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Old 03-25-2008, 08:05 AM   #166
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i just saw that pitch in slow motion. i am sleep deprived.
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Dan, surely you can find Born to Run somewhere. There must be a bunch of different JB's in Melbourne, have you checked out different ones other than your local? Plus, second hand CD stores. If I can find a copy of Moose's XYZ at a second hand CD store otherwise filled with unpopular singles by the Backstreet Boys and East 17, then you can certainly find Born to Run.
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Woudln't be interested anyway. I want hard copies. Cds. Teh full experience. Coming to u23d?
Hard copies are a waste of time. I don't want artwork, and all I do with the CD is rip it to my computer and never look at it again.

Yeah, I'll be at the midnight showing. Ali got my ticket when they first went on sale.

Speaking of Ali, where's she got to?
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i just saw that pitch in slow motion. i am sleep deprived.
I think I'm gonna watch the rest of the game while running on the treadmill. That will keep me awake.
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Well look at me all being a New Yorker, I didn't notice that 81 posts ago.
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I officially disown you for that remark.
Frankly, I don't think Bruce has recorded a single good studio album, at least of the five or six I've heard.

What I've heard live is rather good though. In other words, I wouldn't walk across the street to pick up his entire discography for free, but I'd pay to see him live.
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Well look at me all being a New Yorker, I didn't notice that 81 posts ago.
Welcome to New York. Population You. But the Irish have been going there for years
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What I've heard live is rather good though. In other words, I wouldn't walk across the street to pick up his entire discography for free, but I'd pay to see him live.
I just hope he tours downunder.
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Pee Fan's been trying to get me to download more Bowie. He's the one who got me to download Ziggy Stardust. I think he said I'd enjoy Low. I'd download more but my computers are being shitty with me.

I think you would. It's weird at first, but you'd enjoy the instrumentals I dare say. Brian Eno was his major collaborator.
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Welcome to New York. Population You. But the Irish have been going there for years
Yeah, seems like they own the place, huh?

Oh god I feel diiirty.
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not just puerto rico! panama, mexico, DR, cuba, venezuela. in particular.
Mexico? Venezuela? You may have a case with the others, but those two are clearly soccer countries.

And really, it seems to me that rather than being an international sport, those countries just feed players into the US.
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i am amused that alan embree is pitching against us

cold water on face = good
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Hard copies are a waste of time. I don't want artwork, and all I do with the CD is rip it to my computer and never look at it again.

Yeah, I'll be at the midnight showing. Ali got my ticket when they first went on sale.

Speaking of Ali, where's she got to?
you got yourself a bowie mix.


I';lll find born to run. trust me.
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Yeah, seems like they own the place, huh?
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I think I'm gonna watch the rest of the game while running on the treadmill. That will keep me awake.
I love how both of you need to do things to keep yourselves awake.

Personally, I just switch to a sport that keeps me awake without me having to actually do anything.
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