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Why does nothing shock me anymore?

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It's just so easy to get behind. Once I'm behind, I'll just say **** it and not continue watching. That's the kind of lazy person I can be at times.
I watch very few shows weekly. It's more of a Netflix or On Demand type thing. For example, the wife and I are watching Spartacus season 3 whenever we have a chance now. Season 4 starts in a few days I believe.

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I watch Impractical Jokers, Hardcore Pawn, The Burn with Jeff Ross, and occassional reruns of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.

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I'm really into this shameless show. Its the UK version

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01-23-2013, 11:47 AM
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My company is such a joke. We got a new credit card processing merchant last night at midnight. Go to buy a sample for $5.50 to make sure it works. Add sample to my cart, go check out, I live less than 5 miles from the warehouse/store it'd be shipped out of. These are my only shipping options:

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Not only would I never consider something outrageous like this, but not only that, I'd never go to that website ever again.

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I hate when people or companies pull chicken **** BS like that.

My favorite is eBay sellers putting auction prices at $2.99 with $24.99 shipping or something awful.

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Imma pay 20 bucks for a cd by Bastille and probably pay another 20 for shipping. Though its comin from England.

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I hate when people or companies pull chicken **** BS like that.

My favorite is eBay sellers putting auction prices at $2.99 with $24.99 shipping or something awful.
It's literally a sample of fabric, that 99% of the time we ship out in a regular ass envelope with a $0.42 stamp on it... I purposely avoid companies/eBay sellers like that and make a point to never order from them. No chance in hell I pay that for shipping, absolutely ridiculous.

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Pearl Jam will be playing Wrigley Field on July 19th.

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Pearl Jam will be playing Wrigley Field on July 19th.
Carmen, Jurko, and Harry were making a big deal about this yesterday... any reason why?


Oh, and I took my mom to a concert in Wrigley last year for mothers day (some crappy country show)... the sound was beyond terrible. Place had already started emptying out well before it was over because of how bad the sound was. We stayed on a rooftop for the all you can drink, but my mom had multiple friends in field, stands, upper-deck, etc.... Not a single one stayed for even most of the concert the sound was so bad.

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It's a big deal because it's their only NA show. And that surprises me. I've seen Paul McCartney, Roger Waters, and Billy Joel at Wrigley and the sound has always been fantastic. Paul McCartney was one of the best concerts I've been to infact.

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Wrigley and Wrigley only for all of NA? Damn... What's the deal with that?


And yeah, can't remember the guys who were part of the country tour, but it was some of the biggest names in country... then again I guess that's pretty obvious given a small act isn't going to get Wrigley as a venue in the middle of the baseball. It was still fun and worth it, though. Great beer selection at the one we were at, especially for all you can drink. Not sure how the food was, didn't eat while there but it looked decent enough.

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It's a big deal because it's their only NA show. And that surprises me. I've seen Paul McCartney, Roger Waters, and Billy Joel at Wrigley and the sound has always been fantastic. Paul McCartney was one of the best concerts I've been to infact.
That Roger Waters show was frigging awesome.

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01-23-2013, 01:57 PM
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Billy Joel? You couldn't pay me to see him.

Would love to see Pearl Jam. I would hope Vedder would do his Cubs song there, too, as a nice touch.

Also, someone did something hilarious to a random keyboard. However, it's drug-related. I'm not sure if I can post a picture since it is a reference. Damn funny.

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Billy Joel? You couldn't pay me to see him.

Would love to see Pearl Jam. I would hope Vedder would do his Cubs song there, too, as a nice touch.

Also, someone did something hilarious to a random keyboard. However, it's drug-related. I'm not sure if I can post a picture since it is a reference. Damn funny.
Billy Joel puts on a great show. Saw him and Elton John in a dueling piano concert. One would play 3-4 songs, then they'd play a song or two together, other would play a few songs solo... play each others songs solo. It was really really cool.

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That's not my jersey, but I got a blank one of these at a Goodwill for $5 Monday. It was amazing. Great condition. Steal of a deal. I always stop into thrift shops once in awhile to look for cool sports stuff that looks like it has never been used.

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BTW, I just think Billy Joel's music sucks.

For those who like him, I can only imagine it's a great concert.

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You can pay me to go.
Be realistic.

Only artist I hate more than anything is ****ing Bruno mars. Hate him so ****ing much. ****ing **** ass piece of ****

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eh, so yet another summer with a ****ty stage mark across the grass while the Cubs are "competing."

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Billy Joel? You couldn't pay me to see him.

Would love to see Pearl Jam. I would hope Vedder would do his Cubs song there, too, as a nice touch.

Also, someone did something hilarious to a random keyboard. However, it's drug-related. I'm not sure if I can post a picture since it is a reference. Damn funny.
Joel is twice the showman Pearl Jam is

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And Pearl Jam is twice the artist.

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Pearl jam is so overrated.

Dear god.

Vedder's voice is absolutely terrible and he needs to stop thinking he is a rock god

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I don't really like Pearl Jam all that much.

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