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Member since November 4th, 2006



On Idiot Club my name is Castaway80.

thank you to Gold-Plated Dirt for this little masterpiece.

My Favorite Bands:
1. My Chemical Romance
2. Green Day
3. Kill Hannah
4. Avenged Sevenfold
There are more, but these are just the top four.

My biggest inspirations and heros are my favorite bands (for their talent and as people) and my friends (they're there if I need them and also for their talent and personalities.) Sorry God, but you didn't make it on the list.

Perhaps my favorite thing in the world is music. I play bass and I'm planning on learning guitar, piano, and drums. My iPod is almost always on. I've made a few friends due to taste in music. I can't imagine that I would be happy when I grow up if I don't have a career in music. I want to be a guitar tech, despite my parents' efforts of trying to get me to want to be a teacher (I can't stand little kids, or big kids, for that matter.) My life pretty much revolves around music, and that's how I like it.

I'd like to thank my friend Nicole for getting me into My Chemical Romance. She did this by asking me (every five minutes) if my father took me into the city to see a marching band when I was a young boy. I got so fed up with her (sorry) and I finally asked where she had heard it. She told me, so I went home and listened to Welcome To The Black Parade on YouTube. Three days later (Friday October 27, 2006) I bought the cd. You know the rest.

I will leave you with some inspiring words.
“Your going to come across a lot of shitty bands, and a lot of shitty people. And if anyone of those people call you names because of what you look like, or because they don't accept you for who you are. I want you to look right at that motherf****r, stick up your middle finger, and scream F**K YOU!” - Gerard Way

“If for one minute you think you're better than a sixteen year old girl in a Green Day t-shirt, you are sorely mistaken. Remember the first time you went to a show and saw your favorite band. You wore their shirt, and sang every word. You didn't know anything about scene politics, haircuts, or what was cool. All you knew was that this music made you feel different from anyone you shared a locker with. Someone finally understood you. This is what music is about.” - Gerard Way

~Merci Pour Le Venin~


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