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Sociology and Twin Peaks

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Published on Aug 31, 2012

The other day I talked to a camera for 15 minutes and said a few funny things and I basically could have made a whole fuggin' Laura Cato Comedy Hour but instead I made this video and I didn't want to make it too long so it doesn't really have any direction or logical transitions which is JUST THE WAY I LIKE IT.

I realize that from the title, this could look like a video which explores the deep sociological meaning within the 1990 television show Twin Peaks, but it is not. It is just some keywords from the video. And I chose the name because it makes it sound like a thing that it is not and that is funny to me.

As far as I know, Bob never appears in a shower (I've only watched through season 2, episode 10 though. So NO SPOILERS). The reason I associate horrific, terrifying things with shower curtains, though, is because I watched The Shining when I was less than 5 years old and that is a different story altogether.

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