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We have almost No lights on are street like none
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There's nothing unusual to where I live but the other day when I was walking to school I saw huge doll heads scattered on the street o_o it was creepy


That was me, sorry.... it was foreshadowing... you will see aoon enough


We'll see, I'm waiting.

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Speaking of trains, a track runs just behind my backyard fence. I used to live on what was the very edge/perimeter of the city, but there has been some expansion recently. So every week, a train shakes my house (and the homes of all my new neighbors). The rumble is strong enough that it has knocked objects off shelves and rattled pictures off the walls.

Usually on Thursday.
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Posted 10/3/15

jhanna_12 wrote:


thekevin4 wrote:


jhanna_12 wrote:

There's nothing unusual to where I live but the other day when I was walking to school I saw huge doll heads scattered on the street o_o it was creepy


That was me, sorry.... it was foreshadowing... you will see aoon enough


We'll see, I'm waiting.



Ahhhhh reborn gif.... having flashbacks.... marathoned it.... too..... quickly....
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Posted 10/3/15

thekevin4 wrote:


jhanna_12 wrote:


thekevin4 wrote:


jhanna_12 wrote:

There's nothing unusual to where I live but the other day when I was walking to school I saw huge doll heads scattered on the street o_o it was creepy


That was me, sorry.... it was foreshadowing... you will see aoon enough


We'll see, I'm waiting.



Ahhhhh reborn gif.... having flashbacks.... marathoned it.... too..... quickly....


Ahh Reborn was great, I should remarathon it sometime..


And I forgot, there's this abandoned shack in the back of my house (well, in the woods). It's nice for hide and seek and a secret spot. But the only thing I'm wary of is that I feel like I'm being watched.
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My town is full of old people. There's times when I'm at lunch and I see people drive down the street in one of these things
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Posted 10/3/15
There are so many bars that it is actually safe to walk around at night... there are drunk people everywhere but there are people everywhere.
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I'm from Roswell. During the civil war, it was the last city between the Union troops and Atlanta. Of course, when they got there, all the men had joined the Confederate troops, so only women and old people were left. The Union soldiers rounded them all up in the square, walked them to the nearest railroad, and sent them all over the country. No one knows exactly where the women eventually ended up, so they're called "the Lost Women of Roswell."
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Posted 10/3/15

thekevin4 wrote:


jhanna_12 wrote:


thekevin4 wrote:


jhanna_12 wrote:

There's nothing unusual to where I live but the other day when I was walking to school I saw huge doll heads scattered on the street o_o it was creepy


That was me, sorry.... it was foreshadowing... you will see aoon enough


We'll see, I'm waiting.



Ahhhhh reborn gif.... having flashbacks.... marathoned it.... too..... quickly....


Haha same. I marathoned all episodes in few days and now I don't remember much what happened D:
Posted 10/3/15
If there was something unusual, I don't think I would notice.
Posted 10/3/15

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where I live you are not legally allowed to fuel your own car, instead you must have a professional do it for you.


How do you professional fuel a car? That is really strange.

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GayAsianBoy wrote:


IkusaTakuma wrote:

where I live you are not legally allowed to fuel your own car, instead you must have a professional do it for you.


How do you professional fuel a car? That is really strange.



In one or two states, gas stations must be full service with full service attendants like back in the '30s and '40s. I don't know the reasons.
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anleval wrote:

I'm from Roswell. During the civil war, it was the last city between the Union troops and Atlanta. Of course, when they got there, all the men had joined the Confederate troops, so only women and old people were left. The Union soldiers rounded them all up in the square, walked them to the nearest railroad, and sent them all over the country. No one knows exactly where the women eventually ended up, so they're called "the Lost Women of Roswell."


Wow! How tragic! When you mention you were from Roswell, I was thinking New Mexico not Georgia. Did any of them come back?
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I live in a suburban area but theres this abandoned property thats an old house with a huge front and backyard. Me and some friends snuck into it one day and since the grass, trees and hedges haven't been cut in a while it looks really creepy. Especially since there are satanic circles and symbols spray painted all over the house. People dump old furniture and rubbish in it, over the years they have tied doll heads, teddy bears, and toys to the trees and fences.
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anleval wrote:

I'm from Roswell. During the civil war, it was the last city between the Union troops and Atlanta. Of course, when they got there, all the men had joined the Confederate troops, so only women and old people were left. The Union soldiers rounded them all up in the square, walked them to the nearest railroad, and sent them all over the country. No one knows exactly where the women eventually ended up, so they're called "the Lost Women of Roswell."


Wow! How tragic! When you mention you were from Roswell, I was thinking New Mexico not Georgia. Did any of them come back?


No, none of them were ever seen again. That's why they're 'lost'.
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