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09-01-2012, 07:59 PM
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Can someone name me the song and artist in this video? I know the artist is something with Black, just can't put my finger on it.
The Black Keys - Lonely Boy

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Can someone name me the song and artist in this video? I know the artist is something with Black, just can't put my finger on it.
Lonely Boy by the Black Keys

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Guy on my EASHL team did this last week

http://www.easports.com/media/play/video/133029593
Nice lol. I played a game a month ago but the upload kept failing. I went tic tac toe with Vanek and Pominville thru 4 opposing players, then it went off the crossbar in

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Crikey mate!

I've been recommended for Bleacher Report's exclusive Featured Columnist Program! I've been there a week and a half, but have been so dedicated to it, they e-mailed me telling me that I'm being recommended for their fast-track admission to the program and I'll hear back within the week about a decision.

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Crikey mate!

I've been recommended for Bleacher Report's exclusive Featured Columnist Program! I've been there a week and a half, but have been so dedicated to it, they e-mailed me telling me that I'm being recommended for their fast-track admission to the program and I'll hear back within the week about a decision.



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Crikey mate!

I've been recommended for Bleacher Report's exclusive Featured Columnist Program! I've been there a week and a half, but have been so dedicated to it, they e-mailed me telling me that I'm being recommended for their fast-track admission to the program and I'll hear back within the week about a decision.



I'm ready to meet Hank!
Nice!

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Okay, time to change the direction of the music in this thread...

Well played sir.

Seventh Son is my favorite.

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http://www.madeinamericafest.com/

Jay Z playing live for another 30 mins

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And apparently Kanye West is there with him on stage

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Well played sir.

Seventh Son is my favorite.
I love that song and album.

I love all Iron Maiden albums, except for Blaze Bayley (never really listened to him).

The best vocal performance has to be the album Piece Of Mind, specifically Where Eagles Dare. My current favorite.

And the most underrated album is Somewhere In Time. Great Album.

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Saw them in June at Jones Beach. So. ****ing. Amazing.
Saw them in July at the Prudential Center. Same reaction.


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my music is so bad, it ain't even worth sharing. What are you people's professions? It's interesting to know just to get a sense people in general. I inevitably imagine a 14- 19 year old as a backpack carrying high school student that gets home at 3 and microwaves a pair of pizza pops. 20 - 24 are stressed university student. 25 - 30 are the ones that are renting and working at their young careers and being a loner. 31 - 40 are either the office workers or the couch potatoes. 41 - 50 suddenly becomes a doctor or a successful realtor. 51 - 60 are people that fishes in a boat all day long even though they may not catch any fishes. So professions and stereotypes do help in getting all of my stereotypical ageist schemas out of my mind

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my music is so bad, it ain't even worth sharing. What are you people's professions? It's interesting to know just to get a sense people in general. I inevitably imagine a 14- 19 year old as a backpack carrying high school student that gets home at 3 and microwaves a pair of pizza pops. 20 - 24 are stressed university student. 25 - 30 are the ones that are renting and working at their young careers and being a loner. 31 - 40 are either the office workers or the couch potatoes. 41 - 50 suddenly becomes a doctor or a successful realtor. 51 - 60 are people that fishes in a boat all day long even though they may not catch any fishes. So professions and stereotypes do help in getting all of my stereotypical ageist schemas out of my mind
26 years old, working for Manhattan Beer Distributions, home owner.

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22 y/o, certified athletic trainer (similar to a "physio" for you Canadians), headed to chiropractic school in October.

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= free beer?
+ home
= Party at your place for playoff hockey!

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22 y/o, certified athletic trainer (similar to a "physio" for you Canadians), headed to chiropractic school in October.
I was confused until I read physio, thanks! Made my Canadian life much easier!
chiropractology is pretty great money! In my Canadian medicare plan, chiropractic treatments were newly included in the plan and my friend's dad got rich soon after Perhaps you should move to CanadaLand after you finish Chiro school!


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What do you listen to? Dirty emo?

I've already shared my music...Pink Floyd is my favorite, have every one of their songs on my computer and phone.

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What do you listen to? Dirty emo?

I've already shared my music...Pink Floyd is my favorite, have every one of their songs on my computer and phone.
I've actually retired from listening to music that I don't approve of. Time to upgrade my music tastes... I've been trying out other people's favorite bands and music for the last few months. It's been Green Day, Rise Against and Slipknot since then!

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I've actually retired from listening to music that I don't approve of. Time to upgrade my music tastes... I've been trying out other people's favorite bands and music for the last few months. It's been Green Day, Rise Against and Slipknot since then!
Listen to Pink Floyd.

Do it.



Also, Green Day (especially early Green Day) and Rise Against are solid.

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Definitely listen to Pink Floyd. They are my all time favorite band, got into them when I was in elementary school when my Dad bought me The Wall and Wish You Were Here

Lately I've been into the Cure, I've been listening to Disintegration all summer

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Well, that's it. The last of my friends are gone for College.

I still have 2 people left, but Christ, I'm insanely depressed.

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time for some Exodus.
Everybody's doin' the toxic waltz
Kick your friend in the head and have a ball

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my music is so bad, it ain't even worth sharing. What are you people's professions? It's interesting to know just to get a sense people in general. I inevitably imagine a 14- 19 year old as a backpack carrying high school student that gets home at 3 and microwaves a pair of pizza pops. 20 - 24 are stressed university student. 25 - 30 are the ones that are renting and working at their young careers and being a loner. 31 - 40 are either the office workers or the couch potatoes. 41 - 50 suddenly becomes a doctor or a successful realtor. 51 - 60 are people that fishes in a boat all day long even though they may not catch any fishes. So professions and stereotypes do help in getting all of my stereotypical ageist schemas out of my mind
Turning 21 on the 17th, I'm a senior in college with an anticipated degree in Sports Management. I currently cut highlight packages for the NHL, NFL, MLS, AHL, and some NCAA schools, as well as doing other work with the NBA, WNBA, and the Premiere League. Every now and then I do work for tennis events, MSG Varsity, or some other type of sports event. I'm on the fast track to be a supervisor, hopefully a manager with a salary after that, and then I'll try my luck at getting some sort of a position with the NHL.

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Well, that's it. The last of my friends are gone for College.

I still have 2 people left, but Christ, I'm insanely depressed.
Me too. Well, no one has left for college but I'm just insanely depressed anyway It's... Nick right? or wait, It's Matt.

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