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Old 04-09-2012, 02:23 AM   #5001 (permalink)
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1) What's your absolute favourite old-school video game?
Street Fighter 2

2) Where's the last place you went on vacation?
A week long school trip in November last year that was amazing. Some obscure forest-bound town with hills, forgotten what it was called.

3) What's the last lie you told somebody?
Lying to someone that I don't have any money so that I could scab more of them.

4) What do you think was the most pivotal moment, period, or person in music history, going thousands of years back?
I have no clue. The Beatles, though I know they're probably not.

5) Do you listen to any music that you though you would never, ever listen to?
I've always had a 'if it sounds good then I'll listen to it, whatever it is' music philosophy, so not really. I suppose I didn't imagined I'd have German metal on my mp3 two years ago.

6) Do you think everyone has a soul mate, or is that just an idea derived from fairy tales?
No
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Old 04-09-2012, 02:42 AM   #5002 (permalink)
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1) What's your absolute favourite old-school video game?

Paradroid, an old Commodore 64 8-bit game. It was a real tussle.

2) Where's the last place you went on vacation?

Taipei, Taiwan

3) What's the last lie you told somebody?

Telling boss i went to the clinic when i didn't.

4) What do you think was the most pivotal moment, period, or person in music history, going thousands of years back?

when cavemen pounded two stones together

5) Do you listen to any music that you thought you would never, ever listen to?

some avant-garde stuff, i'm not a big fan of the genre

6) Do you think everyone has a soul mate, or is that just an idea derived from fairy tales?

i had one, but it didn't last long
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Old 04-09-2012, 03:21 AM   #5003 (permalink)
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1) What's your absolute favourite old-school video game?
Probably the super mario bros. I think I even still have the game and the nintendo 64. We kept all our old consoles .

2) Where's the last place you went on vacation?
Cancun, Mexico. It was the most outstanding two weeks of my life. The resort is beautiful and the alcohol is plentiful. Just the way I like it. I also think I got addicted to corona in Cancun.

3) What's the last lie you told somebody?
I used to work in a call centre I was telling a story about a customer I couldn't understand and I just said he was irish. Mainly because he probably was irish.

4) What do you think was the most pivotal moment, period, or person in music history, going thousands of years back?
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5) Do you listen to any music that you though you would never, ever listen to?
Definitely. I didn't think I'd like 90% of the music I've been recommended on here, but I do. I'll always thank Bulldog for broadening my tastes and introducing me to Junkie XL.

6) Do you think everyone has a soul mate, or is that just an idea derived from fairy tales?
I don't really know. I'd like to think my parents were soulmates though, but who knows wither everyone actually has a soulmate. I think its more a case of wither some people were made for each other and some aren't. Trial and error, like all things in life.
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Old 04-09-2012, 07:51 AM   #5004 (permalink)
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1) What's your absolute favourite old-school video game?

Toejam and Earl, the most fun you could ever have with another person until you discovered sex.

2) Where's the last place you went on vacation?

Naples

3) What's the last lie you told somebody?

^ I've never been to Naples

4) What do you think was the most pivotal moment, period, or person in music history, going thousands of years back?

The Romantic era marked the point where we began to slowly strip music of its old formalities, I'm not sure I can think of anything more substantial to the direction we've taken.

5) Do you listen to any music that you thought you would never, ever listen to?

Trance, I never really thought much of it until I began to appreciate the abundance of textures... incredible, amazing textures.

6) Do you think everyone has a soul mate, or is that just an idea derived from fairy tales?

There's certainly enough variety in the world for everyone to find someone that fits the bill, but people tend change over the years so I'm not sure you could realistically call anyone a soul mate, just someone that's highly compatible with whatever version of yourself you've ended up with at the time .
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Old 04-09-2012, 08:12 AM   #5005 (permalink)
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[B]1) What's your absolute favourite old-school video game?

Ocarina Of Time by quite a distance.

2) Where's the last place you went on vacation?

France or Tunisia (same year can't remember the order) in terms of foreign vacations, Blackpool closer to home.

3) What's the last lie you told somebody?

I used my shift times at work as an excuse not to come over for a night out because I had no money... Mainly because I don't have a job.

4) What do you think was the most pivotal moment, period, or person in music history, going thousands of years back?

When the Breville sandwich press was invented.

5) Do you listen to any music that you though you would never, ever listen to?

Not really. I mean, going back to my late preteens/early teens of course I didn't expect to like most of the stuff I like now, but since I started genuinely caring for music, there isn't a genre I would turn my nose up at.

6) Do you think everyone has a soul mate, or is that just an idea derived from fairy tales?


The idea of a soul mate is ridiculous, but obviously there are some people more suited to each other.
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Old 04-09-2012, 01:38 PM   #5006 (permalink)
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1) What's your absolute favourite old-school video game?
Metroid.

2) Where's the last place you went on vacation?
Green Bay, WI

3) What's the last lie you told somebody?
This morning when I told my boss I knew what I was doing.

4) What do you think was the most pivotal moment, period, or person in music history, going thousands of years back?
Toss-up between Marky Mark & The Funky Bunch and New Kids on The Block, definitley invloves a Wahlberg though.

5) Do you listen to any music that you though you would never, ever listen to?
Yes, I can't pinpoint it to one thing, but if I were to show my collection to my 15 year old self, he would be pissed.

6) Do you think everyone has a soul mate, or is that just an idea derived from fairy tales?
****ing fairy tales man. We are lucky enough to find someone in this world that we want to ****, who happens to want to **** us back... and we cling to that, and call it love. LOL.
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Old 04-09-2012, 01:46 PM   #5007 (permalink)
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1) You have to belong to another culture. Which one do you choose and why?
Swedish. Their governments are actually somewhat sane and the people are nice.


2) If the year consisted of only one season, which would you choose?
Summer, duh.

3) You can outlaw any one thing of your choosing. What is it and why?
The vast, vast majority of Moé Anime, because that **** is creepy as **** and gives everyone a bad name.

4) All but ONE modern technology is banned. Pick the one that stays.
Internet. Duh.

5) If you had to listen to one type of music 24/7, what kind would you choose?
The **** that doesn't suck.

6) Do you think you can truly love someone if you can't pass gas in front of them comfortably? Yes.
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Old 04-09-2012, 02:02 PM   #5008 (permalink)
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1) What's your absolute favourite old-school video game?
as for real old school...it has to be the original 1984 NES Golf...i had spent many hours getting stoned with my friend Paul and playing this for hours....actually for christmas he got a machine that play NES and N64 cartridges so naturally i bought this on ebay....i took a pic of our results

^worst game of golf EVER!....but seriously fun

on a side note i would have to go with the few others that mention Metal Gear Solid...seriously one of the greatest games of all time

2) Where's the last place you went on vacation?
Disney world/Wizarding World of Harry Potter

3) What's the last lie you told somebody?
"look forward to seeing you again" the truth is i cannot stand this person

4) What do you think was the most pivotal moment, period, or person in music history, going thousands of years back?
March 11, 1913 when futurist Luigi Russolo published his manifesto "The Art Of Noise"

5) Do you listen to any music that you though you would never, ever listen to?
honestly....no...i was raised by people who love music and had an eclectic taste....albeit nothing like mine....but i think it helped create the concept of an open mind when it comes to music

6) Do you think everyone has a soul mate, or is that just an idea derived from fairy tales?
yes but i think we all have several "soul" mates as we create them ourselves
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Old 04-11-2012, 12:40 AM   #5009 (permalink)
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1) What's your absolute favourite old-school video game?
Perfect Dark, on N64.

2) Where's the last place you went on vacation?
Uhh

3) What's the last lie you told somebody?
"I love you."

4) What do you think was the most pivotal moment, period, or person in music history, going thousands of years back?
Dude what

5) Do you listen to any music that you though you would never, ever listen to?
I love George Michael.

6) Do you think everyone has a soul mate, or is that just an idea derived from fairy tales?
Nope. I think we find people who have corresponding needs. If a dude brings up "soul mates", that's my cue to get the **** out.
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Old 04-11-2012, 01:00 AM   #5010 (permalink)
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1) What's your absolute favourite old-school video game?
Hmm... hard to say. I'm a pretty big fan of Yar's Revenge though:



2) Where's the last place you went on vacation?
Jamaica. Just got back a few hours ago. Definitely an interesting and eye-opening trip. Spent a day way out in the boondocks on my wife's family's ancestral farmland, spent a day at Burmese water festival, spent several hours in a really rough-ass hospital, witnessed a crazy car accident, met a lot of intriguing people, drove through many fascinating areas, saw a hell of a lot of goats, and generally had an interesting time.

3) What's the last lie you told somebody?
"Sorry, I don't have any money."

4) What do you think was the most pivotal moment, period, or person in music history, going thousands of years back?
Going back thousands of years? I guess that would be whenever it was that music was invented.

5) Do you listen to any music that you though you would never, ever listen to?
Not really, though there is certainly a lot music I listen to now that's pretty far outside the scope of what I listened to when I was younger.

6) Do you think everyone has a soul mate, or is that just an idea derived from fairy tales?
No, but there are certainly people who are a very good fit for each other.
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