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Old 04-19-2008, 08:18 AM   #166
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Forget the team bus, he's walking back to Adelaide.
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Forget the team bus, he's walking back to Adelaide.
To be met by a mob of angry Port fans/vigilantes ...
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Armed with their trusty XXXX beer and mullets
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Though I thought XXXX was just a Queensland phenomenon. I've no idea what the SA bogan beer is. Where's Bonnie?
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I don't know exactly, i just needed to name a bogan beer nice and quick.


And where is Bonnie?
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2:40:51 in my Phanan playlist in iTunes.
Holy shit, you're right. Apparently I fucked up the length of the God Is An Astronaut song by accident.

How the hell did I do that?
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I don't know exactly, i just needed to name a bogan beer nice and quick.


And where is Bonnie?
I think she's busy with life.

XXXX beer just about makes my skin crawl. When I was about 14-15, I went to see Queensland vs NSW in the cricket at the 'Gabba and this one guy sitting down my aisle was one of the biggest bogans ever - both in attitude and physical size. He wore this gaudy XXXX shirt and got up about every 30 minutes to get more XXXX. By the end of the game, he was spilling the stuff everywhere - luckily we weren't in his firing line. I think he was unconscious by the end of the game.

Great game though, mainly due to the crowd. Everybody got bored in the middle of one team's innings, I forget whose now, and began making paper planes and throwing them onto the field. One made it all the way to the pitch!
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Holy shit, you're right. Apparently I fucked up the length of the God Is An Astronaut song by accident.

How the hell did I do that?


Now what?
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I think she's busy with life.

XXXX beer just about makes my skin crawl. When I was about 14-15, I went to see Queensland vs NSW in the cricket at the 'Gabba and this one guy sitting down my aisle was one of the biggest bogans ever - both in attitude and physical size. He wore this gaudy XXXX shirt and got up about every 30 minutes to get more XXXX. By the end of the game, he was spilling the stuff everywhere - luckily we weren't in his firing line. I think he was unconscious by the end of the game.

Great game though, mainly due to the crowd. Everybody got bored in the middle of one team's innings, I forget whose now, and began making paper planes and throwing them onto the field. One made it all the way to the pitch!


Cricket crowds are the best.

I remember one guy at Eden Park who not only made a paper dart make it to the field, but also land and dig it's nose into the turf.
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Now what?
I'm gonna have to remove a song.



My Bloody Valentine would transition into God Is An Astronaut on its own anyway, so I guess I'll ditch the Prince song.

Ah well, no big deal there. I was going for more diversity with that one, anyway.
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Cricket crowds are the best.

I remember one guy at Eden Park who not only made a paper dart make it to the field, but also land and dig it's nose into the turf.
Hah, that's awesome.

The amount of paper planes people were throwing was incredible. Plenty of them were landing in the outfield. The crowd began cheering any that got to the infield. It seemed like most of us stopped paying attention to the game and waited for somebody to throw one that reached the pitch.

Not long after one did, the cops started really clamping down on people throwing planes. I saw a few people evicted.
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I'm gonna have to remove a song.



My Bloody Valentine would transition into God Is An Astronaut on its own anyway, so I guess I'll ditch the Prince song.

Ah well, no big deal there. I was going for more diversity with that one, anyway.
Well, that's fine by me, as I don't like Prince in the first place.

Though there's an early version of PT's Yellow Hedgerow Dreamscape that opens with a cover of The Cross that's pretty fucking sweet.
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Hah, that's awesome.

The amount of paper planes people were throwing was incredible. Plenty of them were landing in the outfield. The crowd began cheering any that got to the infield. It seemed like most of us stopped paying attention to the game and waited for somebody to throw one that reached the pitch.

Not long after one did, the cops started really clamping down on people throwing planes. I saw a few people evicted.
Fun police, what's a paper plane going to do?
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Well, that's fine by me, as I don't like Prince in the first place.

Though there's an early version of PT's Yellow Hedgerow Dreamscape that opens with a cover of The Cross that's pretty fucking sweet.
I do enjoy some Prince, although certainly not everything. He sometimes gets a bit too excessive for his own good.

But The Cross is a damn fine song. The guy can certainly rock the fuck out when he wants to. He should've done it more often.

PT did a cover of The Cross? I've never heard that. I'll have to check it out.
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