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  • "Please visit taco loco alaska.com" ? Alaska. Are you in Alaska?
  • it was moderated too fast for me to even see it!
  • All hail Wini
  • me kicka de asse.
  • The only reason I saw it is because I exist on the other half of the world. Though I might doing an exchange program in Colorado next year, so then I couldn't be the gatekeeper of the American night.
  • We will ALL come visit you. What a mess that would be. Sometimes Doc (Moondog) appears to live in Colorado. My remaining childhood friend lives in Colorado Sorings. what topic are we posting in?
  • If I go I'll be living in Fort Collins with one of my best friends, but I'm sure she'd be cool with you guys wandering through B-) I believe this is the art of spam, and since we're off topic surely that is one form of spam?
  • Holy crap. I probably would not visit you in colorado. I hope you enjoy it though. I hope some day I can go there. Travel in a crowded van With a few dope-smokin snowboarders tearin up the bowls and peaks of them firy mountains. I must confess I only snowboarded once, it was failure incarnate.
  • I don't really expect anyone to actually do it, but it would be awesome! Maybe I'll meet one of you at an AnCo concert. That would be awesome.
  • speaking of which, we ought to try to arrange a car pool thing next tour for those who are willing and in the same area.
  • Or we could all follow them their whole tour.
  • I would gladly go to an Animal Collective show with my brother, and G.O.
  • actually, organizing a follow-them-the-whole-tour caravan or bus is a fucking ridiculous idea and it'd be really interesting, however it went. i imagine we'd get a lot of facetime with the band members once they realized we were at every show they went to in a bus of our own. lol. "Follow that bus!"
  • Or depending how many people a old Volkswagen van. Then we could camp!
  • Or we could just climb on top of the band's tour bus a la [i]Sin Nombre[/i].
  • Do they have a tour bus? they must... let's do it.
  • yep yep, i saw it when i saw them in orlando. we totally should.
  • Just have to wait for them to announce the tour and then we can try to set some plans.
  • Now I don't know where to move this thread. Reverb? Why did I put it in arrivals?
  • If I was as free as a bird without responsibilities, i'd be mad into this idea.
  • lol same deal
  • although i think your responsibilities outstrip my own. nonetheless.
  • Dave that's such a good idea. Haha. And claude, I'm in Colorado!
  • everyone is in colorado! or florida or georgia or minnesota! it's crazy! cept for that girl in maine no one knows HOW she ended up there! hanging out with stephen king!
  • I feel so left out! Me and Stephen, up here, writing in the woods!
  • edited March 2012
    The funny thing is, if I was to live with my parents then I would live close to Baltimore, which would place me with the band! Instead, I'm up here in the forest with none of you (or them)!
  • My paternal lineage is from Maine. Remember when everyone was from Canada or Australia? And was an only child? I went through some phase in my welcome posts asking about that. Two years, people! I've been here for two years! I can't wait until someone gets married or has a baby or does something momentous and weird.
  • That's right! You've got the Maine connection! I've been here for two years as well! INSANE! I feel like i've done a lot since i've joined here. I've realized many times that having this place has done so much for me and there are some sad points in those two years where this was my place to turn, and the stability of it really helps in the sometimes heart-wrenching challenge that is life.
  • Moon Dog we'll definitely have to go do sometime man. What you guys do in the mountains? I would suggest a bar but stupid being 19. Wini! I'm thinking of proposing to the girl I'll be staying with in Colorado, so maybe your dream will come true sooner than you think! Now I feel like I really should... we'll see!
  • Dave and Tigers, I think if we went on tour with AnCo we'd all be giving up some responsibility or another, isn't that half the fun?
  • That's so true. My responsibilieties aren't super super important and I'm only getting older. I have no kids, I don't pay rent, only got a part time job, I'd be down. We should if nothing else let each other know what shows we going to in order to say wud up and maybe write a review for this website or somthin. I really really really want to see them. Dag yo! Gettin serious with your lady friend? Life must be really good for you Claude.
  • I really really want to see them as well and if it's possible to meet-up with someone then I would love to, but my responsibilities do include a kid so...that is solidly not a possibility. Claude - It is certainly exciting that things are going that way with you and your girl! Good luck, if you do pop the question!
  • I am midwest region
  • I joined here about half a year ago. I'am sorta an only child being the only child at my parents house. Bring an introvert doesn't help either, so I like being on the board with y'all in the down time. Don't think I'am going to provide major news for everyone. But hey, good luck Claude with your girl.
  • edited March 2012
    Thanks guys, it's a bit tough though since her family lives in America and mine in Australia, and my sister has already married an American. So my parents are not going to be happy if I do. Plus her dad is really scary in the way that Christian conservative parents are... so I'll have to ask permission and stuff.
  • In regards to the giving up responsibilities, I agree with you in general terms. Nevertheless, I've been giving serious thought to joining the Coast Guard, and you can't really ditch that responsibility without going AWOL. That's very exciting that you're thinking about getting engaged. Don't be too intimidated by the hyperconservatism -- they're people just like everyone else, albeit with intense mental rules and compartmentalization. If you come from love, that universal love, you can't go wrong.
  • It's just kind of frightening to be thinking of doing something that will entirely change the path for the rest of your life, and since I'm 19 a lot people won't take me very seriously. Even though her parents are conservative, they're really nice and I get along with them well, so it shouldn't be too much of a problem, except for the idea that I might be living with her.
  • There's always the option of living with her for a while before you get hitched to test the waters.
  • Well that's what I'm going to be doing when I go to America. She was living in a dorm but she's getting an apartment with her best friend. Her best friend is traveling abroad to Italy first semester of 2013 so the plan is for me to stay there while she's gone. I'm so excited if this works out because if it doesn't it might never work between me and her. Even if we don't end up together, it will still be hella fun.
  • Claude, it isn't that they don't take you seriously. I know it really feels like it, though! It's just that so much changes all the time, especially in romantic love. I try to take everyone seriously all the time, but also take in to account that Things Change all the time. People who like to "kid" get Very Negative Reactions from me. She is a lucky girl. How wonderful to be so loved!
  • Thanks Wini :) I kid around a lot but I like to think that I know when to get serious and be tactful.
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