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Old 12-16-2007, 02:48 PM   #46
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if you weren't a Carbon Leaf h8r I'd invite you, but nooooooooo.
I'm not a hater! I don't care for the one or two songs I've heard of theirs, but a h8r?
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I'm not a hater! I don't care for the one or two songs I've heard of theirs, but a h8r?
Maybe you should come see them live and give them another chance
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Maybe ... but I'm sure not going to fly across the country to see them.

I'm funny about seeing bands live. Unless it's a band I'm honestly curious about, I won't go see bands whose songs I don't know.

I know I should support local music, since I'm such a music lover, but I loathe standing around in a crowded club and listening to music I don't know. Half the people are drunk, and I'm short so all I'm looking at are people's backs. No thanks.

I have a much better time when I know the songs. Hence, I'm a fan of going out to hear cover bands with friends. I realize this might make me lame. But I don't care.
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I live on a moderately busy street, and I think I've seen one or two cars go by in the past hour.

It's pretty out there. I'm sure I'll be bitching tomorrow when it becomes necessary to actually go outside and navigate the roads in this, but for now, it's nice.

My dad is nuts - got an email from Mom this morning and among other things it said that Dad went to work... It's nuts because my parents live in Chatham and Dad has to commute to Leamington, about a 40 min or so drive away - Mom said when he called her from work he said it took him an hour and a half to get there, and that the driving was "a little dicey", which given it's Dad, means it was pretty brutal It's highway driving but it's a secondary highway, so I don't know how fast they clear it.

Do you have to take Sarah back tomorrow for exams?
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My dad is nuts - got an email from Mom this morning and among other things it said that Dad went to work... It's nuts because my parents live in Chatham and Dad has to commute to Leamington, about a 40 min or so drive away - Mom said when he called her from work he said it took him an hour and a half to get there, and that the driving was "a little dicey", which given it's Dad, means it was pretty brutal It's highway driving but it's a secondary highway, so I don't know how fast they clear it.

Do you have to take Sarah back tomorrow for exams?
Ooh, I hope he makes it home okay! My nephew has his kids for the weekend, and was supposed to have them back to their mom in London this afternoon, and he's not taking a chance, even though he's risking the wrath of the uber-bitch from hell. If I *really* had to go out somewhere in the city today, I would, but I wouldn't go on any highways. I'm sure blowing snow is horrible out there - it's not looking too pleasant here in the city at the moment.

Sarah doesn't have to be back till Thursday, but would like to get there on Tuesday, to study. I'm sure it'll be fine by then. At least I hope so. I take secondary roads too, and even a rural road or two, thanks to a detour along my usual route, that's been in effect since last April.

Eta - an angel in a snow-covered parka just went up and down our block with a snowblower. I'm not sure who it was. But what he blew out is filling back in pretty rapidly.
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Guys - For some reason I'm now premium. I never paid. I don't know why. Yet I'm wondering if I should take advantage of this oversight.
Maybe it's because you're a great contributor, and they're wondering just how much greater you could become with all the premium tools at your disposal?

Either that, or there's a phillyfan25 sitting at his computer weeping, wondering why his premium membership hasn't come through yet.
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I've essentially been waiting till college before truly diving headfirst into this board. When I go to college, I plan on paying premium and posting my picture.
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Ha! Just noticed the tag below your name. I miss that show desperately.

Are you hoping to go somewhere away from home, or are you staying in state?
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I really have no idea. I'd probably say closer to home, just because I really would hate to live in the south. I'm willing to go northeast too. I'm really not too sure about it.

I'm applying to Penn State for sure, after that it's sort of a toss up.
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I really have no idea. I'd probably say closer to home, just because I really would hate to live in the south. I'm willing to go northeast too. I'm really not too sure about it.

I'm applying to Penn State for sure, after that it's sort of a toss up.
You could always come north, apply to UWO and make yourself available to Snow a few years earlier than anticipated.
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there goes pfan's christmas surprise - shit - I wonder who got there first?





drea - it took 90 mins from chatham to leamington? p is supposed to do that drive home tonight from london to kingsville. I'll have to call her, there's no way she'll be able to make it through those roads after you get off the 401 in her car.

I had wanted to go to zellers but there is about 7 inches piled on my car. :lazywins: my mom is in quebec city right now, thankfully she's not flying home till tmw, hopefully her flights aren't too effected by this.
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