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spanish eyes girl wrote:

natasja wrote:

Ik wil wel ook een dutch treat shirtje voor mezelf regelen hoor. Lijkt me leuk om met z'n allen zelfde shirt aan te hebben (of topjes voor ons dames) moet toch (ieder voor zich) te regelen zijn !!

Lijkt mij ook!!

Jij hebt nog een topje Willy wink.gif

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PieterVR wrote:

Of Veenendaal? is misschien ook een optie. Volgens mij is daar een heule (redelijk) nieuwe wijk uit de grond gestampt

nou breekt mijn (veenedaal de) klomp.......

weet je hoever dat wel niet fietsen is vanaf maarn, de andere kant op btw, nou, ik wel....... roll.gif

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Hawkmoonnl wrote:

Kun je zoiets ook horizontaal maken Pieter?

 

Nou dat lukte mij niet...de twee werd groter dan de U omdat de letters wel zelfde hoogte moeten hebben. Je wil niet weten hoe ik dit heb gemaakt...
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Jammer maar bedankt voor de poging.

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Hawkmoonnl wrote:

spanish eyes girl wrote:

natasja wrote:

Ik wil wel ook een dutch treat shirtje voor mezelf regelen hoor. Lijkt me leuk om met z'n allen zelfde shirt aan te hebben (of topjes voor ons dames) moet toch (ieder voor zich) te regelen zijn !!

Lijkt mij ook!!

Jij hebt nog een topje Willy
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YEP!!!! DESI(RED)

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U2 - BONO LEAVES DOWNLOAD DEBATE TO YOUNGER MUSICIANS (Contact Music)

U2 frontman BONO feels he is too old to get involved in the illegal music downloading debate because he is already campaigning for enough issues.

The singer has been involved in charity campaigns and philanthropic activities for many years, setting up numerous projects for Africa, organising benefitconcerts and meeting world leaders.

But the Irish rocker is reluctant to take on the issue of music downloads.

He says, "There were huge tactical errors made by the music industry. It was for younger bands to take on the the fight against illegal downloading butthey were fooled into thinking it wasn't hip. I wasn't going to get involved because I'm on enough soap boxes as it is."

Bono's constant campaigning has put a strain on U2, with the singer recently admitting his bandmates fear his side projects may eventually overshadow thegroup and end their music career

 

 

U2 show may be on the 'Horizon' for Fordham University campus (New York Daily News)

 

Is U2 ready to rock the Bronx?

 

Bono's band reportedly will perform on the campus of Fordham

University for a Friday spot on "Good Morning America" - part of the

push for their new CD, "No Line on the Horizon."

 

The college and ABC refused to answer questions about the report,

which appeared on the Hartford Courant Web site, but the campus was abuzz.

 

"I'm absolutely shocked," said Lauren Cerulli, 21, a senior. "I'm a

huge U2 fan, and I've wanted to see them in concert for five or six

years."

 

The word is that the show is only for students. It was unclear where

on campus U2 would perform.

 

U2 is also promoting the CD with an unprecedented five-night string of

appearances on the "Late Show with David Letterman" this week.

 

"In this economy, an artist has to be open to every idea for

promotion," said Keith Caulfield, chart editor for Billboard magazine.

"You have to be creative."

 

Especially since U2's campaign for the album - which goes on sale

Tuesday - hasn't gotten off to the most promising start.

 

The kickoff single, "Get on Your Boots," has failed to excite pop

radio. Even on the band's bread-and-butter modern-rock stations, the

song has made it only to No. 5. The first singles off U2's last two

albums shot straight to No. 1 on that format.

 

U2 has engaged in aggressive campaigns for albums before. Their last

CD, 2004's "How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb," arrived with a giant

iTunes ad tie-in and sold 3.2 million copies. Its predecessor, 2000's

"All That You Can't Leave Behind," moved 4.3 million.

 

While no one in the industry expects parallel numbers for the new

album, it's predicted to easily open at No. 1. The TV exposure may

help significantly.

 

"It's been shown in the recent past that when an artist fires on all

cylinders on TV, it can add up to some really big numbers," Caulfield

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muis wrote:

nou breekt mijn (veenedaal de) klomp.......

weet je hoever dat wel niet fietsen is vanaf maarn, de andere kant op btw, nou, ik wel.......
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Veenendaal is toch niet ver van Zeist? Nou weet ook niet echt. Heb niet voor niets zo'n Truus in de auto

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