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Sharepod recognizes it, but when it tries to open after reading the iPod, it stops responding and gets stuck at the loading part with the logo. I already tried uninstalling iTunes and reinstalling it, and that did nothing.
I tried that. Now I have the iPod plugged in, and iTunes won't even open.

iTunes won't open when I have it plugged in, and as soon as I unplug it iTunes opens up.
Is my iPod ****ed or is there any hope?

I was putting a new album on my iPod. It was syncing, and all of a sudden it randomly rebooted. When I ejected it, all of my music was taken off. I had to restore the iPod, and I put all of my songs back on it, but there is still no music on the iPod. Now, iTunes won't recognize the iPod when I plug it in.

HELP!
If so, feel free to talk about how much you love it. However, while you're here, could you answer one question for me? What did you major in in college?
I have to write a paragrap-long speech for Student Government day. It's due right about now. Please help me be a sarcastic douchebag! I feel there is nobody better to turn to in my moment of need!
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.

A close second is Garden State.

A close third is Memento.
All of my friends want to go see Weezer tonight. I would love to do so as well. However, I have work. I can't decide if I should call in or not. I just got hired at a new job anyways, so I don't think it would be a huge deal, but I would feel bad. Do you think it would be a good idea to call in and go to Weezer? I'm in a moral dilemma here. If you do think I should call in to work, what do you think I should tell them?
Viva la Vida - Coldplay


Does In Rainbows count as this year? If so, then that.
If you guys worked at a fast-food restaurant, you would understand.
I'd go either Blackwater Park or Blood Mountain.
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Memento, or Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind


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Look at my avatar, and ask me again.
The soundtrack for Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. Jon Brion is great.
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"What came first, the music or the misery? People worry about kids playing with guns or watching violent videos, that some sort of culture of violence will take them over. Nobody worries about kids listening to thousands, literally thousands, of songs about heartbreak, rejection, pain, misery, and loss. Did I listen to pop music because I was miserable? Or was I miserable because I listened to pop music?"


Great movie.

As for me, I would have to say this little snippet from Alexander Pope, which I heard in the amazing movie Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.

How happy is the blameless vestal's lot!
The world forgetting, by the world forgot.
Eternal sunshine of the spotless mind!
Each pray'r accepted, and each wish resign'd ...
A lot of stuff by Nine Inch Nails is really simple. Try, "Another Version of the Truth," or, "The Frail."
As hard as it is for me to say this given that I despise both Ben Stiller and Tom Cruise, it was pretty funny.
****ing sucked. Was supposed to see Nine Inch Nails, but my show got postponed until November 9.
Bon Jovi
Aerosmith
The Mars Volta
System of a Down
Tool
Anthony Green
Gogol Bordello
Nine Inch Nails

I was supposed to see the Melvins this Saturday, but I can't go.
I sort of lounge around laughing at all the people who actually asks questions like this, so a monkey I guess?
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Great film! Heath Ledger's performance was quite frankly (in my opinion of course) the best i've ever seen!

My only two complaints that were I would have liked to have seen The Joker onscreen for longer and that the whole Two-Face thing would have been much better in a whole new movie...


I thought he was in it just the right amount of time. Just enough to leave you wanting more, yet not feeling ripped off.
I just got an offer on Craigs List. This guy wants to give me Bose Comfort Headphones and a 17" Flat Panel Monitor (brand new in box) in exchange for my Wii. Should I do it?
I have friends in Bridgeport. Is it nice?
Not from the 80s, but I Want it That Way by the Backstreet Boys. I swear on all that is holy that if I ever start up an acoustic band, we WILL be covering that live.
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Hellboy was an epic film. Any new bad dudes?


Oh the bad dudes in this movie are pretty great. It's all based on fairy-tales and folklore, so obviously combining that with Del Toro's style is going to result in some spectacular visuals. I thought the main villain was great, but his voice cracked a lot, which sort of detracted from his awesomeness.

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Really? O.o

All ads i've seen says hellboy III


You may want to lay off of the hallucinogens for a while.
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I think you made a typo in the title


ain't it Hellboy III?



No What makes you think that?
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Is the first one really that great? I haven't seen it.


It was really quite good. Good enough for me to go see the midnight premiere for part two. If you aren't familiar with Del Toro's work, almost everything he does is great.
Who's seen it? I just got back from the midnight premiere, and it wasn't half bad. I thought that the plot was a little weak compared to the first, and the humor wasn't quite the same. However, the visuals blew the first one out of the water. Also, the line, "I'm not a baby. I'm a tumor." had me in stitches.

What did you think?
Used to be obsessed with System of a Down (hence the username). I can't stand them now, and I'm stuck with this stupid username.

Also, Led Zeppelin, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Queen, Black Sabbath, Slipknot. Still like all of them (with the exception of Slipknot) but I hardly listen to them anymore.

Nowadays it's a little bit of everything.

Radiohead
Pearl Jam
Tool
Nine Inch Nails
Wu Tang Clan
Immortal Technique
The Shins
Muse
Death Cab for Cutie
Dave Matthews Band
Beethoven
A Perfect Circle
Killswitch Engage
Queens of the Stone Age
At the Drive-In
The Mars Volta
Coldplay
Kyuss
Dream Theater
Frou Frou
DJ Tiesto
Aphex Twin
Joshua Radin
Cary Brothers
Simon and Garfunkel

Word.
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well my philosiphy is to generally not care about anything and it seems to work well and actually gets me more friends and stuff as i don't care about thinks being awkward or anything.


This is the truth.
"In the game of chess you can never let your opponent see your pieces"

"Yup. Uh huh. That's whatever it is you were talking about for you"

"...And like all my plans, it's so simple an idiot could have devised it!"

"Yes, comets, the icebergs of the sky. By jackknifing from one to the next at breakneck speed, we might just get something of a gravityboost...or something."

Zapp: Your hand, while firm and masculine, is soft as a velvet child. What lotion do you use?
Leela: Pert & Popular sir.
Zapp: Roger that. Kif! Get me 10 cases of Pert & Popular.
Kif: What shall I do with your Jurgens, sir?
Zapp: Squirt it on some homeless man with dry elbows.

"I'm the man with no name... Zapp Brannigan, at your service."

“Now remember Kif: the quickest way to a girls bed is through her parents. Have sex with them, and you’re in!”

Zapp Brannigan is my hero.
I just scheduled a job interview as a sales associate for Circuit City. Problem is, I have no idea what to expect. Is there anybody here who has worked/is currently working for Circuit City and could possible give me a little heads up? Thank you.
Have you shaved recently?
You'll get to meet Tom Cruise.
It really depends on the person. I got all four of mine out at the same time. Not to mention that all four were impacted. I was in absolutely no pain.
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no its not you stole pretty much that whole joke from family guy


So where did Family Guy steal the joke from?
Cloverfield
Death Cab for Cutie - The New Year
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I was waiting for that.