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Old 01-24-2007, 09:21 PM   #16
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I have no idea what I'm gonna do in ny or how I'm gonna find my way around
Tell me again how you found yourself at the men's prison on Terminal Island???
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Soooooooo excited for March.

Last time I've been was October 2005, and I was mostly standing in line all day. Walked into MSG that night, soaking wet.

3...2...1...

*waits for either Dave or Reggie to swoop in with a comment*

Speaking of, Dave - I do read all the closed bars.


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Tell me again how you found yourself at the men's prison on Terminal Island???
sure turn up now
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I was there too! Well, I wasn't soaking wet but we did have lunch!
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Kat, I think you've gotten enough pep talks for one night. Did I happen to tell you that while you're in NY, I'll......eh, forget it.
You might wanna block me, I'll have you on speed dial
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I was there too! Well, I wasn't soaking wet but we did have lunch!
Yes, we did!


Wait, you weren't?




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are you making these nsw?
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are you making these nsw?
I wish. I have 0 skill with things like that. I just go and find them and post them, they amuse me.

They probably annoy everyone else, I ought to cease.
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Anyone have an airmiles card? My credit cards don't give me anything and I'm sick of hearing all the nice stuff everyone else earns.

While I was running I was listening to my ipod thinking in the 80's how annie lennox and david bowie confused me. They did look alike didn't they?
I have a Delta card. Fuckers never take my miles.

They did look alike, HAHA. I think I always knew that on a subconscious level.

I've been to LA, I know it's spread out differently, but I was thinking that if someone could find the way around there NY would be real easy. And I thought OC was more like their version of Long Island. Connected but separate.

I know that Manhattan is more funner than BK, but if you're gonna be in a bar, may as well be comfortable....
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With a place like Manhattan, Beav, it's more mental than anything else. Rationally, you and I know it's easy to get around and it's mostly safe these days....but, to someone new to it, the sheer speed and enormity of it all is overwhelming. I never saw it that way until I moved here, then started visiting NYC 2-3x a year....that's when it really hit me and I saw things from a visitor's perspective.

Manhattan has a lot of quiet bars, at least it did when I used to got there a lot....some smaller Irish Pubs in or around the Upper East Side...Ryan's Daughter was one, we loved going there to just relax. But, Manhattan also has a lot of packed places, agreed.

OC is a little bit Wastechester, a little bit Strong Island.
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America by Simon and Garfunkle, excellent song.
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His bowtie is really a camera.
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I'm a big fan of small Irish pubs bet you'd never guess that.

I'm comfy in San Fran too. It's all in my head.

I'm off... the friend hosting tonight usually makes homemade Indian food
If she got take out

I host in April do you think anyone will beg me for homemade Irish food?

see you later guys
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