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Anathema unplugged in Vienna?

Discussion in 'Anathema' started by DragonLady1, Nov 3, 2004.

  1. DragonLady1

    DragonLady1 Firesoul

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    :err: boyband? I'm not that specialized in boybands that I could tell so :loco:
     
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    @Bastet: I dunno, I only read the novel. Start with Timbuktu maybe, or The Music of Chance, I've read these two novels by Auster.
     
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    Haha, now that's a lie :tickled:

    But I didn't mean any specific boyband, just boybands in general.
     
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    Bastet ironing...

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    i'll give 'em a try.
     
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    glad you enjoyed the weekend :) (and sorry for tearing your ear off on Friday :ill: )
    ((wee, what about this April thingy, by the way?))
     
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    Oh, yes, thank you for the organization and the tikkets too.

    Yeah, Anathema seem to visit Hungary a bit more frequently this season. :D
     
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    Abcidia Finest taste

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    I almost died getting up there, i was so tired when i reached to the top.
    I went to Viena last april and i so liked it. It is beatiful.
     
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    DragonLady1 Firesoul

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    hehe yes its a bit a longer walk, doesnt seem so tho... we nearly went up there too but considering the cold and the hangover we decided not to go at the end ;)
     
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    I don't remember if I went up there or not :(
     
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    Allan New Metal Member

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    New York trilogy
     
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    I've always wanted to get it too. But books are too expensive :( even though I love buying English books.
     
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    wahh don't even mention that...
    sometimes I really get frightened in the university library when I pick a book and find the price on it... Once I found a book with a sticker on it that said about 80 pounds :ill: first I was about to drop it, but the next thing that came to my mind was that after dropping I will surely have to pay for it :erk:
     
  13. Maqus

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    How do you mean dropping? Like nicking?

    Our library gave away some books, that's how I got your behated Norton Anthologies too, hehe.
     
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    no, I mean accidentally letting it fall because of the huge surprise of seeing its price
     
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    I don't hate Northon anthology by the way... ok, maybe I do. at least the paper it's made of is rubbish...
    and I could not look at it with a happy face after having to carry them in my backpack for a whole day :ill:
    but I can't say anything about its content for I haven't read every little piece of writing in it. just a few.
     
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    Bastet ironing...

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    thanks, wrote all the titles in my little notebook. next time i go to the library i'll know what to choose.

    so what's the price of books in hungary? compared to a cd for instance?
     
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    I hate Norton's, not very comfy reading a book that's so massive. And those thin beyon belief pages.
     
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    About the same, really. 10-16 euros on average. I know it's the usual price all over Europe, the problem is the average income is like two or three times less.
     
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    i think it's more like 15-20 euros over here for both of them. you may be right about the income, yeah.
     

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