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The memory meme
Another meme lifted from lizzielizzie:

Tell the listening audience a memory of me as a comment. When you first met me, when I did something stupid, etc. And then post this query to your journal...

I am: tired
Current Media: TiVo: Building the Ultimate

rbarclay From: rbarclay Date: April 25th, 2004 12:55 pm (UTC) (Direct Link)
I remember first seeing a post from you in Another Network, and me thinking "what's that k1dd13 doing here, of all places" for not posting with what looked like a proper Real Name. I've been Enlightened since.

(I've never met you IRL, so that's about the best I can do.)
pfloyd From: pfloyd Date: April 26th, 2004 05:26 am (UTC) (Direct Link)
I don't actually remember the circumstances under which I first met you at WPI... though I'm mostly certain that it was in the Wedge (back in the days of yore)...

I do remember one of those finals weeks when you didn't sleep... the entire week... OD'd on Vivarin. I don't think you were quite in your right (or even left) mind during then... but then I also remember not seeing you the following weekend, as you were pretty much comatose in recovery.

I also remember you setting up that little TV and VCR in the Wedge and showing Megazone 23 early on in our days...
7threality From: 7threality Date: April 27th, 2004 06:06 am (UTC) (Direct Link)
I recall that you were the one that introduced me to him, though I didn't realize it at the time. You took me over to zoner's room to see part of demon's, sex, and basketball. Which I still refer to as my first introduction to anime, even though I had watched Tranzor Z on TV when I was younger. It was really the introduction to the idea that one could buy/collect anime.

Beyond that, Zoner was a face in the crowd at the wedge, and someone I recognized when we needed 2 more people for living arrangements on campus. E10/E7 were probably what I would characterize as my best years in college. And the rest, as they say, is history.