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Old 02-23-2008, 12:18 AM   #321
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I just made plans to go for dinner and pool tonight.

But we shouldn't be out too late....
You ... have a social life beyond Interference?

I FEEL BETRAYED.
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Old 02-23-2008, 12:19 AM   #322
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I'm going to say I don't have one. I'm sure that will make you happier ... right?
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I usually don't... but the return of housemates has prompted socialising.
I was out last night too.
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Since the postwhoring has slowed down right now, lets laugh at this plonker!

Ivan Segedin's subterfuge killed him when he was in a head-on car crash while wearing a fake seatbelt, a coroner says.
"Ultimately Mr Segedin's actions in driving without a seatbelt have cost him his life in an accident that he may well have survived had he worn one," coroner Carla na Nagara said yesterday.
Mr Segedin died in a crash on July 22 last year near Okato, in Taranaki, from multiple injuries when his car crossed the road and collided head-on with an oncoming vehicle, the coroner said.
Mr Segedin, 39, refused to wear a seatbelt and had been fined for not wearing one 32 times since February 2003.
Examination of his car found that, though it was fitted with proper seatbelts, an additional belt with a long strap had been knotted above the seatbelt on the driver's side, providing a belt to simply sit over the driver's shoulder, Ms Nagara said.
Presumably this was to create the illusion to a passing motorist or police officer that a seatbelt was being worn when it was not.
Mr Segedin's car had an expired warrant, was full of rust, and an autopsy blood test showed he had taken methamphetamine and cannabis. But Ms Nagara said not wearing a seatbelt was the one variable that made the difference between life and death. "He died when quite possibly he need not have."
His fatal injuries were caused when he was thrown forward on to the steering wheel in a low-impact crash.
No blame or responsibility for the crash rested on the other driver, Ms Nagara said.

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Old 02-23-2008, 12:26 AM   #325
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I'm going to say I don't have one. I'm sure that will make you happier ... right?
NO. I WILL NEVER GET OVER THIS.

LOOK WHAT YOU'VE DONE, ALI.



Aaaactually, I'm over it.
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"Who buys U2 records anyway? It's just music for plumbers and bricklayers. Bono, what a slob. You'd think with all that climbing about he does, he'd look real fit and that. But he's real fat, y'know. Reminds me of a soddin' mountain goat."
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Since the postwhoring has slowed down right now, lets laugh at this plonker!

Ivan Segedin's subterfuge killed him when he was in a head-on car crash while wearing a fake seatbelt, a coroner says.
"Ultimately Mr Segedin's actions in driving without a seatbelt have cost him his life in an accident that he may well have survived had he worn one," coroner Carla na Nagara said yesterday.
Mr Segedin died in a crash on July 22 last year near Okato, in Taranaki, from multiple injuries when his car crossed the road and collided head-on with an oncoming vehicle, the coroner said.
Mr Segedin, 39, refused to wear a seatbelt and had been fined for not wearing one 32 times since February 2003.
Examination of his car found that, though it was fitted with proper seatbelts, an additional belt with a long strap had been knotted above the seatbelt on the driver's side, providing a belt to simply sit over the driver's shoulder, Ms Nagara said.
Presumably this was to create the illusion to a passing motorist or police officer that a seatbelt was being worn when it was not.
Mr Segedin's car had an expired warrant, was full of rust, and an autopsy blood test showed he had taken methamphetamine and cannabis. But Ms Nagara said not wearing a seatbelt was the one variable that made the difference between life and death. "He died when quite possibly he need not have."
His fatal injuries were caused when he was thrown forward on to the steering wheel in a low-impact crash.
No blame or responsibility for the crash rested on the other driver, Ms Nagara said.

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Where's that little box-of-tissues icon someone offered me in the Passengers poll...


Sounds like that Ivan guy's up for a Darwin award...
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Examination of his car found that, though it was fitted with proper seatbelts, an additional belt with a long strap had been knotted above the seatbelt on the driver's side, providing a belt to simply sit over the driver's shoulder, Ms Nagara said.
Presumably this was to create the illusion to a passing motorist or police officer that a seatbelt was being worn when it was not.
After going to all that effort, wouldn't it have just been easier and less time consuming to, uh, wear a fucking seatbelt?

I really hope this idiot gets a Darwin Award.
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That sounds like something that would happen in America, doesn't it?
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I read some article once about this American kid who refused to wear a seat belt because the law requiring him to wear one impinged on his democratic right to be an idiot, or something like that... of course he died in a car accident, but this article was quoting friends of his who were still defending his stance on the whole seat belt issue.

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That sounds like something that would happen in America, doesn't it?
Or south Auckland.

Taranaki, though? I'm shocked and appalled.
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OK people, what do you want, Please or In God's Country or both?
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"Who buys U2 records anyway? It's just music for plumbers and bricklayers. Bono, what a slob. You'd think with all that climbing about he does, he'd look real fit and that. But he's real fat, y'know. Reminds me of a soddin' mountain goat."
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Old 02-23-2008, 12:41 AM   #333
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Live Please > Everything else U2 has ever done ever. Ever.

IGC is good too, but Please pwns everything.
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They should also cover Springsteen's Blinded by the Light just because of the comedy of Bono struggling with those lyrics.
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They should also cover Springsteen's Blinded by the Light just because of the comedy of Bono struggling with those lyrics.
I unfortunately have no idea what you're talking about here.
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Blinded By the Light... is that the same song Supertramp did?

If it's one or the other, Please every time... I've got nothing against In God's Country, mind.

My only question is, what will segue into Streets?
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Hey, Ian, I see McCullum and Ryder are currently dominating the English bowling "attack".

Well, McCullum is anyway.
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"Who buys U2 records anyway? It's just music for plumbers and bricklayers. Bono, what a slob. You'd think with all that climbing about he does, he'd look real fit and that. But he's real fat, y'know. Reminds me of a soddin' mountain goat."
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My only question is, what will segue into Streets?
Moby Dick.

Though the original draft didn't have Streets.
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Moby Dick.

Though the original draft didn't have Streets.
Am I missing some EYKIW-centric reference here?
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Save The Whalers ... Moby Dick ... get it now?
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