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November 24, 2004
(How) To Kill A Mockingbird
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18 years ago
Hmmm. I think I need to re-read
To Kill a Mockingbird
. Apparently, I don't remember all of the symbolism and literary devices employed. Especially the pirates. And the flaming sharks.
The bears and dinosaurs and fireballs seem familiar though...
Facts: 1. Ninjas are literary devices. 2. Ninjas ALL form a line. 3. The purpose of the ninja is to flip out and kill... um... a mockingbird. Yeah. And win the Pulitzer Prize. And learn about justice. Yeah.
That was fucking EPIC.
Wow, that was amazing. I had TOTALLY forgotten about the time-travelling castle!
He had me until the Army of Undead Mockingbirds. That's just so unbelievable.
Holy Jesus, Pat Sajak is a scary dude.
lens flare! motion blur! lightning storm with lightning! yowsa. we should invent an Online Best-Picture Oscar and present it to these folks!!
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This is what I get for skimming the book and reading the Coles notes instead -- they TOTALLY left out the Cold Fire! I would have read THAT book! Damn you, Coles! Damn you to HELL!
Why must you bring up old memories for me?
I'm involved with a indie feature film at the moment. How to kill a mocking bird would make a better film. No, really. angry, COLD FLAMING, bears RULE!, yeah. (I don't think I'll be working on the film much longer, I keep insulting the director) Also, best use of music. evar.
I guess he only read the book up to page 50 or so. And then dramironically improved it! The music was killer.
wow. it's like they were reading a completely different book...my biography
I wish the book had been scored by Europe.