I do sometimes, especially if I’m listening to something I know by heart. Have any revolutions dawned on you while you were listening? I realized “fear” can give you strength if you don’t let it be a deterrent, something to hold you back. I always thought that, but I didn’t really relate to the truth in that until recently. I happened to be listening to “Redneck Stomp” by Obituary at the time. Weird huh?http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_BOroqOF…
BQ- First band that you can think of that starts with the letter “R”, go!
mine- (The) Rolling Stones.
BQ2- What music were you brought up listening to?
I brought up on 90s hip hop/r&b, rock (50s and on), and a lot of alternative.
BQ3- Why do you frequent R&P?
Besides getting recommendations and talking to others, I have no idea.
I only attract the really weird and creepy ones that I don’t find attractive. People have told me that I am really cute and that I can be a lady killer, but that’s only a few of my friends because they’re the only people and can be normal around. When I’m at school I’m really depressed because I can’t make friends so I just sit there by myself listening to music. I can never contribute to conversations, I just never have anything to say to others peoples statements.
People always tell me that I always look depressed. When I’m at school I literally go through a whole day of school not talking to ANYONE. I do seem to easily attract girls when I’m happy and having fun. I used to attract girls all the time in middle school but once I hit the age of 15 in high school, I changed a lot for some reason. I’m 18 now and a senior, and have felt this way all years of High school
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I’ve always loved museums and small coffeehouses, and I have been wanting to start one or another. I just thought, why not a combination of the two? I know it won’t make much money, but if I break even, I’ll be happy. I have saved up about $2,000 and found a 1,050 sq.ft. place for rent for $500/month. I have been collecting various things all my life and here’s what I have so far:
a REAL WWII bazooka rocket launcher (which visitors are can hold and take pictures of for a dollar), live piranha aquarium (which visitors can feed raw meat for a few dollars), a bear skull, a muscat skull, a WWII Japanese katana, vintage oscilloscopes, antique medical equipment, brain surgery tools, tons of orthopedic bone plates, tracheal tubes, a cow heart in a jar, a shark fetus in a jar, a pig head in a jar, vintage and modern pachinko machines (which visitors can use), a book from 1685, tons of 19th century photographs (tintypes, daguerreotypes, CDVs, etc.), a fire hydrant from 1968, a 20-gallon reef aquarium with live coral, fish, anemones, and invertebrates, a full bottle of some quack medicine from the 20s (first ingredient- chloroform), a full bottle of 7-Up from 1956, an artificial hip, a live 5 inch emperor scorpion, several odd shaped cigars, early Edison Diamond Disk records, a real human clavicle (which people can touch for $1), a 6 foot tall home made bottle rocket, several antique military rifles from WWI and WWII, bayonets, ancient roman coins, a working Model-T car horn, a surreal original painting, a Soviet gas mask, a jar of grape jelly from 1977, antique lanterns and oil lamps, a Caterpillar air horn, live smoke grenades, a 5 foot tall candle, a lot of other swords, knives, guns and weapons, and much much much more. All MY stuff is 100% real. No reproductions, models, or pictures of the real things. I am constantly adding to my collection and am currently bidding on a real human skull on eBay. I also will take donations, either money or artifacts, and donors would be able to sign their names on the wall.
As for the coffeehouse part, I have a coffee maker with Maxwell House coffee and figure I’d charge $1 for a 12 oz cup. I can also start a “take a book-leave a book” shelf typical of small coffeehouses.
Should I start the world’s first and only museum/coffeehouse? Or am I insane? What should I name it?