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Old 07-11-2008, 10:45 PM   #706
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I'm doing my darndest to avoid spoilers for the X-Files movie. My friends on LiveJournal seem to be talking about nothing BUT the spoilers.

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Okay, I'm a lightweight. Two shots and I'm too wasted to stand up.
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It always seems when the weather dudes and dudettes make a big fuss about a storm, we wind up getting nothing.

It's when they start saying that there's a 'weak' cold front coming in. That's when you usually get slammed.
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It always seems when the weather dudes and dudettes make a big fuss about a storm, we wind up getting nothing.

It's when they start saying that there's a 'weak' cold front coming in. That's when you usually get slammed.
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Okay, I'm a lightweight. Two shots and I'm too wasted to stand up.
And how many typos did you have to correct in that post before you posted it?
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It always seems when the weather dudes and dudettes make a big fuss about a storm, we wind up getting nothing.

It's when they start saying that there's a 'weak' cold front coming in. That's when you usually get slammed.
Weather forecasting: the only job where you're paid to be wrong 98% of the time.
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"Who buys U2 records anyway? It's just music for plumbers and bricklayers. Bono, what a slob. You'd think with all that climbing about he does, he'd look real fit and that. But he's real fat, y'know. Reminds me of a soddin' mountain goat."
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Old 07-11-2008, 10:49 PM   #712
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It's funny, the more I've listened to DSOTM, the more it's actually grown on me. I was very underwhelmed by it initially compared to WYWH and Animals and such. But yeah, I can see what you mean, for sure.

I've a set of The Man And The Journey too - is the one you got from somewhere in the Netherlands? I admittedly haven't played the bootleg in a good couple of years, but it's certainly a fascinating thing. Even if it didn't always work out, PF were stunningly creative around that time and certainly pushed some limits.
I suppose Dark Side was a poor example. The Wall would be considerably more apt. I only play that one a couple times a year.

Yes, it was Amsterdam. Great sound quality, outside of the occasional tape wah. When I first saw the set, my eyes must have been wide as saucers because I didn't recognize the titles. Upon closer inspection, I was sad to find out that "fuuuuuck, these are the same songs with different titles".
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Old 07-11-2008, 10:50 PM   #713
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And how many typos did you have to correct in that post before you posted it?
None, actually. I become a vrilliant typist when I'm drunk.
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Ok, so I'll take a rain jacket, a scarf, a hat, and because it's Auckland sunglasses and sunscreen.
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None, actually. I become a vrilliant typist when I'm drunk.
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None, actually. I become a vrilliant typist when I'm drunk.
Damn straight.
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I am totally knackered. We had co-ed ball hockey tonight and has some young whippersnappers in.. literally running circles around us. Ah to be 18 again
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Damn straight.
I can't stop laughing. I can't feel my tongue either.
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I suppose Dark Side was a poor example. The Wall would be considerably more apt. I only play that one a couple times a year.

Yes, it was Amsterdam. Great sound quality, outside of the occasional tape wah. When I first saw the set, my eyes must have been wide as saucers because I didn't recognize the titles. Upon closer inspection, I was sad to find out that "fuuuuuck, these are the same songs with different titles".
I've never been able to listen to all of The Wall in one sitting. I've tried. But by halfway through the second disc, I just give up.

Hah! When I got the bootleg, it at least had the songs labelled so that I knew what the deal was. And at the time I really badly wanted to hear a live Cymbaline.
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