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The W - One Question... - Was it worth waiting in line overnight? (Page 2)
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I camped out overnight with some friends my freshman year to get Ohio State season tickets. It was worth it. Especially when Eddie George took it to the house against Notre Dame and the freaking stadium MOVED.

Since: 12.1.02
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#22 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.91
    Originally posted by Derrick
    I waited for about 6 hours outside of a record store to buy Metallic's Load album. Needless to say that turned out to be the biggest pile of shit they ever released and I will never be a fan again. Am i bitter? God damn right, lol.

You didn't hear anything off of St. Anger, obiously.

Back on topic...I held a spot for a couple of hours for a friend of mine for the 360, and had I stayed, it most definitely would not have been worth it.

Can you touch a rainbow? Can you put the wind in your pocket? No! Such is Neifi!

TheMark 9.6.05 2227.30 - 9.6.05 2242.29. Gone, but not forgotten.
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