Mónica de la Torre: Songs that Changed Your Life

Fall '05 TOC

2/23/04 When it comes to self-consciousness, the lens is unforgiving.

Songs That Changed Your Life

Overslept, missed class, I'm the teacher. Dear students.

"Shoot today, shoot tomorrow. We're not having pastries tonight."

Thanks airheads, you gave me food for thought.

Death of a disco dancer.

A man in a tutu crouches in the middle of the street. It's snowing. A woman points a camera at him.

Kill Bill is no film by a woman.

I would wish you an unhappy birthday, because you're evil and you lied, but it's Presidents Day, and the post office is closed.

The Smiths make macho Latinos weep.

Typical me, I started something, and now I'm not so sure.

It is Winter: Always unusual (see Summer.) Blame everything on the Weather: eternal topic of conversation. Always complain of the weather.

This exposing of oneself.

Universal cause of ailments.

If you think peace is a common goal, that goes to show how little you know.

Mediocrity does not preclude sycophants.

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