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Gift cards are the low-hanging fruit of holiday shopping, offering an easy out when one’s time and inspiration reserves have been depleted. “Here’s $25 for TGI Fridays!” “Thanks, here’s $25 for Target!” And thus the lateral transference of bespoke wealth carries on, sustained by a sense of obligation and the notion that gifting cash is […]
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There are currently seven and a half billion people on this planet. Statistically speaking, that’s a large enough number for there to be three or four people out there who are devoted fans of both model trains and the gimmick-driven, sludgy glam rock of Kiss. Well, I’ve got some good news for those rare creatures. […]
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Two trains, a decade apart are traveling towards each other… ….with one carrying goofy singer-songwriter stuff… ….and the other some synthesized dance gloom. How long does it take for you to realize that you’ve been scammed by yet another low content post?
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All aboard! The Sunday afternoon music video express is pulling out of Armagideon Station. Passengers are asked to be seated for the duration of the ride. The O’Jays – Love Train – Regrettably, neuropathologist Love Train service was discontinued in 1973 after a tragical collision involving a stationary tanker car loaded with industrial grade avarice. […]