Introduce yourselves! (A friendly topic for new members)

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Postby Graham » 01 Sep 2005, 23:46

I knew only a true fan would appreciate the reference.

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Postby Morgan » 11 Sep 2005, 10:38

graham, you dick-hole! you beat me to the reference! if only i bothered to check the newbies thread from time to time...
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Postby sky » 12 Sep 2005, 11:53

Umbrellaless - That is quite a feat in victoria, you must be wet alot.

Warning! Watching all the LRR videos at one time can be hazerdous to your sanity! It could cause your brain to explode and dribble out your ears. Im sure you have a very nice brain and wouldnt want to lose it! Although insanity can be fun. This forum kinda proves it!
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Postby umbrellaless » 17 Sep 2005, 11:40

That is quite a feat in victoria, you must be wet alot.


*coff* yes. very wet. oh baby...*coff coff*


sorry...every so often the maturity just slips...

anyway, yeah. I don't so much mind it, as long as my feet are dry. I hate wet feet.
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Postby DP » 17 Sep 2005, 16:30

Graham wrote:By the way... I hear Matt Good's a real asshole.


I called Matt "Mr. Band" one time. He wasn't amused.
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Postby octaveAssembly » 01 Oct 2005, 12:27

It's me!

I'm a philosophy major in Maryland (that's a state by the way). I don't remember how I heard of this site, but I've been visiting weekly since Door to Door.

But yeah, you guys are cool. I like your videos. Peace.

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Postby Graham » 01 Oct 2005, 15:23

Since Door-to-Door?
Wow! That's just over a year!

Welcome to the forums!

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Postby elikhi » 12 Oct 2005, 09:01

hi i'm new. XP.
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Postby Under13 » 19 Oct 2005, 09:52

WHO WILL EVER NOTICE THE NINJA-EDIT? Bwaahaahaa...
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Postby Graham » 19 Oct 2005, 10:07

Hey, whatever it takes.

Welcome!
To you and elikhi, who slipped in under my radar. Hi!

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Postby jess » 19 Oct 2005, 13:30

Hi, I'm Jess. This is me.

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I live in New York with some other internet people, and we stopped by to say hi yesterday. Maybe you guys noticed.

We are all in love with Graham and Kathleen, so this is part of our plan to split them up. Into small pieces. So that we may all have a part of them. Mu hu ha and whatnot.
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Postby Graham » 19 Oct 2005, 14:23

Oh, Jess.
There's already a little part of me in everyone.
And a significantly larger part in Kathleen.

Welcome!

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Postby Kathleen » 19 Oct 2005, 17:17

That part is penis shaped.
HOLY SHIT GUYS! BEARS!
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Postby DP » 19 Oct 2005, 18:21

Isn't Kathleen like on the other side of the province right now? Graham, I'm worried.
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Postby Dana » 19 Oct 2005, 21:24

Graham wrote:Oh, Jess.
There's already a little part of me in everyone.
And a significantly larger part in Kathleen.

Welcome!

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That is disgusting. And I guarantee that I am %100 Graham-free.
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Postby Nate » 19 Oct 2005, 22:45

Hi. I've actually been stopping in a LRR occasionally for a while. It just took all of that to get me posting. I am one of those New York people Jess mentioned. I have never seen her not wearing that hat. It is uncanny.
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Postby Smokin' Joe Musashi » 19 Oct 2005, 23:08

Heya guys. I'm Joe. I don't live in your country. I wanted to see what the fuss was about over at Graham's forum...
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Postby Under13 » 20 Oct 2005, 06:21

I am in Texas.

I do not know elikhi.
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Postby Kathleen » 20 Oct 2005, 18:40

Dana wrote:That is disgusting. And I guarantee that I am %100 Graham-free.


That's what you think. Ha ha ha.
What I'm trying to say is: slipping it in.

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Welcome Joe!

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Nate, can I see you wearing the hat?
HOLY SHIT GUYS! BEARS!
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Postby Dana » 20 Oct 2005, 18:53

From what I understand, there is no way Graham could be slipping it in without me noticing. Unless all the tales of eipcness are false. Then it might be possible.

And EW, Kathleen, that is gross.
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Postby Nate » 21 Oct 2005, 12:18

Heh. Actually, I was lying. I've never even seen that hat before that picture so I have to assume it's not hers. Otherwise I would borrow it.
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Postby Maxx » 24 Oct 2005, 15:36

There was a little bit of Graham in me.
It turned me evil and soon it will destroy me.
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Postby Graham » 24 Oct 2005, 21:06

Sorry to hear that. Enjoy!

Welcome!

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Postby Houynhnm » 01 Nov 2005, 03:00

Hey all,

My name is Ashley. I'm 21. I was hodgepodging my way through an English degree at UVic up until recently, when I decided to take some time away from it. Over the summer, I moved back home to dear Edmonton and I haven't worked up the gumption to leave yet (see: cheap living costs.) Anyways, while still at UVic last spring, I met Jeremy through a group project and he introduced me to this site. I've been an on and off frequenter ever since and have no idea why I'm just creating a forum account now.

Having recently watched your indie scenester rant, I feel compelled to acknowledge that I am something of a music snob. I don't think I realised the extent of this till I caught myself thinking, "The Foo Fighters as a bonus? I hope he's not being serious," midway through. I also work in the music section of my local A&B Sound and can't help but snicker when I overhear some girl talking about wanting to "marry The Bravery", or feel a twinge of hopelessness when a person I've recommended Sigur Ros to walks out with Rihanna. The staff has also drawn handlebar moustaches on every single Nickelback poster which a label rep has put up in our store....but I don't have any moral misgivings about that.

At any rate, I'm the first to admit that my current knowledge of music encompasses only the minutest of specks. I'm always open to suggestions. These days I'm listening to: Fembots, Castanets, Gang of Four, Jens Lekman, Pere Ubu, Gravenhurst, Stereolab, Sufjan Stevens, Do Make Say Think, Devendra Banhart, Talking Heads, Pavement, etc.

And I DO really like the Arcade Fire.
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Postby Graham » 01 Nov 2005, 10:14

Hey there! Welcome!

I like the Arcade Fire too, at least, I quite like what I've heard.
But are they really "OMFG BEST BAND EVAR!!?!?" like David Bowie says they are? (that was paraphrasing).

Sufjan Stevens? Awesome. Kathleen loves him.

Don't worry, we won't exclude you for being a music snob. We like people.

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