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this band The Urgency

Postby Rockitmarty » Fri Dec 05, 2008 8:32 pm

I am in desperate need of new music for my ipod. I have to get on an airplane later on tonight and I NEED new music. I was looking around online and found a few good bands but my favorite is this group of guys from Brooklyn. Kind of like alternative and stuff like that. Anyway, they are really good, check out “Hot Damn” if you decide to give it a listen. Other than that idk what I’m going to do. I wish I had the whole cd to listen to.

www.myspace.com/theurgency

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Re: this band The Urgency

Postby JumpinJoe49 » Sun Dec 07, 2008 9:57 pm

Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm :shock:
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Postby JumpinJoe49 » Tue Mar 17, 2009 9:22 pm

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"Why is that step so important" I asked.
With a smile, rich dad said, "Doesn't that 25 cents an hour sound good? Doesn't it make your heart beat a little faster."
I shook my head "no," but it really did. Twenty five cents an hour would be big bucks to me.
"OK, I'll pay you a dollar an hour," rich dad said, with a sly grin.
Now my heart was beginning to race. My brain was screaming,
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"Take it. Take it." I could not believe what I was hearing. Still, I said nothing.
"OK, $2 an hour."
My little 9-year-old brain and heart nearly exploded. After all, it was 1956 and being paid $2 an hour would have made me the richest kid in the world. I couldn't imagine earning that kind of money. I wanted to say "yes." I wanted the deal. I could see a new bicycle, new baseball glove, and adoration of my friends when I flashed some cash. On top of that, Jimmy and his rich friends could never call me poor again. But somehow my mouth stayed silent.


What the hell is this???????????????????
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Re: this band The Urgency

Postby markfeber@yahoo.com » Tue Mar 17, 2009 9:38 pm

who knows joe? but i been seeing a lot of this stuff on here
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