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speaking of rocking the fuck out ... I mean. Ahem.

It's been a while, livejournal. While I don't really miss you, I do reminisce about the days of being dunj', and flame wars, and how, for many years, it was uncannily easy to sit at theio's and hear others' discussions of their own LJ drama.

I can't really say I've grown up, but I think we've grown apart. From the days where I was posted six times a day, to these days where I go months without visiting. I'm a different person than I was 7 years ago, when we first started hanging out. We had a good run, though.

I hope you go on to do the great things we both know you're capable of. I hope you continue to make people happy, and help folks see opinions other than their own. I'll probably still stop by from time to time. We both know, though, it's never going to be the same.

If you see any of the old crew, and they ask about me, you can tell them to give me a call. It's likely to be awkward if they call out of the blue, but we'll either get over it, or not.
  • I was feeling this way, too, which is why I made the move to twitter. I felt like revelation8 should still exist in some form.
    • I like twitter a lot, and it fulfills the need to mass communicate in a far easier way than lj ever did. I'm glad you started to use twitter too. I've missed you.

      Edited at 2009-05-25 12:16 am (UTC)
      • Yeah, except now I have to communicate in 140 characters or less. And when have I EVER done that?
        • See, that's why one would post far more often to twitter, to cover the same amount of information that we would in a single lj post.
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