Do you have an old-fashioned kind of lifestyle?

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Bradleigh
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05 Aug 2008, 1:10 pm

Well I guess also I do not use my mobile phone much (partialy as no one to call), I do not realy like carrying devices so I can listen to music on the go. Well I will tell you that it was after 94 that I played the NES, family has always been below on computer, at the moment the our pc is on ME, at least I have my fairly up to date laptop. Even though I feel disnconected from popculture I still would rather live in the present, I like progres and to live in the past would feel like a reverse of progres.


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05 Aug 2008, 1:22 pm

I am the counterpoint of old-fashioned

I don't have an iPod, but would like one.

I haven't played video games in a while, other than PC/Mac emulation, but I am re-exploring them.

I am always keeping up with new technology, and Best Buy is pretty much my home away from home. The only think I don't have is an iPhone, and that's only because they're in very limited supply.

I am a Christian, but practice it non-conventionally, and I live very secularly.

I still have a VCR, but have pretty much made a complete transition to DVD.

I still have audiocassettes, but rarely play them.


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