I'm gonna be living in an urban area for the first time in my life at that time. I expect that's basically how it's gonna go down. School, moving around, but I don't drink and don't really see myelf ever doing so, but who the hell really knows what they'll be like in three years, it's a possibility that bars will work their way into that equation.
I really haven't tasted enough different types of alchohalic beverages to determine if
I like the taste or not. I tried some Samuel Adams once and thought it tasted like
shit lol, so when I'm legally of age I'll probably give it a shot. I'm a type 1 diabetic
though, so I might as well not even bother ever getting into the habbit of drinking
since it's that much of a pain in the ass to work around with my disease.
I unfortunately foresee myself doomed to be the one guy who awkwardly orders a glass of water while the rest of my crew gets a round lol.
Yeah, you never know what the future will bring lol. Especially in a big city. I know everyone says this, but I can't wait to make that transition. I've been used to being in a rural shithole my whole life, so a city where there's actually things happening would be a much needed change of pace.
I was 21 in 2000 lol
Daaaaaaaaaaaaaamn Drummer, I feel much younger now lol.
I look like I am about 23 though.
Album Rating: 4.5
while i'm not usually the type to say "the radio singles are the best songs from this album!" i've gotta say it here. "Thief" and "Is Anybody Home?" are absolutely incredible.
side note: your inconsistent use of lowercase confuses me.
Best Our Lady Peace. By a small margin.
Digging: Duck Duck Goose - Noise, Noise and More Noise
Just heard One Man Army for the first time in years, still a superb tune.
I clanged my mind. I prefer Spiritual Machines by a little now. They're probably just equal.
wait a minute, these guys were more than just one hit wonders??
I used to love their singles as a kid
Digging: Tim Hecker - An Imaginary Country
Their first four albums are definitely worth checking out, Demi.