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Old 03-15-2008, 08:48 PM   #61
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Similar to me. Ugh, and I'll have to get dressed and go soon; I hope I get this done! Not even sure which tram I need ...
Doesn't this mythical 55 tram go everywhere??

Ack, I thought I had Melissa's number but I don't... email it to me?
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i'm currently debating calling another guy later tonight, booty call style, cause the guy hasn't texted back.

also, it was rude for him not to text back. boo.

Yes. It was rude of him not to text back. Re: calling another guy. remember that website you posted earlier? Learn it, love it, live it.
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I must say I am very excited about the U2 remasters. I have really enjoyed Rise Up, Desert Of Our Love and Wave of Sorrow. I can't wait to see what we get from October and War. I'm on a Boy through TUF U2 kick. Anyone with me?
I'm always on a Boy through UF kick.
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That photo was taken in New Zealand in July last year, i.e. midwinter. I was in the country for nine days and that was one of only two days when the sun actually came out!
Ah, so I was fooled by the sunlight. Damn sun.
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Doesn't this mythical 55 tram go everywhere??

Ack, I thought I had Melissa's number but I don't... email it to me?
No, I mean which time. I'm guessing the 12:18pm.

Which, shit, doesn't give me much time. I better go, folks. Ali, I'll text you the number if I don't have time to e-mail you before I go.
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Boy - UF is certainly better than Zooropa - HutDub.
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I must say I am very excited about the U2 remasters. I have really enjoyed Rise Up, Desert Of Our Love and Wave of Sorrow. I can't wait to see what we get from October and War. I'm on a Boy through TUF U2 kick. Anyone with me?
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I'm really into Boy, October and War right now.
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I must say I am very excited about the U2 remasters. I have really enjoyed Rise Up, Desert Of Our Love and Wave of Sorrow. I can't wait to see what we get from October and War. I'm on a Boy through TUF U2 kick. Anyone with me?
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I must say I am very excited about the U2 remasters. I have really enjoyed Rise Up, Desert Of Our Love and Wave of Sorrow. I can't wait to see what we get from October and War. I'm on a Boy through TUF U2 kick. Anyone with me?
I've been on more of a Pop/Zoo kick lately, but it's probably about time I visited the older stuff again. I always seem to want to listen to Boy after I've had Pop on for a while, for some reason.

I love Rise Up That bass surprised the crap outta me! I wondered if they had a guest bassist in ... I love getting surprises like that.
Wave of Sorrow I'm not sold on...
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yup
You remember when Rattle & Hum made complete sense to you that's how I feel about October right now. It is simply beautiful.
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Yes. It was rude of him not to text back. Re: calling another guy. remember that website you posted earlier? Learn it, love it, live it.
but i don't have a thigh master.
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I love Rise Up That bass surprised the crap outta me! I wondered if they had a guest bassist in ... I love getting surprises like that.
Wave of Sorrow I'm not sold on...
Rise Up is great. It was strong enough to make the album. It makes for great driving music.
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I've been on more of a Pop/Zoo kick lately, but it's probably about time I visited the older stuff again. I always seem to want to listen to Boy after I've had Pop on for a while, for some reason.

I love Rise Up That bass surprised the crap outta me! I wondered if they had a guest bassist in ... I love getting surprises like that.
Wave of Sorrow I'm not sold on...
I think I like rise up and desert of our love better than wave of sorrow.

when i'm watching a movie wtih my computer by my bed like this i get too lazy for the shift key.
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My personal opinions on U2 albums:

Great albums:
Joshua Tree
Unforgettable Fire
Boy

Good albums:
War
October

Underachievements:
Rattle and Hum
Achtung Baby
Pop

Meh Albums:
Zooropa
ATYCLB
HTDAAB
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