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nerderer
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28 Dec 2005, 1:24 pm

damn i forgot i got fired from a crap job for the second time than hurt myself enough i couldnt walk for two months and lost out on another crap job...now im depressed i hate my family so bad but it goes back and forth their all i have...i hate basketball but we had 4k worth of tickets i could of used for a car but they wernt mine like that anyway fishing is replacing surfing cause im getting old or feel like it anyway and well that guy kelly slater won for the 7th time this year but i cant care about that at all.



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28 Dec 2005, 1:43 pm

Another scraping off the top of middle class wages and placed neatly below the poverty line.

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28 Dec 2005, 2:46 pm

slayer tours europe thru may and july


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28 Dec 2005, 3:16 pm

In 2005 I have spent much of my time reconstructing my past through an AS filter.

I spent way too much time in frustration, wanting to do lots of hiking and backpacking, but was prevented from doing so because I needed to reduce the pain from chronic hip bursitis to a manageable state.

Also I experienced other physical maladies: a puncture wound to the knee, patella tendonitis, and a broken toe.

I finally found work that I like to do and people I like to work with. Unfortunately it’s seasonal, but I like it nonetheless.

I am finally embracing the concepts of minimalism and dropout culture. The need fit in or be “successful” is disappearing and is being replaced with an intense desire to spend my time making life worthwhile for ME, regardless of societal expectations.

In 2005 I received compliments from the opposite sex, for the first time in years.

I shot a man in Reno, just to watch him die.

I not only accepted, but also have come to love being a loner.

I regained my photography hobby and now have a creative outlet that has been missing from my life for too long.

I guess that’s the important stuff. There was some positive progress in 2005, but I’m nowhere near living the life I want yet.



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29 Dec 2005, 9:04 am

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In 2005 I have spent much of my time reconstructing my past through an AS filter.
good point i did a bit of this too

false alarm, what i thought was an std was just an ingrown hair, then again if i put it off long enough ill be in the third stage in my quest to commit suicide by syphilis.

SB2 take a breather on the boomers and well pick it back up in 06' k

also since we have some fine folks on page 2 here i thought id share as if it was my bright idea that we will be experiencing soon enough 06/06 in 06' i mean im not into whatever that might mean but i consider what could come of it, maybe just another reason to drink i dunno.



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29 Dec 2005, 9:14 am

synchro wrote:

I shot a man in Reno, just to watch him die.



for real
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29 Dec 2005, 9:49 am

My life this year

Moved to reno,nv,usa

Moved back to colorado cause there was a girl who I thought liked me

She went to collage...in new hampshire

Moved back to reno because...what the hell

Went fishing alot with my stepdad and grandpa

Got a new cat "David The Cat" yes that is his name

Turned 18

Got bored so I bought a shotgun (still haven't even shot it)

Met a girl on Myspace.com

Spent night at ^girls house...She said she liked me...We got drunk(legal in nevada)...and I am still somehow a virgin

Haven't spoken to her since...not on purpose,I just keep forgetting to call

Got a PSP and Fable pc ,for christmas

I played them until my hands hurt and I couldn't think staight

I'm hungry


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29 Dec 2005, 2:22 pm

synchro wrote:
In 2005 I have spent much of my time reconstructing my past through an AS filter.

I spent way too much time in frustration, wanting to do lots of hiking and backpacking, but was prevented from doing so because I needed to reduce the pain from chronic hip bursitis to a manageable state.

Also I experienced other physical maladies: a puncture wound to the knee, patella tendonitis, and a broken toe.

I finally found work that I like to do and people I like to work with. Unfortunately it’s seasonal, but I like it nonetheless.

I am finally embracing the concepts of minimalism and dropout culture. The need fit in or be “successful” is disappearing and is being replaced with an intense desire to spend my time making life worthwhile for ME, regardless of societal expectations.

In 2005 I received compliments from the opposite sex, for the first time in years.

I shot a man in Reno, just to watch him die.

I not only accepted, but also have come to love being a loner.

I regained my photography hobby and now have a creative outlet that has been missing from my life for too long.

I guess that’s the important stuff. There was some positive progress in 2005, but I’m nowhere near living the life I want yet.





We have some similarities.
But to sum it up....Figuring out what I want, & started becomming more accepting and comfortable with myself. Trying to focus on what I am instead of what I'm not.


I'm kinda boring though. Basically all I did last year was spend as little time around my parents as possible, work, & ride/read and practice/improve my technique on the motorcycles. Sold one of them and got one more suited to my riding desires. Decided to deliver the one I sold to the new owner in Vermont.... Beautiful place, wish I could have stayed longer.

Also spending more time by myself doing what I want.... not trying to fit in and do whats expected (with the exception of work). Trying not to worry about what others think of me & comparing myself to others, and trying to gain some self-esteem which has been almost non existant for a long time. Comparing myself to others has been so self-destructive for me.....it's amazing.

Finding out about AS has given me comfort & validation in so many ways. I can actually be introspective now since AS makes so much of me and anwers so many questions about me. for the londest time I was just on auto pilot completly sick of myself....so much so I couldn't lookmyself in the eye. I'm not filling the emptyness inside with useless material crap anymore. My addiction to pornography has dwindled down to near nothing (and I haven't even been trying to reduce it)....Been getting more focused on me and what makes me truely happy.

I too am loving being a loner.
I do like people but I mostly prefer to be an observer. I always have and probably always will.
I have a couple reliable and trustworthy freinds and thats all I need.

I've started my photography interest back up too after being out of it for 13 years or so. I'm taking it very slow and easy this time around so I don't set myself up for failure like in the past.

While I didn't shoot a man in Reno just to watch him die,.... I do like Johnny Cash :wink: