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Greetings From Huntington, WV

Discussion in 'New members introductions' started by camrayment, Jan 24, 2010.

  1. camrayment

    camraymentNew Member New Member


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    My name is Cameron and I'm 17 years old. I was born and raised in Huntington, WV, but I also lived in a suburb of St. Paul, MN for a while when I was younger. I believe in anarchy and freedom. I am a vegetarian. I like a lot of different kinds of music, mainly just about any kind of punk and folk music. I love crust. My favorite bands are Antischism, Appalachian Terror Unit (from my hometown), Crass, Conflict, Contagium, and so on. I also love Bob Dylan. I care a lot about the environment, and I fight evil companies like Massey Energy, who is destroying West Virginia's mountains and it's people because of their greed.
     

  2. punkmar77

    punkmar77Experienced Member Staff Member Uploader Admin Team Experienced member


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    Welcome Anarcho Punk.net, so are you actually in the Appalachians?
     
  3. Anxiety69

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    sings 'almost heaven, west virginia, blue ridge mountains shenandoah river...'
     
  4. Vegetarian Barbarian

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    The Apps. is the best mountain range in the US in my eyes. I loved it when i was there.
     
  5. camrayment

    camraymentNew Member New Member


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    Yes, the whole state techinically is, I suppose. The mountains aren't their biggest around here, though. But I was born and raised here, and I love the mountains more than anything. I've always felt a deep love and connection to nature, and King Coal is not only destroying our mountains and everything that inhabits them, but also our homes and culture. Anyone who isn't already educated on the effects on Mountaintop Removal (MTR) mining should do some research and take action, because it's terrible.
     
  6. jessfive

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    Hey! Welcome!
     
  7. codeygavein

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    CAM RAYMENT! \m/