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Old 07-04-2008, 06:00 AM   #91
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I'll have to have a read of the Larry thread.
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yeah cos its so hard to understand that someone would lay down theoir drumn tracks and fucl off for a few weeks !
They'z dun play live in tha stewdeo?

Actually, I think it would be kind of cool if U2 laid down some new tracks live and released soundboard copies with the audience noise absent as the "studio" version. I don't know, maybe it's a silly idea. But U2 seem to so consistently improve on their songs live that I think there's at least some merit there.
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It's safe to say it's all pretty fucking irrational, anyway.
Well, yeah.

Personally, I'd like to think I approach my attitude to transport safety rationally. On the road, people are fucking insane, but we generally seem to get by, and most prangs don't result in loss of life. If a ship went down, I'm a good swimmer and I have a strong sense of direction, so I'd like to think I could make it to shore. On a train, I know I am statistically almost certain to survive a disaster (plus I know where to sit, what to do, etc.). But if a plane goes down - well, what are the figures like? Just about every crash seems to end with total or majority loss of life, but I realise I'm not following plane crashes as closely as train crashes.

Though if you base things statistically on the odds of a Kiwi male being killed, they're near non-existent in all cases.
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And I bring the thread killage.

Suppose I should go cook dinner anyway.
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hmm where be everyone, im having an 80's party here by meself .
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Old 07-04-2008, 06:25 AM   #96
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Ali's probably still at work, making up for the long lunch we had!

And cin and Danny need to get their arses online.
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ax i dont like my chances of meeting up tomorrow
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Well, yeah.

Personally, I'd like to think I approach my attitude to transport safety rationally. On the road, people are fucking insane, but we generally seem to get by, and most prangs don't result in loss of life. If a ship went down, I'm a good swimmer and I have a strong sense of direction, so I'd like to think I could make it to shore. On a train, I know I am statistically almost certain to survive a disaster (plus I know where to sit, what to do, etc.). But if a plane goes down - well, what are the figures like? Just about every crash seems to end with total or majority loss of life, but I realise I'm not following plane crashes as closely as train crashes.

Though if you base things statistically on the odds of a Kiwi male being killed, they're near non-existent in all cases.
I'm fairly happy that I'm unlikely to be in a boat sinking or train or plane crash - I'll listen to any safety instructions beforehand, and if I'm alive after the impact I'll take it from there.

But the fact remains, how likely is ANYONE going to be in that situation?
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ax i dont like my chances of meeting up tomorrow
Damn.

We should've planned things a bit more ahead.
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ohhhhhhhhhhh baby i love foxtel, supernatural from the beginning
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Dear frying pan,

More frying, less spitting oil at me.

Cheers,
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Damn.

We should've planned things a bit more ahead.
my fucking sisteri n law is being a cunt and i may have to mind her kids ,
as well as not hearing back from any one .
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Old 07-04-2008, 06:37 AM   #103
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Jen, the Muse sampler thing finally uploaded - see your e-mails.
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Jen, the Muse sampler thing finally uploaded - see your e-mails.
thank you babe
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Dear work colleuges,

if any one more of you bastards calls in sick for monday after a week off,
you will be shot at dawn.

xx the evil overlord,
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