Hello apostate,yes I still live here with my liz lover...and dont worry I will do my part to keed this city weird!kisses to you!apostate630 said:cmeinsen said:
I spent the first Reagan Administration in Austin.
God, I miss Austin.
"No, dear," My Lady often reminds me. "You don't miss Austin, you miss Austin in the early 80s."
And so I do, overrun as it was with punk rockers and yuppie scum. Part of the charm of the place, actually. But I would still mortgage my soul to stand once more on Mt. Bonnell in the middle of the night, to look up at the stars and down at the city. And, of course, to hang out butt naked at Hippie Hollow before it was institutionalized.
I understand current problems involve overdevelopment into the next dimension, and threats to the local culture that prompted the proliferation of bumper stickers that read "Keep Austin Weird."
Cmeinsen, if you still live there, do your part to Keep Austin Weird. ;-)
indianchief said:Milwaukee Wisconsin USA
Cruciaris20 said:anybody from poland?
Cruciaris20 said:Apostate, you're right probably.
But sometime ago i meet some girl interest in crucifixion
Cruciaris20 said:heh, Catholicism in Poland is rather kind of mask then fact
Personaly im interest in both aspects of crucifixion - as victim, and as observer.
Moja matka byÃ…â€ša Polska i mÃƒÂ³j ojciec *Lithuanian* ale jestem od Stanu New Jersey.Cruciaris20 said:anybody from poland?