Pop Will Eat Itself

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  Pop Will Eat Itself
April 12, 2001
  I breathe, so tax mePDF files may take a moment to load

Picture this: it's a hot summer day, and you're hanging out in your backyard with a few friends. The sun is beating hard, so you and your buddies go down to the local convenience store for some refreshing treats and munchies.


March 01, 2001
  The decline and fall of intelligent thoughtPDF files may take a moment to load

There's just no stopping progress.

Take a look around you. Signs of technological advancement are everywhere. Portable stereo systems, calculators, cellular phones, personal computers and other such gadgets abound. These were produced to make life more convenient by maximizing efficiency, reducing lost time, or simply for entertainment. Most of these creations are useful, financially accessible and easy to operate. They make life "easier," yet they don't take the fun, or the challenge, out of living.


February 15, 2001
  The waste of watching for a miraclePDF files may take a moment to load

Pull the plug.

Don't be so weak. Look at yourself, you're pathetic. You sit there for hours on end with that faint glimmer of anticipation in your eyes, hoping that a miracle might happen, that something good will manifest itself.

You're wasting your time. Pull the plug and walk away.


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