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Old 08-05-2008, 06:46 AM   #241
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To be fair, Boston has its good side.
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I discovered today that the library catalogue computers at uni can access Interference.
Ours can as well, though because I'm certain I'm the only U2 fan in the school, I think I am entirely responsible for getting it blocked

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On a Greyhound bus in Canada, some guy randomly murdered a bloke who was sleeping and then decapitated him.

And as far as MX goes, you read that about as much as you "read" a colouring-in book ...
Holy shit!! I hate hearing about that.

And yes, there's not a great deal of substance to MX, but it's something to flick through on the way home. Coming home from wog school on monday nights we love to read the "Here's looking at you" section, where creepy, desperate singles send in a text along the lines of "To the hot sexy babe who caught the 8:15 to Lilydale, you set my pulses racing. Coffee?" They're hilarious.

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I'm highly considering it.
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Most of a bottle of mint schnapps and helped my bro drink the bottle of Irish Cream he had.
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Old 08-05-2008, 06:48 AM   #243
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To be fair, Boston has its good side.
Ah, right. Well it's worth maybe one trip but that's it.
Though this is my opinion, coming from someone who lives here!
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Yeah being idle is horrible. Whereabouts do you work again?

Going to the UK?
In the city, in the billing team of an electrcity/gas distribution company. Except we're outsourced to another company... *argh*

Got a pay rise backdated to May, though!


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I think it's a "nice place to visit, wouldn't want to live there" kind of thing. I rather enjoyed my time there last year, but I was with friends and they could show me around and stuff. Didn't get mugged once.
I had a fairly uncomfortable encounter with a homeless guy in Boston ... but then again, the worst incident I've experienced of being hassled on the street was by some wasted guy here, in St Kilda. Broad daylight, end of the 112 tram on Fitzroy Street.
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Doooo it
I want to.
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Well guys, it is getting light out (and still storming.), I think I should go sleep this off!
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Ours can as well, though because I'm certain I'm the only U2 fan in the school, I think I am entirely responsible for getting it blocked
Pretty sure I did the same thing in that glorious two weeks when IT moved our internet servers around and we had full access... they started by manually blocking all the sites people started visiting, I guess, before the automatic block-everything machine started working again.
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Holy shit!! I hate hearing about that.

And yes, there's not a great deal of substance to MX, but it's something to flick through on the way home. Coming home from wog school on monday nights we love to read the "Here's looking at you" section, where creepy, desperate singles send in a text along the lines of "To the hot sexy babe who caught the 8:15 to Lilydale, you set my pulses racing. Coffee?" They're hilarious.
Haha, Interference got blocked at my high school too! Oddly enough, though, elevation-tour.com was never blocked, even though I used the two just as much (this being the days before Matthias recruited me to work on what's now U2gigs.com).

Yeah, about the only thing MX is good for is laughing at it.
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I think I have one of the videos, as well as the video of The Olden Days... Cracks me up. I wanna get those out and watch them when I go up to visit my parents on the weekend....

Used to watch the Late Show when I was in my last couple of years at school, I think. I didn't feel safe mentioning it a few days ago, but that spoof they did of Billy Ray Cyrus...

Rob Sitch doing Desmond Tutu... Or Bill Clinton...

The Panel is ten kinds of lame in comparison.



I think it's a "nice place to visit, wouldn't want to live there" kind of thing. I rather enjoyed my time there last year, but I was with friends and they could show me around and stuff. Didn't get mugged once.
It's such an awesome show. Next time we meet I'll bring a burnt copy of the DVD I have, over six hours of footage (and then commentary ) containing some truly hilarious work.

My favourite things include the Mr. Whippy Grands Prix, Dinner Parties, Rob Sitch as Yasser Arafat/Desmond Tutu/F.W. De Clerk... shitscared!!! Too many too mention.

Sounds not too bad. I will go one day, but I want to see Europe first.

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but we did have microfilm things if you were interested in bugs and stuff
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Have a good one, Serena!
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"That's it. This interview is over. I don't want to talk to any of you. Except for Jane, she's a very beautiful women and I would make love to her like a tiger, like a tiiiiger..."

and he did. . . .. and now they have babies
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