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About Timmeh

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  • Birthday 08/11/91

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  2. Gigi D'Agostino - L'amour Toujours Really good song.
  3. Meck (ft. Leo Sayer) - Thunder In My Heart Again I like this song. Not sure where in the EDM world it would be classified though. Listen to it .
  4. happy birthday man!

  5. btw if you dont sell all your glowsticks ill buy some ! muhahah just got to figure a way to send to you through mail probably

  6. lols timmy!

  7. i can't help it. every time i see your name and/or your icon, i have to go . "TIMMEHHHH!"

  8. yo~

    no one comments on you how sad XD

  9. how'd you pass me up in posts?! XD

  10. Found it: http://www.glowsticking.com/nu/index.php?itemid=95
  11. Bolded for emphasis. So if I were to say that the majority of high schoolers aren't mature enough to handle/understand the art and culture of glowstringing, would you agree with me? I suppose it's a bit of a rhetorical question, but some people may say no. Anyhoo, like many other people have mentioned before, a lot of high schoolers will want to learn glowsticking (in general, including both freehand and stringing) for the wrong reason(s) - to be cool, to impress others, to become "popular," etc. There is a difference between glowsticking in high school and a high schooler glowsticking. I'm a junior in high school myself, and I've only been stringing for about two weeks. I don't believe that this community is against glowstickers who are in high school, but to spread it in such a way would have disastrous results. I remember reading a post about how breakdancing used to be like glowsticking now, until MTV did something and something happened (I have the memory of a retarded goldfish). If I remember which post it was, I'll link it.