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Kateness
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introductions are so necessary

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greetings all
I'm new to the board. I'm Kate. I'm 19. I study arts at the University of BC in Vancouver. Them's the basics. Would you guys mind introducing yourselves? I'm intrigued. Smanks ;)
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welcome to the board

if you really want to know about us, just keep on reading and I'm sure you'll find out all embarrassing and other facts.
or check out our profiles for stuff we care to tell about ourselves.
or read the current thread on how we know HD or TLW.
or use the search function of this board

hope you stay intrigued
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Welcome to ze board!
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Post by ChadyzGroove »

i don't understand why people want to make you search, for one i am lazy, i owuld never want to do such a thing, and thats all i got but here's the jist on me.

My name is Chad i am 19 and i go to community college, cuz well i'm lazy and didnt want to try, and its workin out well for me that way. I drove from st. louis to chicago to see the long winters last october, and there was alot of crazy sitting in the car on a highway goin on. i like to listen to matthew good.

welcome to the board, watch out for the hoodlums.
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personally, i love to talk about myself! i am 35, look 25,petite blond chick (shit this is sounding like a personals ad) have both an MD and PhD, cut my rock n roll teeth in Boston circa 84-91 (many good stories there!) moved to Texas, fell into a coma for ten years, re-emerged to the likes of TLW and Centro-matic, thank the fucking (insert deity of chioce here) and generally like to be an annoying contrarian to the good folks on this here board.
Bienvenidos!!
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Post by Fi »

Hello,
I've been following this board for about 6 months.. have only seen TLW live once so far (seattle NYE '04 which was apparently the last show with the Sean & the first Michael line-up). I live in NSW, Australia.
Welcome!
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Hey welcome aboard! hahaha! that'll never get old. really.
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Post by Harvey Winters »

Hello...

What made you a fan?
Do you listen to HD too?

I'm Richard, 38, from NY...
I gots me 3 great boys 8, 6, and 3
and if say to the 3yr old (Blaze) "You are"
He will surely enough tell you:
"No, YOU are"...

Come Down from the "Great White North",
and see an east-coast LW show...
(Check your local listings, or the tours link)

Welcome....


Rich (NY)
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ChadyzGroove wrote:i don't understand why people want to make you search, for one i am lazy

so we're not that different!
I'm lazy, too lazy to introduce myself

oh alright, I am in fact a 58 year old Grateful Dead fan who had to find a new obsession after Jerry Garcia died
John Roderick was just the thing I needed
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Liesbeth rocks...again
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what would the Long Winters equivalent of a Dead Head be called?
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"Long Suffering", if she happens to live in Texas :)
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*bleeches and wipes my greasey fingers all my shirt*

hello.
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Hello kateness, I'm the Betty from the Chicago.

I seem nice, but you never really know.
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Post by aj »

Liesbeth wrote:what would the Long Winters equivalent of a Dead Head be called?


do I dare?
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sure you dare
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long winters: dead head as

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hmmmm.

a dead head is to the grateful dead as ...

a Long Schlong is to the Long Winters?

i'm bex. hi hi!
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Post by aj »

wonderbex wrote:hmmmm.

a dead head is to the grateful dead as ...

a Long Schlong is to the Long Winters?

i'm bex. hi hi!


my thoughts exactly
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Post by grant »

Hello, I'm grant and I'm far older than 19. I enjoy the arts, martial, marital, liberal and even, from time to time, secretarial.

I've been in a kayak, but never a umiak. Understand they're much the same thing, what?
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Post by Midori »

I'm Dory. Like what seems to be the vast majority of this board, I too am 19. I live in South Florida and am pre-med at the University of Miami. I went kayaking once and didn't tip over until I was pushed.
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