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Old 10-16-2004, 02:26 PM   #16
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The mini fahs listen to Avril Lavigne and Hilary Duff.

Next month I'm taking the older two to see Ms Lavigne in concert.



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I hope I get lucky and live next to John Cusack in my new place.
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One of my neighbours just picked up Guitar! But the guy doesn't even know the first thing about playing... so you can just imagine all the WONDERFUL sounds (or rather noises)! Wanna learn a new instrument? fine... just don't drag the bloody thing to the backyard everytime you decided to practice!

Just last thursday night, they kept me up till 5am blasting dance/techno music from that haunted backyard.
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I had a neighbor that lived underneath me in my old apartment complex that would play "Pour Some Sugar on Me" over and over.
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I hope I get lucky and live next to John Cusack in my new place.
I hear He's quite a Clash/Strummer fan... i wouldn't mind that at all!!
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I hear He's quite a Clash/Strummer fan... i wouldn't mind that at all!!

Hell no!
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Jerry Douglas used to be my neighbor when I lived in Nashville, TN. Every now and then Allison Kraus would go over and jam. Sometimes he had jam sessions with Larry, but not at his house
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I hear He's quite a Clash/Strummer fan... i wouldn't mind that at all!!
i've got a couple idiots with a clash poster on their wall down the hall from me. you'd think that maybe just ONCE i'd hear something good blasting down the hallway...but no...they're EMO!!!!! my clash poster is cooler than their clash poster
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i've got a couple idiots with a clash poster on their wall down the hall from me. you'd think that maybe just ONCE i'd hear something good blasting down the hallway...but no...they're EMO!!!!! my clash poster is cooler than their clash poster
I've seen EMO teens walking around with clash t-shirts.... glad i'm not the only one who doesn't see the connection!
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I've seen EMO teens walking around with clash t-shirts.... glad i'm not the only one who doesn't see the connection!

yeah, i've seen that too...at shows here...they're the reason the pit always sucks.
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Luckily, I have no neighbors within earshot.
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Speaking of John Cusack and the Clash, anyone think that Cusack could play a decent Strummer, at least visually, if someone did a Clash or Strummer biopic?
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Speaking of John Cusack and the Clash, anyone think that Cusack could play a decent Strummer, at least visually, if someone did a Clash or Strummer biopic?

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I've got the coolest Indian family on one side and often they blare the TOTP Sitar Hits of maybe Now. If they weren't such awesome people I'd have kneecapped them by now

Then there is the pot smokers. Jesus Christ. Bon Jovi. Often.



Then there is Don. Good lord. The guy has a 28,000 watt amp in his loungeroom and the most GodAwful bloody taste in music ever. It's a shame which makes me cry often. He listens to a lot of the crap which is already listed like Maroon 5, Creed etc. Cos of his stereo, the whole street listens too.

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My neighbours are terrible! They have awful musical tastes. They can hear things that I don't know about (and don't want to!). I can tell you that it scares me when by any chance, I can hear U2 playing on their radio (because I have, even if I don’t want to), which does not happen often. It gets truly weird associating them and U2. It doesn’t seem right!
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