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burn_your_eyes
Life In Christ
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38/F/IN


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February 2 2005 10:29 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Originally posted by:xDEVILx

thats what GOD will do to you



lame.
XxMhari JanexX
mhariJANE
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29/F/LA


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March 8 2005 5:44 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
I LOVE their new stuff better than their old stuff. I do like the old, but I do enjoy the new way better. I love the screaming, the vocals, lyrics, if I had to give this band a grade A effin +!!! They are my favorite band and I think they are badass!
XxEastCoastPAHCxX
2GetherForeverUnit
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32/M/PA


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March 13 2005 2:31 AM   QuickQuote Quote  
oh god can everyone just shut there cum guzzlers and quit bitchin.. who cares who thinks what... they got a new singer. common sense tells ya theres going to be a change...yes this album isn't nearly as heavy, but who gives a rats ass.. change isn't always bad, and its not always good..if you record the same material over and over it gets boring. therefore its bad.. they changed for the better.. fuck you end of subject.. this thread should be closed before someone has a seizure from reading all the bullshit... over a stupid review.. "2 EACH HIS OWN" /M\
christianXcore
Time Husk
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13/M/NA


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March 14 2005 4:37 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Most of you are fucking douches. Stop complaining. If you actually knew underoath you'd know they wouldnt change for the money. Same with the whole singing/screaming thing. You dont like it? Quit bitching.
XxEastCoastPAHCxX
2GetherForeverUnit
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32/M/PA


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March 14 2005 10:16 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
lol i thought i already made my point about that ^ there... TO EACH HIS OWN.. ya like it fine ya dont then ya dont .. who gives a fuck
Clairvoyant Disease
Time Husk
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27/M/WI


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March 15 2005 5:45 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
This new album's way better.. I have nothing wrong with any of the vocals.. last album.. pretty much every song sounded to alike.. I don't mind that they changed, I think it was for the best
XxEastCoastPAHCxX
2GetherForeverUnit
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32/M/PA


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March 16 2005 1:25 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
same thing i said... they changed in a good way. i'd rather hear something new then hear the same stuff over and over. it gets boring when there isnt a change
allthechilderensmile
Time Husk
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32/M/SD


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March 21 2005 7:26 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
i like that song"i dont feel very receptive today" though i totally agree that they used to be ALOT btter
Steve
Time Husk
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37/M/PA


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March 21 2005 7:35 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Originally posted by:XxEastCoastPAHCxX

can everyone just shut there cum guzzlers and quit bitchin..

how ironic
XxEastCoastPAHCxX
2GetherForeverUnit
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32/M/PA


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March 21 2005 7:59 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Ferry.
Steve
Time Husk
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37/M/PA


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March 21 2005 8:02 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Originally posted by:XxEastCoastPAHCxX

Ferry.

What does a river boat have to do with anything?
XxEastCoastPAHCxX
2GetherForeverUnit
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32/M/PA


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March 21 2005 8:14 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
good comeback dipshit.
XxMhari JanexX
mhariJANE
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29/F/LA


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March 21 2005 8:17 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
well...opinions are all different, honestly, does it hurt if some love them and some dont? I dont think it affects u...
XxEastCoastPAHCxX
2GetherForeverUnit
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32/M/PA


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March 21 2005 8:24 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
another not soo good comeback.
Steve
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March 21 2005 8:26 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Originally posted by:XxEastCoastPAHCxX

good comeback dipshit.


fer·ry
v. fer·ried, fer·ry·ing, fer·ries
v. tr.
Nautical.
To transport (people, vehicles, or goods) by boat across a body of water.
To cross (a body of water) by a ferry.

To deliver (a vehicle, especially an aircraft) under its own power to its eventual user.
To transport (people or goods) by vehicle, especially by aircraft.

v. intr.
To cross a body of water on or as if on a ferry.

n. pl. fer·ries
Nautical.
A ferryboat.
A place where passengers or goods are transported across a body of water, such as a river or bay, by a ferryboat.
A franchise or legal right to operate a ferrying service for a fee.
A service and route for delivering an aircraft under its own power to its eventual user.


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[Middle English ferien, from Old English ferian. See per-2 in Indo-European Roots.]



Are you sure you didn't mean "fairy," stupid?
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