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Old 03-14-2008, 06:46 AM   #496
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Hey there, AMENDMENT. Is this the real life, is this just fantasy?

And damn, I seem to have passed 1000 posts without noticing. Oh well.
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Shame it hasn't reached inside our house yet.
At least I didn't have to drive home in excessive heat!


I'm always talking about weather...
Hah, I just e-mailed you and asked if the cool change arrived early enough for you. Glad it did.

I'm somewhat hooked to following the Bureau of Meteorology's website ...
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Morning, Superthread.

Just saw the Arcade Fire discussion. Totally agree about "Wake Up."

I feel there's two songs they actually pulled off: "Rebellion (Lies)" and "Intervention."
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I don't mind Rebellion (Lies). Can't remember Intervention.
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Intervention's off the second album.
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Congrats on being a Refugee, Maj.!

POST WHOA-OOORE!

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And damn, I seem to have passed 1000 posts without noticing. Oh well.
Hopefully one of the premiums can search back and find out which post was your 1,000th.

Nice going on how quickly you've boosted your post count.
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Some of the subdivisions within the Law as shown in the Brick Testament:

When To Stone Your Children
When To Marry Your Sister-In-Law
When To Stone Your Whole Family
Fashion
Male Genital Injury
Why To Keep The Law

It's all great!
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Intervention's off the second album.
Ah. I played the whole album twice. It was mediocre. Less shitty moments, but less potential too.
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I'm somewhat hooked to following the Bureau of Meteorology's website ...
It's one of the few sites we can access at work... the radar maps can provide hours of entertainment when the only alternative is Yellow Pages or the Age website
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Congrats on being a Refugee, Maj.!

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I got that one immediately!
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Ah. I played the whole album twice. It was mediocre. Less shitty moments, but less potential too.
I tend to agree. I like them, but I certainly don't hero-worship them like some people around here do.

Intervention is on my playlist, so you'll get another shot to hear it.
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Hopefully one of the premiums can search back and find out which post was your 1,000th.

Nice going on how quickly you've boosted your post count.
Is there a way of doing that besides just counting?
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Some of the subdivisions within the Law as shown in the Brick Testament:

When To Stone Your Children
When To Marry Your Sister-In-Law
When To Stone Your Whole Family
Fashion
Male Genital Injury
Why To Keep The Law

It's all great!


Now there's a Testament I can take seriously.
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It's one of the few sites we can access at work... the radar maps can provide hours of entertainment when the only alternative is Yellow Pages or the Age website
The Age website occasionally does provide lols. Usually it has useful information though, such as cool changes

And the Bureau of Meteorology (Melbourne) is actually cutting-edge science here, rather than a creative way of avoiding a real job. (thanks Terry Pratchett for that one!)
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