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radium88  
16 Jun 2007 10:08 | Quote
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GIDAY

I'm from a small town in Australia. i love my country. we have a music industry which is good, but we get a lot of american stuff and a little english. i'm in no way saying thats a bad thing. i learnt to play at school. do they teach music in schools other countries? i have Kangaroos that live on my farm. but u can't ride them or any thing. wat r ur countries like?
137bing137  
16 Jun 2007 12:27 | Quote
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well im from good old rainy England :D its pritty boring cus the weather is all ways s**t :D i have Kangaroo too :D only jkin i have a cat there pritty popalur in english so are dogs :D well somein about england let somone else say somin about it

l8aaazzzzz
137bing137  
16 Jun 2007 12:28 | Quote
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(lots of errors)
Well im from good old rainy England :D its pritty boring because the weather is all ways s**t :D i have Kangaroos too :D only joking i have a cat there pritty popalur in England, so are dogs :D well heres soming about England. Let somone else say soming about it.

l8aaazzzzz
mightydave  
16 Jun 2007 16:08 | Quote
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http://www.all-guitar-chords.com/topic.php?id=254
this topic already exists , but i'm from belgium:)
chunter41  
18 Jun 2007 18:47 | Quote
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I'm from North Carolina in the Good old US of A.
soy.el.che  
5 May 2008 13:45 | Quote
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mexico
lol
ThePusher  
5 May 2008 14:32 | Quote
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Thx for the bump of this forum Che, I'm from Nanaimo B.C. in Canada it's a pretty good place because in the last ten years there's been a boom in realty adn now we're about the 10th biggest in the province.
Nutter166  
5 May 2008 15:00 | Quote
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Llani, Mid-Wales, Britain =D Very wet place,very very wet..and cold..and lots of sheep :(
EMB5490  
5 May 2008 15:21 | Quote
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long island, new york.i live about 30 mins from jones beach if uve heard of tht, or about 40 mins from new york city, which uve all heard of for sure...
joe  
5 May 2008 15:24 | Quote
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gloucester, england.

pretty wet but other than that its as good a place to be as anywhere else round here.
Crunch  
5 May 2008 16:37 | Quote
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West Bend, Iowa. It's a very small town in a state with virtually nothing in it. However, we do have lots of corn, pigs, and a well renowned education system. My specific town is "world famous" for being home to the world's largest man made grotto, "The Grotto of the Redemption." It was built by a Catholic priest (starting) about 100 years ago (I think). More recently the town has been known for a very strong (American) football program at the high school level. However, the legendary coach retired several years ago and the program has gone downhill.

Edit: Oh, and the weather changes every 15 minutes.
Phip  
5 May 2008 17:06 | Quote
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Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
tourist destination, beaches etc. Pilgrims landed here.
we don't have any corn and i've dated most of the pigs!
rainy springs great summers. winter sucks no matter where you are up north.
my bussiness www.edstv.com
haha and now you know the rest of the story!
Mr King no more
EMB5490  
5 May 2008 17:16 | Quote
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hmm..cape cod...red sox fan eh? cape cod...good chips..lol
Crunch  
5 May 2008 17:19 | Quote
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Cape Cod chips are delicious. My sister bought some once (cheese and something flavored) and holy balls were they delicious.
EMB5490  
5 May 2008 17:26 | Quote
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ye good stuff.
GRX40  
5 May 2008 17:54 | Quote
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St. Louis, Missouri, USA.
telecrater  
5 May 2008 18:14 | Quote
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I just migrated from Iowa to Texas
Guitarslinger124  
5 May 2008 22:37 | Quote
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I've lived all over the place:

Camden, New Jersey
Hadden Township, New Jersey
Cherry Hill, New Jersey
University Heights, Ohio
Rochester, New York
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Richmond, Virginia
Chalfont, Pennsylvania

In that order.
les_paul  
5 May 2008 22:41 | Quote
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I'm from a little town called morehead in Kentucky.
Cata34  
5 May 2008 23:07 | Quote
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Salt Lake City, UT
Skold  
5 May 2008 23:28 | Quote
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Houston, TX.
ThePusher  
6 May 2008 00:39 | Quote
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Damn Guitarslinger you move alot I've only ever moved once and that was just across the street and it was when I was 1 and a half
Skold  
6 May 2008 00:41 | Quote
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@GS

Are you sure that isn't a TOURING SCHEDULE!?
deefa  
6 May 2008 06:50 | Quote
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Kingston-upon-Hull, East Yorkshire, England or "mucky 'ull" to us locals!

@Nutter
That's the first time I've known a Welshman complain about loads of sheep. What else are you going to do on a Saturday night?!
Guitarslinger124  
6 May 2008 09:09 | Quote
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Skold says:
Are you sure that isn't a TOURING SCHEDULE!?


i wish it was a touring schedule hehe... although if it were, Nashville, Tennessee would be my first stop. Just finished the guitar work on a dudes album set to come over the summer. you can hear his music at: showcaseyourmusic.com/leeelliott
Nutter166  
6 May 2008 10:27 | Quote
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@Deffa: We'll I got me an invite round a girls house for this Sat so =D Maybe steal her drums if I don't get to busy =P..but yeah the sheep are annoying fucking keep you awake if you have your window open O.O I also get told I look and sound more like and englishmen eventhough im a mix of Viking and Celtic Welsh -.-
mattmurray  
6 May 2008 13:52 | Quote
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Crunch says:
West Bend, Iowa. It's a very small town in a state with virtually nothing in it. However, we do have lots of corn, pigs, and a well renowned education system. My specific town is "world famous" for being home to the world's largest man made grotto, "The Grotto of the Redemption." It was built by a Catholic priest (starting) about 100 years ago (I think). More recently the town has been known for a very strong (American) football program at the high school level. However, the legendary coach retired several years ago and the program has gone downhill.

Edit: Oh, and the weather changes every 15 minutes.


I've been to that grotto, and I too live in Iowa... Sioux City to be exact. Better known as Siouxer City because of our stockyards which you can smell from miles away. And the weather is the same on this end of Iowa. One day last week it was 78, the next day it was in the thirties and snowing...now it's up in the eighties... it's rediculous.
soy.el.che  
6 May 2008 15:40 | Quote
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well ive lived in:
monterrey - nuevo leon
houston - texas...?
Brownsville - im not sure, i think its texas
monterrey - nuevoleon again
ciudad juarez - chihuahua
df - capital of mexico
san luis potosi - san luis potosi
ThePusher  
6 May 2008 15:45 | Quote
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Che I could be on crack but do you currently live anywhere near Jalapa?
EMB5490  
6 May 2008 15:50 | Quote
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gs and che, u guys dad's in the army? or u just like moving?

anyone here heard of auburn, alabama? its about an hour and a half from atlanta, birmingham. by lake martin, which was at one point the biggest man made lake in the u.s of a. yes...this is the college auburn home of the auburn tigers, wareagle! u havent been to a football game if u havent been to a auburn tigers football game.
Crunch  
6 May 2008 17:17 | Quote
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What were you here for mattmurray? I mean, it's possible you just came to see the "Grotto," but not likely.
league  
6 May 2008 17:29 | Quote
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North Hollywood, California.
mudnreo  
6 May 2008 17:56 | Quote
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Delmar Delaware USA 1/2 way down the Penninsula and dead center between the Atlantic and the Chesapeak Bay. Not much snow in winter and hot in summer but nice most of the time.
telecrater  
6 May 2008 18:34 | Quote
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mattmurray says:
I've been to that grotto, and I too live in Iowa... Sioux City to be exact. Better known as Siouxer City because of our stockyards which you can smell from miles away. And the weather is the same on this end of Iowa. One day last week it was 78, the next day it was in the thirties and snowing...now it's up in the eighties... it's rediculous.


Why do you think I moved!!!!!!!
It's really amazin what good Texas air smells like...its fresh, not filled with manure, pollen and mold after a classic Iowa winter. I used to have a friend who lived in Le Mars and Orange city, not that any one really cares
EMB5490  
6 May 2008 19:11 | Quote
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hehe, tele, thts wut auburn air is like, compared to new york, all air is better, and im not kidding, thers a serious difference noticably in the air, its cleaner, fresher, crisper in the south, same with the waters, prob due to tht thers sooo much huge buildings and buisnesses and factories in the north...
telecrater  
6 May 2008 20:52 | Quote
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True dat g

I remember driving down got just past Dallas and getting out and the first thing g noticed was the air did not smell like shit, and it was warm out.

EMB5490  
6 May 2008 21:17 | Quote
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telecrater says:
True dat g


lol telecrater, u in the hood now?
Doz  
7 May 2008 10:23 | Quote
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Stoke-on-Trent, The Midlands, England. It's just a dull place that screams boredom.
mattmurray  
7 May 2008 19:07 | Quote
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Crunch says:
What were you here for mattmurray? I mean, it's possible you just came to see the "Grotto," but not likely.


Haha, well actually that's exactly why we went... I think it was because as a child I was a big rock and gemstone collector, so that sort of thing interested me...
shredder101  
7 May 2008 20:22 | Quote
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I'm from the Philippines

I visit my mom every summer in Alhambra, CA...
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