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  1. you can NEVER get enough of Green Day!!!!! I recommend Bullet In A Bible... Rock on Liberal America!!!!!!!'' Best Always, blu
  2. How wonderful...vunder-whatwhatever-German! You rock KJPalmer...hands down..life must be good for you having all these material things at your disposal.... Best always, blu
  3. omg...you guys are insane.. Gotta love the fact that you have so much bling to blow.... always love, blu
  4. Jack Johnson: In Between Dreams + On And On...
  5. I'm listening to Telemann - 6 Trios 1718 - Camerata Koln (edited to add: SP/707) Best, blu
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    Most american tv is crap... and I'm sorry you're importing such stuff. TV like that is made for people who don't have better things to do in their down-time, like making minidisc recordings and such... Best, blu
  7. My darkest view of this conversation is: This is an ironic and combustible conversation now...because...most (if not all) of the minidisc topics HAVE been discussed...really, there's not much more to talk about that already hasn't been covered if we really think about it: it's out there somewhere on this board or the internet already. And we're like hungry and bored dogs waiting for a new type of dogbone and the truth is...we've kind of been thrown all the bones that exist (thanks Sony)... and some of us have chewed them up and spit them out, while others have just happened upon the scene... It's the end of minidisc I'm afraid and this is the unfortunate kind of end of such a scene... Best, blu
  8. ^ Haha, LUCKY! You're outfit is SWEET...I Bet you're able to go real fast in that outfit...I was wondering if you made those sleeves out of Proban or Nomex or some other kind of SWEET material...I bet you get a lot of applause when you're racing with those SWEET sleeves...gosh!!!! LUCKY!!! Best, blu
  9. I bought a SWEET Napoleon Dynomite keychain. It's orange and plastic and has a fab photo of Napoleon on the face with six buttons that sound-off vaious lines from the movie...."liger...it's pretty much my favorite animal, it's like a lion and a tiger mixed...bred for it's skills in magic..." "I like your sleeves, they're real big..." etc... It's classic! Best, blu
  10. Sorry Alexx, I meant that in a light and joking way with a smile...but now reading my post again I can see if it wasn't read as such (should have inserted a smile or two!) Anyways, I do agree with what you are saying here. And I've given it some thought...I think it boils down to the fact that there are people who are absolutely content with reading board faqs and old threads, while others want to "feel" a part of a conversation...they want to have an active discussion about thier concerns and needs and solutions to thier problems. And when that doesn't occur, it kind of stifles their enthusiasm or exacerbates their frustration...when all they wanted to hear is someone recognize thier post. It's a balancing act though, from my experience. I've had topics go down in history with no responses, topics locked because they've been discussed before, and have been directed to links as well (on other boards)...whatever! And then, other times, people are so helpful...whatever! Anyways, just know you are not alone with what you are feeling... Best always, blu
  11. I'm listening to In Between Dreams by Jack Johnson (SP/707)... Best, blu
  12. Ohh, don't cry Alexx! This happens on all boards, I'm afraid. But most people are cool (aside from the ego-uber-posters and ego-moderators...everywhere!) But let me tell you...the best offense for that kind of ego is just to simply say at the beginning of any post: Please don't tell me to search the forums, I have a concern about x,y, and z...please help. And if any board is so rude to deny you a response after that...then, they need to sit together and rot in their horrible anti-social dregs. It's really funny how someone with like 8 thousand posts can tell someone to look something up when they themselves have commented on numerous threads about some similar topics! How ironic!!!! Hope this helps...I'm certainly not bonafide here...just trying to get along as well and have a rapport....btw, Can you please tell me what thread or topic you need addressed...I will certainly try and help!!! Best always, blu
  13. A borrowed dvd from a friend: The Machinist. Absoolutely dark, psychological and well-acted. Brilliant reality-dischord flick...but couldn't stop but feeling that there was going to be a "john nash" moment at any time. And the score reminded me terribly of Hitchcock (in a good way)...perhaps Vertigo? (one of my all time favs, btw). All good though...if you liked Memento et al, you will like this one. Also, watched Mulholland Dr. again tonight...fantastico! Lynch rocks! edited for spelling... Best always, blu
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