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I was just wondering how often you guys practice...?
posted by Evan Ackley on Aug 21, 2000 09:05AM

How often do we practice? Every day individually, and whenever we can together.
posted by Cody Phipps on Sep 09, 2000 01:15AM

cool, are you guys working on any new songs or anything?
Could you explain how the Phlux songwriting process goes? Are the lyrics written first, or added in after the music is written?
posted by Evan Ackley on Sep 12, 2000 09:57AM

Yes. We are always working on new songs. The PHLUX songwriting process is indefinable. Writing is a phluxion of music.
posted by Cody Phipps on Oct 02, 2000 10:58AM

DUDE!!! We make songs????
posted by StU aRt on Oct 12, 2000 04:39PM

UMMM.....
I apologize for our drummer, I think he's temporarily run out of crack... He's fading fast - I'll have to go get him another crack bib REAL soon...
posted by Cody Phipps on Oct 17, 2000 01:43PM

LOLOLOLOL.........well why the hell didn't anyone tell me!!?? I thought this was the line for tax returns man!
posted by StU aRt on Jul 03, 2001 04:07PM

As of late we've been trying to keep a schedule of practicing as a band on tuesdays and thursday nights and then we also try to hang out as much as we can on the weekends that we can. Then of course even though a gig is a show and its important.....its still all practice to me.
posted by StU aRt on Jul 03, 2001 04:08PM

"EXPRESSIONS REVERSE"

Perfect makes practice???
No wait.
I'm all drugged up on fucks.
Hold it.
When the going gets gone, the tough get tougher???
NO!!!
Walk stickly and carry a big soft.
ummmm.....

posted by Cody Phipps on Aug 29, 2001 02:56AM

WHAT IN THE SAM HEEEELL WAS THAT ALL ABOUT SARGEANT???? YOU BETTER DROP AND GIMME TWENTY FOR THAT LINE OF RUBBISH!
posted by StU aRt on Aug 29, 2001 10:27AM

Isn't "rubbish" a british word? I have never heard of a drill seargent using the word "rubbish." "Hell" yes. "Rubbish" no. "Rubbish" sounds kinda like "raddish." I think it's actually prohibited in the army handbook of words you cannot say. It's right up there with "doilie" or "chantilly lace." Maybe the redcoats say that, I don't know. "Rubbish" could be perfectly normal to say in an aggressive and masculine manner in the british royal air reserves or the british infantry, but only an american drill seargent named "Fee-fee Williams The Third" would use the word "rubbish." "Rubbish" is far too refined for that application. "Crap" would be OK. "Shit" would be OK. Even "Garbage" or "Trash" would be OK in a pinch. But "Rubbish" will land you in the brig for a few days to think about your choice of vocabulary and mode of self expression....

heh heh.

posted by Clint Phipps on Sep 02, 2001 11:29AM