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  • Yah, for sure :) Agreed, life gets to be so repetitive sometimes...
    And excellent, I'm not sure if you have MSN? (if you do, I'll just add you) And yes, that is definitely fine by me.
    I was actually talking to a friend in class the one day how I want to hitchhike and explore, and he suggested I come to this. He's actually leaving in the summer go to the East Coast and back, which is pretty sweet. His first time, I'm pretty excited for him.
    But yes, I came to this site, and I stuck with it because of all the really useful tips I've learnt on it. As well, you can meet other people who'll be serious about traveling. How 'bout you?
    Though, if you're willing to go in like a year to a year and a half, we could just save up money, hitch hike, and then train/ferry when needed (which probably wouldn't happened a lot). Then whenever we go to a town, we just stalk up on canned goods and then just camp out.
    Yeah, definitely. It's hard to find people who are dedicated to it, though, I don't really have a lot of experience train hopping/hitch hiking....
    If being a junior means I'm in grd. 11, yup. Yeah, that'd be sweet, from what I can see of you in your dp I think you could totally pull them off. Just as a forewarning, they'll look like a big, bushy mess for a good while before they actually start forming and looking awesome. Just gotta give them the time and effort :)
    Thank you, dear. Yes, just got them at the beginning of last week, already a bit of a pain, but worth the work.
    I still have another year to go too, but after that I'm taking several years off of school. I've been in school for 12 years of my life. I can have a break, lol.
    Don't think I'll be going on my bigish excursion (going from Southern Ontario to the East Coast of Canada) until after I get my highschool diploma.. But this summer me and a few friends are planning on just train hopping to the nearest big city for a day or two and back.
    Other than that, nothing too-too big. I eventually want to head over seas, go to Europe, Middle East, Africa, etc etc... but that won't be for a while, and even then, I want to see my own country before somewhere else, y'know?
    Don't think I'll be going on my bigish excursion (going from Southern Ontario to the East Coast of Canada) until after I get my highschool diploma.. But this summer me and a few friends are planning on just train hopping to the nearest big city for a day or two and back.
    Other than that, nothing too-too big. I eventually want to head over seas, go to Europe, Middle East, Africa, etc etc... but that won't be for a while, and even then, I want to see my own country before somewhere else, y'know?
    I'll definitely have to look into it, been looking for some variety from my usual books.
    Though, I suppose I can also look at it from the point of view that police sometimes have to put up with a lot of bullshit. Ah well, not overly important. Had just read an article on it, and sparked my memory.
    At any rate, have any traveling plans in the making? (close or distant)
    Or thinking out of the "norm" in general. The general community I live in is very conservative, so me sharing different views on certain subjects with people has gotten me into many an argument.
    As well, not too long ago a 17 year old guy ran through a field during a game, and got tasered... I guess a lot of people are getting unjustifiably tasered but police. Hell, even searching into Google/Youtube can get you lotsa results of police brutality.
    No, I haven't... just looked into it, think I might go try and scoop up a copy next time I'm book hunting.
    Understandably. Well, if you're ever in need for a good book, let me know; I've got a good assortment.
    What did you think of 1984? I kinda felt my mind melting as I was reading, and I find myself comparing a lot of things in life towards it now that I've read it...
    It was all pretty much based upon a book I had read ("1984"). Thought control, brain washing, hierarchical society, so on and so forth.
    As you have probably noticed, I'm an avid reader. I'm like an old lady, I read, quilt, and do puzzles *sigh* such a hard life...
    That's sweet, if what the poem is about is related to the book I'm definitely going to try and find it somewhere.
    As well, not sure if you've read and Jose Saramago books, but the one I read (Blindness) you might like that one. Epidemic of blindness that goes around; very amazing literature.
    Haha, yeah it happens. That sounds really amazing though, if you get it you definitly have to put it on here, I think that'd look sweet.
    By the way, hope you don't mind that I used your poem for an essay. I would have asked you earlier, but apparently it was due today and I had just started it yesterday. First thing I thought of :p
    Sweet, what do you have? I tried giving myself a safety pin tattoo, but then I got really impatient and just kinda said "fuck it". I'm planning on getting sillouhettes of birds from my arm pit towards my collar bone and then wrapping around my neck a bit. It's the beginning of my big tattoo project, really excited to get it started.
    What would you plan on getting?
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