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#10 - The punniest  [+] (4 new replies) 03/26/2014 on Billy Bob the builder +1
#19 - EnergizierAnon (03/26/2014) [-]
>Harvey Birdman AAL reference
>swell with Ha Ha!
User avatar #29 - manofbeardliness (03/26/2014) [-]
I love me some Harvey Birdman, I used to watch that shit all the time on Adult Swim.
User avatar #30 - EnergizierAnon (03/26/2014) [-]
well then, allow me to link some nostalgia.
www.justanimedubbed.tv/watch/harvey-birdman-attorney-at-law/
#31 - manofbeardliness (03/26/2014) [-]
Tonight is going to be fun
#20 - If it weren't for the bottom left window it'd be a lot better. 03/26/2014 on Oh looks good 0
#8 - Yea probably the blades are usually plastic on trolling motors…  [+] (6 new replies) 03/26/2014 on Billy Bob the builder 0
#9 - ThekidsTEN (03/26/2014) [-]
oh ya, I knew this chick who go her leg caught in one, I think her name was Peg
#10 - manofbeardliness (03/26/2014) [-]
The punniest
#19 - EnergizierAnon (03/26/2014) [-]
>Harvey Birdman AAL reference
>swell with Ha Ha!
User avatar #29 - manofbeardliness (03/26/2014) [-]
I love me some Harvey Birdman, I used to watch that shit all the time on Adult Swim.
User avatar #30 - EnergizierAnon (03/26/2014) [-]
well then, allow me to link some nostalgia.
www.justanimedubbed.tv/watch/harvey-birdman-attorney-at-law/
#31 - manofbeardliness (03/26/2014) [-]
Tonight is going to be fun
#6 - That's just a little trolling motor so it wouldn't even go fas…  [+] (8 new replies) 03/25/2014 on Billy Bob the builder 0
#7 - ThekidsTEN (03/25/2014) [-]
But it would still hurt if you were to slightly stretch your legs out while sitting at the table
User avatar #8 - manofbeardliness (03/26/2014) [-]
Yea probably the blades are usually plastic on trolling motors, but it'd still hurt like a bitch.
#9 - ThekidsTEN (03/26/2014) [-]
oh ya, I knew this chick who go her leg caught in one, I think her name was Peg
#10 - manofbeardliness (03/26/2014) [-]
The punniest
#19 - EnergizierAnon (03/26/2014) [-]
>Harvey Birdman AAL reference
>swell with Ha Ha!
User avatar #29 - manofbeardliness (03/26/2014) [-]
I love me some Harvey Birdman, I used to watch that shit all the time on Adult Swim.
User avatar #30 - EnergizierAnon (03/26/2014) [-]
well then, allow me to link some nostalgia.
www.justanimedubbed.tv/watch/harvey-birdman-attorney-at-law/
#31 - manofbeardliness (03/26/2014) [-]
Tonight is going to be fun
#27 - I'm trying to figure out if this is the one of the funniest jo… 03/25/2014 on GOLDEN 0
#35 - I was thinking more like Justin Bieber fans. 03/25/2014 on bring on the hate +4
#20 - What the **** is wrong with confidence? I'm good… 03/25/2014 on OC- Only slightly though. +2
#153 - What's kept me still on the "does exist" side hasn't…  [+] (1 new reply) 03/25/2014 on GOD HATES US 0
User avatar #207 - hudis (03/26/2014) [-]
Yeah, I think people are just as capable of good/great deeds of selflessness, kindness and love even without religion. Myself, I don't really believe in anything and I'm more or less indifferent to morality, but I still do good deeds when the opportunity presents itself and live by a kind of moral code, mainly because it makes it easier to fit in in society and because it lets you rise higher in other people's eyes. In other words, people have many different reasons for doing good things, and quite often those reasons don't even have anything to do with selflessness. To some extent I would argue that religious reasons are among those, since it's ultimately for the promise of a divine reward rather than purely for the good of helping others.
#88 - He used his edginess in the wrong environment. 03/25/2014 on GOD HATES US 0
#86 - Exactly, it's just a person being an ass for no reason. 03/25/2014 on GOD HATES US 0
#85 - I get what you're saying, and agree to a degree. Just to clar…  [+] (3 new replies) 03/25/2014 on GOD HATES US 0
User avatar #113 - hudis (03/25/2014) [-]
I honestly believe that's possible as well, but I think it's just as likely that it was the result of extremely advanced technology beyond our current comprehension - or that it happened at random or is merely part of a naturally recurring cycle. Wait and see is a good way of looking at it. Sometimes I'd certainly like to believe, but I've never found myself able to even when the opportunity has been laid out before me.

(Such as when I was sitting on the bus one morning, philosophising wildly and thought to myself as I looked to the forest, "God, if you exist, send three birds over the exact tree I'm looking at right now", and behold, three birds immediately flew over the very same tree without another pair of wings in the sky. That caught me off-guard, but it did not alter my skepticism.)
User avatar #153 - manofbeardliness (03/25/2014) [-]
What's kept me still on the "does exist" side hasn't been church, music, or the bible, it's the people who actually live it. I don't mean the flat-earth fuckers on tv and what not, I mean the genuine people that give their everything into helping others. I've also been on a couple mission trips in third-world countries and just seeing the impact it made had me. There has to be a reason for someone to believe in something like the afterlife, mine's seeing that there is good great people in this world met more Christian like that than Non, so don't take it as an implication toward atheists.
User avatar #207 - hudis (03/26/2014) [-]
Yeah, I think people are just as capable of good/great deeds of selflessness, kindness and love even without religion. Myself, I don't really believe in anything and I'm more or less indifferent to morality, but I still do good deeds when the opportunity presents itself and live by a kind of moral code, mainly because it makes it easier to fit in in society and because it lets you rise higher in other people's eyes. In other words, people have many different reasons for doing good things, and quite often those reasons don't even have anything to do with selflessness. To some extent I would argue that religious reasons are among those, since it's ultimately for the promise of a divine reward rather than purely for the good of helping others.
#82 - Good point, but I was more so being facetious with the way I w…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/25/2014 on GOD HATES US 0
User avatar #84 - withersinsss (03/25/2014) [-]
That is true, saying with certainty that there's no afterlife is just the same as saying with certainty that there isn't one, it's still just as ignorant.
User avatar #86 - manofbeardliness (03/25/2014) [-]
Exactly, it's just a person being an ass for no reason.
#74 - Everyone has a reason for their belief and disbelief and that'…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/25/2014 on GOD HATES US 0
#79 - justapubbie (03/25/2014) [-]
I concur. Mr.edgy too edgy for post.
User avatar #88 - manofbeardliness (03/25/2014) [-]
He used his edginess in the wrong environment.
#160 - Well rum is kind of the ideal drink for the beach, but I and a… 03/25/2014 on Drinking all over the world 0
#44 - Yes, religion is unreasonable, but at the same time disclosing…  [+] (9 new replies) 03/25/2014 on GOD HATES US 0
User avatar #80 - hudis (03/25/2014) [-]
To me it doesn't have to be disproven because it's a completely man-made idea. Hundreds of religions have existed throughout history, most of them have had some kind of afterlife and many of them (including quite a few that have lived to this day) preach that their religion is the only right one and that their religion is the only way to be well off in the afterlife. To suggest that any of them is correct just does not make sense, no matter how much "God works in mysterious ways" you pour into it.

Scientific data that disproves the afterlife/god is not needed, to me at least, because there is absolutely no evidence that suggests that they exist to begin with. Zero. Before you say that "scientists are anti-religion and therefore biased" or something, consider that some of the first scientists were very religious and that people have been trying to find proof of various religions' legitimacy for hundreds of years - but they always come up short. Same with supernatural phenomena, miracles, ghosts, psychic abilities and many other things that originate in folk lore and legends. No matter how much people research and test it, over and over again, as they keep doing year after year even now, they never find any tangible evidence.

So personally, I don't need it to be disproven, nor do I feel the need to disprove it to anyone else. If there isn't a shred of evidence throughout the entire history of humanity to suggest that there is a higher power or an afterlife, I am content in believing in what I know; that when a person dies, their brain shuts down and dies with them, and very likely their consciousness as well.

But I don't know that there is no afterlife, obviously. I don't know that humans don't originate on Mars either, or that governments don't control the weather with radio waves, but that doesn't mean I feel I have to disprove it to people who do believe so when there is no evidence.

Messy port, but you get my point, yeah?
User avatar #85 - manofbeardliness (03/25/2014) [-]
I get what you're saying, and agree to a degree. Just to clarify, I believe in a god, but as a deist/unitarian way. I still hold onto Christian principles though because I was raised in the church and there are good values in it. In a nutshell I believe in god because I don't believe the ever expanding complexities of our universe were just at random. I believe that it's possible that a god set our universe into motion and backed off. As far as religion goes, I have a wait and see mentality.
User avatar #113 - hudis (03/25/2014) [-]
I honestly believe that's possible as well, but I think it's just as likely that it was the result of extremely advanced technology beyond our current comprehension - or that it happened at random or is merely part of a naturally recurring cycle. Wait and see is a good way of looking at it. Sometimes I'd certainly like to believe, but I've never found myself able to even when the opportunity has been laid out before me.

(Such as when I was sitting on the bus one morning, philosophising wildly and thought to myself as I looked to the forest, "God, if you exist, send three birds over the exact tree I'm looking at right now", and behold, three birds immediately flew over the very same tree without another pair of wings in the sky. That caught me off-guard, but it did not alter my skepticism.)
User avatar #153 - manofbeardliness (03/25/2014) [-]
What's kept me still on the "does exist" side hasn't been church, music, or the bible, it's the people who actually live it. I don't mean the flat-earth fuckers on tv and what not, I mean the genuine people that give their everything into helping others. I've also been on a couple mission trips in third-world countries and just seeing the impact it made had me. There has to be a reason for someone to believe in something like the afterlife, mine's seeing that there is good great people in this world met more Christian like that than Non, so don't take it as an implication toward atheists.
User avatar #207 - hudis (03/26/2014) [-]
Yeah, I think people are just as capable of good/great deeds of selflessness, kindness and love even without religion. Myself, I don't really believe in anything and I'm more or less indifferent to morality, but I still do good deeds when the opportunity presents itself and live by a kind of moral code, mainly because it makes it easier to fit in in society and because it lets you rise higher in other people's eyes. In other words, people have many different reasons for doing good things, and quite often those reasons don't even have anything to do with selflessness. To some extent I would argue that religious reasons are among those, since it's ultimately for the promise of a divine reward rather than purely for the good of helping others.
#56 - justapubbie (03/25/2014) [-]
Well, from my point of view, i don't *know* there's no afterlife, I just find it incredibly unlikely for us to somehow exist outside of our own brains. So all those who act like some sort of afterlife is a given, like it's obviously there and everybody should know by now, that's probably as annoying to me as people saying there isn't one to you.

In short, I don't believe in the afterlife, I think believing in the afterlife is silly, if there is an afterlife, i'll feel quite foolish. But i'll also feel happy, because heaven. Hopefully not hell. Or some sort of equivalent I suppose, there could be some system in place that has nothing to do with any known human religion
User avatar #74 - manofbeardliness (03/25/2014) [-]
Everyone has a reason for their belief and disbelief and that's more than fine. There is no way to prove it or disprove it, I just don't like people like twats about it both sides . Like this post for example, it's a fucking web-comic making fun of a person who both Christians and Non-Christians hated. Instead of taking it as a comic Mr.-edginess up there made a point to call out one of the core beliefs of the Christian religion.
#79 - justapubbie (03/25/2014) [-]
I concur. Mr.edgy too edgy for post.
User avatar #88 - manofbeardliness (03/25/2014) [-]
He used his edginess in the wrong environment.
#25 - Wait did somebody disprove the afterlife!?! Holy **** …  [+] (17 new replies) 03/25/2014 on GOD HATES US +8
User avatar #75 - klaes (03/25/2014) [-]
Not trying to get into the argument here, I'm just going to venture that the point you made contains a fallacy.

yourlogicalfallacyis.com/burden-of-proof

Anon is an ass and is just trying to stir shit up. As far as other's beliefs go: I agree with the notion that people should believe what they wish to as long as it doesn't hurt others, but remember that it is based on faith, not fact. The fact that you can't prove that there isn't a anaerobic koala living in the depths of a methane vent in some unreachable galaxy does not make the existence of it probable, it just means that it is my belief and nothing more.

This isn't to say that you shouldn't believe in things which haven't been proven, that is your choice, my point is simply that if someone takes the 'lack of evidence=no belief' stance the only thing you can earnestly respond with is 'well, I believe it and that's my choice'. Positive claim must support their thesis, not the other way around. Therefore asking for scientific data that disproves something which has not, as of yet, been proven, is somewhat silly.

A good example:
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russell's_teapot
User avatar #82 - manofbeardliness (03/25/2014) [-]
Good point, but I was more so being facetious with the way I worded my comment. The afterlife can in no way be proven or disproven, so it's like kicking a dead horse going back in fourth. Religion is based on faith and faith is usually held as a value to a person. I don't even practice Christianity, I haven't touched a bible in ages, the fact of the matter is some of my friends are, my family is, and I used to be. I'll still argue against people who make assumptions about the end result because of that.
User avatar #84 - withersinsss (03/25/2014) [-]
That is true, saying with certainty that there's no afterlife is just the same as saying with certainty that there isn't one, it's still just as ignorant.
User avatar #86 - manofbeardliness (03/25/2014) [-]
Exactly, it's just a person being an ass for no reason.
#33 - ninjaroo (03/25/2014) [-]
I don't understand it when people say that. Believe what you want, but acting like it's any more reasonable than believing there's a dragon in your garage is just silly.
User avatar #60 - instalation (03/25/2014) [-]
And come back to confirm or deny its existence to others.
User avatar #59 - instalation (03/25/2014) [-]
But we can check if there is a dragon in our garage.
User avatar #44 - manofbeardliness (03/25/2014) [-]
Yes, religion is unreasonable, but at the same time disclosing the possibility that the complexities of our universe could have been created by an omnipotent being because you disagree with a religion is also kind of unreasonable. Personally I'm as close to a deist as can be but still hold onto the principles of Christianity raised in it, and have other personal reasons . I have little to no problems with atheism, because a majority of my friends are atheists. It just gets pretty annoying to have someone tell you they "know" the end result because members of your religion get on their nerves.
User avatar #80 - hudis (03/25/2014) [-]
To me it doesn't have to be disproven because it's a completely man-made idea. Hundreds of religions have existed throughout history, most of them have had some kind of afterlife and many of them (including quite a few that have lived to this day) preach that their religion is the only right one and that their religion is the only way to be well off in the afterlife. To suggest that any of them is correct just does not make sense, no matter how much "God works in mysterious ways" you pour into it.

Scientific data that disproves the afterlife/god is not needed, to me at least, because there is absolutely no evidence that suggests that they exist to begin with. Zero. Before you say that "scientists are anti-religion and therefore biased" or something, consider that some of the first scientists were very religious and that people have been trying to find proof of various religions' legitimacy for hundreds of years - but they always come up short. Same with supernatural phenomena, miracles, ghosts, psychic abilities and many other things that originate in folk lore and legends. No matter how much people research and test it, over and over again, as they keep doing year after year even now, they never find any tangible evidence.

So personally, I don't need it to be disproven, nor do I feel the need to disprove it to anyone else. If there isn't a shred of evidence throughout the entire history of humanity to suggest that there is a higher power or an afterlife, I am content in believing in what I know; that when a person dies, their brain shuts down and dies with them, and very likely their consciousness as well.

But I don't know that there is no afterlife, obviously. I don't know that humans don't originate on Mars either, or that governments don't control the weather with radio waves, but that doesn't mean I feel I have to disprove it to people who do believe so when there is no evidence.

Messy port, but you get my point, yeah?
User avatar #85 - manofbeardliness (03/25/2014) [-]
I get what you're saying, and agree to a degree. Just to clarify, I believe in a god, but as a deist/unitarian way. I still hold onto Christian principles though because I was raised in the church and there are good values in it. In a nutshell I believe in god because I don't believe the ever expanding complexities of our universe were just at random. I believe that it's possible that a god set our universe into motion and backed off. As far as religion goes, I have a wait and see mentality.
User avatar #113 - hudis (03/25/2014) [-]
I honestly believe that's possible as well, but I think it's just as likely that it was the result of extremely advanced technology beyond our current comprehension - or that it happened at random or is merely part of a naturally recurring cycle. Wait and see is a good way of looking at it. Sometimes I'd certainly like to believe, but I've never found myself able to even when the opportunity has been laid out before me.

(Such as when I was sitting on the bus one morning, philosophising wildly and thought to myself as I looked to the forest, "God, if you exist, send three birds over the exact tree I'm looking at right now", and behold, three birds immediately flew over the very same tree without another pair of wings in the sky. That caught me off-guard, but it did not alter my skepticism.)
User avatar #153 - manofbeardliness (03/25/2014) [-]
What's kept me still on the "does exist" side hasn't been church, music, or the bible, it's the people who actually live it. I don't mean the flat-earth fuckers on tv and what not, I mean the genuine people that give their everything into helping others. I've also been on a couple mission trips in third-world countries and just seeing the impact it made had me. There has to be a reason for someone to believe in something like the afterlife, mine's seeing that there is good great people in this world met more Christian like that than Non, so don't take it as an implication toward atheists.
User avatar #207 - hudis (03/26/2014) [-]
Yeah, I think people are just as capable of good/great deeds of selflessness, kindness and love even without religion. Myself, I don't really believe in anything and I'm more or less indifferent to morality, but I still do good deeds when the opportunity presents itself and live by a kind of moral code, mainly because it makes it easier to fit in in society and because it lets you rise higher in other people's eyes. In other words, people have many different reasons for doing good things, and quite often those reasons don't even have anything to do with selflessness. To some extent I would argue that religious reasons are among those, since it's ultimately for the promise of a divine reward rather than purely for the good of helping others.
#56 - justapubbie (03/25/2014) [-]
Well, from my point of view, i don't *know* there's no afterlife, I just find it incredibly unlikely for us to somehow exist outside of our own brains. So all those who act like some sort of afterlife is a given, like it's obviously there and everybody should know by now, that's probably as annoying to me as people saying there isn't one to you.

In short, I don't believe in the afterlife, I think believing in the afterlife is silly, if there is an afterlife, i'll feel quite foolish. But i'll also feel happy, because heaven. Hopefully not hell. Or some sort of equivalent I suppose, there could be some system in place that has nothing to do with any known human religion
User avatar #74 - manofbeardliness (03/25/2014) [-]
Everyone has a reason for their belief and disbelief and that's more than fine. There is no way to prove it or disprove it, I just don't like people like twats about it both sides . Like this post for example, it's a fucking web-comic making fun of a person who both Christians and Non-Christians hated. Instead of taking it as a comic Mr.-edginess up there made a point to call out one of the core beliefs of the Christian religion.
#79 - justapubbie (03/25/2014) [-]
I concur. Mr.edgy too edgy for post.
User avatar #88 - manofbeardliness (03/25/2014) [-]
He used his edginess in the wrong environment.
#81 - I don't know about the rest of my country but where I'm from i…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/25/2014 on Drinking all over the world +1
#118 - wtfduud (03/25/2014) [-]
But do they drink whiskey like water?
User avatar #160 - manofbeardliness (03/25/2014) [-]
Well rum is kind of the ideal drink for the beach, but I and a lot of people do love some whiskey. Fireball whiskey is pretty fucking popular right now so a lot of people drink that at parties. I like non flavored whiskey more, but rum is my go-to drink.
#43 - Tumblr has some golden comedic moments, but I just can't get p… 03/25/2014 on Nignogs 0
#38 - Tumblr: the most hypersensitive site on the web. It's like a …  [+] (3 new replies) 03/25/2014 on Nignogs +27
User avatar #40 - anonymoose (03/25/2014) [-]
reddit.com/r/shitredditsays

Just went on and they're complaining about someone saying "To expect all racial groups to have the exact same aptitudes at everything is the truly fantastical, scientifically irrational assertion"

It's literally ~50,000 hypersensitive liberal women constantly pmsing because the word.
User avatar #43 - manofbeardliness (03/25/2014) [-]
Tumblr has some golden comedic moments, but I just can't get past the bleeding heart idiots that get offended by literally everything. I'm pretty liberal when it comes to social issues (gay marriege, equal rights, etc) but the rest of the liberal agenda is the biggest crock of shit somebody could ever dream up. It's like Tumblr is the breeding ground for bleeding hear liberals.
User avatar #41 - anonymoose (03/25/2014) [-]
because the word "nigger" was used, or "feminazi".
#54 - Yea true as that may be, that's predictable human behavior. I…  [+] (1 new reply) 03/25/2014 on Take it from the ones' who... 0
#55 - pyrusd (03/25/2014) [-]
I would say it's a tough call at that point because we have brought these issues to them and they haven't done anything. And by that I mean....a politician, statesmen, police officer, what have you could have violated the law and we will take that to the proper agency for reporting and then nothing gets done about it. So we have controls in place to fix these things, but they aren't working and after a while of HELP HELP HELP...no one's coming, well no point in calling for help then.

Damn near no one in office or employed by the state wants to do their job anymore. Quick example.

I was on a movie set as an extra, I was 27 at the time, and there was a 14 year old kid there. I was talking with some guys and he came over and we included him in our little group. His gay father was there with his boyfriend and other friends, to which they called over the 14 year old boy and started holding him and rubbing him. I figured uhhhh weird. Father keeps introducing him to other gay men who continue to do the same, holding, rubbing, grabbing his ass and so on. I figure that's really weird so I call child services because he could be being abused at home. Child services asks me, "why does a 27 year old know a 14 year old?" I met him on a movie set, he was an extra with me when these guys started rubbing him. "Oh so you see this kid in public a lot, don't you think that's weird for a 27 year old to be hanging out with a 14 year old?" So I hung up at that point.

Moral is I tried and it fell on deaf ears and people tried turning me into the bad guy for it. No point in calling back.
#53 - I'm pretty pro choice but can understand both sides of the arg… 03/25/2014 on Instutional Feminisim Not... +1
#16 - I guess her most recent ex ****** her over pretty… 03/24/2014 on kill people, burn shit +6
#14 - "kill people, burn **** " Odd Future lyrics?  [+] (2 new replies) 03/24/2014 on kill people, burn shit +11
User avatar #15 - lulchux (03/24/2014) [-]
haa hhaa no silly its friday by taylor swift
User avatar #16 - manofbeardliness (03/24/2014) [-]
I guess her most recent ex fucked her over pretty good than.
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User avatar #51 - rulebysecrecy (03/24/2014) [-]
yeah so like damn. but meh, im getting through it.
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User avatar #30 - Milos (09/24/2013) [-]
You favored How to cut a bottle with a string two times. On pages one and five of your favorites.
User avatar #31 to #30 - manofbeardliness (09/24/2013) [-]
I was unaware of this... Thank you for telling me
User avatar #27 - BeardOfJesus ONLINE (05/10/2012) [-]
the beardofjesus shines over your beardliness,
whether you want it to or not.
User avatar #28 to #28 - manofbeardliness (05/10/2012) [-]
I'm okay with this
User avatar #21 - katiewoman (01/31/2012) [-]
Hey, ran out of replies so thought I'd move it over here=)
There must be something in the water in Northern Carolina. I don't know many people at all who exceed 6'2
User avatar #22 to #22 - manofbeardliness (01/31/2012) [-]
Idk haha maybe. Most of my friends average around 6 ft and my friends brother is 6'8 and younger than me and I have a cousin who's 6'5 and a few friends that are right at my height
User avatar #23 to #23 - katiewoman (01/31/2012) [-]
Wow, that's pretty awesome, really.

So, anyway. Besides Football, what do you spend your time on?

User avatar #24 to #24 - manofbeardliness (01/31/2012) [-]
Music (instruments,) working out, hanging out with friends, drinking, doing redneck stuff that we find fun, and lots of school and working.
User avatar #1 - BrIaNnAbUnNy (11/12/2011) [-]
Thanks for the add by the way. :)
User avatar #2 to #1 - manofbeardliness (11/12/2011) [-]
No problem it's nice to have company haha.
User avatar #3 to #2 - BrIaNnAbUnNy (11/12/2011) [-]
Where ya from?
User avatar #5 to #3 - manofbeardliness (11/12/2011) [-]
What about you?
User avatar #4 to #3 - manofbeardliness (11/12/2011) [-]
Outside of elizabeth city North Carolina.
User avatar #6 to #4 - BrIaNnAbUnNy (11/12/2011) [-]
I'm going to NC for spring break! I go there at least once a year, My brother lives in Indian Trail outside of Charlotte. I'm from seattle.
User avatar #7 to #6 - manofbeardliness (11/12/2011) [-]
Ha sweet charlotte's a pretty nice place, I was living in Greenville and going to ECU but I transferred.
User avatar #8 to #7 - BrIaNnAbUnNy (11/12/2011) [-]
I'm applying to UNC. this summer
User avatar #9 to #8 - manofbeardliness (11/12/2011) [-]
Nice UNC's a good school I have family in chapel hill. If you do go to UNC always remember... Duke sucks lol
User avatar #10 to #9 - BrIaNnAbUnNy (11/12/2011) [-]
Haha will do, where did you transfer to?
User avatar #11 to #10 - manofbeardliness (11/12/2011) [-]
To the College of the Albermarl in elizabeth city. It sounds bad going from a University to an community college but for my plans it makes more sense.
User avatar #12 to #11 - BrIaNnAbUnNy (11/12/2011) [-]
What might these plans be?
User avatar #13 to #12 - manofbeardliness (11/12/2011) [-]
I'm going to minor in music, and then I'm going to a non accredited comercial(scuba) diving school. What about you?
User avatar #14 to #13 - BrIaNnAbUnNy (11/12/2011) [-]
I'm hoping to get into Western and become a teacher but whatever school I go to, I want to major in education and minor in theater. Unless I get accepted into HPU, I would then major in marine biology.
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