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Did not know it no longer travels...that was sort of what made it different from the other festivals. Also, upon further reflection, I'm going to withdraw seeing NIN at the one I went too. I mainly remember AIC, Primus, Tool, Fishbone and RATM. Damn but that was a long time ago. I'm sure I did not go to the first one as I remember hearing about it and then attending one of the later ones.
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I know. I haven't had the A/C on in at least two weeks. Feels really strange.

Pussy. I don't ever turn on the AC at my house.

So my car has this occasional habit of not starting. I think I've figured out a "solution." If I don't press the brake pedal it starts no problem. Fuck I love my 20+-year-old car.
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I went to see "book of Mormon" last night. funniest thing I have ever seen. I almost burst from laughing.


all in all had a good weekend - took my daughters fishing, bbq with friends, drinks with friends, blueberry picking, drink with my wife at a nice bar, show. can't complain
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Yesterday some fools came up to me and said "You don't have honest faith in the Lord. If you did, you wouldn't have to wear all those colognes because you'd be scented with righteousness." I replied, "What kind of locution is 'scented with righteousness?' I'll tell you what kind, it's the kind a gay would use. You're the one who doesn't have honest faith!" They got flustered straightaway and had to admit I had the right of it.

This post made my day.
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This post made my day.

There was a "Space of Faith" conference in my neighborhood. Those people tend to get a little bit self-righteous, but you can always thwart them by suggesting that they might have gay inclinations. (They are very sensitive about that because, like many young men, they have yearned betimes for "companionship" with other males.)
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I am visiting Seattle next week for the first time. I can't wait to go to Starbucks.
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There was a "Space of Faith" conference in my neighborhood. Those people tend to get a little bit self-righteous, but you can always thwart them by suggesting that they might have gay inclinations. (They are very sensitive about that because, like many young men, they have yearned betimes for "companionship" with other males.)


For their entire life they have been told, that God hath said, carnal desires and enjoyment of flesh, ye shall not partake of it, neither shall ye touch it, lest ye die. At this point with all of the pent-up and suppressed sexual energy, they would take companionship from anyone...
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I am visiting Seattle next week for the first time. I can't wait to go to Starbucks.

I hear the baristas are extremely attractive, but also judgmental based upon your order.
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I am visiting Seattle next week for the first time. I can't wait to go to Starbucks.

How long you going to be here for?
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I am visiting Seattle next week for the first time. I can't wait to go to Starbucks.

Go to Dahlia Lounge (I assume it's still good).
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One week.
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One week.

Don't they have Kaladi Bros there? I know it's in Oregon. 

 

I ended up drinking 3 'large' ones a day. Came back to Phoenix having withdraws because Starbucks sucks.

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I know this is heretical but I spent a few months in the Seattle area about 12-13 years ago and was really not impressed with life there.
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Well, it is a city and I know how you feel about them generally.
post #33525 of 43882
Well, it is a city and I know how you feel about them generally.
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