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Old 04-01-2008, 11:06 PM   #511
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Oooh thanks for that! I'll need some pointers. And some sonic
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You're only off by 31 years
... that makes your father older than all of my grandparents.
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This is true. Some old country is awesome:

Johnny Cash
Willie Nelson
Waylon Jennings
Hank Williams

I can close my eyes and imagine being just a kid at my grandmothers listening to all those artists on her old record player.

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It seems a lot of prog fans, myself included, are into Muse but I'd never consider them even faintly prog.

Besides Genesis, those are good bands.
Never been into Muse myself outside of a few songs. I think their more prog side comes out in a live setting, which is where they excel.

The kicker is that his favorite U2 song is A Sort Of Homecoming. Plus he dislikes Radiohead. You can't beat that.
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Cool. As an FYI, Mia and I are both faithful flossers.
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... that makes your father older than all of my grandparents.
Yep. Everyone at school just assumed he was my grandfather
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Never been into Muse myself outside of a few songs. I think their more prog side comes out in a live setting, which is where they excel.

The kicker is that his favorite U2 song is A Sort Of Homecoming. Plus he dislikes Radiohead. You can't beat that.
Muse fucking own live, but I still don't really think they manifest any serious prog stylings there. Some tendencies perhaps.

Wow, his taste rocks.
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Old 04-01-2008, 11:14 PM   #518
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Yep. Everyone at school just assumed he was my grandfather
I'm not surprised, heh. I can't believe that - you and I are about eight years apart in age, and yet your father is older than all four of my grandparents! Though my mother's parents are admittedly quite young. Nan was just about to turn 19 when she had my mother.
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Glad to know you aren't neglecting your oral health.

I never floss. I like to take chances.
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Really must take a look at that DVD thing that came with Black Holes and Revelations...
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Glad to know you aren't neglecting your oral health.

I never floss. I like to take chances.

People living on the edge like you should not have bunnies as their avatar. Its like fat guys being called tiny. it pisses off the cosmos.
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I'm not surprised, heh. I can't believe that - you and I are about eight years apart in age, and yet your father is older than all four of my grandparents! Though my mother's parents are admittedly quite young. Nan was just about to turn 19 when she had my mother.
I guess my parents were both kinda late bloomers... mum's obviously a lot younger than dad (by about 20 years), but she was still 33 when I was born. And my brother's another 6 years younger...
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People living on the edge like you should not have bunnies as their avatar. Its like fat guys being called tiny. it pisses off the cosmos.
But he's a evil tempered rodent with a mean streak a mile wide. Just like me
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I guess my parents were both kinda late bloomers... mum's obviously a lot younger than dad (by about 20 years), but she was still 33 when I was born. And my brother's another 6 years younger...
My mother's parents were the exact opposite. Nan and Grandad had their fourth and last child at age 24 and 26 respectively.

Though I think most insane is my Nan's mother, who had ELEVEN kids.
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My parents are ollllllldddd.
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