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What were your highs and lows of 2023 so far?

— finally studying the course i've been eyeing off for ~5 years
— finishing that course (i'm just about there, anyway!)
— buying my first car
— finding a rental that has a room for my son
— attending australia's first ever knotfest
— two music festivals and two concerts (well, the second is this weekend)
— getting a new laptop for my birthday, so i can play my pc games again
— falling back in love with reading
— working more on trauma recovery and not backsliding
— seeing all of my son's progress and accomplishments
— getting closer to a friend i fell out with years ago and dearly missed
— still having @aclockworkbananna by my side ♡
— losing two friends who had meant a lot to me, but seeing with coloured glasses
— realising my doctor is useless, and i'm gonna struggle finding one that works for me
— having my first ever case of tonsillitis, so severe i had to go to the ER
— my wisdom teeth pain flaring up to such an extent that i find it painful to eat / drink (even water)
— joint pain after covid that has impacted my stamina when walking

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1) LOFL, my dad was obsessed with Whitesnake. 🤣 I didn't like them until many years later. Mom's Classical didn't appeal to me until I got into Malmsteen (late 2000s)? Anyway, at that point, everything finally "clicked." I didn't catch 2nd Wave BM until the mid 2000s. 15 years late on my end. 🤣🤣🤣 💗

I think my mom liked Whitesnake. There was a band with a similar name that I cannot remember that she always talked about going to see at SPAC here. I'm not sure about what happened there. I think she may have been into some stuff thet she's never shared. I once mentioned Danzig to her and she had a strange reaction. 🤔🤣 I know she liked dark haired muscle men… 👀🤣 She still doesn't understand how I haven't "hooked up" with Apocalyptica. 🤣🤣🤣 My first Apo concert she came with me actually. I remember her remarks about who I apparently was looking at most. 🤣 And then the time that she said that Gavin Rossdale kept looking at me because I looked like his wife at the time Gwen Stefani. 🤣🤣🤣(Middle school Rachel's life was made.) My mom and I had some fun times at concerts in my 20s. Then she met her horrible husband and that stopped.

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He was the love of my life but I wasn’t the love of his.

That is sad, but it is something that many of us have experienced. When I was 18 I was in love with a young woman named Ruth. I could not believe my good fortune to finally find a woman who would love me as I loved her. Unfortunately, Ruth had another man she loved and I was simply a toy to be used and abused to drive her around, take her to concerts, to the beach whenever the love of her life wasn't around. But.. as a result of that experience I grew stronger and became more observant, cautious and realistic with my future relationships.
Looking back at it, I would say that failed relationship taught me how to effectively interact with women while minimizing the risk to my own health and wellbeing. I say minimize because I do not believe that you can completely eliminate difficult or hurtful relationships, but you can certainly learn to manage relationships better to achieve successful outcomes. Good luck. 🌻

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Have you ever got fired from a job for taking too many vacation days?

No. I used to call in constantly because I didn’t want to go,
for concerts, etc. nobody gave a fck. Even when I was working I’d get my job done within half an hour and then just wander around or go outside. I was so quiet and to myself and normally working alone so it was unnoticeable if I was gone. Always excellent reviews. 🤣
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do you think it's wrong of parents to help me financially at 27? i do have a job but i don't make enough to live comfortably so they help me. they pay my rent and bills and other basic needs. i pay for things that aren't basic needs such as clothes, makeup, trips, concerts etc.

Clothes and the odd bit of make up okay but while your parents are paying your rent and bills your going on trips and concerts

What is something you’ve done/felt/seen that you wish you could experience for the first time again? 🤩

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I wish I could relive watching The Hobbit for the first time!
Also being at certain concerts, like my first Coldplay concert, Ariana’s and Posty’s concerts too.
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What is something youve donefeltseen that you wish you could experience for the

Deja de insistir que me gusta el metal ya nadie lo escucha

I couldn’t care less if you like metal and nobody listens to it? All the concerts I attend say otherwise. Stop sending things about reggaeton vs metal. I’ve never met a person that even listens to that. I’m not even sure what it is myself. I think it’s the sh!t that the food carts in NYC play. 🤣
Deja de insistir que me gusta el metal ya nadie lo escucha

I didn't get to go to their concerts when I was growing up because I had to stay focus on my studies

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Honestly , I never went to any concert . but they in weverse did a virtual concert for all the army. So yes I felt that it was something wonderful because I had a feeling of having been to a concert.

Do you prefer living in the city or county and why?

Country. Because I never have to drive in traffic ever in my life. Can leave in the woods and still be 10-15 minutes from any type of store you would need. I'm an outdoors person, nature is just beautiful to me. Creeks and rivers you can swim in, they're plenty out here. Ever seen the night sky out in the country compared to the city? You can see everything including the milky way going across the sky, it's beautiful.
As I grew older, and the credit I was building by my behavior was actually positive, it was nice to move to a small town. Walking into a bank where the manager knows your name, getting greeted at the post office and not going through a hassle picking up packages, etc. Once, I even had a wallet returned to me because the lady recognized my picture from church. Mind you, there are less opportunities. My wife worked as a graphic designer for a bit, and demand wasn't terribly high or lucrative. Non-city life makes it a bit easier to be a part of the community. Bedroom communities. They're small towns that are close to large cities. Most of the people that live in these towns don't actually work in these towns. You get the feel of the community of a small town, people know you, yet you still have stuff to do that isn't too far away.
I generally have much more in common with city people. I also like concerts, theater, public transportation and good restaurants, and that really only comes with cities. I like visiting the country but have no real interest in that lifestyle.
Rural within easy reach of a city is ideal for me. I live in a city currently (for university) and I really struggle with sleep because there is always light and noise coming from outside, also I hate crowds. I'm from a small village originally and much prefer the peace and quiet, and the green countryside
Rural, because I was born in it. I've problems when I'm sleeping at friend's house because I'm used to the noises of the cities(and I'm talking about small cities <30k citizens), for instance my grandma had problems sleeping because they opened a railroad that passes almost 2km from our house, but you are able to ear it in complete silence. Also the idea to have a garden or to walk outside without the traffic, I feel like I'm in a box while being in cities like Milan.
Being in a larger city can be nice sometimes, but I would never live in one. I just find it too crowded, too hectic and very weird if you are just surrounded by city. I like small towns/cities, something around the 30-60k population mark. You have enough people there that the place isn't totally empty, but it's not too crowded, the city is small enough that can easily bike everywhere and the city is just large enough that you can do some stuff in it. I grew up in a city with around 30k people living there, and I just like the feeling there.

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What's the best live event you've been to? What made it so great? 🎙🎶

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It'll always be iKON concert here in Manila last 2018. It's the first ever concert that I've attended 😂 (not fond of going to concerts, but for iKON, I DID!)
What made it so great is that.... well, it's iKON! Kings of live performances and so great in hyping the crowd 😍😍😍

Quelles études scolaires as-tu faites et quels sont les domaines que tu as appris en autodidacte que ce soit dans des livres ou sur Internet ou ailleurs ?

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Euh j'ai fait lettres classiques à un moment dans ma vie mdr. J'ai un peu traîné à l'antenne de théologie de mon bled aussi.
J'ai pris des cours d'éducation canine.
Mon copain a bossé en cuisine et il a une mention complémentaire traiteur, j'essaie d'imiter ce qu'il fait.
J'ai pris des cours de danse diverses, et mon père est un ancien instructeur de planche à voile/muscu. (Je sais toujours pas faire de la planche à voile, mais j'ai des bases en fitness.)
Mon grand-père était électricien alors je sais identifier deux/trois trucs, tant que c'est pas trop technique.
Mon ex m'a appris à jouer aux échecs et au clavier aussi.
Ma grand-mère et ma mère m'ont pas mal forcées à m'intéresser à l'ésotérisme et à l'astrologie.
A un moment j'allais à des ateliers de poterie, ça me sert encore quand je modèle de la pâte polymère.
J'ai pris des cours de théâtre et de danse pendant quelques années, j'ai déjà participé à la mise en scène de pièces +création de costumes / décors (fonds peints, récup de meubles et vêtements, ajustement de vêtements, costumes sur mesure et papier mâché)
Et là je suis en train d'essayer de me former pour faire de la médiation culturelle autour du folklore local.
Et toute seule j'ai pas mal bossé mon anglais et mon espagnol, mon latin et mon grec, des bases en polonais et en hébreu, la cuisine et la pâtisserie, le dessin et l'aquarelle, la couture, le surf, la broderie, le crochet, le jeu vidéo compétitif, je sais entretenir un jardin, des compétences de bricolage basique, etc.
+je vais voir du spectacle vivant, je lis, je vais à des concerts et des festivals divers
Puis j'ai approfondi ce que j'avais pu étudier avec des gens.
J'ai aussi récupéré la maison de mes parents qui était pas dans un état ouf, c'est bête mais on a été obligés de faire des réparations / du nettoyage partout, de la rendre vivable... je me rends compte que j'ai plus de compétences que ce que je pensais haha

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What is it that you desire?

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I just want to travel and eat desserts, worldwide and attend a lot of concerts of international artists. 🥲
That being said, everytime I see a crazy large crowd, I legit change my mind and I always turn around, from the entrance. God bless the (only few) friends that always drag me in because they understand, it’s just an anxious reaction. I’d be vibing as soon as I calm down. 😂🥲

What a nicest gift received ?

It was a ticket for a concert to Josh Groban for my birthday 🎉
I listened to his songs since I was little, and I always wanted to see him perform in person. So, when I got the ticket for my birthday this year, I was so surprised, and happy, and excited, I couldn’t believe I was going to see him 😍
Unfortunately (or not), I ended up going to this concert with my dad, and we had a great time! I didn’t know that Groban was a fun person! After every song, he would say a small speech with a joke and it was hilarious 😆
Based on my experience going to concerts in the USA, the sound is not the greatest, when bands/singers perform. I can always hardly hear the music, and sound is like under the water, but Josh Groban took care of that. I heard he always brings his equipment to concerts, that’s why the sound was amazing!

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What's the best live event you've been to? What made it so great? 🎙🎶

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Hm. I guess it's Madeline Juno Concerts. She is a german artist, who also tried English songs in her early career as a singer. When you are in crowds, you have this "big family" -feeling. Every person in the crowd knows her songs and the energy is also incredible. Feels like everybody has been through the same stuff.
I also enjoy the medieval festivals, because everyone is treated with acceptance, the food there is tasty and the jugglers always were able to entertain the people.

What's the best live event you've been to? What made it so great? 🎙🎶

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I've been to many Lakers basketball games and concerts. Great because I got to see my favorite team play my favorite sport and I absolutely love music.
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Whenever you've bought tickets for a live event, where in the venue do you usually prefer to be? 🎫

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CINEMA 👉 the last row in the middle in front of the screen, THEATER + FOLK FESTIVALS 👉as close as possible to the stage 😃,
BIG CONCERTS 👉 at the back so I could see everything properly - big screens and dancing and jumping crowd too 👀, it charges me by energy 👍 😁
Whenever youve bought tickets for a live event where in the venue do you usually

What is the most beautiful thing that has happened to you this year?

There were so many beautiful things that happened to me this summer 😍
On my birthday, my family and I went for a couple of days to stay at a cabin house in a quiet neighborhood (it’s basically in the woods, but there were maybe 4 more houses around).
It was peaceful and I could sleep like a child for the first time ☺️
We went one more time out of the city to live in a country area for a couple of days. We were even neighbors to a horse and a pony in a barn next to the house 😌
Also, I went on 4 concerts this summer. The first one was Josh Groban, and I just loved to see and hear him in person 😍 he was hilarious too 😄
Next one was Stray Kids. I have never seen so many people in one building in my entire life and I couldn’t believe that I saw this amazing group alive from South Korea 🥹❤️ Oh and I screamed like crazy too even though I don’t usually like to do that 😂
Next one was Blue Men 👤👤👤 I went to see them with my family before my brother’s departure to the boot camp and it was so much fun to see them in person 😄 I even got to look one in his eyes very close 😈
The last concert was Los Enanitos Verdes. I went with my friends and her boyfriend to Chicago to see them, but first, we spent all day in the city: rode a water taxi, visited China town, ate street food, rode bunch of Ubers and shopped in one mall 😌
Me and my family also got to visit Chicago couple more times, and every time we visited Ukrainian Village, talked with people and ate at Tryzub there ☺️
I loved this summer and I would post one photo of each event, but since I can’t, I’ll just leave a picture from my room in a cabin house 😌

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What is the most beautiful thing that has happened to you this year

What has been the highlight of the summer, so far, for you? ☀️

A week in Lisbon with a dozen friends, some of which I had never met in real life before. We went to see our favourite band perform 3 different gigs, but by the time the concerts came around at the end of the week they felt like they were just an incidental part of our holiday.
I'm hoping we can do it again next year in either Germany or Italy but we're waiting on an announcement by the band of which cities they will be in before deciding.

Have you watched Metallica live concert? They have uploaded all 2022 live tours in their YouTube channel.

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Nope, but thanks for the heads-up! I rarely watch English concerts, more into Korean ones. It depends on my mood lmao. I think the last I watched was of Black Veil Brides' on YouTube, like two years ago when someone leaked out their virtual concet before it was taken down

🎸 Do you enjoy concerts?

I love concerts! I went to the Hella Mega tour in Huddersfield on Saturday to see Weezer, Fall Out Boy, and Green Day. It was an amazing experience. I’ve also recently seen Billy Talent, Ed Sheeran, Mayday Parade, You Me At Six, and My Chemical Romance. And I’ve been to this year’s Slam Dunk Festival. I must have been to hundreds of gigs in my lifetime.

The following meetings with Libor Milian connected with the promo on the CD Singels Wounded Heart

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Moderator: Alex Jones
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Clothes, food, toys and other

The following meetings, sessions and concerts will be listed on the official pages of Libor Milian-Dates, Events, Concert and also on websites, radio stations, TV programs.
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Has a movie, book, show, game etc. ever made you emotional? How easily does it happen? 😄😡😥

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Disney movie can always make me bawl lol, they’re so good at hitting close to home by making it so recognizable.
Other that that, movies, shows, games, books don’t make me feel emotional easily.
What does make me emotional though are concerts, festivals, theme parks and other memorable things like vacation. Efteling and Disneyland created a soft spot in my heart. I love looking back at things or even having the realization during a moment and just be like ‘woah, I get to experience this, I get to be alive today and feel and take this all in and enjoy this moment with the people around me 🥹’
For example, this is my video I took at Disneyland, I cried for over 10 minutes looking at my videos and videos trying to find the most suitable one lol.
If you like this, I really suggest you search up on YouTube: Disneyland D-Light + Disney Illuminations 😊

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What is the best thing or high point of your week so far? (even if it's something small like taking a bath etc).

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I only just got back from two weeks holiday at the beginning of this week so I've been doing very little, although I did have a good day out in London yesterday. That included an exhibition at Japan House, two tours in the V&A museum, an art gallery, an astrophysics lecture, a sleep/circadian lecture, a talk on novel cancer drugs and other activities at the Science Museum late night event.
For the next 5 days I'm staying at my parents and going to 6 concerts with about a dozen friends. I'm just about to head into town to meet a few of them for a curry.

Have u been to any concerts

Yes, lots! They've all been rock/metal gigs, apart from a couple of weeks ago I watched Scooter with my boyfriend in Manchester. He hated it, but I had a good time haha. I have two gigs coming up in the next few weeks, You Me At Six and Billy Talent. I'm looking forward to them. There's nothing better than a good gig, just getting lost in the music. 🎶

idk why certain mothers (not saying names) use they kids as an excuse for everything claiming they cant do this they cant do that cause ✨kids✨ “i cant go there cause i have kids, i cant do that cause i have kids”. kids arent a burden and arent handcuffs. they dont stop u from living ur life

My kids aren't a burden. I've never said or acted like they were & I never said they stopped me from living my life. I was a teen mom. I had no help. My kids ARE the reason I couldn't go to concerts and music festivals, I didn't have childcare or the time for that kind of thing. I'm not the one crying bc i've never been to a concert, yall are. And yes, my kids are also the reason I can't take naps, they can't watch themselves you dumb fxck that's the whole point of me being a sahm😂😂😂

If you could meet one celebrity, who would it be? 👍 😇

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I have a very diverse taste in music, I used to go to various informal concerts and knew all the performers, oh, nostalgia attacked, such as Мясо Boogie, Platzdarm, Shimata, Tears Appliqué, Amabilis are the main ones and many others, now these groups have not been around for a very long time, but sorry ^^ and I saw the rest, but I don’t personally know them again, they are not for everyone: Amatory, Jane Air, Psyche, Dolphin, Remorha, Apokefale is the one who made a strong impression, the strongest energy🔥🤩💫
У меня вкус музыки очень разнообразный, раньше я ходила на разные неформальные концерты и знала всех выступающих, ох ностальгия напала, такие как Мясо Буги, Платздарм, Шимата, Аппликация слез, Амабилис это основные и многие другие, счас этих групп нет очень давно, а жаль^^ а остальных я видела, но лично не знакома опять же они не для каждого: Аматори, Джейн Эйр, Психея, Дельфин, Ремора, Апокефейл это тот кто сильно произвёл впечатление, сильнейшая энергетика💫🤩🔥
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With summer (or winter) not too far away now, do you have any plans for the upcoming months? ☀️🏖

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Yes! I have some plans left!
This month and next month my boyfriend and I will attend concerts. I’ll go to the sauna with a friend of mine. In the summer my boyfriend and I will travel to Carcassonne (south of France) where we will stay a couple of days. Then we will travel to Paris where we will stay a week! ❤️
After that, if everything will go according to plan, a Swedish friend will come to the Netherlands to turn this country upside down 🎉
We also have a Coldplay concert left and my boyfriend and I will take care of the house in the summer.
Oh and I’m planning on finishing my studies!
With summer or winter not too far away now do you have any plans for the

Why is this app so addicting? 🤔 I don't use other social media that much lol

Same. For me it’s the energy. Most is not so great of course but the couple that do draw me in I’d say greatly enhance my daily experience. I can’t really find that anywhere else. Maybe in my VR meditation community but there’s no direct connection for me there like there is here. I also enjoy answering questions and occasionally going on spam sprees of photos and thoughts after concerts. 🙃

Emin, you have great songs, however, in your concerts and performances, you always repeat the repertoire, it doesn't change anything. Why record so much good music if you're not going to sing it live?

At various shootings and concerts, compositions are mainly performed that have become hits, which are more loved by the audience, which hit the charts of various radio stations. Also, often this or that song is specially selected for the theme of the concert.

What's the last concert you went to?

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It must have been to a HammerFall concert in Gothenburg twenty years ago. In the same city as my mom went today to attend a Bryan Adams concert.
Judging from her post on Facebook, it looks like she had a lot of fun. Maybe it's time to start attending more concerts in the future.

Have you ever had a moment where you managed to do an incredible lot in very little time? Like when you had to hit a deadline? 🕐📚💻

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Yes, I’ve had moments like that.
There was a moment where I had a big assignment due. At the same time I also had to enroll for my minor (which was also deadline bound), but it went wrong technically so I had to mail back an forth a couple of times, this was very stressful.
I also had to hand in my minor assignment once and on the day of the deadline I basically went to Antwerp 😂 pulled an all nighter and worked on it further in the car on the way to the city. Basically ran on caffeine that day.
Packing for concerts and holidays is very stressful in my opinion, because lots of things can’t be pre-packed and have to be done at the last moment. You also have to check if everything you need is there 😬
Have you ever had a moment where you managed to do an incredible lot in very

I just seen a comment that said “if you go to concerts after kids is childish and not grown”. What’s your opinion on that?

Idk why people care so much about others activities lol. You don't stop having fun just cause you're an adult or have kids
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I just seen a comment that said “if you go to concerts after kids is childish and not grown”. What’s your opinion on that?

That’s the same as people saying, going to Disneyworld without kids is weird. People should just let people enjoy their lives.
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What does music mean to you personally?

Music, to me, is one of the most magical art forms available. My theory is that it's because music is intangible. As far as I know, the closest thing to a physical representation of music ever created is a vinyl record. It's music converted into plastic grooves, but you can't look at a vinyl and experience the song. You have to put a needle on it and amplify it and yadda yadda yadda. Here's a further example of what I mean: If I look at a painting, I can, with however much effort, understand what the artist is trying to say. Just by looking at it. But I will never be able to look at a record and understand the depth and meaning that the artist is trying to convey. I HAVE to hear it. That whole concept just continuously blows me away every time I think about it.
Personally, I don't think music means something to everyone. I've met people who genuinely don't listen to music. Like ever. They just live their lives in silence, I guess. (I don't get it, but they seem content.) But I think that just adds to the magic of music. It's almost like not everyone is able to harness it which, while tragic, is fascinating. Lastly, my inspiration often comes from what I couldn't or don't know how to express to others. In other words, I use music to say what I can't. Sometimes words alone aren't enough to illustrate a thought I have. I don't mean that my thought processes are on another level, but, rather, that I can't personally articulate some of the things I feel. Furthermore, if I could phrase my thoughts clearly, I don't know that I'd always want to. Sometimes I feel like when I share with people I'm putting a burden on them, BUT if I can phrase my thoughts in such a way that others want to hear them or that others find beauty in them, then... I feel content. But it isn't until I feel that I've properly expressed myself, while also creating something I think is worth listening to, that I'll be happy. Some may say that's not healthy, but... Well it might not be. I don't know, I'm not a doctor. I am the youngest of 4 children. My brother is a year and a half older, my sisters 8 and 10 years older. Never mind that I was reading since I was 4 years old, it always felt like everybody was better than me at everything, until school when that reading thing had me marked as "gifted" and made school socially awkward. We went to local concerts, our parents had gigantic record collections, and my grandparents on dad's side all played instruments and bought home organs. Dad bought a piano for the house when I was 6 years old, and we all tried to play, but I was the only one who kept going.
A crutch, mostly. It's basically all I've ever been good at, at least to any useful degree. It's a reason to get up in the morning, a reason to hustle every day, a thing to connect with other humans over, I kinda rely on music to just exist.

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Have you ever seen a band or artist perform live? Which ones?

So, so many! My ex is a musician and I would almost always come along to their concerts. So I have met many other bands and artists and also seen a lot from my own many. Like Architects, Beartooth, 30 Seconds To Mars, Tokio Hotel, Melanie Martinez, The Neighbourhood, Rise Against, Issues, Alesana, Twenty One Pilots, the list is endless.
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If you had/have a significant other, what is your favorite thing to do with them?

It depends - activities included skiing, motorcycle riding, range or outdoor shooting, visiting museums, attending concerts, etc.

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