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07-29-2009, 08:03 PM
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Dorval circle and turcott interchange. Its gonna be traffic hell in Montreal for a few years.
Yeah but it's already hell in there. It will be set up for years to come after that. Dorval circle is one of the worst designed highway exchange in the world. I'd put money on that.

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Yeah but it's already hell in there. It will be set up for years to come after that. Dorval circle is one of the worst designed highway exchange in the world. I'd put money on that.
I honestly didn't see anything wrong with it until I got stuck in traffic on cote de liesse.

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I honestly didn't see anything wrong with it until I got stuck in traffic on cote de liesse.
I'm thinking more of strangers who drive there for the first time. It's worst than a puzzle.

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I'm thinking more of strangers who drive there for the first time. It's worst than a puzzle.
Oh that's true too, people seem lost over there sometimes.

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Hate dorval circle with a royal passion
Got a dam ticket there for a yellow light... my ex used to live there..

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OT: Trying to find the name to a French song...help please!

I heard a song once, about ten years ago (Yeah...I know!!0 while I was with a girl I'd met and I really want to hear it again... problem is... I don't remember THAT much about it. What I remember is that it had lyrics like "alors ils pleur pour rien" or something similar and the video ...it was on musique plus, was during the wnter and had wolves running around in the snow... thought it might be Jean Leloup but I'm probably wrong.

Anybody know what the hell I'm talking about here?? hehe

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I heard a song once, about ten years ago (Yeah...I know!!0 while I was with a girl I'd met and I really want to hear it again... problem is... I don't remember THAT much about it. What I remember is that it had lyrics like "alors ils pleur pour rien" or something similar and the video ...it was on musique plus, was during the wnter and had wolves running around in the snow... thought it might be Jean Leloup but I'm probably wrong.

Anybody know what the hell I'm talking about here?? hehe
Sorry can't help you mate, but this part seems funny

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Okoume - La lune pleure

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Okoume - La lune pleure
Nice wolves in the background.

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jean batailleur ?

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"La vallée des réputations" or "Le roi se meurt" by Jean Leloup?

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Okoume - La lune pleure
Yeah, that was also my idea...

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La lune pleure et dans son coeur la folie
De reprendre sa vie changer ce pays en oubli
Quand elle s'endort elle rêve encore d'étrangers
Il est trop tard pour la juger, elle est tombée dans le guêpier

Alors elle dit : Tout va bien
Elle n'a pas peur de s'enfoncer plus loin
Alors elle pleure et dans ses yeux bleus
Une lueur plus brûlante que le feu

Son passé un peu chambardé lui saute au nez
Elle ne peut même plus respirer l'air qu'on lui a donné
Trois jours plus tard, elle tient encore son ennui
Elle s'est caché dedans sa voûte aux parois fatiguées

Alors elle dit : Tout va bien
Elle n'a pas peur de s'enfoncer plus loin
Alors elle pleure et dans ses yeux bleus
Une lueur plus brûlante que le feu

Plus le temps passe, plus elle vieillit elle aussi
Sa vie se passe comme un glacier dont la fonte est précipitée

Alors elle dit : Tout va bien
Elle n'a pas peur de s'enfoncer plus loin
Alors elle pleure et dans ses yeux bleus
Une lueur plus brûlante que le feu

Alors elle dit : Tout va bien
Elle n'a pas peur de s'enfoncer plus loin
Alors elle pleure et dans ses yeux bleus
Une lueur plus brûlante que le feu

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Okoume - La lune pleure
Le gangant!!!! Thanks everybody

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Le gangant!!!! Thanks everybody
Funny because a few weeks ago, for some reasons, that song came into my mind and me and a few friends were singing it on the street going to a bar.

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Talking about french music, I'll admit I'm not a huge fan BUT... In some cases you just make exceptions


Caroline Néron - Colle-toi à moi





Okok, there are a few more songs that i like out there.

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La lune pleure is a damn great song.

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OT: walt disney

im thinking of going to walt disney and i got a few questions haha if any of you have been and is september a good time to go? and whats best way to book or plan this everytime i go on the walt disney site they transfer me to the us one took book it


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Walt Disney in Orlando, right?

I went there in early June and there was still a decent amount of people.

I recommend going during months when school is in, so September is good. However, that's Hurricane season so it could be a risk.

We reserved everything - plane tickets, hotel, park hopper tickets, etc - using a travel agent like 5-6 months in advance.

We flew out of Burlington VT to avoid the whole customs at the airport ordeal.


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ok cool what travel agent did you use and roughly how much per person was it ps only be 2 adults

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You gotta try Mission: SPACE at Epcot.

http://disneyworld.disney.go.com/par...mission-space/

Found it really awesome when I went 4-5y ago.

Sorry for not answering your main question tho.

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Walt Disney is a person, not a place.

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Walt Disney is a person, not a place.
Yeah agreed, don't call it Walt Disney, you'll look like a tourist. Call it Disney World instead.

I've been there many times, you can't really go wrong at any park. Universal is good as well.

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You gotta try Mission: SPACE at Epcot.

http://disneyworld.disney.go.com/par...mission-space/

Found it really awesome when I went 4-5y ago.

Sorry for not answering your main question tho.
This is one is not for the faint of heart.

I actually went into that with my sunglasses on (don't ask how or why I did it) and somehow felt OK after it as seeing it through shades seemed to reduce the effects of it...on the other hand my dad and my brother were basically KO'd for 20 minutes after it. And they did every other crazy ride at WDW without much trouble.

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I thought the ride was pretty tame. It was fun, but tame.

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I went there when I was like 8. I remember that it was very fun.

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