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Old 01-09-2007, 11:14 PM   #1
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I have found that having XM radio is NOT conducive to good sleep. In fact, it makes you stay up real late and get much less sleep than you should. Ah....whats a person to do. It's kind of like a drug addiction, is there a group for XM withdrawal???? I can't afford to attend many more meetings!
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I have found that having XM radio is NOT conducive to good sleep. In fact, it makes you stay up real late and get much less sleep than you should. Ah....whats a person to do. It's kind of like a drug addiction, is there a group for XM withdrawal???? I can't afford to attend many more meetings!
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Drink two shots of SIRIUS a day and your addiction will go away. However, do not rid yourself of the XM as you already know it is the best.

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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Drink two shots of SIRIUS a day </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

Uggg. What a nasty idea. I'd never be caught walking around with Howard Stern breath. Head over to Willie's Place. They'll be glad to pour you up a cup of coffe and put your favorite song on the juke box.
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Old 01-10-2007, 06:20 AM   #5
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Well Tommy Boy...you're in luck...there's a XM Anonymous Website for you... xm411.com...and I gotta agree with Charliez...Stern-Breath in the morning is a good reason to gargle with gasoline...
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by WWFan:
Well Tommy Boy...you're in luck...there's a XM Anonymous Website for you... xm411.com...and I gotta agree with Charliez...Stern-Breath in the morning is a good reason to gargle with gasoline... </div></BLOCKQUOTE>Well I'll be, thanks Sean. NOT! Just what I need, more of the same.
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Stern just a $83 million dollar bonus from Sirius.... some one out there likes him.
I don't listen to him, but I hated XM, I love my SIRIUS.
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Say what you want about Stern,he is the reason for the tremendous growth of Sirius. From what I read it doesnt matter that you keep your XM,sirius is going to own it. BTW I am a huge Stern fan,that is the reason I got it in the first place, Baba booey to you.
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$83 million can buy alot of thing, but it can't buy you class or integrity. The day Sirus overtakes XM will be the day I cancel my subscription.
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take a shot of "head trips for headphones" on 40.
that and a beer, you'll sleep just fine
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We got so hooked on XM that we now have 5 radios, 4 in cars and one at home. I wired in the boat so I can take it on the lake, I have a hook up in the Alfa, and a boom box to take it everywhere else. It's funny, I tried talking the wife into XM when it first came out and she said no way, after we got it, she wondered why we didn't get it earlier. I have had it now for 3 years and I never listen to regular radio anymore.

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I love my XM too. I'm not going to switch to Sirius even though NASCAR will be moving this season. I only listened to one race on XM anyway.

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"Uggg. What a nasty idea. I'd never be caught walking around with Howard Stern breath. Head over to Willie's Place. They'll be glad to pour you up a cup of coffe and put your favorite song on the juke box."

Well, I took your advice, I've got willie's place on while I listen to the ice coming down. Course, I reserve the right to switch back to channel 5, the 50's on 5, right on. Thats the main reason I signed up for XM. Sirrus has their 50-60's channel but nothing like the 50's on 5.

I've looked through the other channels but I tell you, that's the main reason I'm here.
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