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Beautiful Music and Evil Men - A Most Illuminating Tale
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Robert Wells or Mr Waters
Date: 6.07 pm, Wednesday 15th October, 2008
Subject: Beautiful Music and Evil Men
Security: Public
Location:CW Library, N22
Tags:music films evil
There are too many things happening. It hurts my head somewhat. My diary moans when I look at it. I know I'm missing the world.

Here are some things people should see:

Jayne Sarah is a Glasgow based singer-songwriter who has been playing Scottish Folk Clubs. I think she's great. She's just released her first album and it's really good. Go here or here to listen to some tracks and then go here and buy a copy. It's worth it.

For Whedon fans, and musical fans, after Dr. Horrible's Sing-a-long-a-blog, the Evil League of Evil started accepting submissions from the public. My housemate made two. Neither features me. Tremble in fear at the coming of The Garnisher! Beware the dangerous Lord Viscount Sir Genghis Stabbington Stabbington.
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Isabelle: glenn = stella
User: diamond_geyser
Date: 2.22 pm, Thursday 16th October, 2008 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)
Keyword:glenn = stella
Thankyou kindly. For posting these, for these being extremely good, and for these being so much better for my brain than the previous post [locked, don't look] upon my friends list which seems to suggest massive dicksplash behaviour from a massive dicksplash.

Say, you wouldn't happen to have the capacity to burn me Whedony goodness would you, she asks knowing full well you do and you offered and I'm just adding one more thing to a To Do List that grows quicker than Lord Stabbington's nose hair, etc.
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User: (Anonymous)
Date: 8.30 am, Sunday 26th October, 2008 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)
Great to see you again last night. I've sent you an eMail, but I'm not sure of the correct address. Could you reply to let me know, before I write anything more substantial?
Cheers,
Al.
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