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Old 06-30-2008, 11:54 PM   #601
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Has this happened to you before? Do you feel you know beer better because it hit you in the face?
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well, to be honest, i rely on the internet maps too when i'm out of town. but i have a good photographic memory for driving, so i can get a good sense of my surroundings.
Yeah, but Nashville isn't out of town for her! To me, it's not just normal but expected that you have a map of your local area in the car.

And when you're out of town, do you at least look at the map rather than just reading the directions?
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It was insane. A bunch of yes went, more for the tailgating than the show (although that was fun, too), and these Parrotheads are hilarious. They set up drinking games and activities all through the parking lot. Lots of drunk guys raising hell, lots of drunk girls shedding certain clothes.

It was quite entertaining. I actually took some video of it. Hell if I know where the tape is now.
a bunch of yes? the band was there?

anyway, that is awesome. sounds like fun. i'd love to go if at least for the experience.
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That not only breaks the cycle, but rapes its entire family and burns down its friggin' house.

"Streets" will always be my favorite.

WHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOoooooooooooooOOOOOOOOOOOAAAAaaaaa...
Screwy must have been to that site before he started that thread. It would inspire that out of me too.

I enjoy the part where he asks for all the sexy people to identify themselves.
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Yeah, but Nashville isn't out of town for her! To me, it's not just normal but expected that you have a map of your local area in the car.

And when you're out of town, do you at least look at the map rather than just reading the directions?
this is true. aside from the ghetto, i'm pretty good at navigating my way around the city and its suburbs. if i'm in an unfamiliar area, it might take me longer to get where i need to because i might take a longer route, but i don't get lost.

and i never even print out the map, just the directions
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Screwy must have been to that site before he started that thread. It would inspire that out of me too.

I enjoy the part where he asks for all the sexy people to identify themselves.
Someone should tell Bono.
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The sad thing about Gabe's band is that everyone has talent except Gabe.
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No pants o' clock, is it?
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a bunch of yes? the band was there?

anyway, that is awesome. sounds like fun. i'd love to go if at least for the experience.
You beat my edit.

It was a blast. I remember walking around and people would have all sorts of concoctions that they would offer. I had some stuff that day that I couldn't even tell you what it was. Needless to say, by the time the show started, I was in pretty bad shape. Although I remember everything and never got sick.
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poor...everyone else.

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Coldplay Jr.?
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Coldplay Jr.?
I've got to fit this into the Coldplay cartoon somehow.

Maybe I can have Chris Martin (as Bono) call out the sexy people on the first night of the tour.
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this is true. aside from the ghetto, i'm pretty good at navigating my way around the city and its suburbs. if i'm in an unfamiliar area, it might take me longer to get where i need to because i might take a longer route, but i don't get lost.

and i never even print out the map, just the directions
Even parts of Franklin she didn't go to regularly were challenging for her and required Google Maps, let alone heading into Nashville proper. To be fair, it wasn't just her; it seemed EVERYBODY was in the same boat.

I figure it's a good idea to see what crazy places Google's leading me before I actually follow it.

(Some of its directions for New Zealand are hilarious ...)
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