• @slowbeard
    21 July, 2017

    Nothing tops #72, "incomprehensible three-word black metal album title," eg. Enthrone Darkness Triumphant and Diabolical Fullmoon Mysticism

  • @slowbeard
    21 July, 2017

    Silly metal trope I love #437: self-titled song on a self-titled album https://t.co/TZRH0vJLBp

  • @slowbeard
    21 July, 2017

    @mattdpearce On the evil/incompetent spectrum, he's one of the few in the administration who leans toward the latteā€¦ https://t.co/XipQJRyOEa

  • @slowbeard
    21 July, 2017

    You know the kinetic opening sequence of The Dark Knight? Dunkirk is kind of like that, only 105 minutes long.

  • @slowbeard
    20 July, 2017

    RT @WordsofMcCarthy: Query: How does the never to be differ from what never was?


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