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Re: real confessions
« Reply #10290 on: October 08, 2021, 05:03:31 PM »
I am the originator of "a tragic" and i am not ashamed of my (as it seems) poor english skills.
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« Reply #10291 on: October 08, 2021, 06:07:47 PM »
I thought I was the only person who loves punk rock and doesnít really give a shit about Black Flag. Iíve only ever told a couple people that. Truly like a confession. I think they were a time and place thing I donít get. I understand why the Ramones were important despite their music sounding like childrenís music by todayís standards. But Black Flag just sounds like sloppy musicians that canít write a catchy hook. Maybe they really were groundbreaking back then and Iíve heard too many bands that were influenced by them and did it better, but I just canít get way into it. Thereís a few killer tunes but I could probably think of a couple hundred bands I like better.

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Re: real confessions
« Reply #10292 on: October 08, 2021, 07:51:30 PM »
I am the originator of "a tragic" and i am not ashamed of my (as it seems) poor english skills.
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Re: real confessions
« Reply #10293 on: October 08, 2021, 08:07:24 PM »
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I donít like the word ďskater.Ē
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What about if you spelt it "sk8er"?

Well then I love it. Avril and the early 2000's forever!

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Re: real confessions
« Reply #10294 on: October 08, 2021, 08:49:47 PM »
I thought I was the only person who loves punk rock and doesnít really give a shit about Black Flag. Iíve only ever told a couple people that. Truly like a confession. I think they were a time and place thing I donít get. I understand why the Ramones were important despite their music sounding like childrenís music by todayís standards. But Black Flag just sounds like sloppy musicians that canít write a catchy hook. Maybe they really were groundbreaking back then and Iíve heard too many bands that were influenced by them and did it better, but I just canít get way into it. Thereís a few killer tunes but I could probably think of a couple hundred bands I like better.

I feel that way about agression. No sense of musical arrangement.  GG Allin is pretty sloppy music wise as well but his band kicks ass IMO

I think Greg Ginn has a sense of music theory

Throwing in a vote for chavo as best black flag singer but I love Rollins as well

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Re: real confessions
« Reply #10295 on: October 08, 2021, 10:23:14 PM »
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Heres one Iíve always kept close to the chest, when I was a baby I looked like a spitting image of Ross Perot.

I love black flag, and Rollins as a person (went to his house once). That being said, I think he was far from the best singer black flag had and the no policy ep from when he was in state of alert absolutely crushes anything he released with black flag.
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I agree with all of your takes on Rollins and Black Flag. I think I like Reyesí vocals the best and Iíve always liked SOA more than any of Rollinsí Black Flag output. I will say that later era Black Flag has grown on me.
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First things first, welcome!

Your post also reminded me that I have a tendency to discount more of their discography than I should. Because I do absolutely enjoy a few later records, slip it in, family man, and the process of weeding out in particular.

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Re: real confessions
« Reply #10296 on: October 08, 2021, 10:25:11 PM »
Pistols were awesome. Punks seem very split down the middle whether they appreciate them or not. I can't listen to much old US hardcore anymore though but still have time for Crucifix, Necros, Bad Brains, Cro-Mags and a few others. I really prefer the early European/Japanese/Aus/NZ stuff instead.

Interested to know what early NZ stuff youíre into. How far back we talking?

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Re: real confessions
« Reply #10297 on: October 09, 2021, 05:35:20 AM »
I am a skate coach.

Kinda.

Before you hit that kook button (or after, it doesn’t matter) hear my story.

Was skating with my daughter in a public park here in Japan (a regular one, not a skatepark-there aren’t any in my town), when this dad approaches me, speaking English. He’s asian-American, raised in LA, and asks me if I can teach his kid.

Of course I balk at the suggestion, but he’s really insistent. He says he knows another family with a kid who wants to learn how to skate.

I go home and think about it. I’ve actually been teaching snowboarding for 20 years, so I have a good basis in breaking it down for a beginner, but I could hear Grosso growling in my ear.

I decided to do it, but on a few conditions.
It’s free. I don’t want to start a business and deal with permits and liability.

I also want it to be open to everyone, no financial barrier to entry.

It’s on my own time, when I’m free. That turns out to be Saturday mornings, for an hour and a half.

And the kids have to wear helmets. I’m not taking chances. I was too loose once on a downhill clinic I did, and I’ll never forget seeing a dude lying motionless on the pavement with blood coming out of his head. That guy survived, but I never want to deal with that again. Sorry, kids.

It started with 2 kids, and word has been getting around. Now it’s up to 13 (with 3 or 4 parents) and getting a bit hectic. One of the dads helps a bit, but Im gonna have to start thinking about how I’m gonna do this.

The nice thing is some of the parents give a little tip (started by the American dad, Japanese people don’t tip) which helps me out a bunch.

Everyone are straight beginners, so it’s pushing  -> tic-tac -> turning -> rolling off a curb -> turning on a mellow bank -> and putting the board on the grass to learn body varial, jumping on, keeping feet over the bolts, and now an intro to ollieing.

The kids are making friends, I don’t feel like I’m exploiting anyone, but providing a kinda structure for them to learn the basics together and just have fun.

So yeah, I guess I’m a skate coach.
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Re: real confessions
« Reply #10298 on: October 09, 2021, 06:36:39 AM »
^ this is really special man, sounds like they're having an awesome time

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Re: real confessions
« Reply #10299 on: October 09, 2021, 07:38:47 AM »
@cucktard

that's sick, nothing kooky about this!

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Re: real confessions
« Reply #10300 on: October 09, 2021, 07:55:26 AM »
Very wholesome @cucktard

My best friend gives me a bunch of shit because i like punk a lot, but during the time period that most kids get super heavy into punk and listen to all the basics (young adolescence, thirteen onward) i was super into indie rock (a useless term that just describes what was popular in the mid 2000s). As a result, I've been trying to listen to all that stuff now as an adult but it doesn't capture my heart like Hot Fuss or turn on the bright lights or good news for people who love bad news does . I also have Coldplay lyrics tattooed on me which he loves to joke is the most punk thing about me
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Re: real confessions
« Reply #10301 on: October 09, 2021, 11:06:13 AM »
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Pistols were awesome. Punks seem very split down the middle whether they appreciate them or not. I can't listen to much old US hardcore anymore though but still have time for Crucifix, Necros, Bad Brains, Cro-Mags and a few others. I really prefer the early European/Japanese/Aus/NZ stuff instead.
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Interested to know what early NZ stuff youíre into. How far back we talking?

@Sila Hey, maybe you know this record I had years ago and canít find. Donít remember the name. Itís exactly what youíre talking about: a comp of Asian (possibly all Japanese), Australian, and New Zealand punk bands. The songs were probably all from the 78-82 time period based on recording quality and writing. Very much in that second wave, heavily Pistols, Ramones, and Clash inspired, but not as good vein. I think the comp actually came out in the late 80ís/early 90ís though. Might have been on Incognito Records.

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Re: real confessions
« Reply #10302 on: October 09, 2021, 12:24:07 PM »
I hope ska makes a comeback

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Re: real confessions
« Reply #10303 on: October 09, 2021, 03:24:25 PM »
I am a skate coach.

Kinda.

Before you hit that kook button (or after, it doesnít matter) hear my story.

Was skating with my daughter in a public park here in Japan (a regular one, not a skatepark-there arenít any in my town), when this dad approaches me, speaking English. Heís asian-American, raised in LA, and asks me if I can teach his kid.

Of course I balk at the suggestion, but heís really insistent. He says he knows another family with a kid who wants to learn how to skate.

I go home and think about it. Iíve actually been teaching snowboarding for 20 years, so I have a good basis in breaking it down for a beginner, but I could hear Grosso growling in my ear.

I decided to do it, but on a few conditions.
Itís free. I donít want to start a business and deal with permits and liability.

I also want it to be open to everyone, no financial barrier to entry.

Itís on my own time, when Iím free. That turns out to be Saturday mornings, for an hour and a half.

And the kids have to wear helmets. Iím not taking chances. I was too loose once on a downhill clinic I did, and Iíll never forget seeing a dude lying motionless on the pavement with blood coming out of his head. That guy survived, but I never want to deal with that again. Sorry, kids.

It started with 2 kids, and word has been getting around. Now itís up to 13 (with 3 or 4 parents) and getting a bit hectic. One of the dads helps a bit, but Im gonna have to start thinking about how Iím gonna do this.

The nice thing is some of the parents give a little tip (started by the American dad, Japanese people donít tip) which helps me out a bunch.

Everyone are straight beginners, so itís pushing  -> tic-tac -> turning -> rolling off a curb -> turning on a mellow bank -> and putting the board on the grass to learn body varial, jumping on, keeping feet over the bolts, and now an intro to ollieing.

The kids are making friends, I donít feel like Iím exploiting anyone, but providing a kinda structure for them to learn the basics together and just have fun.

So yeah, I guess Iím a skate coach.

I feel like people around where I live would have an older guy going around advertising free skating lessons for children arrested on suspicion of pedophilia. Especially when you tell them to drop their twelve year old off at the curb behind the dumpsters at Arbyís.  Never goes over well.
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Re: real confessions
« Reply #10304 on: October 09, 2021, 03:46:31 PM »
I am a skate coach.

Kinda.

Before you hit that kook button (or after, it doesnít matter) hear my story.

Was skating with my daughter in a public park here in Japan (a regular one, not a skatepark-there arenít any in my town), when this dad approaches me, speaking English. Heís asian-American, raised in LA, and asks me if I can teach his kid.

Of course I balk at the suggestion, but heís really insistent. He says he knows another family with a kid who wants to learn how to skate.

I go home and think about it. Iíve actually been teaching snowboarding for 20 years, so I have a good basis in breaking it down for a beginner, but I could hear Grosso growling in my ear.

I decided to do it, but on a few conditions.
Itís free. I donít want to start a business and deal with permits and liability.

I also want it to be open to everyone, no financial barrier to entry.

Itís on my own time, when Iím free. That turns out to be Saturday mornings, for an hour and a half.

And the kids have to wear helmets. Iím not taking chances. I was too loose once on a downhill clinic I did, and Iíll never forget seeing a dude lying motionless on the pavement with blood coming out of his head. That guy survived, but I never want to deal with that again. Sorry, kids.

It started with 2 kids, and word has been getting around. Now itís up to 13 (with 3 or 4 parents) and getting a bit hectic. One of the dads helps a bit, but Im gonna have to start thinking about how Iím gonna do this.

The nice thing is some of the parents give a little tip (started by the American dad, Japanese people donít tip) which helps me out a bunch.

Everyone are straight beginners, so itís pushing  -> tic-tac -> turning -> rolling off a curb -> turning on a mellow bank -> and putting the board on the grass to learn body varial, jumping on, keeping feet over the bolts, and now an intro to ollieing.

The kids are making friends, I donít feel like Iím exploiting anyone, but providing a kinda structure for them to learn the basics together and just have fun.

So yeah, I guess Iím a skate coach.
thatís cool, I teach kids at my local if they ask for advice. Does your prefecture have a skateboard assoc.? Our does, and through that they run an official skate school at our local DIY which always fills up super quick.
My eldest son goes and it great for him because
a) he gets to meet kids similar to his age/ skill level
b) itís always good to get advice about tricks from another person, especially because I donít Ďteachí him unless he specifically asks me about a trick

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Re: real confessions
« Reply #10305 on: October 09, 2021, 04:25:04 PM »
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I am a skate coach.

Kinda.

Before you hit that kook button (or after, it doesn’t matter) hear my story.

Was skating with my daughter in a public park here in Japan (a regular one, not a skatepark-there aren’t any in my town), when this dad approaches me, speaking English. He’s asian-American, raised in LA, and asks me if I can teach his kid.

Of course I balk at the suggestion, but he’s really insistent. He says he knows another family with a kid who wants to learn how to skate.

I go home and think about it. I’ve actually been teaching snowboarding for 20 years, so I have a good basis in breaking it down for a beginner, but I could hear Grosso growling in my ear.

I decided to do it, but on a few conditions.
It’s free. I don’t want to start a business and deal with permits and liability.

I also want it to be open to everyone, no financial barrier to entry.

It’s on my own time, when I’m free. That turns out to be Saturday mornings, for an hour and a half.

And the kids have to wear helmets. I’m not taking chances. I was too loose once on a downhill clinic I did, and I’ll never forget seeing a dude lying motionless on the pavement with blood coming out of his head. That guy survived, but I never want to deal with that again. Sorry, kids.

It started with 2 kids, and word has been getting around. Now it’s up to 13 (with 3 or 4 parents) and getting a bit hectic. One of the dads helps a bit, but Im gonna have to start thinking about how I’m gonna do this.

The nice thing is some of the parents give a little tip (started by the American dad, Japanese people don’t tip) which helps me out a bunch.

Everyone are straight beginners, so it’s pushing  -> tic-tac -> turning -> rolling off a curb -> turning on a mellow bank -> and putting the board on the grass to learn body varial, jumping on, keeping feet over the bolts, and now an intro to ollieing.

The kids are making friends, I don’t feel like I’m exploiting anyone, but providing a kinda structure for them to learn the basics together and just have fun.

So yeah, I guess I’m a skate coach.
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that’s cool, I teach kids at my local if they ask for advice. Does your prefecture have a skateboard assoc.? Our does, and through that they run an official skate school at our local DIY which always fills up super quick.
My eldest son goes and it great for him because
a) he gets to meet kids similar to his age/ skill level
b) it’s always good to get advice about tricks from another person, especially because I don’t ‘teach’ him unless he specifically asks me about a trick

I don’t think we have an association, at least I’ve never heard of one. I’m thinking about starting one though. The city is building a ‘skateboard area’ next to the new City gymnasium, and it’s honestly a concrete triangle, with zero features, surrounded by a high fence. No shade, just a fucking useless waste of taxpayer funds.

So I want to approach the city as an association to push that they install some minimal concrete features.

The other points you made are the same here. Kids (and parents) have already made friends.

As for learning from someone not your dad/significant other, that’s a big reason ski and snowboard lessons are popular.



I feel like people around where I live would have an older guy going around advertising free skating lessons for children arrested on suspicion of pedophilia. Especially when you tell them to drop their twelve year old off at the curb behind the dumpsters at Arby’s.  Never goes over well.

I never considered the pedo angle. Of course it’s a problem over here too, but I don’t think it’s a big concern here with public lessons.

Especially outside in a park, with most of the parents watching and/or participating
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Re: real confessions
« Reply #10306 on: October 10, 2021, 12:15:20 AM »
I am a skate coach.

Kinda.

Before you hit that kook button (or after, it doesnít matter) hear my story.

Was skating with my daughter in a public park here in Japan (a regular one, not a skatepark-there arenít any in my town), when this dad approaches me, speaking English. Heís asian-American, raised in LA, and asks me if I can teach his kid.

Of course I balk at the suggestion, but heís really insistent. He says he knows another family with a kid who wants to learn how to skate.

I go home and think about it. Iíve actually been teaching snowboarding for 20 years, so I have a good basis in breaking it down for a beginner, but I could hear Grosso growling in my ear.

I decided to do it, but on a few conditions.
Itís free. I donít want to start a business and deal with permits and liability.

I also want it to be open to everyone, no financial barrier to entry.

Itís on my own time, when Iím free. That turns out to be Saturday mornings, for an hour and a half.

And the kids have to wear helmets. Iím not taking chances. I was too loose once on a downhill clinic I did, and Iíll never forget seeing a dude lying motionless on the pavement with blood coming out of his head. That guy survived, but I never want to deal with that again. Sorry, kids.

It started with 2 kids, and word has been getting around. Now itís up to 13 (with 3 or 4 parents) and getting a bit hectic. One of the dads helps a bit, but Im gonna have to start thinking about how Iím gonna do this.

The nice thing is some of the parents give a little tip (started by the American dad, Japanese people donít tip) which helps me out a bunch.

Everyone are straight beginners, so itís pushing  -> tic-tac -> turning -> rolling off a curb -> turning on a mellow bank -> and putting the board on the grass to learn body varial, jumping on, keeping feet over the bolts, and now an intro to ollieing.

The kids are making friends, I donít feel like Iím exploiting anyone, but providing a kinda structure for them to learn the basics together and just have fun.

So yeah, I guess Iím a skate coach.

Thatís cool bro,
I legit donít see anything wrong with it for kids, thereís lessons for everything these days and if it helps people improve then itís silly to hate on it
Skating changed ages ago, Iím not too fussed
Better to learn off someone then smack your head or struggle to progress with things

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And also, like if you been skating your whole life and you wanna be a skate coach, thatís way better than some kook doing it
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Re: real confessions
« Reply #10307 on: October 10, 2021, 08:48:44 AM »
I am a skate coach.

Kinda.

Before you hit that kook button (or after, it doesnít matter) hear my story.

Was skating with my daughter in a public park here in Japan (a regular one, not a skatepark-there arenít any in my town), when this dad approaches me, speaking English. Heís asian-American, raised in LA, and asks me if I can teach his kid.

Of course I balk at the suggestion, but heís really insistent. He says he knows another family with a kid who wants to learn how to skate.

I go home and think about it. Iíve actually been teaching snowboarding for 20 years, so I have a good basis in breaking it down for a beginner, but I could hear Grosso growling in my ear.

I decided to do it, but on a few conditions.
Itís free. I donít want to start a business and deal with permits and liability.

I also want it to be open to everyone, no financial barrier to entry.

Itís on my own time, when Iím free. That turns out to be Saturday mornings, for an hour and a half.

And the kids have to wear helmets. Iím not taking chances. I was too loose once on a downhill clinic I did, and Iíll never forget seeing a dude lying motionless on the pavement with blood coming out of his head. That guy survived, but I never want to deal with that again. Sorry, kids.

It started with 2 kids, and word has been getting around. Now itís up to 13 (with 3 or 4 parents) and getting a bit hectic. One of the dads helps a bit, but Im gonna have to start thinking about how Iím gonna do this.

The nice thing is some of the parents give a little tip (started by the American dad, Japanese people donít tip) which helps me out a bunch.

Everyone are straight beginners, so itís pushing  -> tic-tac -> turning -> rolling off a curb -> turning on a mellow bank -> and putting the board on the grass to learn body varial, jumping on, keeping feet over the bolts, and now an intro to ollieing.

The kids are making friends, I donít feel like Iím exploiting anyone, but providing a kinda structure for them to learn the basics together and just have fun.

So yeah, I guess Iím a skate coach.


This is vastly different than some California sun kissed douche nozzle raking in some cash. You sound like a good dude.

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Re: real confessions
« Reply #10308 on: October 10, 2021, 08:18:14 PM »
Thatís awesome to hear @cucktard
I think a big part is being in an open space and being cool with parents floating around. Plus the free part is the biggest part.

As for the Grosso part, youíre not pushing the kids into a bowl and making them learn to 900. Youíre making sure theyíre in a safe space with people like them and supporting them.
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Re: real confessions
« Reply #10309 on: October 11, 2021, 06:38:25 PM »
Before I share any of this, I want the SLAP record to show that I never stopped skating even if I wasn't active on here like I used to be. I'm almost pushing 30 and I got shit to do too, no excuses



But last February I broke up with my ex of about 6 years, essentially blowing up the family we had between two pets and her  child from a prior relationship. I raised her from age 3 to 9 and that was obviously the hardest part. I won't elaborate on the relationship other than the fact that I was doing too much and receiving too little from it, so I had to finally have that talk. To top it all off, we still had to live together afterwards until the end of our lease in September

I'm not even gonna tell the tale of that 7 month period of living together but that shit was fucking trash I had a ton of work related stress due to COVID and had to switch jobs in the midst of all of this as well. Hardest thing I ever had to deal with in life.



I say all this because I'm finally living back on my own now and the world feels wide open again. The irrational confidence is coming back and anything seems possible
It wasn't until I stepped outside of the situation that I realized how much of myself I had lost within it.

For anybody else in a similar situation or afraid to take that leap of faith in life when you know that you should...just fucking do that shit and stomach the short term pain. It's worth it when you come out on the other side

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Re: real confessions
« Reply #10310 on: October 12, 2021, 05:28:31 AM »
Good on you Dood, glad you were able to move on despite the obvious emotional attachments, sounds like you deserve better!

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« Reply #10311 on: October 12, 2021, 01:51:12 PM »
Great to hear from you @DaSk8D00D  thanks for posting. Wishing you continued success.

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Re: real confessions
« Reply #10312 on: October 13, 2021, 06:09:47 AM »
Good to hear, DooD!

I tried to reply with those pngs, but couldn't figure it out, lol.

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« Reply #10313 on: October 13, 2021, 07:09:36 PM »
Good on you man. I feel you. Had to do a baby-23-year-old version of that this summer, we had a lease and everything. Didn't have anything in the city besides my partner and I wasnt even into it at the end. Had to go
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Re: real confessions
« Reply #10314 on: October 16, 2021, 01:32:57 PM »
I made it to a 3rd round interview. Im nervous AF, bc i'm pretty awkward, but I made it this far, and want to suceed for once.

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Re: real confessions
« Reply #10315 on: October 16, 2021, 01:47:50 PM »
I made it to a 3rd round interview. Im nervous AF, bc i'm pretty awkward, but I made it this far, and want to suceed for once.

I wish you luck. If you made it this far you must have made a good impression. What worked for me was just being myself without pretending to know stuff I didnĎt. Just being honest/real. You got this.

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Re: real confessions
« Reply #10316 on: October 16, 2021, 10:31:22 PM »
I made it to a 3rd round interview. Im nervous AF, bc i'm pretty awkward, but I made it this far, and want to suceed for once.
I believe in you.
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