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Old 02-23-2008, 12:26 AM   #381
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You really are the naughtiest girl who's all talk that I've ever met on an internet forum.


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It's going to be a proper setlist party! No spoilers!
I've created a monster.
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Yeah... the Pop poll is still full of talk about the postwhoring spree...


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I've heard he does really varied sets, and I remember during one setlist party in 2005, it was the last night of some Bruce tour and somebody noted that he'd just debuted another song even then. That's awesome.

I'm trying to remember which ones I've played. Born To Run, definitely, and was a bit bored. I find I can't relate to the studio albums much at all and the sound is kinda dodgy. But there's a spark in the live stuff that gets me into it.
His most recent album definitely has some more kick to it. I'd look into the songs "Gypsy Biker," "Last to Die," "Long Walk Home," and "Devil's Arcade."

Born to Run is very close to me because I can relate to his whole Jersey shore angle since I've spent many summers there. I supposed that's why I love it so much. "Thunder Road," "Backstreets," and "Jungleland" are all particularly poignant with me.

My top three artists are U2, Springsteen, and Bowie.
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8. The Earth is Not a Cold Dead Place - Explosions in the Sky
I'd just like to say, HOLY FUCK EITS DESTROYED MELBOURNE A WEEK AGO TODAY. I swear, that was easily one of the best gigs I've ever seen. And they did almost all of The Earth Is Not A Cold Dead Place, the only song omitted was Six Days At The Bottom Of The Ocean. First Breath After Coma is easily one of the best openers I've ever heard in my life.
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You would never know this, but I am actually pretty shy.
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Oh, so Joey's actually Janey.
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I'd just like to say, HOLY FUCK EITS DESTROYED MELBOURNE A WEEK AGO TODAY. I swear, that was easily one of the best gigs I've ever seen. And they did almost all of The Earth Is Not A Cold Dead Place, the only song omitted was Six Days At The Bottom Of The Ocean. First Breath After Coma is easily one of the best openers I've ever heard in my life.
I really would love to see them if they came around here. Practically everyone who hears them loves them.
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I'd just like to day, HOLY FUCK EITS DESTROYED MELBOURNE A WEEK AGO TODAY.
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You would never know this, but I am actually pretty shy.
Online people never believe me when I say I'm relatively innocent (and/or quiet)...

Online Ali and RL Alison are two different people...

Mind you, I did kinda run off at the mouth last Sunday. I think meeting U2 fans just has that effect.
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What on earth are you going to do to poor innocent minds when you do come along to a Melburnian Interferencers meet-up? Danny probably won't be allowed to come at this rate!
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Oh, so Andrew's actually Amy.
A tension headache/migrane will do that to someone.
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Online Ali and RL Alison are two different people...
Online coolian and Ian are pretty different too
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I've got a freelance job tomorrow morning at some basketball tournament, so I need to get some sleep soon.
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Online people never believe me when I say I'm relatively innocent (and/or quiet)...

Online Ali and RL Alison are two different people...

Mind you, I did kinda run off at the mouth last Sunday. I think meeting U2 fans just has that effect.
You seem innocent to me.
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What on earth are you going to do to poor innocent minds when you do come along to a Melburnian Interferencers meet-up? Danny probably won't be allowed to come at this rate!
It's too late, she already got to Danny at the CH gig... and before that, too. I heard there was chocolate involved....
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Online people never believe me when I say I'm relatively innocent (and/or quiet)...

Online Ali and RL Alison are two different people...

Mind you, I did kinda run off at the mouth last Sunday. I think meeting U2 fans just has that effect.
Online and offline Axver are relatively the same. I think I might use 'fuck' a bit more often online. Though, still, I felt like I was swearing more than anyone on Sunday. I don't even notice it these days though. They're just words, who cares.

I think this postwhoring's innuendo is easily the most non-innocent thing I've done online.

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What on earth are you going to do to poor innocent minds when you do come along to a Melburnian Interferencers meet-up? Danny probably won't be allowed to come at this rate!
i was gentle with danny when i met him , i fed him lots of exotic chocolate .....


you have to be tender with the young uns ....



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I've got a freelance job tomorrow morning at some basketball tournament, so I need to get some sleep soon.
I was up til 5:30 last night.
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