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Old 07-08-2008, 06:56 AM   #76
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me either. there's very few i like. and even those have songs on it i don't like.

i'd try counting how many i have but i'm too lazy...i'd say less than 10.
I honestly don't think I have ANY. My mother has a few. Generally if I like a song and know it's on a soundtrack, though, I'll track down the artist and get their albums.
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Mondays and Wednesdays this semester, I will HAVE to go to bed at midnight. I'll have 10am lectures the next day, meaning I'll need to get a 9:25 tram, in turn meaning I'll want to be up at 8-8:30am so I don't need to rush and can at least pop into Interference and LJ briefly.
ooh, you go online in the morning? man, i sleep as late as possible so i have just enough time for shower, food, and commute.
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I honestly don't think I have ANY. My mother has a few. Generally if I like a song and know it's on a soundtrack, though, I'll track down the artist and get their albums.
but sometimes the song isn't on an album
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ooh, more embarrassment: vh1 had a show on in the 90s called legends. or something. i dunno. it was a biography kinda thing, but not behind the music. anyway, the U2 show was premiering on a weekend night, and i told my best friend i couldn't go out because i wanted to watch the show. she teeeeeeased me about it!

i did the same thing when a year in pop premiered i was the only one who watched it!

and i agree. like you said, repetitiveness isn't a good thing.
It's called a video recorder! I must admit, I can't imagine you being sooo into U2 like that. Then again, I know my 2004 posts are a bit of a mindfuck to people too.

And haha, it's sad how rejected A Year In Pop was.
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but sometimes the song isn't on an album
MP3 downloading.
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Although I can probably gain it back on Wednesday and Thursday/
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ooh, you go online in the morning? man, i sleep as late as possible so i have just enough time for shower, food, and commute.
I feel weird if I don't pop in and see what's happening. But I don't shower in the morning - I prefer evening showers. So I make breakfast and eat it while checking the Internet.
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Oh God, I absolutely love soundtracks, or should I say scores with a few soundtracky songs

Oh Em Gee, there was a drink at the gas station that advertised that it tasted exactly like an orange float. I was skeptical. Holy Crap, it tastes EXACTLY like an orange float.

And, I remeber at about 12 I was gonna get off the computer and go read....6 hours later...

AAAAAANNND. I know that a lot of people didn't like that the Killers randomly changed sounds between their first and second album, but I mean, change is good people. You gotta let branching out occur. I wish U2 would realize they don't have to be "The biggest band in the world" where did that fucking mentality even come from anyways. I feel like it's from the moment I heard that phrase dropped, U2 changed. And I do blame it all on flipping Larry and McGuine$$. Why don't they WANT to do something crazy and unexpected? Do tehy really need the money? Really?
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I shudder to think what the early nights next semester will do to my postcount.

Although I can probably gain it back on Wednesday and Thursday/
You've been slacking off lately and you've been on holidays.

And look at that, I'm only a few posts off 55,000.
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It's called a video recorder! I must admit, I can't imagine you being sooo into U2 like that. Then again, I know my 2004 posts are a bit of a mindfuck to people too.

And haha, it's sad how rejected A Year In Pop was.
oh, i taped it too! then the sweetest thing came out but i still have both versions of that single oh believe me, i was! i'd go to record stores and track down every version of their pop singles, etc.

hehe, i know! i didn't think it was that bad. but i was also 13 when it aired, and i haven't watched it since...i was 14!
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MP3 downloading.
how do you think i got this soundtrack

i think i own one, maybe two soundtracks legally on cd. another one is on tape. i think that's all.
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I feel weird if I don't pop in and see what's happening. But I don't shower in the morning - I prefer evening showers. So I make breakfast and eat it while checking the Internet.
ahh and i prefer morning showers. it wakes me up i used to take evening ones and then on days i'd wash my hair it'd dry while i slept and look weird. for someone who doesn't style it, it's an annoyance
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You've been slacking off lately and you've been on holidays.

And look at that, I'm only a few posts off 55,000.
I've spent the last two days cleaning the kitchen from top to bottom. What a fucking nightmare. If anyone dares to cook in there again, I'll murder them.

And I've only had normal speed internets back for today.
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