'Almost Famous' Captions A Night With L.A.'s White Arrows

by Emily Green · September 1, 2010

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Monday night, the L.A.-based band White Arrows played a show at Spaceland and invited all of their friends and fans back to the guitarist's house to party and celebrate.  A glance at the night's photos and our minds immediately went to Almost Famous, the part where the band parties with the high school locals of Topeka at Aaron's after playing a show in their hometown. Granted, no one was jumping off the roof into the pool at the White Arrows' party, but the post-show house party setting in Silver Lake, abundance of long, scraggly hair and rock 'n roll/hippie child looks did resonate with the film. Such an instance of life imitating art can be fun to embrace, so we give a story of the night through Almost Famous quotes...

"I am a golden god!"

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"And you can tell Rolling Stone magazine that my last words were... I'm on drugs!"

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"Where do you get sweet? I am dark and mysterious, and *pissed off*! And I could be very dangerous to all of you! You should know that about me... I am *the enemy*!"

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"Can you believe these new girls? None of them use birth control and they eat all the steak!"

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"A Mo-Jo, it's a very high-tech machine that transmits pages over the telephone! It only takes eighteen minutes a page!"

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"Rock stars have kidnapped my son!"

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"I hurt the flower."

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"And he respects women, and he likes women, and let's just pause and appreciate a man like that. I mean, you created him out of thin air, and you raised him right, he's having a great time, he's doing a good job, and don't worry - he's still a virgin."

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"It's not too late for you to become a person of substance"

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"I'm on drugs!"

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"Let's deflower the kid."

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"Yeah, come back here! I'm incendiary, too, man!"

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"Please don't give him any more acid."

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"Can we just skip the vibe, and go straight to us laughing about this?"

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"Forgive me father, for I may sin tonight."

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"Does anybody remember laughter?"

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"Your looks have become a problem!"