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11-15-2012, 12:56 PM
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anyone have a Zedphone hat? Im looking for a wireless beanie so I can listen to music at work under the radar . Im looking for a review but I cant find any

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The professor is? or Bob? or the love connection?

Also, I guess I was right about Bob being a charming fellow

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Part of the lineup for the benefit concert at MSG was announced. Stacked. Gonna try to go.


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ALL STAR LINE UP FOR “12-12-12” TO INCLUDE
JON BON JOVI, BILLY JOEL, ALICIA KEYS, PAUL McCARTNEY, BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN & THE E STREET BAND,
ROGER WATERS, KANYE WEST, AND THE WHO
WITH MORE ARTISTS TO BE ANNOUNCED

“12-12-12” Will Be A One Night Only Fundraising Concert
At Madison Square Garden
To Benefit The Robin Hood Relief Fund To Aid The Victims Of Hurricane Sandy

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11-15-2012, 03:01 PM
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Part of the lineup for the benefit concert at MSG was announced. Stacked. Gonna try to go.
Stack Attack.

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Amazingly, all of those are good except for Bon Jovi in my opinion. I like every other artists there.

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Bruce Springsteen.

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Bruce Springsteen.
Don't insult The Boss.

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Don't insult The Boss.
Sorry, can't stand him.

I think he's a terrible vocalist.

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Sorry, can't stand him.

I think he's a terrible vocalist.
I'm not overly familiar with Bruce's music (Kind of sand to think about that, I should get on that) but from what I can gather... His voice is more of the passion behind it and the music than pure vocal talent.

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I'm not overly familiar with Bruce's music (Kind of sand to think about that, I should get on that) but from what I can gather... His voice is more of the passion behind it and the music than pure vocal talent.
I've heard him before. Doesn't do anything for me.

I do like vocalists who aren't talented (Dave Mustaine, David Lee Roth, Ozzy Osbourne), but I don't see Springsteen's passion.

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11-15-2012, 09:36 PM
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At 7pm on Saturday, November 24th, join some of hockey’s greatest including Brad Richards, Ryan Callahan, Scott Hartnell, Simon Gagne, Kimmo Timonen and other surprise guests at Boardwalk Hall!

All proceeds benefiting the American Red Cross, the New Jersey Hurricane Relief Fund and the Empire State Relief Fund.
The biggest winners of the night will be those who were affected by Hurricane Sandy.

HELP US MAKE THE GOAL! Tickets go on sale at 10am on 11/16. Get yours now at- http://het.bz/fkuxO

Wish they didn't make this the same night as the Michigan/Cornell game at MSG. Would've gone.

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11-15-2012, 09:47 PM
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Wish they didn't make this the same night as the Michigan/Cornell game at MSG. Would've gone.
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I like trains.

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I like trains.
A lot of people do actually. No one likes planes or other modes of transportation as much as train although I know a group of people who literally chase buses as if they're celebrities.

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I like trains.
Not a doubt in my mind I'd rather fly. There is a WORLD of difference between flying from Buffalo to JFK versus taking a train from Depew to Penn Station.

I've done the train maybe 5 times, plane upwards of 15 I'm sure.

This cover is amazing. I hear it pretty often on the XM station Lithium, finally remembered to look it up...



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Not a doubt in my mind I'd rather fly. There is a WORLD of difference between flying from Buffalo to JFK versus taking a train from Depew to Penn Station.

I've done the train maybe 5 times, plane upwards of 15 I'm sure.

This cover is amazing. I hear it pretty often on the XM station Lithium, finally remembered to look it up...

I like trains. theyre enjoyable and the crews on amtrak know me pretty well on the 8 AM from Depew and the 10:15 from NYC lol.

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11-16-2012, 02:24 PM
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Planes are cooler.

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11-16-2012, 04:34 PM
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I'm a train person over a plane person as well. It's the feeling of unity with the train and moving through time and space as one entity. Gazing out into the openness that lies ahead and being able to see the distance traveled with your own eyes is something truly extraordinarily better than merely travelling from one destination to another inside the cabin of a closed off plane. Besides, as good as business class and first class can be on planes, the stuff they have on the nice trains is truly a luxury afforded by none other than the innovations in modern luxurology and one that cannot be bested by plane food and the uptight atmosphere of a plane.

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Your pseudo-poetic genius forgot one simple detail.

Planes leave the ****ing ground and somehow through the powers of technology manage to stay up in the air despite being several tons of metal, all while offering the most unrivaled view of Earth short of being an Astronaut.

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11-16-2012, 05:13 PM
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Your pseudo-poetic genius forgot one simple detail.

Planes leave the ****ing ground and somehow through the powers of technology manage to stay up in the air despite being several tons of metal, all while offering the most unrivaled view of Earth short of being an Astronaut.

Lawyered.
The technology is one thing that I don't really have a mind for it's nice and all but at the end of the day, a buffet of fresh fruits and smoked salmon with bottomless champagne trumps science for me boy, that came across as ignorant but what can I say? JCresty is a simple guy. No wings required to lift his spirit and no view more majestic than the mental image of being a part of the vastness of the land and sea that one can only have a distorted glimpse of from the view of a plane.

JCresty and Bob Richards in "Modes of transportation war"

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There is no war. Planes have been fitted with all kinds of automatic weapons and homing missiles.

Hell, I'd take a WWI Biplane over any train.

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11-16-2012, 05:21 PM
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Also, the "We have Thomas the Tank Engine" argument doesn't count. It isn't fair.

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11-16-2012, 05:32 PM
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I actually don't even like trains I just like the idea of having a buffet of fruits and fine things to eat. If anything, my heart for modes of transportation belongs to the battle ostrich, if one existed.

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Had a great birthday! (It's really tomorrow, but technically it's already the 17th in Austria where I was born, so I already celebrate at night)

Dumpling in Chinatown with friends. Check
Amazing cake. Check
Blops and Xcom. Check
5th row tickets for frozen apple. Check
All night gaming and food. Coming right up
Most homework I've had over a single weekend ever. ****

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11-16-2012, 05:53 PM
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I was served the most amazing turkey sandwich on a train. It had Bacon. Lots of it. The turkey was piled high. Amtrak's Lake Shore Limited and Empire Builder lines are truly amazing when you go through the scenery and everything.

In other news, my birthday is right now (In Sweden at least.) All my buddies from there blew my facebook wall and phone up.

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