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Hmm, I thought I'd seen others recently that did this kind of thing, although maybe not for anagrams. I wasn't that happy with this one, but if I'd written pigs instead of hogs, you'd have solved it before it was posted!
A bit of an odd one out in my SOTWs.
Not because it's from an anime, Angel Beats!, or because it's Japanese or even because it's from a fictitious band that exists only in said anime, but because it's a ballad.
It's just acoustic guitar and singing.
I'm not usually one for ballads, one of my least favorite music genres, but this one has been on repeat.
I don't even know what she's singing, but I don't need to, to enjoy this song
I thought the Crow was a really good movie - very enjoyable. If you like it, you might like Spawn. You might also like League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, or Hellboy. All of them were good popcorn flicks. Of these, the Crow is the darkest, least humorful.
Loved those, especially LoEG, never understood why it gets such a low score on IMDb!
My cat was sighted last on Friday, but I was yet unable to catch her
She's now at a farm, about 500 m away.
They really want to get rid of her because they try to get pheasants and partridges to their farms and cats and birds don't mix.
Luckily they love animals and they're trying to catch her rather than poison her.
If you have any interest in what goes on behind the scenes in television series writing, a friend has written about his experiences over the years working with/for studios, directors, with other writers, actors, etc etc etc.
Search for "Get In the Car, Jane" on Amazon, if interested.
We won't sit down.
We won't shut up.
We won't go quietly away.
I think I saw some of her early movies... Goldie Lawn, right?
Anything that is unrelated to elephants is irrelephant Anonymous - The problem with quotes on the internet is that you can never tell if they're genuine Winston Churchill, 1944 - Never argue with a fool. Onlookers may not be able to tell the difference. Mark Twain
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