Favoriting Bryce: Playlist from August 25, 2017 Favoriting

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I never miscue a record. I am punctual, well-prepared, and dislike clutter. Outgoing and helpful, I'm always appropriately dressed. I do not behave erratically and have excellent penmanship. My CD's never skip, and I am in good health. I like all the notes, in any order.

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Favoriting August 25, 2017

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Artist Track Album Comments Approx. start time
Yarn/Wire  Oases   Favoriting Currents 4  an Alvin Lucier bit   
Tod Dockstader  Piece #1   Favoriting Space, Energy & Light    0:14:49 (Pop-up)
Christina Kubisch  Speak & Spell   Favoriting Noise Reduction System    0:16:43 (Pop-up)
Qubais Reed Ghazala  Silence the Tongues of Prophecy   Favoriting Gravikords, Whirlies & Pyrophones    0:25:06 (Pop-up)
Vittorio Gelmetti  Treni d'onda a modulazione d'intensità   Favoriting Musiche Elettroniche    0:30:09 (Pop-up)
Hermann Nitsch  Satz 1   Favoriting Orgelkonzert Jesuitenkirche 20.11.2013    0:40:55 (Pop-up)
Hermann Nitsch  Satz 2   Favoriting Orgelkonzert Jesuitenkirche 20.11.2013    0:56:57 (Pop-up)
Hermann Nitsch  Satz 3   Favoriting Orgelkonzert Jesuitenkirche 20.11.2013    1:10:09 (Pop-up)
Hermann Nitsch  Satz 4   Favoriting Orgelkonzert Jesuitenkirche 20.11.2013    1:22:01 (Pop-up)
Artificial Memory Trace  Expirations   Favoriting Ultrealith    1:34:57 (Pop-up)
Artificial Memory Trace  Subaquantum Ultrealith: Insectin   Favoriting Ultrealith    1:46:04 (Pop-up)
 
Yasumune Morishige  R-Y.M   Favoriting Reizen    2:00:44 (Pop-up)
Quentin Tolimieri  A Long One   Favoriting Prepared Piano    2:08:49 (Pop-up)
Erik Griswold  Electric Aura   Favoriting Pain Avoidance Machine    2:20:40 (Pop-up)
Eve Risser  Des pas sur la neige   Favoriting Piano    2:26:58 (Pop-up)
Philippe Lauzier  Napping in a Neglected Garden   Favoriting A Pond in My Living Room  bass clarinet!  2:43:50 (Pop-up)




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Listener comments!

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People Like Us:

hewwo
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Mister Dobalina:

I'm really liking these sounds!
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sphere:

grrrrreetingzzzzz
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joe mulligan:

Bryce with the ritual of the weekend salute! Hi Vicki!
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Bryce:

dep
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People Like Us:

hewwo
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Bryce:

it's like they put a department store inside a snare drum
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Mister Dobalina:

I'm really liking these sounds!
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Rev. Turnip Druid:

Who has carrot cake?
  12:09pm
Matt:

The Bryceman cometh..
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βrian:

Sounds to toil by.
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fred:

Yarn/Wire! I like them a lot. I got their touring schedule in my inbox yesterday: sadly, no stop here
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Bryce:

yeah, it is kinda like a work song for grayliens
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Bryce:

dig up those octahedrons
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sphere:

the aliens are examining frozen humans on a conveyor belt with eerie lights shining down
  12:18pm
nic:

that was great !!!
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Passaic River Blues:

"it's like they put a department store inside a snare drum"

That's a perfect capsule review.
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Serpico:

hey all "marbles in blender" peeps! :D
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Serpico:

someone's playing with my speak & spell again.
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sphere:

WHIRR CLUNK WHIRR CLUNK WHIRR
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fred:

Well, chances are that this department store stocked both marbles and blenders
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Bryce:

"excuse me, where are your platonic solids?"
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Serpico:

@fred hah yes lots of marbles and blenders :D
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βrian:

Now that's talent I would've really appreciated when I was 13!
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Rev. Turnip Druid:

pre-clickie'd for convenience.
large yay.
  12:29pm
choggie:

This track sounds like I feel.....after bourbon and pizza last nite.
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Cheri Pi:

YEP
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joe mulligan:

I don't think the grayliens understand that the lawnmower wont start without gas. and there's no more gas on the planet
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sphere:

LOL good show Bryce
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Rev. Turnip Druid:

...still waiting for delivery of bourbon pizza.
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Chris from DC:

Did someone say bourbon? Oh, hello.
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adrian in mpls:

that Gelmetti was great! very new to my ears
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fred:

@RTD: it's not coming. They know you'd just ruin it by drowning it in sriracha anyway
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Jesse k:

Perfect studio day soundtrack
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Jeff:

That's quite a ground loop you've got in the studio there, Bryce.
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Sem Chumbo:

Wheel design, code name HORUS, V 0.000003500B.C.
Project concept forked, HORUS abandoned.
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Bryce:

i'm touching the transmitter with my tongue
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Matt ww:

Damn Bryce. This is great.
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Chris from DC:

This is some real Nitsch programming.
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northguineahills:

Hermann Nitsch getting a lot of airplay the last few days, why yes, we want blood!
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Matt ww:

Don't move that tongue!
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sphere:

Beware The Octahedron!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:52pm
steveo:

bryce -- can you get that thing to spin on one of its vertices, like a top?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:53pm
steveo:

Transmitter? I hardly know 'er!
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βrian:

It's so cool that they have 31 months a year in Germany.
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Chris from DC:

Pretty sure this week has been 31 days.
  12:55pm
nic:

love
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Rev. Turnip Druid:

This morning has been seventeen weeks.
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Jeff:

I hope this Nitsch is an hour long.
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Bryce:

hope the jesuits scotchgarded that bench

www.google.com...
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sphere:

this year has been 31 years.
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Rev. Turnip Druid:

I recommend paying extra for the non-stick jesuit.
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fred:

@sphere: and there's more than a third left
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Jeff:

Hermann bloody Hermann.
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Chris from DC:

YES! Part 2.
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Wild Neil:

PEACE all. This Herman Kitsch is challenging.
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steveo:

Is there an organ/organ pun in Austrian German? Because that could explain some of those images. (Also, I could listen to this all day.)
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sphere:

nonstick jesuits should only be used on low or medium heat. overheating can cause the coating to break down, which can result in the release of toxic particles and/or gases.
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steveo:

Looks like it's Organ/Orgel, so sorry, no.
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steveo:

Die Orgel wurde 2003 bis 2004 von dem Freiburger Orgelbauer Hartwig Späth erbaut. Das Instrument hat 41 Register (2745 Pfeifen) auf drei Manualen und Pedal. Die Disposition orientiert sich an französisch romantischen Orgeln im Stile von Aristide Cavaillé-Coll, insbesondere an dem Instrument der Orgel von 1880 in St. François-de-Sales in Lyon. Die Spieltrakturen sind mechanisch, der Spieltisch ist einem Cavaillé-Coll-Spieltisch nachempfunden.

Das Orgelgehäuse, das sich mit einer Höhe von über 12 Metern über zwei Emporen erstreckt, ist ebenfalls neu erbaut worden, wobei in weiten Teilen Elemente des historischen Gehäuses verwandt wurden.
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steveo:

The organ was built between 2003 and 2004 by the Freiburg organ builder Hartwig Späth . The instrument has 41 registers (2745 whistles) on three manuals and pedal . The disposition is oriented to French romantic organs in the style of Aristide Cavaillé-Coll , in particular the instrument of the organ of 1880 in St. François de Sales in Lyon. The game moves are mechanical, the playing table is modeled on a Cavaillé-Coll table.

The organ enclosure , which extends over 12 meters above two galleries, has also been newly built, with elements of the historical enclosure being used in large parts.
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Bryce:

ahh cool, thx!
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steveo:

Composer Franz Schubert conducted his Mass in F major there, and Anton Bruckner's Mass in F minor was written for the church and was first performed there. In the 21st century, the church is known to host high quality sacred music concerts, particularly for its weekly Sunday High mass with full orchestra and choir.
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steveo:

(all wikipedia, w/ google translate on the first graf)
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steveo:

the absence became thick there
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Chris from DC:

Gonna be ordering this one later on. Wowser.
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Bryce:

tangentially......zimbelsternen!

youtu.be...
youtu.be...
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steve:

hey people
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steveo:

can we rent Spinal Tap's amplifiers and play this in a church in Jersey City?
  1:23pm
willcrete:

I find that it is quite rare when pipe organ music provides for a satisfying at home listening experience, even though I love the sound of the instrument and the concerts I've attended of both modern and classical music. On a conventional stereo recording, so much often ends up being lost when the instrument's is removed from the typically richly resonant space in which it was originally constructed. Thankfully, this recording seems to be one of the exceptions, one in which the inherent "flatness" of a recording seems to actually work to the music's advantage. Another modern organ recording I've recently found engaging is Jean-Luc Guionnet's "De Proche En Proche"
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Chris from DC:

Wish I could play part 4 in my meeting.
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Kurt Gottschalk:

Damn, this Nitsch is so gorgeous. Thanks.
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Bryce:

hey!! :)
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Bryce:

i wonder how nitsch would feel about a wonder morton....

www.google.com...
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Kurt Gottschalk:

my bathtub looks just like that but it doesn't really play.
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Kurt Gottschalk:

i dunno, previous tenant.
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fred:

@Chris: playing Bryce's show in meetings looks like a great idea. At worst, it would shorten them
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sphere:

EXEC 1: "The budget numbers for FV 18 are obviously bleak...."
EXEC 2: WHAT?!?!
EXEC 1: "I SAID...."
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Michael 98145:

mit zwei Händen an der Orgel
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steveo:

unfortunately, he doesn't seem to make it to Jersey City very often www.nitsch.org...
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Bryce:

what if we supply the livestock?
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Summer and Michael:

Holy cow, Bryce, this Hermann Nitsch piece is unbelievable! Epic! Great!
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chris:

hello. that Nitsch. yes.
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Bryce:

:)
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sphere:

maybe Bryce could do a live set from Bern.
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steveo:

sorry, my cats aren't available
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steveo:

frankly, I think the sound stands on it's own without all the offal distractions
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steveo:

(yes that was a frankfurter joke, but the sentiment stands)
  1:44pm
willcrete:

Thanks for playing the entirety of that Nitsch recording. The "fluttering" sounds he got going during the 4th side were true things of beauty. My mind says that they were of course products of low frequency oscillation, but my ears and heart experienced a wonderful journey in the way he built towards them, let them loose, and pulled them back in during the final section of the piece.
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Mary Wing:

Bryce! I love the graphic on your main playlist page!! Is that a Greg from zone5 creation? It needs to be on a T-shirt right this minute!!!
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Michael 98145:

using holo-lenticular technology
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Bryce:

it is!! so great. he just emailed it to me a few weeks ago. 'want this?' what a mensch <3
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northguineahills:

Thanks Bryce, off to lunch!
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Mary Wing:

Greg rules the school, yep.
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Mary Wing:

It even looks like your arm holding the cowbell-thingy (what is that called, anyway?), with the sleeve rolled up. :-)
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1k3:

He blinks, too!
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ERU:

It's a vibraslap
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Mary Wing:

That sounds saucy, ERU.
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Ken From Hyde Park:

Wow, nice 3-D dreidels you have here today, Bryce. Is it a holiday?
  2:03pm
ERU:

Rattlesnake simulator
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Bryce:

mary, i know! marfan's, effete shirt....bullseye!!
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steve:

i still have the first Speak and Spell i circuit bent. early to mid 00s you'd find those all the time at the Red White and Blue thrift store in Paterson. found four or five Casio sk-1s there over the years as well.
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nic:

love
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Mary Wing:

virtual Speak & Spell is here:

www.speaknspell.co.uk...
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Rev. Turnip Druid:

back from meeting. Destroy my brain please.
HEY! WING!
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Michael 98145:

( this is doubleplus great thru headphones )
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Mary Wing:

<flapping> HEY REV!
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steveo:

headphones, the next best thing to a church in Jersey City
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Michael 98145:

@MW, i love watching your avatar groove to this tune
  2:26pm
<£tonigipBy^]4:

The people next to me are really giving me strange looks - I'm near the Black Sea as this is not their local folk music :)
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steve:

this is real nice
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Rev. Turnip Druid:

my brain ball is a black sea.
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steveo:

pardon me, sir, for mentioning it, but I believe you have misspelt "neige"
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Chris from DC:

Meeting done, that much closer to beersies.
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Bryce:

damn fingers!
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steveo:

can't live with em can't chom em off
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Chris from DC:

Clicky star spelling notwithstanding
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fred:

@Chris: when is beer o'clock for you today?
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steveo:

bass clarinet or swingset?
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david_:

swingset bassoon
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Chris from DC:

@Fred, about 3 hours :(
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steve:

Bryce sad to say school gave me class from noon to 3 Fridays again this Fall... if i dont see you at the station see ya in a couple months!
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Bryce:

are you following core curriculum? children are our future.
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Michael 98145:

thanks again, Bryce
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Bryce:

oh, thank you all! lovely to hang, as per uzh. uigh? ueaghe
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adrian in mpls:

thanks, Bryce!
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nic:

wow great_thx bryce
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Cecile:

WHO DOESN'T
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steveo:

oh it's over so soon? bravo & thanks
  9:50pm
Rory:

Well....It's that time of the week again. Bryce, send me to the stars baby!
  9:51pm
Rory:

Or to hellish infernos of eternal cosmic preportions!
  9:54pm
Rory:

proportions
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