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Old 05-27-2008, 05:19 PM   #91
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apparently Bono's voice sounds better than Zoo Tv and the Vertigo tour - how the hell someone can tell based on that clip alone astounds me
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apparently Bono's voice sounds better than Zoo Tv and the Vertigo tour - how the hell someone can tell based on that clip alone astounds me
yeah I just read that. wow.
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apparently Bono's voice sounds better than Zoo Tv and the Vertigo tour - how the hell someone can tell based on that clip alone astounds me
I know... when I read that I was like WOW!
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Ok kids I'm off to the stadium to watch the Toronto FC-Montreal Impact soccer (football?) match. And, like anything else, Montreal will kick Toronto's ass back down the 401.


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I haven't really explored much of it to be honest, save for the running. I'm kinda reluctant to do the social night scene thing on my own in a place I'm unfamiliar with. I get the feeling that my southern accent is like a neon N00B sign blinking at everyone.

So, I've just been going to class and studying. But, on the plus side, I made a friend today (haha sounds so preschool!) He's my lab partner, and from Canada. It turns out he's in my doctoral program too! He's like me, just starting out, so taking some pre-reqs over the summer. So, I'm thinking as class progresses we'll get to chat more. And then I can chat with others. Then who knows, I might have a community again!

How've you been? Is it time to pimp out the kittens yet?
How true about the whole making new friends in school thing! With me, it was hard being older than most of them. I did start to make friends once I got into the upper year honours classes - a few of them around my age, and even some of the kiddies. It was just a whole different experience for me than for most of them. I'd get invited out after class and stuff, but since I lived an hour away and had a kid to get home to, it was kind of hard.

Well past the time to pimp kittens. So far, we've hung up an ad in one vet's office. We're supposed to take the ad around to other offices, but haven't gotten around it it yet.
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would you mind telling me what you're doing in my head, zoots?
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^duly noted. Ok, bye for realz now!
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would you mind telling me what you're doing in my head, zoots?
See my reason for edited post.

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How true about the whole making new friends in school thing! With me, it was hard being older than most of them. I did start to make friends once I got into the upper year honours classes - a few of them around my age, and even some of the kiddies. It was just a whole different experience for me than for most of them. I'd get invited out after class and stuff, but since I lived an hour away and had a kid to get home to, it was kind of hard.

Well past the time to pimp kittens. So far, we've hung up an ad in one vet's office. We're supposed to take the ad around to other offices, but haven't gotten around it it yet.
Wow, that does sound hard. That's admirable you went to school while taking care of Sarah. I'm sure it was difficult at times, but you totally rock.

Am I reading into things, or are you reconsidering the pimping thing?
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I don't try so hard and then it all comes to me...

Over analyzing sux...
So it's kind of a Zen thing?


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No I'm not talking about a temporary phase. I'm wondering if the way I used to get excited in the 90s is just gone... forever! Granted, I got exposed to them in the 90s and didn't know as much about them back then than I do now. I think with more knowledge and exposure, the excitement dies down maybe?
I think you could be right about exposure, or in the case of hanging around here a lot, probably over-exposure. I think it's sometimes hard for some of the more critical people around here to remember that the handful of fans on this site are a very small cross section of overall fans, and that because we/they choose to sort of overexpose ourselves, and then become bored with certain aspects of the band and their music doesn't mean that every fan feels the same way.

I'm probably not even making sense.

It just seems to me that lately, I've been reading so much criticism around here, far more than fawning, that reading enthusiastic posts for a change is nice.
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