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Old 03-09-2008, 07:09 PM   #46
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I want to know who my stalker is.
fine, it's me

jaaaaaaaaay kaaaaaaaay!!

btw guys, if dr. dre can't send you guys the filez before his mom gets in, i can send them to you when i get home tonight. i'm fairly confident that i have all the b-sides, demos, as well as the m$h and captive soundtracks.
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I don't have Captive




Here i am in the library pretending to study....
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There are some good remixes. The Extended Dance Mix of LWTSH is the definitive version of the song. The Junk Day and Bitter Kiss versions of Dirty Day are both worthwhile. I also like the Skysplitter Dub of I'm Not Your Baby.

GO BUY PASSENGERS. NOW.
i am missing a lot of remixes. i have a difinitive list of what i am missing somewhere but i cansay for sure i don't have dirty day bitter kiss or skyslitter dub inyb.
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Khan if you're sending all of MDH I only have tracks 1,2,3,5,7,12 but I think those are all the u2 tracks. I'd sort of like the whole thing, but I can live without it.

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Khan if you're sending all of MDH I only have tracks 1,2,3,5,7,12 but I think those are all the u2 tracks. I'd sort of like the whole thing, but I can live without it.

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sure i think all i have ripped are the U2ey tracks, and the cd is somewhere in a huge box because a plan to organise my physical cds went horribly astray.
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btw guys, if dr. dre can't send you guys the filez before his mom gets in, i can send them to you when i get home tonight. i'm fairly confident that i have all the b-sides, demos, as well as the m$h and captive soundtracks.
What we're doing at the moment is sending everything as e-mail attachments, because that's about all PFan's Dark Ages computer can actually successfully download. So I send an e-mail out with about two songs, just enough to not get rejected by webmail size limitations.
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I'd feel guilty about screwing around with people working around me, if...you know, i gave a shit.
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What we're doing at the moment is sending everything as e-mail attachments, because that's about all PFan's Dark Ages computer can actually successfully download. So I send an e-mail out with about two songs, just enough to not get rejected by webmail size limitations.
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I'd feel guilty about screwing around with people working around me, if...you know, i gave a shit.
well there's always the risk of being accused of sexual harassment
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Unfortunately, I don't have an Amazon account because I don't have a credit card, so it'll be a matter of convincing my parents to allow me the purchase.
I just used my mother's card, as I was ... 16 at the time, I think. I just said "hey Mum, buying U2 stuff online because it's cheaper to order it from the US than find it here" and she said "that's cool".

A week later, $70 worth of U2 stuff showed up on my door. I would've paid about $100-120 to buy it in Australia.
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well there's always the risk of being accused of sexual harassment
I hadn't thought of that.

I'd better open up a reading to look like i care...
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OK, I'm about to send Dirty Day (Bitter Kiss) and I'm Not Your Baby (Skysplitter Dub) to PFan and Vazza. Who else wants them? Be quick now.
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I just used my mother's card, as I was ... 16 at the time, I think. I just said "hey Mum, buying U2 stuff online because it's cheaper to order it from the US than find it here" and she said "that's cool".
when i was a teen, i used cdnow (which i think has merged with amazon) because they accepted money orders. this may, i'll have had an ebay account for ten years

awww yeah, i was an independent woman.
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Ian and LM need to hurry up and let me know if they need the two tracks I just mentioned.
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