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- •Free time?Could it be as simple as I had the time to do it so why not do it? Was this something I secretly yearned to do during a time in my life when I was busier?
- •Misplaced nostalgia?Could I be one of those annoying contemporaries who feels deeply nostalgic for an era to which I never belonged? Do I find myself saying asinine things like "It was simpler, more elegant back then" or "I think the New Deal is a Great Deal!" or "Remember when people regularly ate spam?"
- •In a mood?You know how you get in those moods where you only eat kale salads, or you wear your college sweater six days in a row, or you decide to watch Twin Peaks backwards? That mood.
- •Cary Grant may be attractive?No further explanation needed.
- •See Cary Grant's IMDB page
I'm very easily charmed by a transatlantic accent.
- •His Girl Friday
- •An Affair to Remember
- •The Philadelphia Story
- •That woman with the felt hat and the rolling suitcase/backpack who always insists on exiting the door nearest the bus driver no matter where she's sitting and always manages to run the backpack over my toes
- •The dude who repeatedly called the bus driver a cunt at 2:30 in the morning
- •The cohort of administrators at the university who hate their jobs and always talk about their bathroom renovations
- •Let Me Clear My Throat (Live)—DJ KoolIf you've ever wanted to tell a fake audience what to do, this is your chance. Plus the saxophone riff in this song is the fucking bomb.
- •When the Levee Breaks—Led ZeppelinI'm a fan of pretending I can dance like Robert Plant. This is also a beautiful marriage of worrying about the breakdown of man-made water systems and bluesy despondency I look for in a song.
- •Happy Song—Otis ReddingTwo things: positive message and the instrumentation is perfect for stomping as loud as you can.