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says thank you.
2006-05-01 - 11:48 a.m.
One, two, three...
Can you hear me now?
Well, here I am. God, it's been a long strange trip to get here. But I'm here now.
I suppose a little background is in order. My name is Dave Marron. I was recommended to this place - Diaryland, not the planet Earth (that's a whole 'nother story) - by our own Bindyree. Known her for years. Closest female friend.
Why the handle of "Too Old To Be Cool"? I'm 40, and a lot of what's supposed to be "cool" I just don't GET.
Piercings everywhere? Tattoos? Hip hop? "American Idol"? Pink? Don't get it. Not at all.
I'd rather play the original DOOM or listen to The Knack or Huey Lewis.
I'm looked upon as an old fogey, whose tastes are totally out of line with the times.
And now I'm in Diaryland. Go figure. But I'd rather be here than MySpace...which shows how uncool I REALLY am.
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