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About Mysterious ExGamer Dude

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  • Birthday 08/25/1998

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    Male
  • Location
    It used to be a mystery..
  • Interests
    Yahushua ha Mashiach (Jesus Christ in Hebrew) and unashamed, Heavy Metal, BLACK/UNBLACK METAL, Exploring (Obviously), DC Universe (Specifically Batman), Star Wars, Demonology (Christian and Jewish), the unknown, end time prophecies (I dare say this on my public info), and mysteries.
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    It's a mystery.....
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    So far just my phone. (still kinda new & limited)
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    None at the moment, I just start walking when I get the chance. (Perhaps in the future sometime)

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  1. I have also seen those used in road construction (not sure why), although I am sure they can have multiple uses.
  2. Ah ok gotcha. Nice, punk is pretty cool :-P Also I grew up with bluegrass although it's been a long time sense I've heard any of it. I also like folk and some contemporary. You've got lots of colors in your musical taste nice.
  3. Wow never would have guessed. Google is a pain to deal with :-P Also, really? What bands do you listen to? I like most sub-genre's of metal but I usually listen to the Christian bands. You'd be surprised at the variety if you look hard enough! I like thrash too, but also the heavier sub-genre's as well.
  4. Wow this is some great tips. Thank you, really! I have one channel up but it's just starting out and it's primarily centered around Christian metal and metal. But I love exploring so much so I just gotta open another one.
  5. Sometimes I do try to follow a Lent diet, it just depends on the situation. Most of my diets change in variation depending on the type of Feast Day that I'm observing at the time. Other times I usually just follow a regular diet. And Ok thank you! I don't currently have an active exploring Youtube channel at the moment, but I do plan on it in the future God willing. Also, Explore just went live again just to let you know.
  6. That is interesting. I typically don't eat a Kosher diet unless I feel the need to. Or unless I am observing Passover, sense I also follow the Messiah's teachings as well as the Torah to the best of my ability. I personally am not in any denomination either, however I do like to congregate with other believers when I am able to (This includes regular Christians as well as Messianic Jews when they're around). And yes there's only a small handful of mainstream holidays that I'll be celebrating as well, (like how you mentioned the 4th of July). However I do get together with other family on Christmas, but I don't celebrate it as the Messiah's birth anymore, sense Yahushua was born sometime in September. Which is called Sukkot. Tbh I didn't expect to be talking about this :3 However I am grateful that there are some other believers here besides me, although I typically can get along with non-religious folk as well. :-P But yeah I imagine you've had enough of my Jewish talk lol.
  7. Nice to meet you dery, that is very interesting. I myself was not raised up Jewish but was raised in a Pentecostal Christian household. It wasn't until fairly recently that I began to embrace the Jewishness of the Faith. Honoring the Holy Feast Days, the Shabbat (Sabbath) etc. I also have Celtic ancestors from Ireland. Thank you for the advice! I will be sure to take those precautions. I don't like to break into places or jump fences :3
  8. This was a very old house me and my dad came across on the 4-lane road out further from town. Of course I said we had to stop and let me snap some photos of the place. :3 Also, I was very fond of this house as well as my images of this old place. So I really felt it a shame to let it get deleted one day by mistake and let it go to waste on my phone.
  9. Hey everyone, I just joined a little while ago. I'm nineteen, also religious (Messianic Jewish Christian) although I prefer not to use that word. I have been interested in exploring sense I was real young, I remember always getting in trouble at 7 years old for going and exploring an abandoned house across the street. Not that anyone thought I would do anything, but it was falling apart and my parents always worried I would get myself hurt haha. I'm also into Metal (the music genre) so that's another big thing I'm interested in. Anyways, nice forum you got here! Reminds me a lot of the old Star Wars HQ website (R.I.P), oh yeah, I like Star Wars too. ^-^ Also, that's an abandoned school in the picture below. :3 Too bad it's locked or I would go inside! I also hope to learn more about the art of exploration. Although I have always been interested in exploring practically my whole life, it has been a rarity for me to actually just get out and just explore. So, hopefully you guys and gals can teach me some things ^-^, basic things to know, tips, what to look out for, how to avoid danger, explorer's code etc. etc.. Anyways, thanks for taking the time to read this if you've made it this far. I look forward to speaking with you all and knowing everyone! Hope you all have a great and blessed day/night!
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