Quote from: pumpkinfreak on May 12, 2005, 04:30:32 PMQuote from: cascagrossa on May 12, 2005, 04:20:23 PMi got mine yesterdaycascagrossa:I've been meaning to ask you: who is that in your pic?its layne staley, the lead singer from alice in chains and mad season(two of my favorite bands)
Quote from: cascagrossa on May 12, 2005, 04:20:23 PMi got mine yesterdaycascagrossa:I've been meaning to ask you: who is that in your pic?
i got mine yesterday
Design District = opposite of Brickell.. be very wary of anything in that area.. that being said, its a great place to hang out at at night.. all the art galeeries are there.. there are a few fun clubs.. upscale furniture stores. etc.. But living in that area is not so safe.. when we were house shopping, we found good deals advertised around there.. since i hang out so much in that area, I thought.. "oooh great!"... and its just two blocks from one of the nicest restaurants in Miami.. but then i found out what a difference two blocks makes.. wwe drove by the house at night.. and there were three ladies that looked like prostitues on that block, one came up to the middle of the street, in front of our car waving us down that we had to slam on the brakes not to hit her..its super dark, no street lighting.. and tons of people on bikes milling around looking at our jeep suspiciously.. it was creeeeeepy... and I thought i knew the area.. i suppose thats why the house was so cheap.. So just be careful.. other than that... great art events in the area that draw large crowds and great security.. so thats fine.. but on nights that nothing's going on there.. stay away...
Pumpkin,Like djladyjo, my name as a dj was Dj Croquet. An older dj, named Dj Ping, told me that you need 2 things in a name. First, the name must be memorable. Second, the name must sound good. Since I grew up in the suburbs, I thought I could play on that, hence Croquet. It sounded good and everyone remembered it, so it stuck. I always figured that I would start a record label called "Wicket Records."
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