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Old 07-12-2008, 10:08 AM   #166
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And didn't you guys just start a new thread last night??? Another new one again? Holy Crappola! And this with a 1000 post limit, I cannot imagine what would happen with a 500 limit! Granted, you guys were up while we were sleeping.
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Damnit, why didn't my three year old self go and book them on a six month tour of New Zealand? I could have saved us all from One!
Yeah, why didn't you?!
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Xoot Hope Reggo has an okay morning without any headaches.
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Hi folks!

Somebody archived the Bar prematurely! :wtf:

Khan?
Huh, weird. Khan disappeared a few hours ago too.

Though I see whichever mod has been around has merged Obi-Wan's Weed, CA thread into this one, so that's cool. I liked his style. Shame it was made a minute too late.

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And didn't you guys just start a new thread last night??? Another new one again? Holy Crappola! And this with a 1000 post limit, I cannot imagine what would happen with a 500 limit! Granted, you guys were up while we were sleeping.
Yep, we downed Beer, Devon in 5 hours, 57 minutes. I've wondered just how things would have gone if the 500 post limit still existed, and how we'd be digging for more locations!

I think we reached 800 posts in only 3 hours. The last 130 posts took 1.5 hours alone.
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Pretty good... had masses of Greek food for the second day in a row ..

You?
Ooooh. I was sort of babysitting my younger cousins here tonight, originally I was planning to go out on the town but that couldn't be organised, plus I got a bit of a headache.

Oh, and I finished my last driving lesson today, just need to rack up a few more hours and then do the test, then I have my Ps. Yeah, see I didn't bother with driving during high school, which I sort of regret now.
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Quality gig. Great versions of TEC, Discotheque, and The Fly.
I still find it bizarre to think of them playing Discotheque at anything other than a Popmart show. Never heard an Elevation version... I take it it wasn't played very often.

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Think of the Mark Chapman rant.

Ha! He's always been a cheap bastard, just look at Bad's note stinginess.
Should I know who Mark Chapman is, or what this rant is? The name kinda rings a bell, but I am in thick mode today.

He's as bad as Larry reputedly is ...
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*listens to a Boston Boy show*
Ooh, which one? They're all good.

And one of them is the only gig ever opened with Twilight ...
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Yeah, why didn't you?!
Because ... I trusted Bono to do the right thing by us all and release quality stuff like Wild Irish Rose instead. HE BETRAYED ME, THE FAT, DRUNKEN IRISH BASTARD!
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One = Best U2 song.

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I still find it bizarre to think of them playing Discotheque at anything other than a Popmart show. Never heard an Elevation version... I take it it wasn't played very often.
The Elevation versions aren't really worth it either, though the Vertigo version is fascinating and I wish they'd done it more than just twice. On Elevation, it started out as frequent, but I'm talking only the first fortnight; it quickly dropped off and only reappeared sporadically from April to August, then disappeared entirely.

I'd certainly say the Popmart versions are definitive, though. And they were snippetry heaven.

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Should I know who Mark Chapman is, or what this rant is? The name kinda rings a bell, but I am in thick mode today.

He's as bad as Larry reputedly is ...
Mark Chapman's the bloke who shot Lennon.
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One = Best U2 song.

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You should've been here during Beer when LM and I were doing running diaries of Achtung ...
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You should've been here during Beer when LM and I were doing running diaries of Achtung ...
What do you mean? like reviewing each song?


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Xoot Hope Reggo has an okay morning without any headaches.
She's usually on MSN by now...
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Oh, and I finished my last driving lesson today, just need to rack up a few more hours and then do the test, then I have my Ps. Yeah, see I didn't bother with driving during high school, which I sort of regret now.
Yay!

I didn't get my licence, or even sit behind the wheel of a car, until I was 22... It sucked that I had to pay for every hour of driving practice I got, since I wasn't living at home, and all my friends were either on their Ps, or had automatic cars. But I got cheaper insurance quicker, since I was older.



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