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Old 05-06-2008, 08:15 AM   #331
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Hai guys.

Just poppin in before I go to bed in 10 or 15.

Hai liam

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Sure.

http://forum.interference.com/showth...74#post5136274

Oh by the way, nice post in the U2.com thread. All too true. Also, the site needs more flash games.
You win at the nerdism.

Thanks. It still cracks me that I, a guy who has never spoken to a member of U2, can outdo the official site for setlists and concert info and stuff. How the hell is that even possible?! It's a damning indictment of U2.com. Anybody could do what I do on U2VT.

I want a Flash game based on kneeling souls.
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Liam will probably murder me if I don't listen to Peter Gabriel IV in the next few days.

The Genesis albums I've heard are Lamb, obviously, and Selling England By The Pound, which I think is mediocre and unexceptional.
I could just murder you anyway.

PETER GABRIEL IV! SAN JACINTO!

(you'll probably hate Kiss Of Life though.)
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Hai liam

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Hai

About to go to bed

And your fine self?
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I could just murder you anyway.

PETER GABRIEL IV! SAN JACINTO!

(you'll probably hate Kiss Of Life though.)
Seriously go listen to it, Axver.
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Hai

About to go to bed

And your fine self?

still fine

miss you .......
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Seriously go listen to it, Axver.
Either that or he'll kill me for just repeating it endlessly.

I'm out guys, see ya around.
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I could just murder you anyway.

PETER GABRIEL IV! SAN JACINTO!

(you'll probably hate Kiss Of Life though.)
You could, but then I'd haunt you and piss you off.

I'll get around to it.

Have a good one.
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You win at the nerdism.

Thanks. It still cracks me that I, a guy who has never spoken to a member of U2, can outdo the official site for setlists and concert info and stuff. How the hell is that even possible?! It's a damning indictment of U2.com. Anybody could do what I do on U2VT.

I want a Flash game based on kneeling souls.
The thing is, it's true! He looks a lot like that mosaic face. And his name is Alexander. I wish I could say he rides a horse to Tafe too, wearing a cuirass and holding a lance. I'm afraid it's not the case, though.

Anybody could, yeah. Just need U2Live, the ability to talk to people that have been to concerts, the ability to attend concerts yourself, and to have basic knowledge of U2. I think U2.com lacks everything there.

Being a fan of U2 and old skool gaming, I sort of wish U2 sold out back in the late 80s or early 90s and had a series of side scrolling platformers. There's been worse ideas.
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well dudes im out , cach ya !
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For anyone following along, I have been writing a scene for Theatre for a little more than twelve hours.

It is now about two lovers at the end of the world.
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Later, Jen!
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Have a good one, Jen!
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The thing is, it's true! He looks a lot like that mosaic face. And his name is Alexander. I wish I could say he rides a horse to Tafe too, wearing a cuirass and holding a lance. I'm afraid it's not the case, though.

Anybody could, yeah. Just need U2Live, the ability to talk to people that have been to concerts, the ability to attend concerts yourself, and to have basic knowledge of U2. I think U2.com lacks everything there.

Being a fan of U2 and old skool gaming, I sort of wish U2 sold out back in the late 80s or early 90s and had a series of side scrolling platformers. There's been worse ideas.
Show him your love by buying the horse and necessary equipment so he can ride to TAFE.

It's astonishing how much content for U2VT I've gotten from Interference. The live setlist parties and stuff were invaluable. U2.com just can't seem to use their imagination. And I think the site is done by people who frankly don't care.

I'd be down with a setlist game ...
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