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backwoodsbob's Journal
backwoodsbob's Journal
February 18, 2012

south carolina




I'M IN LOVE with sc...

love you world but sc is now my home

so what hookups are here in the Charleston area?

February 18, 2012


February 18, 2012

tribute to the town I love so much

I'm moving to Charleston SC in a few weeks....have lived 8 years in Bluefield Va and never felt at home here.. always called myself a Detroiter....I will always have a special love for Motown..the city I love so much.I hate seeing her suffering...she WILL be back.Lived there for 21 yeaRS and will think so much of My Beloved Detroit.

I'm sure I'll love Charleston SC...it's beautiful...but I will always have a love for Detroit.

Guess I'm just saying goodbye to my beloved city finally..8 years in Va and I still called myself a Detroiter...now I'm a charleston lover.It's hard to let go.Hello Charleston...GOOD BYE BABY

Love you Detroit...goodbye.Now it's time to party

February 17, 2012

bon scott pre acdc rofl

February 16, 2012

green day appreciation thread

I'll start

February 14, 2012

words of wisdom from the church of the FSM


**I’m all for pointed criticism and humor at the expense of too-powerful religious institutions, but that is a very different thing than declaring someone is stupid for being religious. I’m strongly against simple intentional offense just for the sake of offending – I believe it makes the larger problem worse, causes everyone to entrench in their views, and gives ammunition to opponents. I have no say in the broader non-religious movements, but I don’t want FSM seen as cynical and negative. This is very important to me.**

**Nonbelievers would be better off criticizing only on the negative, damaging parts of religion, and being less judgmental about the idea of religion in general. Nonbelievers get hung up asking for evidence when really we should be looking at why does religion thrive despite evidence? We should be pushing the idea that faith is not equivalent to evidence-based-reasoning without insisting that it’s inferior, only that they are different ways of seeing the world. And that the problems happen when these world views clash. **

**To outsiders it makes us hard to define, but here are some general things that can be said about our beliefs:

We believe pirates, the original Pastafarians, were peaceful explorers and it was due to Christian misinformation that they have an image of outcast criminals today
We are fond of beer
Every Friday is a Religious Holiday
We do not take ourselves too seriously
We embrace contradictions (though in that we are hardly unique)**

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February 14, 2012

why cant the new country remember what made country great?


The Merls and willies and the songs that told a song
February 5, 2012

tell ya what I'll do guitar players

if anyone can play jerrys part note for note I will donate $20.00 to DU

Lets see it

February 2, 2012


I'm moving to the Mt. Pleasent / Summerville area of SC in june.

I'm getting back to civilization.

8 years ago I left Metro Detroit to marry the only woman I have ever loved unconditionally..and have lived on a mountain in the middle of BFE nowhere ever since.

In June we are moving to Summersville SC ..a few minutes from the beach and a few minutes from an actual city

We looked on wiki...450 restaurants within 20 miles...84 golf courses..tons of stuff to do..museums ..art gallery's..concerts

OMG..I'm moving back to a city...does happy dance

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