Well is it a bad thing that the backstories behind certain characters are needed? (not rhetorical)
Location: Holland, Michigan (the 2nd happiest city in the nation)
Joined Mar 15, 2010 at 08:26PM EDT
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Hello people, I am Adam DeLand. I’m pretty much the one on this site that made it cool to reveal true information and facts about myself. Here are a few things:
- I’m 21
- I’m a part-time student at Grand Rapids Communtiy College
- I’m the eldest of 3 brothers
- I’m a fan of Pokemon, yet I don’t really care for most of Generation I
- I’m NOT a furry. However, I am a huge supporter of them, and I want to make sure that they aren’t misunderstood.
- I am one of the few people that is fighting against the spreading cancer that is My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic
And if you try to put me down, too bad…
Song of the Month
Each month I will post a song from my Music Library to show you which songs I happen to like. The song will most likely fit in with what’s happening during the month.
Well, it’s may. And here in Holland, that only means one thing: Tulip Time! Now last year I had a song from an artist who’s from this city, but this year I’m going to play a song that I first heard while driving to one of the parades, and for some reason, listening to it reminded me of the Dutch Dance that is so often performed around this time. I don’t know why, it just does that. But anyways, here’s May’s song: “Right Back Where We Started From” by Maxine Nightingale.
Aug ‘11: "Let’s Go" by The Cars
Sep ‘11: “Bang the Drum All Day” by Todd Rundgren
Oct ’11: “Season of the Witch” by Donovan
Nov ’11: “Thank You” by Dido
Dec ’11: “Celebrate Me Home” by Kenny Loggins
Jan ’12: "New Year’s Day" by U2
Feb ‘12: “Better Than Me” by Hinder
Mar ’12: “Green Onions” by Booker T. & the M.G.’s
Apr ’12: “Personal Jesus” by Depeche Mode
May ’12: “Survival” by Brian Vander Ark
Jun ’12: “Believe” by The Bravery
Jul ’12: “Pork and Beans” by Weezer
Aug ’12: “Strange Times” by The Black Keys
Sep ’12: “Staring at the Sun” by U2
Oct ’12: “Thriller” by Michael Jackson
Nov ’12: “We Are Family” by Sister Sledge
Dec ’12: “December” by Collective Soul
Jan ’13: “1999” by Prince
Feb ’13: “Mysterious Ways” by U2
Mar ’13: “The Celtic Soul Brothers” by Dexys Midnight Runners
Apr ’13: “Have You Ever Seen the Rain” by Rod Stewart
Adam DeLand's Forum Posts
Guess what guys, I just turned 21!
Other than “YOU’RE WINNER”, I don’t know of anything mematic that really came out of it.
Best: M&M’s “I’d Do Anything for Love”, Oreos “Silent/Chaotic Library”, Tide “Joe Montana Stain” Worst: Any ad that was both 2 minutes long and not funny
If there was anything that I got out of this that was mematic was that a woman on a cell phone was waving to the camera while it was focused on 2 others.
The best thing I can come up with is when my Life Through Televison teacher actually admitted to wearing pantyhose for a play one time.
When I went on a hiking event at camp one time, this song got into my head and seemed to fit along, so maybe it would work for you as well.
My ideal mate would always agree with me and be obedient.
Youtube: Keeps changing the damn layout.
This should be surprising to most of you
Personally, I think CBS wanting Beyonce is kind of a miss. Usually they get classic musicians to perform, but now they’re running into nipplegate territory with choosing her again. Not to mention it seems like she’s trying to cry out for attention after her last album only had one major hit.
It’s official, despite being different types, Fennekin is Generation VI’s Smugleaf
Well, it just reached number one.
Rock Band Cheeseburger Kuma’s Corner should have that on their menu.
I could hardly tell what Iwata was saying at some points, so I only skipped to parts that visualy seemed interesting. I guess I missed him saying the things that would be mentioned at E3
My dad when he was in college. Don’t know what the exact date was.