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spaceage (feel the love)
« on: April 21, 2007, 04:10:20 PM »

It should be fun to follow this for a day or two.

My guess is we (the royal we) won't make the trade.  Smiley

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« Reply #1 on: April 21, 2007, 04:14:59 PM »

Meh. I'm done with it. If the thread goes anywhere it'll be someone else carrying it.
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« Reply #2 on: April 21, 2007, 04:16:37 PM »

Good for you spacey.

I am amused that he seemingly has such a hard-on for you.
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« Reply #3 on: April 21, 2007, 04:17:45 PM »

Never say never.
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« Reply #4 on: April 21, 2007, 04:27:32 PM »

O'Reilly and Limbaugh listeners can't seem to grasp the fact that there's no hanging up on the caller on a message board, which leads to many exploding heads...
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« Reply #5 on: April 21, 2007, 04:33:39 PM »

Spacey,
Please just admit you are wrong so I can on living.  Dude, I thought we had something, we clicked, then you go and throw logical thinking into the mix and basically *fudge* everything up...what are you?  CENTER MASS DOES NOT KILL YOUR OLD MAN IS AN IDIOT I AM SORRY I EVER MET YOU.

PS Are you going to Morrissey?  I will be down the 8th and 9th if you want to have a drink or something.
PSS,  I'm Drunk
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« Reply #6 on: April 21, 2007, 04:40:31 PM »

PS Are you going to Morrissey?  I will be down the 8th and 9th if you want to have a drink or something.
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Morrissey, yes. (Section 125, row 1.) We're going in a pretty big sized group so I'm not 100% certain what the plans are, but I suspect we'll go somewhere prior to the show for some drinks, and possibly afterwards depending on how late it goes. (Odds are fair that we'll end up next door at The Puck.) If for some reason we can't make the night of the show work, I can certainly make the 9th work. As soon as I know what we're doing, I'll let you know.
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Re: spaceage (feel the love)
« Reply #7 on: April 21, 2007, 04:41:09 PM »

Spacey,
Please just admit you are wrong so I can on living.  Dude, I thought we had something, we clicked, then you go and throw logical thinking into the mix and basically *fudge* everything up...what are you?  CENTER MASS DOES NOT KILL YOUR OLD MAN IS AN IDIOT I AM SORRY I EVER MET YOU.

PS Are you going to Morrissey?  I will be down the 8th and 9th if you want to have a drink or something.
PSS,  I'm Drunk

lmao.  that could make a great .sig for me some days  Grin
(not today, though, I'm on my third cup of coffee today.  lotsa coding to do.)
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« Reply #8 on: April 21, 2007, 06:08:46 PM »

PS Are you going to Morrissey?  I will be down the 8th and 9th if you want to have a drink or something.
PSS,  I'm Drunk
Morrissey, yes. (Section 125, row 1.) We're going in a pretty big sized group so I'm not 100% certain what the plans are, but I suspect we'll go somewhere prior to the show for some drinks, and possibly afterwards depending on how late it goes. (Odds are fair that we'll end up next door at The Puck.) If for some reason we can't make the night of the show work, I can certainly make the 9th work. As soon as I know what we're doing, I'll let you know.
I know we'll start and end and @ the Puck...my wife knows the owners well.  I am going with my wife, a friend and her hubby.  My friend and I are both huge Morrissey and Smiths fans, her hubby and my wife, besides the Buffy theme song, have never heard of them, so I am not expecting much beyond my own enjoyment. 

Let me know if you guys come up something...If nothing else, the fact that we are both going to the same show should merit a drink.  BTW still drunk, playing in a dart tournament and kicking ass.
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Re: spaceage (feel the love)
« Reply #9 on: April 21, 2007, 06:13:10 PM »

PS Are you going to Morrissey?  I will be down the 8th and 9th if you want to have a drink or something.
PSS,  I'm Drunk
Morrissey, yes. (Section 125, row 1.) We're going in a pretty big sized group so I'm not 100% certain what the plans are, but I suspect we'll go somewhere prior to the show for some drinks, and possibly afterwards depending on how late it goes. (Odds are fair that we'll end up next door at The Puck.) If for some reason we can't make the night of the show work, I can certainly make the 9th work. As soon as I know what we're doing, I'll let you know.
I know we'll start and end and @ the Puck...my wife knows the owners well.  I am going with my wife, a friend and her hubby.  My friend and I are both huge Morrissey and Smiths fans, her hubby and my wife, besides the Buffy theme song, have never heard of them, so I am not expecting much beyond my own enjoyment. 

Let me know if you guys come up something...If nothing else, the fact that we are both going to the same show should merit a drink.  BTW still drunk, playing in a dart tournament and kicking ass.
We'll figure something out. I doubt it's too hard of a sell to get my friends to go to the Puck. Having gone to a Moz show with people who don't know him or his music, I'll counsel you to go ahead and expect that your wife will not enjoy it much.
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« Reply #10 on: April 21, 2007, 06:21:58 PM »

PS Are you going to Morrissey?  I will be down the 8th and 9th if you want to have a drink or something.
PSS,  I'm Drunk
Morrissey, yes. (Section 125, row 1.) We're going in a pretty big sized group so I'm not 100% certain what the plans are, but I suspect we'll go somewhere prior to the show for some drinks, and possibly afterwards depending on how late it goes. (Odds are fair that we'll end up next door at The Puck.) If for some reason we can't make the night of the show work, I can certainly make the 9th work. As soon as I know what we're doing, I'll let you know.
I know we'll start and end and @ the Puck...my wife knows the owners well.  I am going with my wife, a friend and her hubby.  My friend and I are both huge Morrissey and Smiths fans, her hubby and my wife, besides the Buffy theme song, have never heard of them, so I am not expecting much beyond my own enjoyment. 

Let me know if you guys come up something...If nothing else, the fact that we are both going to the same show should merit a drink.  BTW still drunk, playing in a dart tournament and kicking ass.
We'll figure something out. I doubt it's too hard of a sell to get my friends to go to the Puck. Having gone to a Moz show with people who don't know him or his music, I'll counsel you to go ahead and expect that your wife will not enjoy it much.
Done allready figured that out.  Seems from I have read, looks to be a pretty good set though...."How Soon is Now" leads it out and my Wife knows that one.
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