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About rosiejaneymary

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  • Birthday 03/26/1960

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    Somewhere in the swamps of Northern New Jersey
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  • Springsteen fan since?
    Always and forever
  • Does Mary's dress wave or sway?
    WAVE! (Yeah...I know...)
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    (Besides Bruce? Hmmm...!) Education, reading, American football, hockey, friends, family, music, more Bruce...
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    A bit personal, no?

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  1. Then there’s opener this that we got in Mohegan Sun...
  2. We were laughing simply because we do the same exact thing (quote Bruce to each other often in everyday life) and pretty much always have. I’ve seen it twice now. No cringing at all for me or any of the people with whom I went either time (though you’re certainly not alone there!). Just laughter when we recognized ourselves, some tears here and there, joyous laughter/grinning from ear to ear at the ‘musical’ type scenes ...
  3. Pretty much! (As long as there’s no butter on the popcorn. I like mine plain with salt). Good Lord but that brings me waaaaaaay back!
  4. Little nuggets of chocolate caramel heaven. I haven’t eaten them in forever, but it used to be my favorite ‘movie treat’ as a kid. Can’t remember the last time I had them, but every once in a great while I indulge... Mmmmmmm!
  5. I don’t find any of this to be true of myself or any of my long time Bruce fan friends. While I always have felt sorry for Julianne, and certainly wasn’t happy to hear of his infidelity; I also know not only don’t I know the whole story, or exactly what happened and why, but it’s certainly none of my business. For as much as I love Bruce, for goodness sake, he’s human. He makes mistakes and Fs up like we all do. He’s the first to admit he’s far from perfect. I don’t know enough about the merits of that law suit to comment. As for the rest of your post, I can’t relate at all. I’ve looked forward to and loved each and every album. Since I especially LOVE WS, I also love the freaking bandana with the horse. I think the cover is gorgeous and fits the album perfectly. So for me, there was never ever a gap in my adoration, admiration, excitement about an album, etc... from March of 1974 when I received Greetings as a gift, to this very day. I’m not trying to discount your perspective. I’m sure there are many who agree with you. Just saying there are others who feel quite differently.
  6. That’s what I thought, and exactly what the movie was trying to portray.
  7. Maybe so, but don’t forget the main character is in high school. For myself and my friends this was certainly so, but I graduated from college in 1982; no idea what HS kids in Britain were listening to in the late 80s.
  8. Yeah we don’t go much to the movies either! We saw Yesterday a few weeks ago; before that was A Star is Born (loved that... my favorite remake of all of them). Before that I think it was The Peanuts Movie (I’m a huge Charlie Brown and co fan). Now I’ve seen BBTL twice! We didn’t get the WS trailer. Not sure why or if any other area theaters showed it. We went to our local tiny three-plex. Maybe it was shown where I saw it on Monday. Much bigger theatre in the Garden State Plaza mall. Hope you like it!
  9. Wow. Such a heartfelt, heartbreaking, beautiful post. Thank you so much for sharing.
  10. I thought they were his diaries. I’m going again tonight. I’ll see if I can tell for sure.