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Old 06-10-2007, 04:45 AM   #81
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It's because Edge's on fire.
But if he burns up, we won't get a tour. Then how will Bono preach to a million people?

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And I'm going with October. It was always in my top 2 to 3... I don't know what I was thinking.
Hey, Interference, this is a demonstration of good taste.
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october over AB ..... thats insane... tasteful but insane.
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october over AB ..... thats insane... tasteful but insane.
So how would you describe my opinion that October is U2's 4th best album while Achtung Baby is U2's 2nd worst?
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So how would you describe my opinion that October is U2's 4th best album while Achtung Baby is U2's 2nd worst?
...desperate need to be original?




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1. Boy
2. Achtung Baby
3. War
4. Pop
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So how would you describe my opinion that October is U2's 4th best album while Achtung Baby is U2's 2nd worst?

well......

i will leave it at that .
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well......

i will leave it at that .
Neither you nor bathiu provided an exciting answer with a wild allegiation against U2 or me. Larry would be disappointed.
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thats because im too polite and too hungover to think of anything clever .

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Excuses, excuses. Wait until Larry gets here. He'll have some nasty words for you.
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Neither you nor bathiu provided an exciting answer with a wild allegiation against U2 or me. Larry would be disappointed.
You're desperately seeking Bonos attention because you're different from the other U2 fan rabble.



Hows that?
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Where did everyone get their magic mushrooms??

My top, but not in order:

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Excuses, excuses. Wait until Larry gets here. He'll have some nasty words for you.
nasty words from larry

"achtung baby can't even say the fucking thing"
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You're desperately seeking Bonos attention because you're different from the other U2 fan rabble.



Hows that?
If your statement were a rugby team, it just scored 10 points.

Only problem is, the All Blacks have scored 61 points against it.
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If your statement were a rugby team, it just scored 10 points.

Only problem is, the All Blacks have scored 61 points against it.
Well, i'm doing better than my favourite team who managed a grand total of two points today.
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Well, i'm doing better than my favourite team who managed a grand total of two points today.
I've no idea what you're talking about. Rugby league, perhaps?

Rugby league = rugby union for wimps.
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I've no idea what you're talking about. Rugby league, perhaps?

Rugby league = rugby union for wimps.
Quick! Lets all kick the ball into touch and take 20 minutes to get to the lineout.

Then lets drop the ball and take another 45 minutes to set the scrum.

Then we can go mental over a penalty goal shootout.

Then we can rest everyone for 12 weeks!

Those league players must be real, real soft to be bigger wimps than that
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Quick! Lets all kick the ball into touch and take 20 minutes to get to the lineout.

Then lets drop the ball and take another 45 minutes to set the scrum.

Then we can go mental over a penalty goal shootout.

Then we can rest everyone for 12 weeks!

Those league players must be real, real soft to be bigger wimps than that
Oh noes, we can't have six or more tackles in one go!

And oh dear, we couldn't possibly have REAL tackles where you get seriously physically involved! Serious rucks and mauls? Pfft, too weak for that.

REAL scrums? The horror!

Yeah, those league players ARE soft.

(The best part? Your characterisation of rugby is a blatant exaggeration. My characterisation of rugby league is ... well ... not an exaggeration. I win.)
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Oh noes, we can't have six or more tackles in one go!

And oh dear, we couldn't possibly have REAL tackles where you get seriously physically involved! Serious rucks and mauls? Pfft, too weak for that.

REAL scrums? The horror!

Yeah, those league players ARE soft.

(The best part? Your characterisation of rugby is a blatant exaggeration. My characterisation of rugby league is ... well ... not an exaggeration. I win.)
Well, league does prefer to have the ball in play instead of taking upwards of two minutes - in an 80 minute game - to set a single scrum.


You want real tackles?






Finally, i watch Union games and stuff that commentators and fans cream themselves over, such as a rare swift backline play, are par for the course in a league game. Perhaps i prefer yelling "run you bastard" to "that's a penalty ref....i think"
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Does Bono like rugby?
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