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Old 05-03-2008, 07:24 AM   #946
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And I hope when you come to Melbourne, you wake up hungover on a tram one day wondering where the fuck you are.
That would be just too fucking funny
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There's a Lake Minnewanka in Alberta!
Brilliant!

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I've tried to learn bridge, but the rules seem so overly convoluted that I can't see it being that interesting a game to play.

And I hope when you come to Melbourne, you wake up hungover on a tram one day wondering where the fuck you are.
Hmm, well the rules for the game I played were so incredibly linear that I think it may not have been Bridge. I don't remember exactly how to play it, but it could be more that I don't know how to describe such immense boredom.

And don't worry, that'll definitely happen.
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That would be just too fucking funny
I've heard that falling asleep drunk on trains is a great way to find yourself on a train shut down and parked in the stabling yards that have no public access. Wonder if a similar thing applies to trams returning to their depot?

I SHOULD GET DRUNK AND FIND OUT!
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We are so there!

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Brilliant!

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Brilliant!

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Edit: Post 45,982. Ooh, nearly at 46,000!
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Probably the best Porcupine Tree album in my opinion. The only dud track is Don't Hate Me, which is too long and has saxophone, which Pink Floyd had already proven doesn't work in rock.

Piano Lessons is my favourite PT song. Even Less is obviously a classic. Pure Narcotic, Slave Called Shiver, This Is No Rehearsal, A Smart Kid, and Stop Swimming are my other top picks. A Smart Kid was amazing live for its atmosphere.
I call it good, not great. Each track seems to have something I don't like enough to prevent me from calling it great. Piano Lessons is probably my favorite off the album. Even Less was a little too long, I think. Stop Swimming was a tad boring to me. Slave Called Shiver, This Is No Rehearsal, and Pure Narcotic were good tracks.
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We are so there!

45'd. Twice.
Ian and I were already thinking we should do Humptulip, a locality in Washington state.

So what do you think, Humptulip or Lake Minnewanka?
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I've heard that falling asleep drunk on trains is a great way to find yourself on a train shut down and parked in the stabling yards that have no public access. Wonder if a similar thing applies to trams returning to their depot?

I SHOULD GET DRUNK AND FIND OUT!



That's a long night ahead
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Ian and I were already thinking we should do Humptulip, a locality in Washington state.

So what do you think, Humptulip or Lake Minnewanka?
I think Minnewanka is more appropriate considering who would be starting the thread.
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Ian and I were already thinking we should do Humptulip, a locality in Washington state.

So what do you think, Humptulip or Lake Minnewanka?
I'm not bothered, as long as there's a new thread soon. Whorehouse Meadow would be good, too.
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I call it good, not great. Each track seems to have something I don't like enough to prevent me from calling it great. Piano Lessons is probably my favorite off the album. Even Less was a little too long, I think. Stop Swimming was a tad boring to me. Slave Called Shiver, This Is No Rehearsal, and Pure Narcotic were good tracks.
I get the feeling I shouldn't recommend the full version of Even Less to you then! That's just the first part on the album. The full version is 14 minutes long.

For record, Stupid Dream wasn't my favourite album to start with. I think my first favourite PT album was Deadwing.
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Actually, it might have been!

And Jen, (un?)fortunately I did have all my clothes, including my sassy red silk shirt. I don't remember headbutting, but I have a huge cut and bruise on my left wrist that I think I got somehow when I was in the bathroom.

i love those bruises you get when drunk, mine are ususally big and black as all hell and have me thinking - how the fuck did i do that , time to phone a friend and find out !


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I'm not bothered, as long as there's a new thread soon. Whorehouse Meadow would be good, too.
I think we should save Whorehouse Meadow for an important occasion. Or maybe this is worthy, since Ian has gone to all the effort to collate the history of the postwhorehouse's post data ...
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I think Minnewanka is more appropriate considering who would be starting the thread.


Well, your call. Humptulip, Lake Minnewanka, or Whorehouse Meadow.
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