

Anyone ever find out the reason why he drove in there?

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3 points · 1 day ago

The sign said 'drive through.'

Haunted by chuck palaniuk. It's fantastic read and has many different narrators throughout the book.

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1 point · 1 day ago

Haunted by Chuck Palahniuk is good, but it doesn't have many narrators. Many characters and many points of view, sure.

Rant by Chuck Palanhiuk is what OP is after.

Ah! Thank you! That's what I get for redditing after taking my sleeping meds!

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2 points · 1 day ago

Haunted is way better than Rant anyway.

8 points · 2 days ago

Just make 'shifting chips' your first move. Then you get more chips and they're not soggy.

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17 points · 2 days ago

I go out to eat because I don't want to do a bunch of work to get my food ready to eat.

Pot and parma.

And i dont even drink.... friends do.


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28 points · 2 days ago

Good point and well made.

I don't drive.... but other people do.


That’s a weird thing to say to someone when all you have to go off is a picture from when she was a child.

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8 points · 2 days ago

You're right. She could be monstrous.

1 point · 3 days ago

I did something similar (but without the comment on how long it took) when I arranged the demos in the order in which they appear on Quebec to find out what the album would sound like if it were released then.

292 points · 4 days ago

People can come up with statistics to prove anything. 14% of all people know that.

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10 points · 4 days ago

It's forfty percent, god damn it. Not fourteen, not forty. Forfty. Homer not only makes up the statistic he's quoting but he also makes up the number within that statistic. That's the joke.

3 points · 3 days ago

Thank Christ someone else was as upset as me at OP ruining the joke

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2 points · 3 days ago

People get it wrong way too often.

I would pay one million monies to see that!

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2 points · 3 days ago

Yeah, but... you don't have to.

1 point · 4 days ago

Because, baby, we'd never leave the house.

11 points · 4 days ago

I don't get it.

mangia! Mangia!

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8 points · 4 days ago

Oh. I see.

I don't get it.

1 point · 4 days ago

Room With A Moose had sketches and notes from the writers desk. There's one that's a layout of the classroom showing where all the characters sit and what cells to use on the walls. Another one I've seen is Johnen ranting about Dib being a bitch. Another, posted to this subreddit within the last few months, shows the proportions of things relative to another and is really cool.

So, yeah, there's scattered shit, but no real published book as far as I'm aware.

I cheat a bit and have an "arthouse" genre, which is an incredibly vague term but it can mean whatever i really i generally put weirder or artsy films that would be otherwise hard to category there. I actually even made my own divider tabs so it looks all neat. I think i have like 30-40 genres, then i split up all my boutique labels by distributor. I also have all of my pre-1980s films in chronological order of release, its cool having a cinematic timeline. I occasionally mix in boutique labels for fun. Actually doing it can be very rewarding, i learned what an absolute PHENOMENAL year 1927 was for film... i mean you had Metropolis, Wings, Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans, Wings, The Jazz Singer, The Lodger: The Story of the London Fog, King of Kings, The Cat and the Canary, College (Keaton) and so much more

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4 points · 5 days ago

Wings is so good you mentioned it twice - and I agree both times.

Whenever I think of Wings, my head goes here, what a close up.

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1 point · 4 days ago

The intertitle just before that scene is great as well.

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Original Poster11 points · 5 days ago

It would be a complete guess, but maybe we will at least get a release date by Turkey Day.

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10 points · 5 days ago

I'm also going to venture a complete guess and say, maybe tonight at about 5 o'clock.

He created this long-running, proto-punk comic book series called Scud: The Disposable Assassin


Your feedback has been really useful as well, and without revealing any spoilers I hope you’ll find some of your suggestions manifested in the new season.

Cool. I loved Season 11, but I kinda gotta agree with the common sentiment that the riffers just need to turn it down just a little. Like, 5% fewer riffs would be enough. If they did that, it'd be perfect.

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9 points · 5 days ago

And, like, 95% slower when they speak.

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