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Monday, March 29, 2004

Obscure Movie Review of the Day: Lost In Translation 

I sawd Lost in Translaton and didnt like it because it was booring. i didnt like it becuse it was stopid and booring. bill merray is a good acter buyt her he isnt very good. i like the part with the chinese. i like the girl that was in it but she is never nakid. so its stopid. noone talks in this movie, because they are stupid and booring. it was a very long movie to, and no one ever does anything so it is stopid. the producer is sofia copola and she is dumb because she is not very good. no one has sex in this movie. i hate the part with the pool, and the part with the games is stopid. dont see this movie. it is booring and stopid.


Lance Burrows

Saturday, March 27, 2004

Annals of Obscurity Entering the Annals of Blog Obscurity...part 2 

Hello ladies, gentlemen, distinguished guests, farmers, pugilists, cultural elitists, right-wingers, left-wingers, lovers, haters, movers, shakers--Annals Of Obscurity will not go gentle into that good...uh...hm...I forget the rest (never cared for Thoreau). We're still alive and kicking, damn it! For the one person who actually reads this blog site, more columns (and other interesting little nuggets of info, i.e. "Obscure Quote of the Day" and "Obscure Trivia") will be arriving shortly. Thank you for your patience, sir (and/or ma'am).

Take care, and keep dancing on the ceiling.

Lionel Ritchie

Monday, March 22, 2004

'Annals of Obscurity' Blog Enters the Annals of Blog Obscurity 

For now, this project is doomed to live up to its name. Perhaps someday...

Friday, March 05, 2004

ON THIS DAY IN MUSICAL HISTORY 

On March 5, 1795, classical composer Rene Maria Billionaire conducted the debut performance of, according to one critic, "the most bombastic, overblown, condescending, idiotic symphony ever conceived." Billionaire's "The Symphonic Paradox" consists of three and a half hours of unmitigated pompousness in six movements, and the piece caused the death of more than one tuba player in its day. Three weeks after the symphony debuted, Billionaire was killed in his sleep with a banana. The case remains unsolved.

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