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Old 01-08-2006, 01:21 PM   #41
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Next to the "Hey Edge... beach ball..." it's the funniest U2 moment on any DVD yet.

That is the best part of the DVD! I love Larry's facial expressions!
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Old 01-08-2006, 01:23 PM   #42
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ah granted, and whats your view of him doing the "monkey" walk during popmart? cool i guess?
monkey walk?
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monkey walk?
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Old 01-08-2006, 08:22 PM   #44
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Um...are you completely forgetting about Slane? Rattle & Hum?
It's kinda weird for me because even though the Chicago concert is bloody fantastic, with a better setlist than Slane, I actually prefer Slane. To me Slane seemes kind of warmer, like the band seemed to connect more with the crowd. That's obvious because it's their home country but that's what I felt. I agree with shart1780 - Slane was more laid back, more relaxed. They seemed more comfortable, in a way.
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Old 01-08-2006, 08:28 PM   #45
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doing leg kicks in front of a giant staticy screen is cool, plastering yourself against a video screen of flashing colors is cool, walking in with a boxing entourage and doing some air punches is cool

pretending to pull lice out of your hair and eating it like a cat is weird
The whole posing thing is getting weirder. I detest the Chicago DVD. It is the most difficult one to watch and not just because of the bizarre camera angles.
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Yah. That thing. Strange -- cats do NOT eat lice. Ever.
Have I mentioned hat Bono can't dance to save his life?
Yah.
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but yet you did find him "cool" when he was doing these things during ZooTv and Popmart?
Unfortunately I haven't seen either of those.

And that's true when I think about it... cats don't eat lice. They can't possibly reach their head with their paws to pull lice out.
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Have I mentioned hat Bono can't dance to save his life?
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Not a new phenomenon. Check out my sig.
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