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Old 02-28-2008, 12:13 AM   #631
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Yeah, can you post me some, and the peanut butter cups?


God, i'm really craving some peanut butter/chocolate related sweets.
Quoted for TRUTH.
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Old 02-28-2008, 12:13 AM   #632
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well....i don't know if it will be that epic. save the whalers is untouchable forever.
that's cuz it's locked.
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This is currently my favourite quote on Interference

Mofo studio isn't the best song on Pop.

Mofo live isn't the best song on Pop either, but it would be if it weren't for Please being out of this fucking world.
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You do! It was truly epic. I think we created a piece of Interference folklore with that. I'm amazed. I thought it was as see-through as polished glass and that we'd barely get to the first song before being called out. I thought we'd just sit around listening to music and talking amongst ourselves!
Well, if you look at polished glass at the wrong angle, you just get your own desperation for U2 to do something reflected back at you.

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that went over your head i guess.
I'm just shocked you would have anything to do with that name. I probably hate the Yankees just as much as you.
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I never realised, until I flew a long-haul flight as an adult, that I am in fact 80% leg.



I cannot sleep on planes. That was the worst part of the whole trip.
I am short, and sleep way better than most on planes. I like the white noise and I can even sit cross legged in the chair but I always get awful neck cramps.

My favorite thing in the world is a long haul flight that's half empty where you can stretch across a whole row. that's happened to me 3 times and it's been absolutely amazing.
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I never realised, until I flew a long-haul flight as an adult, that I am in fact 80% leg.



I cannot sleep on planes. That was the worst part of the whole trip.
Heh, usually most planes have enough legroom for me to sitdown and have me knees just pushing into the seat a bit. The worst ever was my domestic Air NZ flight last year - i swear there was less legroom than on my bus, i couldn't believe i was able to sit down. My god it was a tight fit. Ironically, my next flight, on Pacific Blue my knees couldn't even touch the seat in front of me.

I'm glad i can sleep on planes. So long as i have the window seat.

I can't fly without the window seat, i LOVE watching the world go by.
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We need to drag a few more people into postwhoredom.
Do we really? Don't we have enough as it is?
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Then again, i might have been overrating it. I was really, really hungry.
I got a very ordinary and overpriced sausage roll in Auckland. It was peak lunch time, too.
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Guys, somebody's STILL pissed off about Save The Whalers!

I just noticed I got this comment on my blog an hour ago: http://axver.livejournal.com/397296....hread=19783408
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Go sue the MBTA.
*looking up lawyers...*
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Oh travelling is fun. I want to go back to America, and then visit the UK.

Traveling =
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But you must have been even more squashed than I was in those little aeroplane seats...
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I am short, and sleep way better than most on planes. I like the white noise and I can even sit cross legged in the chair but I always get awful neck cramps.

My favorite thing in the world is a long haul flight that's half empty where you can stretch across a whole row. that's happened to me 3 times and it's been absolutely amazing.
I love mostly empty flights.
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I'm just shocked you would have anything to do with that name. I probably hate the Yankees just as much as you.
it was in reference to an alter that's the anti-you or whatever. i figured posada would be it. though a-rod even more if you ignore position.

and tourist stop whining you can go out to the corner store and get some reese's. our poor upside down friends can't, they can just thinking about them. you've got to hand it to us americans, we know how to make a candy bar.
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Do we really? Don't we have enough as it is?
It got quiet a couple of times earlier. We can't have that, now can we?
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