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Old 11-17-2007, 12:02 AM   #391
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Not too bad thanks. Hurt my ankle at hockey, but oh well..

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I did that with U2's 80s B-side singles.
Dude, I knew you'd understand. Probably VP and Reg too.

Good news - I found one of the playlists I had for you. I need to reburn and then send.
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Not too bad thanks. Hurt my ankle at hockey, but oh well..

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That sucks.

Doing pretty good. I almost went to bed at 7pm, I was so tired. We'll see how much longer I last. I'm so glad I can sleep in tomorrow.
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Well, the first 19 minutes of Stairway aren't great for air guitar. The last 2 or 3, however, totally do dominate the air guitar realm. Also - Are You GOnna Go My Way is good for Air Guitar.



The solo in You Shook Me All Night Long has to be up there in the "kickass for air guitar" list too - Angus Young (And Thunderstruck for headbanging... although my experience in that department is pretty limited )
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Dude, I knew you'd understand. Probably VP and Reg too.

Good news - I found one of the playlists I had for you. I need to reburn and then send.
For the record, ass-jack, I've done this as well. Have to, really.
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Dude, I knew you'd understand. Probably VP and Reg too.

Good news - I found one of the playlists I had for you. I need to reburn and then send.
Hell yeah...if I rip a track, and it's from a compilation I immediately change all the track information to match the original artist and original album...

And if you think that is anal rententive...check out my CD collection. It's arrange alphabetically by artist by "original" album release date...meaning even though U2 is re-releasing "The Joshua Tree" this year, I will still place it between "Wide Awake in America" and "Rattle and Hum"...

My wife and kids think I'm ...but I know where everything is and what is missing...
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Morning, Bar.

Going to Lancaster this afternoon.
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Dude, I knew you'd understand. Probably VP and Reg too.
Of course I do. That's relatively normal as compared to avoiding specific page numbers to stop reading a book on.

OCD = the new black.
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That's relatively normal as compared to avoiding specific page numbers to stop reading a book on.

Care to elaborate on this?
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Of course I do. That's relatively normal as compared to avoiding specific page numbers to stop reading a book on.

OCD = the new black.


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Hey guys! Happy Saturday! I can't believe we're getting 2 weekends off in a row at work!

Just got back from the gym. Feels good to get back into exercising. Can't believe how much I've gone down in triceps, rope pulldowns.
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Care to elaborate on this?
Not really.

Beav knows what I mean.
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For the record, ass-jack, I've done this as well. Have to, really.
I didn't picture you as that type, actually.

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Hell yeah...if I rip a track, and it's from a compilation I immediately change all the track information to match the original artist and original album...

And if you think that is anal rententive...check out my CD collection. It's arrange alphabetically by artist by "original" album release date...meaning even though U2 is re-releasing "The Joshua Tree" this year, I will still place it between "Wide Awake in America" and "Rattle and Hum"...

My wife and kids think I'm ...but I know where everything is and what is missing...
I used to keep the same exact system. Now it's sort of a mess, but I used to, once a year a so, take down all the CDs and rearrange by alphabet then by album name. Any other system just doesn't make sense though, right?


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Of course I do. That's relatively normal as compared to avoiding specific page numbers to stop reading a book on.

OCD = the new black.
I have one paragraph left to go on page 235, but 237 is a bad number (250-13 = bad), so I'm in a holding pattern until I have enough time to get to 240. Fucking lunatic, Jesus.
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I'm watching the Canadian college football semi-finals right now. One of the local universities has a team playing. The stadium is surrounded by residence buildings, and one overlooks the field directly. The game is being shown on national TV, so during a time-out they've been showing shots of students watching the game from their dorm rooms.

Some kid just got caught taking a huge bong hit, and saw himself blowing the smoke out on the TV in his room right before they cut away.

The look on his face
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I used to keep the same exact system. Now it's sort of a mess, but I used to, once a year a so, take down all the CDs and rearrange by alphabet then by album name. Any other system just doesn't make sense though, right?




I have one paragraph left to go on page 235, but 237 is a bad number (250-13 = bad), so I'm in a holding pattern until I have enough time to get to 240. Fucking lunatic, Jesus.
I'm more like Reg, I arrange alphabetically by group, then chronologically within the group/performer.

You can stop reading a page with one paragraph left? I can't. I read the first line or two of the left hand page, and then I stop. On the appropriate page number, of course. :neurotic:
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