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Old 04-22-2007, 10:25 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Old 04-22-2007, 10:35 PM   #22 (permalink)
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1). Yes

2). Yes

3). Acts of terrorism make me feel like inhumanity is spreading to every crevice of society, it happens twenty times more when the television's off, and in no way is "terrorism" a reason for Bush to satisfy his bloodlust with oil.

4). Yes, I feel very safe. I've been granted life, if it's not taken away, then why would I waste it being afraid?

5). "Emo culture" is social vomit.

6). 16/Male/Jake Vorkapich
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Old 04-24-2007, 12:41 PM   #23 (permalink)
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1). Do you listen to emo?
Used to a lot.
2). Do you know about emo's origins in Washington, D.C. way back in the 80s?
I live in DC so definetly.
3). How do the war in Iraq and acts of terroist violence make you feel?
Haha just read all the lyrics to Horses In The Sky by A Silver Mount Zion. That's how I feel.
4). Do you feel safe in the world you live in? Explain why.
No. Radicalism is the new black. People are taking metaphores and stories way too seriously and using it as an excuse to hurt and kill other people for their fairytale causes. When the world is sick, can no one be well?
5). In a sentence, explain your feelings towards emo culture, postive or negative? Haha "emo" culture is dead. The real one anyway. There are a few scattered scenes in places but they're not even considered emo now. They're just all punk rock is the real sense of the word. Not mohawk punk rock. Real punk rock. What people consider "emo" culture now is just pop culture now. I don't even get offended when people talk **** on emo because they don't know what it is and it's a thing of the past. Time to move on.

6). What's your age/gender/name? 21/m/adam
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Old 04-27-2007, 03:44 PM   #24 (permalink)
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glad to take your survey... do more about emo stuff

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Hi there music fans

I'm doing a reasearch paper on emo culture and social awareness and could really use some decent feedback from people actively involved in the scene.

So, I've got a little set of questions for you to help me with my dissertation.

The premise is "people are attracted to emo through a heightened sense of danger in society"

Here we go:

1). Do you listen to emo?

YEAH I DO I LOVE EMO MUSIC!!!!

2). Do you know about emo's origins in Washington, D.C. way back in the 80s?

a little here and there

3). How do the war in Iraq and acts of terroist violence make you feel?

i don't really pay attention about it

4). Do you feel safe in the world you live in? Explain why.

yeah cuz i am in a safe place in the world and i am not in harms way so i don't really worry about it.

5). In a sentence, explain your feelings towards emo culture, postive or negative?

my feelings toward emo culture is pretty posivte considering the fact that i am emo i thnk it should be pretty positve from me.

6). What's your age/gender/name? (for quotation purposes only)


Age: thats a little too personal for me to give out but i will tell you i am a student.
Gender: Female
Name:that my personal info but i will give you one of my main nicknames. Its Dot

Feel free to write as much or as little as you like.

Thank you in advance for your help

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Old 04-27-2007, 03:56 PM   #25 (permalink)
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Something tells me you have no idea what emo is. Sorry
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Old 04-27-2007, 07:22 PM   #26 (permalink)
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Old 04-27-2007, 10:38 PM   #27 (permalink)
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glad to take your survey... do more about emo stuff
lol are you real?
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Old 04-29-2007, 09:57 AM   #28 (permalink)
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1.Yes
2.Yes
3.Well, I think thats a little off topic, but I absolutely don't agree with the war, not only because I try as hard as I can to be a pacifist but because the "war on terror" has really lost its major goal. George just wanted to impress daddy.
4.I'm a little suburbanite safety+ American teen, I'm as safe as can be.
5.well, besides the fact that most teenagers think that just because they spent $30 on a pair of girl pants at hot topic makes them "emo", no. Its been given a certain negative tag to its name that just kills me. The fact that the people making fun of it are ignorant to it is acceptable (kind of) but when the people who claim to be Emo are more blind and stupid then the enemy, well thats a sign that the culture is dead.
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Old 04-29-2007, 10:30 AM   #29 (permalink)
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1). Do you listen to emo?

No.

2). Do you know about emo's origins in Washington, D.C. way back in the 80s?
yes.

3). How do the war in Iraq and acts of terroist violence make you feel?

the term Terrorism is used by politicians to evoke fear in the people's mind so they become more realiant on their government systems. For example Due to the war in Iraq some American people have become to take what the government says as dogma as they are in a state of fear. As far as my feelings well it makes me angry that Bush manipulated Blair into sending UK troops to fight a supposed 'War on Terror' when it had no implications towards the Uk. The term 'War on Terror' is a false statement as as far as Bush's administration is concerned it appears that terror refers to extreme Islam- when in reality 'Terror' is all over the world. Not in the Mid-East. Having lived in the Mid-East recently I feel sad as Islamic people are becoming targets and suspects not only withing their home country but throughout the globe, and this is a complete misconception of the Islam faith ( of course excluding the minority of extremist groups) Iraq is a lost cause as having family who have fought in the war I know much more about the corruption and deceit that has occured- none of which will ever be reported.

4). Do you feel safe in the world you live in? Explain why.

Yes. Living in fear is selling yourself short.

5). In a sentence, explain your feelings towards emo culture, postive or negative?

Give or take, yes there are Emo's out there who are in it purely for the music. However, being a solid listener to Hardcore punk, in my opinion the Emo movement has given punks' a bad name as now we are associated with the many poser emo's out there that cut themseleves for attention, write suicide notes when they really don't have the balls to do it..etc. The Emo's I have been exposed to are arrogant and deluded, so personally Ihave a neagative view towards this culture.
Sorry longer than a sentence!

6). What's your age/gender/name? (for quotation purposes only

17/f/Chelle
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Old 04-29-2007, 05:37 PM   #30 (permalink)
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^--Way to have no clue what you're talking about.

About anything.
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