by carl wilson

Pallettwatch, Day Whatevs


More interviews with Owen Pallett aka Final Fantasy keep cropping up online, but the must-read this week is the maddening-but-hilarious ILM thread about some people's seemingly wholly earnest shock and horror at the title He Poos Clouds (in which Owen kind of misguidedly intervenes...). This in an era when there's a show on TV in which a cartoon lump of shit can be treated as a beloved symbol of Christmas?

| Posted by zoilus on Wednesday, April 19 at 05:42 PM | Linking Posts | Comments (7)



that you ain't no picasso interview is great. and the ilm thread is quite literally unbelievably funny. i'm generally not a fan of telling people they have no sense of humor ... but they're really takin shit a little too seriously. bad pun intended.

Posted by jaime on April 27, 2006 06:06 PM



Needs more hen-fap

Posted by Aja/D PWNS ZOLIUS on April 27, 2006 05:57 PM



I loved that thread. Mostly for Melissa's comments. The person who said he/she was putting his/her Freud glasses on said it best. Melissa is a psychoanalyst's dream.

Posted by Phil on April 24, 2006 10:35 PM



He poos clouds cause he talks shit - about Sufjan mostly. Owen should stick to music and stay away from message boards.

" Way too much snarky, pretentious wankery..." Or as Carl put it. "Owen kind of misguidedly intervenes..."

Has Esthero taught him nothing?

Posted by Justin on April 21, 2006 08:15 AM



What? You two wouldn't happen to be members of Harper's cabinet, would you?

That thread is an classic of the genre.

Candid input from the object of discussion!

It just doesn't get any better than that.

Posted by Martin on April 21, 2006 06:22 AM



Seriously, "He Poos Clouds" incites that kind of reaction? Matt is right. Message board from hell.

Posted by luisa irene on April 20, 2006 07:28 PM



I knew there was a reason I didn't read that board, and this thread reminds me why. Way too much snarky, pretentious wankery...and I'm generally a fan of that stuff.

Posted by matthew on April 20, 2006 04:41 PM




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