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Old 02-08-2006, 11:41 PM   #301
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I have one more thing to say. This total domination of the Grammy's is just a huge "in your face" to all the negative people that criticize negatively or put down U2 or any of its band members for whatever reason. This proves that they are still relevant to the music industry and the world in a big way. Even though they can't please everyone all the time, the Grammy's is a classy organization in my eyes for showing appreciation to U2.
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HTDAAB was not U2's best, but still better than the rest of that garbage. Way to go boys. BTW, the grammys suck ass. Lets cut off Larry and then cut off what we cut off Larry to get to. Sinatra all over again.
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I think they got this one back for losing to "Oh Brother Where Art Thou?"
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Old 02-08-2006, 11:43 PM   #304
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That's Daniel Lanois, 1/2 of the Eno/Lanois producing team behind UF, JT, AB, and ATYCLB.
so he/she doesn't know what daniel lanois looks like... why is that a big deal?

if brian eno walked by, i couldn't pick him out. who cares?
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that was the best Grammys ever!!!! in my opinion anyways
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Old 02-08-2006, 11:43 PM   #306
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I have one more thing to say. This total domination of the Grammy's is just a huge "in your face" to all the negative people that criticize negatively or put down U2 or any of its band members for whatever reason.
Uh, no. Considering how many people already think the Grammy's are a joke, I doubt the awards they give out will influence anyone but a few teenyboppers who'll think "OMG IT WUN I SHOOD BYE IT!!!11!!!11"
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"Who buys U2 records anyway? It's just music for plumbers and bricklayers. Bono, what a slob. You'd think with all that climbing about he does, he'd look real fit and that. But he's real fat, y'know. Reminds me of a soddin' mountain goat."
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Old 02-08-2006, 11:43 PM   #307
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do people seem to think that just because someone makes a grammar mistake
Yes. Yes I do.

Especially after repeating the mistake 1500 times, even after the offering of advice.

I was just messing around, but now it's getting embarrassing. It's on the verge of being less funny than painful to watch unravel and spiral into the pits of chaos. Probably time for me to hit the "Exit."
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What is with Mary J Blige's Heidi hair...

I do love the "Worlds Loudest Folk Band" though.
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Old 02-08-2006, 11:44 PM   #309
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so he/she doesn't know what daniel lanois looks like... why is that a big deal?

if brian eno walked by, i couldn't pick him out. who cares?
Only because you'd be blinded by the light reflecting off his bald spot.
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My God. Did you all sleep through English class?

YOUR is possessive, as in YOUR MUSIC or YOUR CLOTHES.

YOU'RE is the contraction for YOU ARE, as in IF YOU ARE ACTUALLY A U2 FAN.
Sorry, I guess all YOUR 4,000 post are without a single mistake.
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Goodnight everyone, its been fun and exciting.....going to bed, I think I am going to have nightmares about Nicole Kidmans face.
WTF.
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do people seem to think that just because someone makes a grammar mistake, that that gives everyone a right to make fun of them?
When it's a silly mistake that you should know not to make by halfway through primary school, yes. Mock away.
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there's a story about an "undercover cat" on CBS here in NY...

it's more entertaining and logical than half hte posts in this thread.
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Sorry, I guess all YOUR 4,000 post are without a single mistake.
Well, not that particular mistake anyway. There are other mistakes though
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It is recognition for hard work. U2 doesn't really need the Grammy's to help them sell albums.
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