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About Kirsten

  • Birthday 09/18/1990

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  • Interests
    reading, blogging, drawing in MS paint, downloading music, photography, being sarcastic, and being a computer geek

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  • Number of Rush Concerts Attended
  • Last Rush Concert Attended
  • Favorite Rush Song
    Double Agent, Alien Shore, Bastille Day, the Pass, Roll the Bones, Red Sector A... I'm far too indecisive to choose!
  • Favorite Rush Album
    Counterparts or Moving Pictures
  • Other Favorite Bands
    Santana, the Wallflowers, Matchbox 20, Stellastarr*, Coheed and Cambria, the Mars Volta. My taste in music pretty much sucks. :)
  • Musical Instruments You Play
    acoustic guitar, tenor saxophone
  1. Kirsten

    Misheard Words

    QUOTE (floydfanatic111 @ Feb 14 2006, 02:50 AM) When I first heard Twilight Zone on 2112 on the part it says "NOW THE FOURTH DIMENSION IS CROSSED" when I first heard it misinterpreted it as "NOW THE F**KING MAN STUNTED HIS GROWTH!". Hahaha, yeah, I thought he was saying something about the effing MANSION. I was like, "What... the... hell????"
  2. I really, really, really loved the movie Crash. Granted, every time I watch it I can't stop bawling for a couple hours, but in the end it seems worth it. Dark, weird films... well, none exactly spring to mind that I've watched, but there are probably a couple. I don't know, um... the Virgin Suicides was rather dark, but it, to me, seemed more like dark comedy than anything. It could just be my sense of humor, though. The Hours! That has to be the WEIRDEST movie I have ever seen. I still don't quite understand it.
  3. Louise Lincoln. I've answered this on a board I previously belonged to, a couple years back, and everyone commented that it sounded more like president's wives than porn stars. I concur.
  4. Okay, now I HAVE seen the movie, haha. I loved it. So much. It actually had a plotline *gasp* which was easy to follow, even if you haven't read the books. Unlike the Harry Potter movies, which, even after reading the books... heh. They're a bit DISJOINTED. But, anyway. I was choked up the entire movie, for some odd reason. That, likely, has more to do with having a uterus than the movie, but... I digress. So good. See it. EVERYONE. MUST. SEE. THIS. MOVIE. *falls over*
  5. QUOTE (tick @ Dec 13 2005, 06:13 PM) QUOTE (Kirsten @ Dec 13 2005, 05:59 PM) QUOTE (slacker @ Dec 13 2005, 05:09 PM) i haven't seen it , DO see it,. And then you can come here and praise it . :-p Oh, yeah, you're reall funny.
  6. QUOTE (slacker @ Dec 13 2005, 05:09 PM) i haven't seen it Don't bother. Okay, actually, being objective, DO see it, and form your own opinion. And then you can come here and either praise or laugh at it with us. :-p
  7. QUOTE (Sodoff Baldrick @ Nov 24 2005, 06:42 PM) here you go, the offical R30 backside screencap: http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v390/geddyfan/Neil%20Pics/cap107.jpg That's a good look for Geddy.
  8. QUOTE (tick @ Dec 12 2005, 06:35 AM) sorry,i loved it.tom cruise was great in it,and what can i say i also liked open water. You weird person, you.... Open Water was so cheesy. But each to his own, I suppose.
  9. I enjoyed the movie, but I'm always upset that they leave all the effing GOOD parts out. But I loved the Harry/Moaning Myrtle bathtub scene. Despite the fact that I find him not at all attractive, and he's still the worst actor ever. [/mean] I bawled my eyes out, though. After Cedric died, and his dad was all, "That's my son!" Yep. Cue waterworks, in a completely non-drooling sort of manner.
  10. This movie was so overhyped that it's not even funny. I've watched it a few times, and each viewing, I was completely uninterested in what was happening. Call me crazy, but it was the most boring movie I've seen since Open Water. The special effects were cool and all, and I'm not sure exactly WHY I didn't like it, but I really didn't. There was some weird dynamic that was totally MISSING from the film. Maybe it was a decent cast. Though I do love Dakota Fanning to pieces!
  11. I feel like a little kid, haha. I'm 15. And female, if that wasn't pretty obvious.
  12. Aww, I'm so alone in this one! But I like Madrigal a lot. Blame the recent introduction to Rush. Practically anything with me can be explained with a "NEWBIE!" stamp.
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