How many Coachellas have you attended? 1st one was what year? Camp or hotel/condo?
Thanks for the good week, Guedita.
Mr. Mix, hi. Tell us a little about your worldview, guiding philosophies, enlightenment moments, etc.
General: I think a good portion of people wish their government, people and country would change. Another large portion of people tend to think everybody else's government, people and country should change to meet their standards. A select few are indifferent. None of these groups promote much action. I think action relies solely on the individual.
Specific: What bothers me most are religious groups from the southern United States traveling to foreign countries to help those in need / spread the good word. What most seem to neglect or maybe don't realize is their own state probably has a fair amount of illiterate and starving children. If foreign aid is such a concern donate the money it would cost to travel to these countries to organizations that specialize in foreign aid and go feed the kids up the road. I think this idea that wherever you live is "good enough" has contributed greatly to our perceived mediocrity. I've worked in enough respite care centers and homeless shelters to know at least a little bit as to what's going on as far as struggles at home. I'm not saying we shouldn't help foreign nations with their struggles. We're large and in charge, I get that. I think all struggling people should be helped... just don't forget about home.
Guiding Philosophies: I think if you have enough time, treasure and / or talent to share, you should. Also if you think you have enough time in your week to get a job, you probably should.
Enlightenment Moments: Finding out my parents were fallible at a very young age. I would have been extremely disappointed and probably a bit screwed up had I been surprised later on in life.
I think Conan O'Brien said on his last Tonight Show that if you're nice to people and work really hard you'll be amazed at how far it will get you. I agree.
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Edit: But I've been in an awkward situation the other way around. My friend's mom caught me drinking and doing lines early in high school. I can't even remember why I was at this person's house because he was technically my younger brother's friend. Later that week she said there was a problem with her computer and to come over and fix it. She had just gone through a messy divorce and insisted on watching me fix the computer usually in a bath robe. This happened several times. No physical interaction ever took place but I constantly saw nipple and she knew she was doing it. Most of the time the computer never needed fixing. One time she even just let a shoulder slip off the entire side. I just felt like if I were to say anything to my mom or my friend that she would come out with the bit of dirt on me. My mom was crazy enough as is so I just let it go. She paid me $20 every time I came over so that was nice.
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What is your drawl situation in comparison with Texan-born people?
3/30: White Fence, Twerps @ Bottom of the Hill
3/31: Public Service Broadcasting @ DNA Lounge
4/6: Hookworms, Disappears @ The Rickshaw Stop
4/8: Drive Like Jehu @ The Glass House
4/17: Swans, Angel Olsen
Admittedly the thought of that mature of a woman intimidated me at the time. She was most definitely the "hot" mom on the block (younger, fresher, drunker, etc.). 14 was a fun age. It's not every day your mom tells you Ms. So-and-so wants help with her computer and you know you're going to see some nice boobs.
I think at 14 it was more trying to not be a homewrecker of a family with which I grew up than turning down pussy.
Maybe he just didn't care all that much for Simon & Garfunkel at that age.
Shitty joke about The Graduate.
Fear > morals.
since you're such a fan of manscaping, have you ever gotten an ingrown hair & said, "please god, let that be an ingrown hair?"
your ≠ you're
[boarderwoozel3] dying or tim & eric
[boarderwoozel3] I'll take dying
I have never worried about getting a sexually transmitted disease but yes sometimes I get ingrown hairs.
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Favorite toy growing up?
Favorite super villain? Why?
What's the weirdest thing you ever tried and/or have stuck your member in? (gypsies count)
- Favorite super villain is a fantastic question. Without a doubt Black Manta. He didn't try to kill Aquaman, he just went for his defenseless son instead. Cold-blooded and epic.
- A deflated punching balloon toy filled with hair gel.