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Old 05-03-2008, 02:39 AM   #511
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Through one of my U2VT connections, I've just learnt that Bono's appearing at a private benefit, a function at the Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein, called Save The Whalers. My contact has sighted the whole band, and it looks like things are set up for U2 to perform on a little stage! We might just be in for some stripped down, rockin' music.

My friend's called me and we've managed to set up a small audio feed as it looks like they're about to do something, but unfortunately, it can only sustain a small amount of people, so we've had to make it private. But we can post a live setlist and have a setlist party like the old days.

I can't wait to see what they play!
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I had a feeling of deja vu while i was writing that joke.
well, since you date so many young'ins
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Through one of my U2VT connections, I've just learnt that Bono's appearing at a private benefit, a function at the Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein, called Save The Whalers. My contact has sighted the whole band, and it looks like things are set up for U2 to perform on a little stage! We might just be in for some stripped down, rockin' music.

My friend's called me and we've managed to set up a small audio feed as it looks like they're about to do something, but unfortunately, it can only sustain a small amount of people, so we've had to make it private. But we can post a live setlist and have a setlist party like the old days.

I can't wait to see what they play!
Fail.
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Fail.
yeah, i guess he was making up vb code there.
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Fail.

Wait until i edit it, you prick!
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ahh bono whistling is hurting my ears
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yes, i totally agree.

i know! when i saw crowded house, it took forever for a setlist to be posted! and when i see dd, same thing. you always see the aged rabid fans rush the stage immediately after the concert to snap up the setlists, so why can't they post them online?
You just answered your own question. "Aged rabid fans" and "computer literacy" don't tend to go together.

At least PT sets are posted on forums pretty quickly. But there don't seem to be any central databases like U2VT.
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yeah dr. dré you were right, they did snippet send in the clowns in the electric co.
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You just answered your own question. "Aged rabid fans" and "computer literacy" don't tend to go together.

At least PT sets are posted on forums pretty quickly. But there don't seem to be any central databases like U2VT.
i know! at least when i saw tim finn and i snagged a setlist, i shared it online! it just amazes me...why get one if you're not gonna share? it's not like i wanna see it or hold it or anything, just type it up! you don't even have to scan it.
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Looking back at that, I'm absolutely amazed ANYBODY fell for that.

A fucking flashing neon sign reading "THIS IS BULLSHIT!" is more subtle than that post.
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Alright, if i disappear a bit it's because i'm trying to put together postwhorehouse stats.
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you lie. it's because your 15 year old girlfriend's coming over.
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i know! at least when i saw tim finn and i snagged a setlist, i shared it online! it just amazes me...why get one if you're not gonna share? it's not like i wanna see it or hold it or anything, just type it up! you don't even have to scan it.
Don't you just love overly possessive fans? Bootleg hoarders are my favourite.
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yeah dr. dré you were right, they did snippet send in the clowns in the electric co.
Setlist edited, thanks.

I'm also curious about ADWM. It's currently listed as the last song of the main set, but my sneaking suspicion is that it's actually the first song of the encore.
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