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Old 04-08-2008, 09:33 PM   #271
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God, I'm having a bad day. Or maybe a good geography day. Bono did "Detroit, Ohio", not the correct "Detroit, Michigan". And the War one would've been bad because it'd be just a bit of a slap in the face to the Michigan crowd to yell out "California, here I come!" during TEC.
Well, it isn't your country, after all.

Plus, many Americans don't know our country. Just ask Miss South Carolina:

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You are a false prophet, God is a superstition.

I haven't listened to a U2 boot in a long time. Maybe I should dig one or two up and listen soon.
You're a backslider.

I'm hoping to begin acquiring some with my newfound Firefox-based downloading capabilities.
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Old 04-08-2008, 09:35 PM   #273
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Well, it isn't your country, after all.

Plus, many Americans don't know our country. Just ask Miss South Carolina:



I typed "Detroit, Michigan" simply out of habit. Because I'm used to getting geography right. Bono's incorrectness is hard to get, uh, correct.

Especially when you slept like shit and are suddenly thinking "oh dear I'm going to a midnight showing of a movie tonight".
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I feel left out on the whole U23D front. That would have been cool. Damn my parents refusal to let me drive to King of Prussia.
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I feel left out on the whole U23D front. That would have been cool. Damn my parents refusal to let me drive to King of Prussia.
That sucks. It wasn't playing anywhere near here.
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If U2 3D weren't playing near me, I can't say I'd be too disappointed.

Goddamnit, guys, would it kill you to include a decent set?
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If U2 3D weren't playing near me, I can't say I'd be too disappointed.

Goddamnit, guys, would it kill you to include a decent set?
You knew that were going for the most commercial set possible.
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I think it would be worth it just to see The Fly.
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I think it would be worth it just to see The Fly.
Well, yeah. But it would be nice to be really enthusiastic about seeing more than one song in a ninety minute set.
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You knew that were going for the most commercial set possible.
Which is funny in light of their blather about doing this for "the fans". Everything they do for "the fans" seems to be calculated to be as commercial as possible, which doesn't even make sense. Just look at the setlists for U2 Communication and U2 3D. Who are the people most likely to have those? Obsessive fans who would really, really appreciate songs like An Cat Dubh, Fast Cars, Mothers Of The Disappeared, etc. They could've easily included those. But nooo.
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EYKIW voters suck. I'm not surprised Race Against Time has been kicked out of Survivor, but I'm still disappointed.
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They'd rather make a new fan than keep an old one. Bottom line.
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EYKIW voters suck. I'm not surprised Race Against Time has been kicked out of Survivor, but I'm still disappointed.
They really do.
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They'd rather make a new fan than keep an old one. Bottom line.
Exactly.
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I can't stand gabe.

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