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About liddybuck01

  • Birthday 12/16/1986

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  • Gender
    Female
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    Hockeytown, MI
  • Interests
    music, tv, food, fun.

Music Fandom

  • Number of Rush Concerts Attended
    3
  • Last Rush Concert Attended
    Toledo, OH 2011
  • Favorite Rush Song
    Earthshine
  • Favorite Rush Album
    Signals
  • Best Rush Experience
    second row in Toledo.
  • Other Favorite Bands
    Lindsey Buckingham, Fleetwood Mac, Kittie, BDM
  • Musical Instruments You Play
    drums

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  1. Just consider yourself lucky enough to have been able to see them. I was not able to see this tour, and have only had the chance to see them live 3 times. I'm sorry I just can't sympathize with you on this one (even though I do understand it).
  2. With an AA you'll be in line for work as an assistant to a certified case manager. That's a good way to find out if you really want to pursue the filed before investing a lot of time and money into a bachelors and masters degree. To do the kind of counseling work you describe, you'll need a masters, most likely. Thank you. That's very helpful. I'm just so lost on what degree does what and all of this college stuff. I'm too busy to even find out! Lol
  3. I was hoping I would be able to do something just with the degree I'm getting, which is just an associates in human services. Will that at least get my foot in the door?
  4. I'm not sure. I feel like I want to either do something like be a sex therapist or councel lgbt kids, or something related to either of those. I just don't know how to get into either. What steps should I take?
  5. Shot in the dark, but does anyone on here work in the psychology field? I'm currently going to school for a "human services" degree, and I think I know what I want to do as a career, but I'm not sure how to get there. Just looking for some advice from people who have been through the process already. Thanks :)
  6. I have to agree with those saying The Exorcist. The part that freaks me out is when she's talking in the other languages to the priest, and when he's listening to the recording of her. FREAKY. The sister from Pet Cemetery. YIKES. I haven't seen Puppetmaster since I was little, but I refuse to even attempt it. That little cowboy guy who laughed all weird still haunts me to this day.
  7. if anyone is interested, here is a wonderful recent interview with Stevie. very candid. http://www.vulture.com/2013/06/stevie-nicks-on-life-at-65-with-fleetwood-mac.html
  8. she hasn't toured since 1998 because she has a fear of flying, among other things. this will just be a special appearance.
  9. if any of you are in London, you should consider going to see them in December. Christine will be there performing with them. my friend(whose boyfriend is in their back up band) is making the trip. I'm jealous. I've gotten into her stuff a lot more over the past year or so.
  10. Nitpicky. Often, comic collections or storylines are published in novel form even though they weren't originally. Some wouldn't even know the difference especially if they weren't even born during the graphic novel's first form as a comic ---->This happened to me a couple of years ago when one of my high school students was talking to me about the Wolverine graphic novel he was currently reading. It turned out that that graphic novel was originally a limited series run by Chris Claremont & Frank Miller which I had read as a kid in the early 80s. Side note: elements of that early 80s Wolverine limited series are making its way into the new Wolverine flick this summer. Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, one of the most respected graphic novels of all-time, was originally published as a limited series comic. oh for sure. I just mean that that specific one is a graphic novel. and I know about the Wolverine story. I'm currently trying to get my hands on x-men 141&142 since I've heard that's what the story is. Ah, X-Men 141 and 142 are for next year's new X-Men flick. Great story. imho, as far as X-Men stories go, it's second only to the Dark Phoenix saga (which they already f*cked up in X3) oops, you're right. my bad. I shouldn't try to write posts at work when my brain is all mushy going to visit a friend tomorrow. going early to check out their local comic shops. I have my list and hubby's "want" list ready to go. I have a problem
  11. Nitpicky. Often, comic collections or storylines are published in novel form even though they weren't originally. Some wouldn't even know the difference especially if they weren't even born during the graphic novel's first form as a comic ---->This happened to me a couple of years ago when one of my high school students was talking to me about the Wolverine graphic novel he was currently reading. It turned out that that graphic novel was originally a limited series run by Chris Claremont & Frank Miller which I had read as a kid in the early 80s. Side note: elements of that early 80s Wolverine limited series are making its way into the new Wolverine flick this summer. Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, one of the most respected graphic novels of all-time, was originally published as a limited series comic. oh for sure. I just mean that that specific one is a graphic novel. and I know about the Wolverine story. I'm currently trying to get my hands on x-men 141&142 since I've heard that's what the story is.
  12. that's a graphic novel. I don't really consider that a comic book.
  13. any collectors in here? I just picked up some good stuff at my local con this past weekend :)
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