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Old 05-26-2005, 08:45 AM   #16
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I took out a student loan to help pay for the fall Chicago concerts. I used my dad's credit to co-sign, but my dad travels on business and is only home a few days of each month, so I needed a signature. I had a friend/co-worker of mine forge my dad's sig. I'm also trying to get this other guy I work with to buy my extra GA tickets and take his daughter to a concert.
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Old 05-26-2005, 11:42 AM   #17
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We have a new guy at work & he had his CD case with him. Guess what--he has every U2 CD just like me. He's even been to Dublin but didn't get to meet the band while he was there. (Only one bad thing--I can't gush over Bono to him) But hey he's a fan. I told my boss about my new friend, he just rolled his eyes.
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don't worry about it - I'm plotting "Chrissi's excellent fall leg adventure" right now

It's my opinion that there needs to be a u2 commune somewhere - say Dublin with a vacation home on the south of France The PLEBAn house would be rockin'
there no one would think it was crazy to buy tickets to u2 shows in 4 different cities....at least
a PLEBAn house that would be fab
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Old 05-26-2005, 02:40 PM   #19
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Hey; I'm planning a road trip or two myself to see them; that's part of being a REAL fan (a seven hour drive one way isn't too far for U2!)
WOW a seven hour drive my flight to chicago would be like 14 hours (i'd have to get the cheap one with a stopover in dublin -waht a shame )

Russty Cat good on ya for all your travelling, ur not a freak, its something you love and its your money not your parents you can do what ya want with it

Liveluvandbootlegmusic, i like you thinkin, better than throwin it away on beer like most students i might be going to uni part-time in the autumn, if i get a student loan, i might use it to go more shows like you

daygloeyes - next tour you'll be that bit older and you can go as many shows as you want/can afford

bonos doll thats so cool, wish i hada a mad U2 fan @ my work

hippy-good luck with you planning and plottin more concerts

Moonlit_angel -i knew everyone here would understand

sorry bout the essay reply just wanted to reply to everyone
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I work at a senior center and one of the seniors actually was very understanding about all this traveling . She was like, "Why not? Enjoy yourself."

Plus, it's been a lot of fun going to Seattle and San Diego. I probably would have never travelled to those cities if it wasn't for U2, but I really enjoyed both places besides the concerts . It's too bad I won't have time to explore Boston.
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I work at a senior center and one of the seniors actually was very understanding about all this traveling . She was like, "Why not? Enjoy yourself."

Plus, it's been a lot of fun going to Seattle and San Diego. I probably would have never travelled to those cities if it wasn't for U2, but I really enjoyed both places besides the concerts . It's too bad I won't have time to explore Boston.
With the horrible weather, it's not the best week to go exploring here in Boston anyways.
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Old 05-26-2005, 03:03 PM   #22
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With the horrible weather, it's not the best week to go exploring here in Boston anyways.
Good point (I heard it was 45 degrees and raining earlier in the week How's it look for Saturday? )
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Good point (I heard it was 45 degrees and raining earlier in the week How's it look for Saturday? )
This is the forecast according to Boston.com

Saturday: Partial sunshine returns! At least for Central and Southern New England - northern areas may stay mostly cloudy. There will be a threat of a scattered shower or thundershower toward evening and Saturday night. Highs in the upper 60's, a bit cooler north.
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I'll try to bring more sun from Florida
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Please do. Today wasn't much better.
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One part of going to all the new places is definetly seeing the great sites. I've got tons of love for Seattle, Portland, and San Fran thanks to seeing different bands there. Seattle is an amazing town for live music and the day I was there a few years ago it was so beautiful and crystal clear. The locals said that it was so rare for the weather to be like that.

I'm hoping to get to Boston, Chicago, and New York one day for some shows.
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I'm hoping to get to Boston, Chicago, and New York one day for some shows.
hope u get to those cities russty

i'm looking forward to seeing chicago, have never been out of europe

YES I AM GOING, don't care how mad other people think i am
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