Have you ever felt a very strong connection to another area (city, state, nation) so intense that you feel like you were born in the wrong place?
If some fucking weeaboo says Japan I'm jumping off a building. Fucking weeaboos will destroy our country one day
Placing you on ignore, don't follow me.
No, pretty proud to be from Peoria, IL.
Yes. My relatives live in Czech, and when I was back there it felt like home. And they have a brand new republic, more freedom.
Ireland is like that for me. It's like going home.
I am a strong connection but never that I was born in the wrong place.
I knew it! You're a closet Brit!
Haha nothing closeted about it. If they weren't so anti gun and liberty I'd have moved already.
The South. Especially Tennessee and parts of Georgia.
Especially today. It's St.Patrick's Day and I'm half Irish. Erin Go Bragh!
You know what the difference is between St. Patty's day and Martin Luther King day is?
I'm almost afraid to ask.
On St. Patty's day, everybody wants to be Irish.
Not city/state/nation so much but definitely period of time.
What period of time would you prefer?
Oddly enough, I feel a connection with cavemen days. I love all documentaries, books, and movies that are about those primitive days. I see myself as a hunter.
I know it's sounds strange but it's true.
What about you?
Oregon is a great place to live as a hunter.
I am a computer programmer and cant imagine living without my tech gadgets. I do like documentaries about historic inventions and the tools that the ancients created.
It amazes me how they were able to accomplish feats with their tools that we find difficult to achieve even with our machinery.
One of my favorite activities is mushroom hunting. Oregon is great for it!
that is what i hear.
i love the tall trees, clean(er) air, friendly people, and being an hour (or so) from the ocean, desert, mountains, and the big city.
Doesn't the shotgun kind of obliterate the mushroom, though?