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Hello everyone. Ive been looking for a site like this for a while now. it seems pretty cool, especially since its local. so i figured id get in on it. yep. hi.

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Sat Mar 24, 2007 2:30 pm
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Hi! We're glad you're here. Tell us something about yourself.


Sat Mar 24, 2007 7:44 pm
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Hello.


Sat Mar 24, 2007 9:13 pm
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well first of all im extremely shy. I love music, mainly a metal and industrial person. i dont really know anyone else thats into anything dark at all. im just hoping to be a little more exposed to this type of lifestyle, and im still pretty new to it. Hopefully ill be able to find some new people to talk to, cause i dont really have many people where i live that i like talking to. Soooo thats me i guess. if you ever have a question you can ask, im a pretty open person.

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Sun Mar 25, 2007 2:37 am
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Well, I don't know what type of "lifestyle" you're referring to. We each lead our own individual "lifestyle" regardless of the music we listen to. Some are active, into sports, while others lead droll, sedentary lives in seclusion. I've been into Metal and industrial for over two decades, and I relate to very few people. That hasn't stopped me from leading an active life.

Living in Plymouth, you're dealing with very typical suburban mentalities that embrace shopping malls, bland radio music, bad TV and little to no culture. Travel into the cities more and you'll be more likely to find things of interest. I'm not saying you should move to the city, because that's not always a good idea, but it's a great and resourceful place to visit on a regular basis.

Welcome to the fold. Hope you find what you're looking for.


Sun Mar 25, 2007 2:01 pm
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Yeah it pretty much sucks here, and i didnt even know minneapolis had anything interesting at all either. thanks for the welcome by the way, all

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not sure what "droll" means to you, GCHE, or if it was a typo, but the received meaning is "whimsical, odd, and comic." which fights a bit with what I think you were implying. I guess weeble wobbles would be both droll and sedentary, but it's difficult to be both droll and secluded.

welcome to Gothling, TchainT. that's an unusual handle, how'd you choose it?


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eh, me and my friend at the time a few years ago had this band thing going and we took our first names and just kinda changed it up to look cool. it was pretty lame but i think its a sweet name. so it doesnt have much of a meaning. then he stole my $500 bass guitar a year later and moved to fargo. bastard.

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Sun Mar 25, 2007 10:10 pm
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Actually, I was going for "wacky," but "whimsical, odd, comic," work just fine I suppose.


Mon Mar 26, 2007 9:19 pm
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I am, in fact, both droll and sedentary.

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I think it is after the archery contest in Disney's "Robin Hood" someone says, "Mmm. Droll, ha ha!" Who knows what that's supposed to mean? But it's more polite than, "Peasants!" Less chance of spitting when it is said, too.


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Greetings...


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