Hey, everybody. So I saw Sonata Arctica live last night at Sub89 (Reading). It was my first concert so I was rather nervous and wasn't sure what to expect. We queued for about three to four hours to make sure we were at the front. Luckily once we got in there, we were as close as can be (you can probably tell that from my photos, still...). At first I was worried that the guy wouldn't let me in, as it is an 18-only
Updated 03-25-2011 at 02:30 PM by merzitar
My username is kinda stupid. Think of some new ones for me. Or tell me to stick with this one. Whatevs.
Everything continues to go great up here in Reno. Going to finally get my drivers license next week, so I'm stoked about that. I drive anyways, illegaly, but I still do it.
Nothing worked out with that girl I always talked about on here, but that's good. Tomorrow is actually the one month anniversary for my new girlfriend and I. Things are going great with us. She's trying to get me to change from being a recluse to being socialable. I need to change, being the way I am now is not
Originally Posted by djhyun
"I didn't really like King of the Hill because it was too realistic for me. Idk, I like to watch cartoons because they sort of get away from reality." -My Friend. Got me thinking and made me see television in a new way.
The quote is for all you people who got all butt hurt about this episode and the unrealistic eye ball thing. The audience is still partly for the younger aged. I watched simpsons in the early seasons when the episodes were about morals and lessons. It was