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Old 08-03-2008, 08:16 AM   #61
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I randomly clicked onto Vazza trying to set me up with one of her friends

I want at least one t-shirt for each day of the week, and spares to carry with me.
Shame you're in the wrong hemisphere and all. Also, remember how you and I are both Internet-wed to Vazza?

We need to hurry the fuck up with those t-shirts. And we should buy spares to send to other Kunstmuseumers as Christmas presents. Including one to our dear mofo82.
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I seriously can't believe it. How the HELL did we do that?! And it was all U2's fault! U2's fault, despite all of us being pretty critical of the band!
You're not ritical of Pop/Ab/Zoo U2, that is the difference!
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Yeah, post on the postwhorehouse, or hang out with the postwhores ...

I can imagine that if you visited my place, we'd both just end up posting on the thread. Because, you know, we aren't #1 and #2 here for nothing.


That's a worrying thought. Alarmingly plausible, too.
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It's the weirdest coincidence, guys... I use igoogle for my home page and I've customised it to include an Art of the Day section. Today is a Bruegels The Elder painting from the Museum voor Oude Kunst, Brussels.


..... What are the odds??????
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Shame you're in the wrong hemisphere and all. Also, remember how you and I are both Internet-wed to Vazza?

We need to hurry the fuck up with those t-shirts. And we should buy spares to send to other Kunstmuseumers as Christmas presents. Including one to our dear mofo82.
I just stumbled across a post where she mentioned it!

I'd love to post out a few t-shirts to people who really, really didn't appreciate our work.
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You're not ritical of Pop/Ab/Zoo U2, that is the difference!
Wait, when did I stop being this site's pre-eminent Achtung critic?
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And upon clicking, I see the details of this magnificant work:
Pieter Bruegel the Elder: The Fall of the Rebel Angels
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Wait, when did I stop being this site's pre-eminent Achtung critic?
You are? I tend to absolutely and completely ignore anything anyone has to say on something which is entirely taste on this site
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It's the weirdest coincidence, guys... I use igoogle for my home page and I've customised it to include an Art of the Day section. Today is a Breugels The Elder painting from the Museum voor Oude Kunst, Brussels.


..... What are the odds??????


The worst part is that sounds like "museum of our Kunst".

I think we need to go there next. Or for thread #200.
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And upon clicking, I see the details of this magnificant work:
Pieter Bruegel the Elder: The Fall of the Rebel Angels
The Fall of the Rebel Angels?

Oh, that does not sound good.
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That's a worrying thought. Alarmingly plausible, too.
Yeah, especially as I have a modem that can accommodate four computers. So where the bloody hell are you?

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I just stumbled across a post where she mentioned it!

I'd love to post out a few t-shirts to people who really, really didn't appreciate our work.


Oh god, imagine if one of us wore one to a concert and somebody who didn't appreciate our work spotted it! I'd just respond to them with "what, you thought that was a hoax?!"
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The Fall of the Rebel Angels?

Oh, that does not sound good.
As you're all (apparently) going to hell, you'll probably meet them!
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You are? I tend to absolutely and completely ignore anything anyone has to say on something which is entirely taste on this site
Yeah, I rank Achtung as lowly as ATYCLB and HTDAAB, and I hate One and Ultra Violet with a passion. And the only tour that I think was worse than ZooTV was Elevation.

That said, UTEOTW, The Fly, Acrobat, and LIB are amazing songs, and my own custom Achtung tracklist would be in my top five favourite U2 albums.
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Yeah, I rank Achtung as lowly as ATYCLB and HTDAAB, and I hate One and Ultra Violet with a passion. And the only tour that I think was worse than ZooTV was Elevation.

That said, UTEOTW, The Fly, Acrobat, and LIB are amazing songs, and my own custom Achtung tracklist would be in my top five favourite U2 albums.
My original reply where I mentioned AB/Pop/Zoo also criticised ATYCLB and HTDABYHAT.. HTT..DB... but my fucktard laptop overheated and it crashed at the worst time.

ZooTV was brilliant. I take it you didn't go? I was squashed up front row. It was where I got ahold of Bono's cup, and thusly his DNA which I had plans to sell to PLEBA, but changed them when I considered who'd win out of that - a PLEBAN getting the score of the century and me probably going to jail? Fuck that. Ali and I can have his DNA on our own. We don't have to share.
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