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ElfTrance. High Bandwidth Elf Goodness.
posted by homunculus (10 comments total) 1 user marked this as a favorite

 
goodness is a highly subjective term.
posted by Hackworth at 8:25 PM on March 20, 2003


[this is ... I don't know what (NICE SIMILE!)]
posted by WolfDaddy at 8:29 PM on March 20, 2003


Less war, more monkey!
posted by homunculus at 8:31 PM on March 20, 2003


umm...
err...
ok...
posted by Trik at 8:39 PM on March 20, 2003


Consider my paradigm shifted! And in the most radical and totally extreme fashion! Did I mention it was totally in my face? Always recycle!!
posted by sklero at 9:31 PM on March 20, 2003


[ this is fun! ]

If monkeys, elves and aliens coming together to celebrate higher planes of conciousness does not appeal to you, obviously you are dead inside ":P"
posted by elphTeq at 9:47 PM on March 20, 2003


Wow.... Somebody spent an enormous ammount of time on this. If I hadn't just got home from the bar, I would probably not say this, but I think they should broadcast the whole fucking thing on Comedy Central.
posted by password at 12:17 AM on March 21, 2003


McKenna inspired elf-help pages with dog homage action, nice.
The world of goa-trance is rich with this sort of web design.
posted by asok at 2:56 AM on March 21, 2003


Initially, I thought it was a sly attempt by homunculus to get people listening to psychedelic trance (or goa trance) music, but it didn't take long until some ultra-cheesy prog trance dispelled me of that notion! I quickly switched the stereo back to one of my local public radio stations, Triple RRR, which just happens to be in the midst of a psy trance show right now. You can check out an RA stream right here.
posted by Onanist at 5:42 AM on March 21, 2003


I thought it was a sly attempt by homunculus to get people listening to psychedelic trance (or goa trance) music

Nah, there's nothing sly about my motives. I just like dancing monkeys. Thanks for the goa trance links.
posted by homunculus at 1:32 PM on March 21, 2003


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