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Honestly, I find there are times that I don't hear of a band -until- they start becoming main stream. And, by main stream, I mean in the geeky sense. I mean, I hadn't heard of Freezepop until I fell in love with Science Genius Girl on Karaoke Revolution. Sometimes I just hear a song somewhere and say 'hey, that's neat' and search for it and start listening to the band.

But then again, there are times that I already know the band, love the band, and then all of a sudden see one of their pieces in a video game or hear it on a commercial or in a movie. And all I can do is grin and say 'yeah, I already know that one. But I bet it will hook others onto their music!'

I don't see why anyone would stop liking something that they always liked... just because others suddenly do. I mean, I admit, there are times I will stop doing/buying something because it goes main stream. But it isn't because it is a turn off. Case and point: I used to love wearing Converse sneakers. I would buy them for, like, $20 at their outlet. Then the hipsters fell in love with them and they became 'main stream'. Suddenly the price jumped to about $60-80 a pair and I stopped buying them. Why? They were too bloody expensive! I still wore and loved the ones I had, though.

So yeah... once you like something, keep liking it. If you don't, don't. Come up with a better excuse than 'but now I'm not individual enough cause everyone is doing it!'
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I actually know a lot of people that were handed a raw deal in life and could really use a do-over card. But, then again, I'm also under the assumption that everything that everyone has been through is all part of who makes them who they are today.

So, I suppose to answer the question in two different ways: I would worry too much using the card because there are parts of my life I wish never happened and would probably desire them to have never happened. And I would also want to remove the memories of them. But then, would I be who I am now? I like who I am. I like where I am in life. I've been through a lot of crap in life and wish it never happened, but due to feeling that all of my memories made me who I am and I like who I am... no. I would not want a do-over.


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