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I miss Bjork's old website. There was a huge list of subjects and when you clicked on them, you could read quotes of her on that subject. I remember one about how people see some professions as not creative, she disagreeing giving an example when you do taxidriving a certain way, there's not much difference to creating art. When being 16 and listening to Bjork in my room was like listening to a different world, it felt weird, like tasting perfume. Like something I had to keep for myself.

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