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8 minutes ago, GorboGorboze said:

The tecky nerds on the forum seem convinced they are not real people, but rather some sort of virtual gnomes mining the forum for brilliant observations about heavy metal that can be sold on the open market. 

You're a virtual gnome. :D

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I guess I was sort of one of those people before I decided to join the website and meet people...I have heard of this site previously and didn't know what to think...So it just dawned on me one day recently to join and I am happy that I did...8-]] P.S. everything here is pretty awesome so far, I must say!! 

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I just got here. My first time on one of these things, in any category! I'm going to see Metallica in Seattle August 8. I saw them in 92 also and realized that was 25 years ago! Anyway I thought I could check out what people were saying about the tour on here. Wish we were getting Volbeat, I like them a lot and had never heard of Gojira. Well, I checked them out and they do that yelling thing on every word of every song I heard by them and I checked at least a dozen. Smh. ...I may be 56 but am I that out of touch? Is this COOL? But then, I'd be willing to sit through Tiny Tim's Tip Toe Through the Tulips for an hour if it means I'll see Metallica and Ax7! Thanks for the invitation to introduce myself.

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14 hours ago, barkingbiscuit said:

I just got here. My first time on one of these things, in any category! I'm going to see Metallica in Seattle August 8. I saw them in 92 also and realized that was 25 years ago! Anyway I thought I could check out what people were saying about the tour on here. Wish we were getting Volbeat, I like them a lot and had never heard of Gojira. Well, I checked them out and they do that yelling thing on every word of every song I heard by them and I checked at least a dozen. Smh. ...I may be 56 but am I that out of touch? Is this COOL? But then, I'd be willing to sit through Tiny Tim's Tip Toe Through the Tulips for an hour if it means I'll see Metallica and Ax7! Thanks for the invitation to introduce myself.

Welcome to the forum, I hope you like it here. That yelling thing you mention seems to be more than a passing phase. Freeking kids these days. I guess it's cathartic at best and a little frat boyish when it's not at its best, at worst... well, best not to pay attention. I hope you enjoy Gojira.

Please enjoy these tulips as a welcome...

 

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 I just could not find a good image of tulips with a Ukulele, go figure, I thought the internet had everything.

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