Peace of Mind wrote:
haha when did we ever discuss sex in this thread? i must have missed that lol
too bad two of my favorite subjects are the one's you never discuss with classmates and/or co-workers... religion and politics! (i would like to say i am one of the few people who can have these discussions and not get offended and turn it into a screaming match... most people cannot and it ruins it for me). i don't understand why people can't just have a healthy "educational" discussion about these things. ugh
anyways... down to discuss rock and roll... although i think i have a lot of music in my "music" section of fb so you can probably figure out what i like lol
haha agreed on the fast friends point!
I considered the point when Justathough and Condor were about to go all Barry Lyndon over you the sex part. That's about as close to discussing sex with semi-anonymous future classmates over the internet as I'd like to get!
As for religion and politics, everyone says they want to have a healthy educational discussion, but more often than not it devolves into a shouting match when people feel like their core beliefs are being challenged. I mean I love to have good conversations on all topics, especially those which are intellectually stimulating...but I mean 98% of the time its gonna end up with someone shouting and the other person retorting back, "look, I could agree with you, but then we'd both be wrong!"
On to rock and roll. As suggested, I've looked over your fb music...and I will only call you out on one thing...Plain White T's?! C'mon. For someone who professes to be creeped out by stalkerish tendencies, "Hey There Delilah" is like the creeper anthem. The lead singer wrote that song about a girl he met once...at a party...and she already had a boyfriend. Go think about that one for a second.