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#1 Old 04-12-2010, 10:47 PM
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Oh, oh I'm going.



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I just might die. But then, at least, I can die a happy girl. I'm going to be checking the internet like a freakshow for ticket (sale) information.
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#2 Old 04-13-2010, 12:17 AM
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Yeah, I just saw this somewhere else. I would love to go but I won't. Mostly because I don't want to venture into the big city and brave the crowds by myself. I need a concert buddy.

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He's coming to Vancouver in December! I'm so excited, I missed him last time.

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#4 Old 07-23-2010, 11:51 AM
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Oh you're going. You're going all right.



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Hey, a tour stop in my part of the woods! Ticks start at $55 and I am pretty much broke ... and accessible seating at that arena could be better ... and I saw him on the Radio KAOS tour ... and some other guy doing Dave's guitar just doesn't seem right some how ...

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I'd love to go, but the gigs in Manchester and Dublin (would be closest to me) will overlap with my final exams! Baaad times
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October 1st!!!!! CAN NOT WAIT! I saw him a few years ago and he was incredible. The old dog's still got it!

Also, another tasty tid bit - Mr. Waters and Mr. Gilmour recently played a gig together and Gilmour has agreed to do one show on The Wall tour. Well one song, Comfortable Numb, at one show (for now). Which show is a mystery as of yet. I'm hoping that he does this one show has a major epiphany and decides to do more. I would die a hapy woman if I could see that.

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I'm still a huge Pink Floyd fan, but I went right off Roger Waters as a person when I saw him on a pro-hunt march on the news, and learned how he believes people have the right to kill animals for sport.
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It's a shame about Waters' hunting views but I still totally love his music.

I'm seeing him in London from what I'm pretty sure is the front freakin' row! B)

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Seeing Pink Floyd would come a close 3rd for me, after seeing The Beatles or Led Zeppelin live
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It's a shame about Waters' hunting views but I still totally love his music.

I'm seeing him in London from what I'm pretty sure is the front freakin' row! B)

GAH! London! I have a funny feeling you'll be the lucky one that get's to see Gilmour too.

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Vegas floor seats for me, eeeeeeeeeeeeek! as';lkaspdksal';dak'ls'a;
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LIKE! When I saw him a few years ago, I went all out and had third row seats. This time around, semi nosebleeds, but I'm still so excited just to be there!

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GAH! London! I have a funny feeling you'll be the lucky one that get's to see Gilmour too.

I don't think I'd be able to contain myself if Gilmour turns up.

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FRIDAY!!!! I'm so giddy. The show is getting amazing reviews!

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^ Enjoy! I've got to wait until May!

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Thanks, and I'm sure it will be well worth the wait!

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video from last nights show!

http://www.youtube.com/user/AthinaBobina?feature=mhsn

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i'm going.

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#20 Old 12-01-2010, 11:00 PM
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Uh...
most amazing show in the history of time?
For me, UNDOUBTEDLY.

Unreal. I keep crying just thinking about it :') <3
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Uh...
most amazing show in the history of time?
For me, UNDOUBTEDLY.

Unreal. I keep crying just thinking about it :') <3

Damn you. Just damn you and your salty tears of joy.

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Uh...
most amazing show in the history of time?
For me, UNDOUBTEDLY.

Unreal. I keep crying just thinking about it :') <3

I totally cried when he showed the image of the little girl and her father.

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#23 Old 03-22-2012, 01:54 PM
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**bump**

I'm going agaaaaaaaaain, in May! Anyone else catching it this time around? (psst - here's looking at you, Dedalus!)
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I HAVE to convince my dad to come to this with me. I remember him telling me about seeing their first tour of The Wall, back in the day before I was around. I wished I could see it. And now there's hope!
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#25 Old 03-22-2012, 03:31 PM
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I HAVE to convince my dad to come to this with me. I remember him telling me about seeing their first tour of The Wall, back in the day before I was around. I wished I could see it. And now there's hope!

Oh, my. Do eeeeeeet! Do it do it do it. I can't stress that enough! I never in my life thought I'd see The Wall live, and when I first saw it back in 2010, I thought it would never happen again - and here we are! Convince away, Limes!
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