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Old 03-04-2008, 04:55 AM   #856
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Hey Danny! ... eeek, dental work

I got off pretty lightly... had a plate for most of year 7, I think...
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Old 03-04-2008, 04:55 AM   #857
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He's due in After Australia loose all Hopes!
Daniel, that was even worse than my "WIN for the lose" comment. Well done.
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Death metal, I'm sorry, is horrible, horrible music.

Sorry, I shouldn't call it music.

I will listen to pretty much everything except bubblegum pop and death metal. The two extremes.
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ax, PT is pretty listenable
Awesome!

This PT promotion is bringing back memories of when I tried to get everyone who'd listen into U2.
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Well, I admit I wasn't too sure. I mean, I know you listen to Tool and whatnot, but my perception of heavy is a bit off. What most people here would consider heavy, I wouldn't. I remember a time when I thought The Fly was pretty hard rockin'. Now I'll listen to some death metal and think "this isn't that heavy, really". So I just don't trust myself to know what's heavy and what's not!
Well, I'm sure there are things in your CD collection that I would consider too heavy, but I like a lot of songs that are heavier than anything U2's done, I think...

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watching too many TAC ads perchance??
UGH I HATE THAT. WAY TO RUIN PICTURES OF YOU.

For the record, Plainsong and Untitled are the places to be on Disintegration.
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Death metal, I'm sorry, is horrible, horrible music.

Sorry, I shouldn't call it music.

I will listen to pretty much everything except bubblegum pop and death metal. The two extremes.

some death metal can be really beautiful . not much of it but there are some gems out there.
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goth you young whippersnapper. it came after punk and long before those little EMOMUTHERFUCKERS.

blink-182 ft. robert smith meant i never cared much aobut them


who are pt?
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Daniel, that was even worse than my "WIN for the lose" comment. Well done.
Thank you.

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Death metal, I'm sorry, is horrible, horrible music.

Sorry, I shouldn't call it music.

I will listen to pretty much everything except bubblegum pop and death metal. The two extremes.

so you won't come to my house if I play the Sugababes and that weird clown band that throw up all over each other.
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These Indian's are appealing for boundary's!
gotta love it. so much love, so little time
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There's only a preview on the website so I guess not...

Not a huuuge ODI fan. Always prefer test matches. That's were the real stories come from.
I go through moods really. Sometimes I'd rather a Test, sometimes an ODI. Right now I'm in ODI mode.
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Awesome!

This PT promotion is bringing back memories of when I tried to get everyone who'd listen into U2.

they remind me of a couple of 90's bands i cant quite pin down who ....



stone temple pilots, alice in chains ? elements of a few things in there. i likes.
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some death metal can be really beautiful . not much of it but there are some gems out there.
its just not to me.

i will never find that playing beautiful in any way shape or form.

slipknot is the maximum boundary that i would even go near.
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