anyone know the obscuremo band "Hint"?

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Re: anyone know the obscuremo band "Hint"?

Postby pygmyprieta » Sun Sep 06, 2015 1:40 pm

on the edge of my chair waiting for some dank underground skrammo and you guys are having a match.com meetup
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Re: anyone know the obscuremo band "Hint"?

Postby pygmyprieta » Sun Sep 06, 2015 1:41 pm

just kidding, but srs anyone uncover the relics yet?
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Re: anyone know the obscuremo band "Hint"?

Postby thebigmin » Sun Sep 06, 2015 7:50 pm

pygmyprieta wrote:on the edge of my chair waiting for some dank underground skrammo and you guys are having a match.com meetup


:lol:
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Re: anyone know the obscuremo band "Hint"?

Postby CharlieBronson » Sun Sep 06, 2015 9:23 pm

pygmyprieta wrote:on the edge of my chair waiting for some dank underground skrammo and you guys are having a match.com meetup



LOLZ.

SRS GET A ROOM FAGZ
thebigmin wrote:man true screamo like 02 was all about being as skinny as possible, being so shy, hugging your self while watching screamo bands and tapping on your chest, flailing your arms..
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Re: anyone know the obscuremo band "Hint"?

Postby Algernon Wymondham » Sun Sep 06, 2015 11:28 pm

relaxiwontpost wrote:ah, yeah I thought it was you. hi! I remember you! I'm still not senile, woot! how's things?


Ha! I'm doing... a lot better than when we were first in touch. Learning about myself, blah blah blah. Taking some classes at the community college here, so I'm meeting new people on a regular basis. It's really wonderful, to be honest. I've also been spending less time online and more time with tactile pursuits - film photography, printmaking, writing letters - which feels a lot better than spending hours on the internet. Still writing music - in fact, I've finally found a drummer and am working on putting together a full band, which I'm really excited about. All in all, things are going great. Thanks for asking! How about yourself?

pygmyprieta wrote:on the edge of my chair waiting for some dank underground skrammo and you guys are having a match.com meetup


Exsqueese me. Match is for the bourgeoisie. I'm a strictly OKCupid kinda guy. Actually, I just spend way too much time in the library and talk to people I should probably leave alone.

...Actually, Backpage. :lol:
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Re: anyone know the obscuremo band "Hint"?

Postby CharlieBronson » Sun Sep 06, 2015 11:44 pm

God dammit

Take this somewhere else. like...
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Re: anyone know the obscuremo band "Hint"?

Postby Cpt9Ball » Mon Sep 07, 2015 12:53 am

CharlieBronson wrote:God dammit

Take this somewhere else. like...


Oh wow, no caps lock. You must really be feeling strongly about this.
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Re: anyone know the obscuremo band "Hint"?

Postby thisguyisalright » Mon Sep 07, 2015 1:49 am

Algernon Wymondham wrote:I'm a strictly OKCupid kinda guy.


Was gonna tell you guys to stop making out but OKCupid is most skramz dating site via kitty pryde
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Re: anyone know the obscuremo band "Hint"?

Postby relaxiwontpost » Mon Sep 07, 2015 12:53 pm

pygmyprieta wrote:on the edge of my chair waiting for some dank underground skrammo and you guys are having a match.com meetup


haha.

Algernon Wymondham wrote:Ha! I'm doing... a lot better than when we were first in touch. Learning about myself, blah blah blah. Taking some classes at the community college here, so I'm meeting new people on a regular basis. It's really wonderful, to be honest. I've also been spending less time online and more time with tactile pursuits - film photography, printmaking, writing letters - which feels a lot better than spending hours on the internet. Still writing music - in fact, I've finally found a drummer and am working on putting together a full band, which I'm really excited about. All in all, things are going great. Thanks for asking! How about yourself?


sounds good. the Web can be quite toxic, and pursuing something more immediate can be more rewarding. good luck with putting together a band, and be sure to post some stuff here when you've got that sorted out.

I'm doing well, thank you. I work as a hacker/computer science researcher. presently I am working on free e-learning module authoring suitable for non-technical users, in order to a) liberate users from the dividing and subjugation of proprietary software, and b) offer a ladder for the residents at the bottom of the pyramid -- in this case -- unfortunately, the ones that matter the most in e-learning -- the students themselves, and also to some extent teachers. if you're ever tremendously bored and/or interested in e-learning, see this draft of our paper: https://secure.plaimi.net/papers/2015-0 ... aching.pdf -- it was what secured us our current funding.
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Re: anyone know the obscuremo band "Hint"?

Postby Algernon Wymondham » Mon Sep 07, 2015 1:36 pm

relaxiwontpost wrote:sounds good. the Web can be quite toxic, and pursuing something more immediate can be more rewarding. good luck with putting together a band, and be sure to post some stuff here when you've got that sorted out.

I'm doing well, thank you. I work as a hacker/computer science researcher. presently I am working on free e-learning module authoring suitable for non-technical users, in order to a) liberate users from the dividing and subjugation of proprietary software, and b) offer a ladder for the residents at the bottom of the pyramid -- in this case -- unfortunately, the ones that matter the most in e-learning -- the students themselves, and also to some extent teachers. if you're ever tremendously bored and/or interested in e-learning, see this draft of our paper: https://secure.plaimi.net/papers/2015-0 ... aching.pdf -- it was what secured us our current funding.


Interesting! I'll respond to this via email in order to not further provoke the wrath of CharlieBronson. What's your current email address?
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