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The Listening Thread Part 8: STOP THE HATE...Unless of course you really don't want to then by all means keep it up...

So what are you listening to at this exact moment?  Yes like right now, on your computer or mobile or iPod (RIP Steve Jobs).

 

Well go ahead, type it out and post it.

 

Don't be afraid...

 

I dare you?  Double dog dare you...

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No peace for the wicked!

William Orbit - Who Owns The Octopus

the Zombies - a love that never was

 

speaking of.... how about that Walking Dead last night!? woo hoo!

 

hope Ptero is enjoying her mini-vacation.

See, you don't have to be bit to become a zombie!

I'm home on spring break this week with my kiddoes.

Dizzy Gillespie & Arturo Sandoval - Dizzy The Duck

awesome!  sounds like fun-  i miss spring break, but i suppose i can burn vacation time and have one any time i want...

 

i'm on ELO shuffle

 

ELO - ma-ma-ma Belle

MOTHER FUCKING MICHONNE AND THE PRISON FOR SEASON 3!  FUCK YES!

hee hee hee!

Yeah, watching it last night made me want to finally start reading the series. How many volumes are there? I have the first 3.

 

M83 – Skin of the Night

you have the first 3 trade paperbacks?    there are 14 of those.

Cool! Yeah, I grabbed the first 3 TPB's a few month's ago, but held off from reading them so I could have an "outside" sort of perspective of the TV show.

i think i was off by one,

there are 15!

 

I have all of em in PDF. Lemme know.

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