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Old 03-20-2008, 10:35 AM   #271
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The name of the actual venue is The Project Arts Centre.
OK, now someone's getting mixed up somewhere (possibly me). The Project Arts Centre is in Dublin, not Limerick, and U2 have played there multiple times. We include a listing for the Project Arts Centre on 16 March 1978, then the Harp Lager Contest in Limerick the next day.
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Here's what it sounds like after re-reading. They did the Project Arts Centre at midnight the night before, and the contest the next day.
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Here's what it sounds like after re-reading. They did the Project Arts Centre at midnight the night before, and the contest the next day.
OK. I'll go dig out my copy and see what I make of it. What page? I may not have the same pressing at you, but it'll hopefully put me in the vicinity.
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It is a great article. I'm perked up at the moment. I love to be creeped out. But it freaks me out at the same time

Have you seen the Blair Witch?....I haven't and Whats got me pondering, is what happens in that final scene?

As for the Exorcist.....I had to watch that from behind the couch
Oh I missed this one before like 20 minutes ago. No, I haven't seen Blair Witch, in fact horror movies don't interest me that much. But I love to read about real mysteries and murders. In fact I was interested in becoming a forensic scientist when I was younger. I still think it would be pretty cool.





... I just drooled at the idea of becoming a forensic scientist, what the fuck.
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OK. I'll go dig out my copy and see what I make of it. What page? I may not have the same pressing at you, but it'll hopefully put me in the vicinity.
47, towards the end of the chapter "Another Time, Another Place."

They mention the contest, then Bono mentions the midnight gig in PAC, which seems to be out of order.
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... I just drooled at the idea of becoming a forensic scientist, what the fuck.
Bonnie, I have drooled over the following:

- Every class of tram in Melbourne built before the 21st century.
- Just about every Kiwi train ever.
- Heartland snippets.
- Finding an article discussing the connection between Canterbury and Otago in the 1870s.
- Digging up primary source documents by New Zealand's suffragists.

Drooling over becoming a forensic scientist has nothing on that. Don't worry.
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They all note that studio of the CBS recordings to be Keystone Studios, not Eamon Andrews.
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Oh I missed this one before like 20 minutes ago. No, I haven't seen Blair Witch, in fact horror movies don't interest me that much. But I love to read about real mysteries and murders. In fact I was interested in becoming a forensic scientist when I was younger. I still think it would be pretty cool.





... I just drooled at the idea of becoming a forensic scientist, what the fuck.
Like Scully!!!
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The setlist is definitely from the contest, though.
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Oh I missed this one before like 20 minutes ago. No, I haven't seen Blair Witch, in fact horror movies don't interest me that much. But I love to read about real mysteries and murders. In fact I was interested in becoming a forensic scientist when I was younger. I still think it would be pretty cool.





... I just drooled at the idea of becoming a forensic scientist, what the fuck.


Well, I was never interested in the Blair Witch until about 20 minutes ago
The ending sounds....scary?

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47, towards the end of the chapter "Another Time, Another Place."

They mention the contest, then Bono mentions the midnight gig in PAC, which seems to be out of order.
Just gave it a read myself. I get what happened.

Shame the order isn't precise but I'll note that in the comments.
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Daniel: I had no interest in watching it, but that sounds pretty cool. Maybe I should borrow it sometime, but I'm very lazy when it comes to watching movies.

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Like Scully!!!
Oh yeah, that makes it even more awesome!

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