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  • Birthday 06/23/1988

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  1. Hey all. I'm in southern california for the holidays and was considering visiting SFMM tomorrow. Will it be crazy because kids are out of school? Thanks for the input!
  2. CoasterBill - thanks for that information! The closure of El Toro and Kingda Ka are dealbreakers. I grew up going to SFGADV but haven't been in about a decade and was looking forward to getting my fiance onto Kingda Ka and El Toro.
  3. Has anyone ever visited the park the day after Thanksgiving? I'm contemplating going but don't want to get stuck in massive crowds. Thanks!
  4. I made it to the park yesterday at 5 PM and was delighted to find a 10 minute wait for Twisted Cyclone. My boyfriend and I snagged three rides on it. Holy. Crap. What a beast. Fast, smooth, well paced, etc. All the things I'd expect from an RMC! What a great addition to the park. I'm glad to have finally gotten on it.
  5. Any thoughts on what the Twisted Cyclone line is like towards closing on a weekday? I haven't ridden yet and am contemplating getting to the park around 5:30 PM (7PM closing) either today or tomorrow. Thanks ya'll!
  6. Hi all! I recently relocated to Atlanta and made my first visit to SFOG yesterday. It was annihilated with people (90+ minutes for every ride) by ~11:30 am. When should I be going to the park to avoid these situations? Thanks for the help!
  7. I'm so glad I was able to be your twink Robb Get ready for SF gay pride '10
  8. I did it in Spain and had some really, really great experiences with it. The website seems sketchy at first but members can verify their identities and addresses, and feedback (positive or negative) can never be removed from a persons profile. Additionally, none of your messages are entirely private so that if you go missing, they can determine who you were planning on staying with. I would do it again in an instant.
  9. You cannot change your sexual orientation. Period. The people you know were not truly gay. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sexual_orientation#Efforts_to_change_sexuality Read 'Efforts to change sexuality'. There is no evidence to show that sexuality can be changed.
  10. Assassins Creed II $50 $50 towards sunglasses Cashmere scarf Kenyon College Tie Lots of candy Some other PS3 game that has yet to arrive... Sweater Shirt It was a good Christmas! I'm perfectly happy
  11. I got an interview for the Molecular & Cell Biology PhD program at UC Berkeley. The acceptance rate for those interviewed? 90%. I HAVE A FUTURE AFTER COLLEGE!
  12. Although I do think marijuana should be legalized, there are certainly a few concerns that I have. Legalization should be done in a way that does not encourage people to become recreational users. Legalization should include provisions to increase public health services to treat people who become mentally dependent on marijuana to prevent marijuana from having a negative effect on society. Yes, most people can use marijuana without detriment to their daily lives, but some cannot and it is important to provide some sort of protections to those people. I also think ethical concerns arise when any governing body legalizes a vice to generate tax revenue. State governments have successfully taxed alcohol and tobacco without encouraging their use in society, and it is essential that marijuana is treated in a similar way. Aside from those concerns, I think legalizing marijuana is a solid idea. It would reduce drug cartel activity and violence, reduce strain on the justice system, expand its use in medicine, and allow Americans to have more control over their bodies.
  13. I've met Jamie Lee Curtis and Christopher Guest because their daughter was a friend of mine in college. I've also seen Josh Brolin (I was friends w/ his son) and Annette Bening. It's funny. I grew up in a major east coast city and never saw any celebrities until I went to a small liberal arts school in Ohio. Oh, I also saw Denise Richards in LA, which was entirely unexciting.
  14. We don't live in a theocracy and discrimination is wrong, no matter your beliefs. Let other people live their lives. It's that simple.
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