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March 23, 2008, 01:35:52 PM - ORIGINAL POST -

Since this site began, a lot of people have changed interests, even locations.

I'm currently a Sophomore in High School. I'm pulling all A's right now, Still in Puyallup, though, haven't been to Acme in 1 year and some change.

How about you guys?
Read July 01, 2008, 10:23:38 PM #26

I got to Japan a couple weeks ago and I'll be studying here for about a year.
Read July 02, 2008, 07:16:14 PM #27

Building DDR pads now.  As in completing DDR pads.  I just finished one today that wasn't quite satisfactory (it's plenty sensitive and all, but too clunky and the panels aren't all aligned right.), so I'm selling my bass, which should give me funds to build at least 2 more, 3 if I sell it for my asking price.
Read September 06, 2008, 04:39:50 PM #28

Just started college in July (going to Art School whoo) and took a break from videogames and the such to get my life in check. Moved to a bigger town too where I'm not surrounded by dead trees and tumbleweed. Also I'm now jobless and poor because I put all my money towards getting an education. Yay.

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Read September 06, 2008, 08:56:13 PM #29

Have two more designs I want to try.  If those don't work, I'm quitting DDR pads, probably for good unless I get an offer for a design position from a company or group that I think has success in its future.
Read September 14, 2008, 12:45:22 AM #30

Something I didn't mention in my last post is that these days I spend as much of my free time as I can making music. Last year I barely did anything at all which was pretty unfortunate, but I'm making up for lost time. I've just done what I think is an amazing remix that should be released some time in the next few months (although I have no idea, since the song hasn't even been announced yet).
Read October 24, 2008, 11:53:07 AM #31

You know, I'm just that much cooler than all of you.

Junior in HS, Puyallup Highschool to be precise. But I'm in running start at Pierce College (Puyallup).

I live in Auburn, however, so I'm in close range of Kent, Federal Way, and Puyallup's stuff.

For the most part, my friends and I play at the Daffodil Bowling Alley in Puyallup. The machine there is the best around. Good condition and not often used.

But apparently no one's around anymore so I'm posting to thin air! Woo!
Read October 24, 2008, 02:11:22 PM #32

i'm back from sea.
Read November 02, 2008, 12:24:38 AM #33

Taking classes at Clackamas Community College for a while, biding my time to see if any more State Universities are going to offer me free admissions.  Probably going to start going to PSU or Willamette next year for a bachelor's in something general, unless I can get into Reed College with a decent scholarship.  I've got pretty solid A's right now and I'm still riding on a 2170 on the SAT, which I may retake if it's the difference between just getting in and a good scholarship at Reed.  I'm getting more into the idea of music as a career exploration, and I'm looking for a band/manager/record deal.  I've been working on making my music more professional and learning more about MIDI, looping, and the difference between recording and performing.

I've also been playing a lot of Magic: The Gathering and I've been riding my bike 10 miles to and from school each day.  My stamina's gotten a lot worse though; I can't even pass easy 10's no bar anymore.  Apparently, bicycling builds muscular strength and cardiovascular endurance rather than muscular endurance.
Read November 02, 2008, 11:53:42 PM #34

I'm a freshmen in college, just moved out here to Seattle three months ago for College (i go to art school, hooray starving artist!)

I haven't played DDR/ITG consistently for a long time because there weren't a lot of machines near me in colorado, well. . . . good ones.
But now that I know where acme bowl is. . . .I can't resist, at all. I'm re-obsessed with ITG

dammit. . . .just when I was getting a social life too.

At least I'm in shape! YAY!
Read November 18, 2008, 07:09:34 PM #35

i just finished my first football season teaching the marching band at Tulane University in New Orleans.  Now i have a lot of audio/video editting to do to put stuff together for post-season wrap up and also get ready for mardi gras season.

i pretty much love new orleans right now.  cost of living is high, but i get paid okay by Tulane, my job is pretty great, and i supplement the higher cost of living by a) playing poker and having an easier time of making money doing it because the players are much worse than the players in eugene oregon, and b) not having to buy as much food because in oregon i was paying for meals for both me and my girlfriend even after we broke up.

i haven't played a dancing game in about two months now.  The closest dancing game to me is a pump it up something or other machine (one of the widescreen machines).  no DDR.  At one of the casinos about twenty minutes away there's a DDR 5th mix and an ITG r8, but because of my football and poker schedule, i haven't made it a priority.

i have the urge to play iidx, but i can't because i no longer have a tv.

that's me these days.  and while i love it down here, i do miss the pac northwest.  i hope everyone is doing well.
Read November 18, 2008, 09:10:46 PM #36

Welcome to the area Keby. I hope you are enjoying it here in Washington.

As for myself, I'm finishing my last year in the business school at the UW. I also still lead games for a church youth program in Shoreline, so that and my girlfriend keep me busy when I'm not in class.
Read November 18, 2008, 10:20:04 PM #37

I'm currently taking it easy in college, a senior on the 5-year plan, on course to complete my BS in Mathematics in June 2010. I got engaged not too long ago, and plan on getting married August of this year. Most of my time in the last year has been spent working at an IT office, which is fucking awesome. Nerf fights, laid-back coworkers, and constant gaming/surfing = best job ever. Aside from that, it's been occasional classes and wedding plans. Juggling a fiancee, school, and work has left little to no time to actually get out and play the bemanis, though I still stop by the UW HUB, Gameworks, or Acme on the weekends. (Though not as much as I'd like)

Oh, and I've pretty much abandoned the site. Sorry guys. :U
Read November 21, 2008, 08:56:42 AM #38

Man, I haven't been on this site in a long time.  Undecided Anyway I'm doing the highschool/CCC thing like charliedoodle, also playing some magic, but not as much as him. I am getting hit on more than him though D: it's wierd.  Any hoodles life's good, except that a tree fell on my car a couple weeks ago and I had to return my rental car on Wednesday.
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