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Just got home from a 3 1/2 hour concert check the stub
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post #2 of 21 Old 05-25-2008, 10:52 PM Thread Starter
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Holy $hite they were friggin awesome they even had an intermission never have i seen that at a rock show.

Even after 3 1/2 hours they still did not play some of there bigger hits like

Closer to the heart
Big money
Time stands still

But still awesome and Neal Peart foggetaboutit...

I'm a pretty decent drummer but he is a GOD...

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That is awesome!! I wish I was there! Rush is one of my favorite bands.

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Sounds like it was an awesome concert

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Couldn't you have snuck Pete and I through the back door?

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ooooooooh, you're so lucky!!

my brother LOVES Rush, they only came to Brazil once to do 3 concerts (Porto Alegre, Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo), my brother went on 2 of them, those were the biggest audiences Rush ever had!

they are incredible, and Neal Peart is the best, no one compares to him!

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oooooops, seems like the forum is making me post multiple replies!

please erase it!

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I'm thinking hard whether I know Rush or not. I think I have heard them before, but I may also be confused with Bush, whom I KNOW I have heard play (live at Pinkpop 2002) and are pretty cool.

I'm really confused now
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oooooops, seems like the forum is making me post multiple replies!

please erase it!
Just trying to pad your post count?

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By the way about the thread title... "Tom Sawyer" is on my Must-read list of books that I still need to buy (and read ofcourse)

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By the way about the thread title... "Tom Sawyer" is on my Must-read list of books that I still need to buy (and read ofcourse)

*this is my 900th post. Yay*
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer is a great book, you can download it for free here:
http://www.gutenberg.org/wiki/Main_Page
Just type "Tom Sawyer" in the title search. You can even download it in Dutch.

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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer is a great book, you can download it for free here:
http://www.gutenberg.org/wiki/Main_Page
Just type "Tom Sawyer" in the title search. You can even download it in Dutch.
Wow, that's pretty cool.

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Wow, that's pretty cool.
Yeah, its a great site. I've downloaded lots of books from there.

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I'm checking it out right now.

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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer is a great book, you can download it for free here:
http://www.gutenberg.org/wiki/Main_Page
Just type "Tom Sawyer" in the title search. You can even download it in Dutch.
Thanx Pete, but I don't want to download. I'm a real bookophile. I absolutely love books. I want to touch the paper and feel the texture and smell the glue that holds the book together when I read it. I borrowd Huck Finn from a friend of mine and the book was small but it felt great. Too bad I couldn't finish it... but it's again on my Wanted list. It may take me a while, but one day I will have and read all these books... and some more that I allready have, like all Sherlock Holmes (right up untill the Reichenbach Falls, not after that), The Odyssey Iliad and by Homer and the complete works of Shakespeare, all Stephen Fry books and Moby Dick

The rest of my list in another topic
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Ah yes good ol Ferrarilife we start with a rock concert end with a novel by Mark Twain ... I love it

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Ah yes good ol Ferrarilife we start with a rock concert end with a novel by Mark Twain ... I love it
I think that is the closest we've ever stayed on topic. hehe

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Ah yes good ol Ferrarilife we start with a rock concert end with a novel by Mark Twain ... I love it
The thread has a deceptive title !!!! what was I to do?
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Well Night Life was kind of in a difficult position. He did title it "Tom Sawyer" and we did stay pretty much on topic ending up with Mark Twain. We did pretty good. What wild tangents would this thread have gone on if he had titled it "Rush"?

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We did pretty good. What wild tangents would this thread have gone on if he had titled it "Rush"?
I'm actually pretty proud of the guys... with a title like Rush the thread would have gone way off the deep end. A rush in and all by itself so to speak. Or it would have gone up in smoke. Which can also be quite a rush (I'm dutch, I've done my small share of semi-legal experiments with smoke ). Another possibility is that the thread would get fired up. Fire is also a good rush...
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