Hey! Have you seen Let The Right One In? I've seen the film and read the book. The movie is a sweet and dark love story but the book? I have one issue with the book_pisses me off in fact_but i'ts still a cool read.
I like the music on your page too. Garbage Truck, Say Wha! (just went off) and the song you stole from me. (The "Uru!" is my favorite part)
You say you've always liked gothic things? So have I. I've even made it into a religion (Sonic Youth jam now playing) I wonder about goth as a subculture though, I'ts very odd, I'ts as if a group of people decided they wanted to be like the Addams family. I think this is interesting, cool and everything else but I wonder why?
I think I will eventually figure it out to my satisfaction_ which I suspect is probably the best anyone can do. Most goths as far as my limited exposure to the subculture is concerned will bite your head off if you ask what's goth. (My limited exposure is Gothic Net. and that was more ugly than anything else)
Drop me a line or two or several of them. I want to talk to you.
I'm glad you liked the videos In truth, I don't know how I found them. I've typed in "black goths", "ostrogoths", even "african american goths" and always ended up on sites that had a handful of black goths and an army of whites. EVEN WHEN I TYPE IN AFRICAN AMERICAN! Can you believe that? You talk about burning Cary records, I want to fuck up all false advertisers.
I like what you said to the guy that thinks black alternative girls don't like black men. There is more I want to say to this guy, he seems fishy to me.(I wonder about the women in his avatar, I wonder if the guy even remembers her name if she's not a friend of his. If she is a friend, I bet he doesn't mention her name on his page. He seems to have a rapper's mentality. I suspect the woman is only an accessory to him. But, I could be wrong. He says black men dig alternative black girls. I thought when I read this: since when?
I'm a big believer in trying to spot red flags when they first appear. I see them all over this guy. If he goes to the AP thing in NYC he's likely to have the attitude that if the girls he meets don't like him, it's because he's black. Only a mainstream would think like that.
I like the music on your page. you're no stranger to rockin' out (hearing the song from Queen of the Damned at this moment, one of my favorites on the CD). I've met so many interesting people on AP. I wish you all lived on the same street as me. I'd probably worry you to death_" can you come out and play? Huh? Huh?"
As I've said; you have a lot going on on your profile page. I want to check it all out. (And for starters, there's another one of your pictures I have to comment on)