DurAnorak (duranorak) wrote,

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"As we’ve observed before, Christians are like Manics fans."

~waves tiredly~ Morning.
It's really too early for me to be up again, but we woke early this morning and couldn't get back to sleep. ~smiles adoringly at characters~ Too, too cute.
I'm going home today, thank god. This week has just been crap for everyone here, and we all need to get out. I miss my music. I'm going to record myself an almost-copy of the Erasure tape I made for G, I think, if I can remember the order...

Also, while looking at an amusingly paranoid site, I found this - I hadn't heard about this one :

Another interesting reversal is from the not so innocent nursery rhyme 'Twinkle Twinkle little Star', a recording was made from a 6-year-old girl and when played backwards the words 'I wish there were no Allah' can be heard. Some say that this is the work of freemasons, attempting to subliminally secularize their biggest enemy, Islam.

Could someone with a better computer than mine verify that? ~g~
And oh, god - I know 'Stairway To Heaven' is renowned as one of the backmasking greats, but I'd never realised that what you're meant to hear includes the line
"He'll give you 666, there was a little toolshed where he made us suffer, sad Satan."

You know it makes sense. Er, well, no?

I am hugely entertained. ~g~


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