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Old 03-27-2008, 07:35 AM   #61
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i am so lost in this thread right now.

i think i'm gonna watch a tudors episode before writing my paper. they gym, and an awkward awkward meeting, and then what work should i do this afternoon? i think i'll finish those 3 things i've been meaing to finish. if i finish 4 things in 1 day, plus the 1 last ngiht, i'll feel super productive and get extra drunk tonight in celebration.
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I just watched the Kapa o Pango. I think i'll follow the All Blacks, because that was TIGHT.
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Anyway, next weeks round is between sex and sleep..

That's a toughie


I don't suppose sex while sleeping would count
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It's now a cut across the chest? That sucks.

Bunch of pansies that whinge about little things. Just like the Indian cricket team.
Yeah, it's now lower down. It still looks good, but it's not quite what it was. Fuck, I still remember the first time they did it. It was at Carisbrook, the House of Pain, in Dunedin. We didn't know they were going to do it, I just expected Ka Mate. And then ... fuuuuck.

The only problem with Kapa O Pango is that I don't have the words and moves memorised! I know all of Ka Mate.
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always choose sex over sleep.

i think this one time when i was really tired i nearly fell asleep having sex. and it was good sex too. it just all kinda happened in slomo and seemed super romantic. i must not have been that bad cause we repeated the next saturday. (by this one time, i mean, like, a month ago)
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Ax, are the vocals from Wave of Sorrow from the 80's or modern day Bono.

They sound kind of modern day B to me
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I just watched the Kapa o Pango. I think i'll follow the All Blacks, because that was TIGHT.


I've always secretly wanted to be a Kiwi just for that.

Although, there is this:

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OK, guys, you know I like jokes and nothing's sacred, etc., and there are PARTY PIE jokes in good taste and I'm more than happy to laugh along, but I do find some in bad taste to be a bit offensive.

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I just watched the Kapa o Pango. I think i'll follow the All Blacks, because that was TIGHT.
You're too awesome.

Though I think I told you that last night. So you're now awesome as. That sounds more Kiwi.

Incidentally, the All Blacks (or at least the All Blacks circa 2005 led by Tana Umaga) actually wrote Kapa O Pango themselves.
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Ax, are the vocals from Wave of Sorrow from the 80's or modern day Bono.

They sound kind of modern day B to me
It was rerecorded for the 20th anniversary JT release, and by rerecorded I mean finished.
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i am gonna go to geneva next year i think
Ooh, cool. Any particular reason?
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Ax, are the vocals from Wave of Sorrow from the 80's or modern day Bono.

They sound kind of modern day B to me
Definitely modern day, he said so himself.

What I haven't fully ascertained is if the lyrics are from the eighties or now. The music is from the JT era, but I'm not clear if Bono had the lyrics written and simply never did a vocal take, or if he came up with the lyrics to go with the music.

Because if it's the latter, I'll be pissed.
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Yeah, it's now lower down. It still looks good, but it's not quite what it was. Fuck, I still remember the first time they did it. It was at Carisbrook, the House of Pain, in Dunedin. We didn't know they were going to do it, I just expected Ka Mate. And then ... fuuuuck.

The only problem with Kapa O Pango is that I don't have the words and moves memorised! I know all of Ka Mate.
Damn. I must learn this. Just cause my cultural identity is so screwed up that I can probably legitimately add it to my repertoire of things anyway. I'm also learning to sing Irish drinking songs, and on that British poll in the thread that I missed out on but later read, I was the only one who got something like "You're one of the few Brits left".
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i am so lost in this thread right now.

i think i'm gonna watch a tudors episode before writing my paper. they gym, and an awkward awkward meeting, and then what work should i do this afternoon? i think i'll finish those 3 things i've been meaing to finish. if i finish 4 things in 1 day, plus the 1 last ngiht, i'll feel super productive and get extra drunk tonight in celebration.
... Huzzah!
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Ah okay, thought so

Maybe he had a rough bit of the lyrics done in the 80's and then touched them up now.
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