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Old 02-26-2008, 07:20 AM   #901
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I spent much of high school on Blue Crack. Until the school website blocked it , for bad language!

The setlist parties over 2005/06 were the best Times I've ever had on these boards.

Hope I'm still around for the next tour. The way we used technology for those setlist parties was just so cool, even if it sounded like U2 were playing on the other side of the planet, and underwater!
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Old 02-26-2008, 07:22 AM   #902
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ohh baby i cant wait till they tour, im in heaven just being here (yes im that fuckign sad) let alone when there is some real news and exciting stuff.
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The Pre-Album, JUST Post-Album and tour are the best times to be part of this site, its just a great time to be a U2 fan.
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Old 02-26-2008, 07:25 AM   #904
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I spent much of high school on Blue Crack. Until the school website blocked it , for bad language!
Interference was blocked for much of the time at mine too, I think. Using Babelfish's page translator, though, I could get around it. I remember mainly using that for LJ though.

I spent SHITLOADS of time during high school on elevation-tour.com reading setlists, as it wasn't blocked. That's where I got all my knowledge. Then, of course, in early 2005, U2VT came along and after some communication, I found myself onboard as co-maintainer. I still think of myself as a fan of elevation-tour.com/U2VT (and U2Setlists.com too, same backend database) first and foremost. Just a very lucky fan who gets to work on the site too.

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The setlist parties over 2005/06 were the best Times I've ever had on these boards.

Hope I'm still around for the next tour. The way we used technology for those setlist parties was just so cool, even if it sounded like U2 were playing on the other side of the planet, and underwater!
Oh shit yes. Those were so much fun and I really can't wait for the next tour. I wonder if gorman will be able to pull off live streaming video? We've talked about it before and it may just be possible, you never know ...
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Old 02-26-2008, 07:27 AM   #905
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I'll keep my fingers in my ears until the album comes out
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I'll keep my fingers in my ears until the album comes out
Don't worry, if you just post on these threads, you won't find out anything new. Well, you might, but in the midst of all of our bullshit, you won't know what's true and what isn't, so you're cool. When you first listen to the album, you'd probably get a shock that something we mentioned was in fact vaguely accurate.

"Wow, so they weren't kidding about Edge using a ukulele!"
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I thought it was Adam on ukulele? Or was he redefining bass with spoons....


I might have a slightly early night...
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I'm off to bed folks.

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Seeya Daniel
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hmm i dont know if i can make another 90 something replys to finnish the thread either, wine is kicking in , i guess i will seeyou in the monstermuthafucking aussie thread part 2 tomorrow???
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G'night, Daniel! See you in Djibouti!
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I thought it was Adam on ukulele? Or was he redefining bass with spoons....
Adam was redefining bass with spoons. I wonder if he'll use sporks too?
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hmm i dont know if i can make another 90 something replys to finnish the thread either, wine is kicking in , i guess i will seeyou in the monstermuthafucking aussie thread part 2 tomorrow???
Less than 90 to go now.

I'm sure if a couple of the Yanks turn up, we can quickly push this thing through to 1,000 and start on the Djibouti Chat.
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Sporks? Whoah, experimental....

*sticks around long enough to copy CD for co-worker*
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well i can hang in a little longer.


axver i was reading your blog. you are far too fucking intelligent for your own good.


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