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|Perhaps the best way of approaching the problem is to return to the |
comparatively tangible problems discussed in the first ... Anderson's song
Language Is a Virus, "paradise is exactly like where you are right now, only much
, much better.
|Wise Words Paradise is exactly like where you are right now, only much, much |
better. —William Seward Burroughs, author Imagine all people living in peace
and harmony. Imagine a world of love. Imagine a world that is safe, loving, ...
|Paradise is exactly like where you are right now . . . only much, much better. |
Laurie Anderson Nowadays, one of the most exciting social, as well as romantic,
sites to visit is cyberspace. At any moment, millions of people across the globe
|—Milton, Paradise Lost, Book XII Paradise Is exactly like Where you are right now |
Only much much Better. —Laurie Anderson History, according to the heartfelt
judgment of a young scholar in Alan Bennet's marvelous play, The History Boys,
|Paradise is exactly like where you are right now... only much, much better ~ |
Laurie Anderson Olivier arrived in the middle of October, two months after my
return. Part of me resented that I did all the work of finding an apartment,
|Chuang Tzu • Paradise is exactly like where you are right now . . . only much, |
much better. — Laurie Anderson Saying • God is in all of us. Joke • Fraying is like
a rocking chair — it'll give you something to do, but it won't get you anywhere.
|PARADISE IS EXACTLY LIKE WHERE YOU ARE RIGHT NOW ONLY MUCH |
MUCH BETTER. "LANGUAGE IS A VIRUS" IS PRODUCED BY NILE RODGERS.
"LANGUAGE IS A VIRUS" IS A VIDEO ON MTV. I WANTED YOU AND I WAS ...
|In this respect she shares much with other reform novelists of the era, particularly |
those writing about slavery, such as the ... from the contemporary artist Laurie
Anderson, "paradise is exactly like where you are right now - only much better."
|A 1990s Update: Trends Since 1985 Paradise is exactly like where you are right |
now, only much, much better. — Laurie Anderson It is in you, my mind, that I
measure time. ... As things pass by, they leave an impression on you. ... It is this ...
|Also in 1986, the performance artist Laurie Anderson turns William Burroughs's |
original insight mainstream: Paradise Is exactly like Where you are right now
Only much much Better. I saw this guy on the train And he seemed to have gotten