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Nov 3, 2006

This is a little self-indulgent of me, but hey, one of those answers I clicked on was "be happy" right? hehee I'm going for it
I know there has to be others like me out there, just PRAYING for a new project from him and analyzing in great detail his other movies in the waiting
My dad and I would watch the films seperately, only so we could call each other to dissect it and share our thoughts on the subject. I actually called the fricken DONAHUE (where for art thou, Donahue?) show for trancripts of the Twin Peaks cast episode! ) Wow, I've shared just waaay too, much! hahaa
But I already loved David Lynch when Twin Peaks aired, I had seen Eraserhead and thought this guy's just too freaky not to watch this!!! To say I was sucked in (despite it's NUMEROUS night and time changes!!) HOOKED!! ( I also cheated and got the box set to watch it all completely!) I was SO pissed when Leland took his "leave" I didnt know ifI could go on.

 I hooked several friends on the Twin Peaks drug, developed a crush on Ray Wise, and kinda fell apart when the show did. Thank God for the freakshow films!

I will of course pay homage to a "TRUE" hero soon enough, but for now, I am submitting David here in hopes other fans of the show will write with their thoughts and theories of this "master's" works.
I submit for your viewing pleasure, a poem I wrote about Twin Peaks for an AOL contest. I lost to Bedrock, but hey! I hope you like! (PS* the letter above poem is from a David Lynch magzine called "Wrapped in Plastic". I laugh at the detail he thinks each movement out, it's like old school 'Lost'! haha)

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