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Hehehe six months later... The typical message... Hope you guys can work things out or that you'll find someone else... Doing ok. I went to Liverpool in february and went to penny lane, strawberry field, the cavern and the museum. I remembered that you love the beatles. Hope you are ok. X.
Wouldn't that mean I was cooler if I didn't like Lady Gaga and shunned her existence for being far too mainstream? I'm not going to lie. She stands for everything I hate, but I thought I'd give it a shot and it's damn catchy and that's about all the music has going for it.
I like the era, the place and the time. And she was all about indulgence. Haughty or not, she's the one to party with. I mean, I guess I am pretty down with goth. I am not fond of how stigmatized that label has become, but I am quite drawn to it. The thing about goth is that it can be very, very silly but there are equal amounts of it that aren't. The club itself was the birthplace of such raw energy and alternative culture, there's just no way I could pass it up. Not to mention, post-punk is my favorite music revolution.
I think that's a pretty loaded question. For starters, I'd never go forward in time. And, I'd probably be pretty lame about my choices. Mostly I'd party with Marie Antoinette and then hit up London circa the early '80s to experience the Batcave.