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Introductions: Subjecting yourself to the formality of social inclusion.

Discussion in 'New members introductions' started by rustyvagrant, Nov 18, 2010.

  1. rustyvagrant

    rustyvagrantMember Forum Member


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    Well, hello there. I've been leeching off of this site for it's downloads for some time. I've never really considered joining, having been burnt out on the whole "forum" thing, though I have been a practicing anarchist since I realized that it was more than fucking shit up and listening to punk when I was 13. I listen primarily to good pop punk (such as a lot of the stuff on Plan It X and put out by No Idea), folk punk, crust, and riot grrl. I'm Rusty, a 17, 18 in less than a month, anarcho-feminist, with an attraction to communal living and all aspects of community and unity as an enveloping whole. I serve and cook for Food Not Bombs and protest and do what I can to be active in my community in a scene, and spend a good portion of time at the East Marginal House in Tukwila, WA, and the rest of my time either in Redmond, Seattle, or wherever else I find myself in Washington and Oregon. I'm in an anarcho pop punk band as a bassist and vocalist, considering join a post-hardcore outfit as a frontman, and working on starting an anarcho-crust band with Marginal House-mates.

    Uhm, yeah. I'm a really nice guy. Some would say the smarmiest of charming bastards. ;)
     

  2. JackNegativity

    JackNegativityExperienced Member Uploader Experienced member Forum Member


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    'sup :)
     
  3. rustyvagrant

    rustyvagrantMember Forum Member


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    Oh, you know, just partying hard. Just watched Suburbia.
     
  4. butcher

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    welcome :beer: