Seb Harris

Seb Harris

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We are a country with sins unatoneable, afraid to be vulnerable.

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Posted 7 Years Ago


I know I said this last night, but, congratulations!

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Posted 7 Years Ago


This is totally random :) HI!

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Posted 7 Years Ago


hello SEB! its been along time, how have you been? hows school? still go to memorial? message me.
-Sid
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Posted 8 Years Ago


Hey babe,
what's up???

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Posted 9 Years Ago


hey.
new name?

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Posted 9 Years Ago


hello Seb!
nice to see you

peace

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Posted 9 Years Ago


It was a pleasure to meet you on the show tonight... your one hell of a writer.

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Posted 9 Years Ago


I did read the poem actually ^_^ And I must say I'm right there with you.

And that's great your active with all those different organizations, it sounds like you got a really busy schedule with it. Recently I've been working on unionizing at my job and other places around me (A nightmare and a half >_<). I work with a student "union" as well called Students for a Democratic Society, which is a ideological group I started sophmore year which expanded into a much more school-student based group later on. I left it, because it turned sort of "club" but recnetly we've been advocating things similar to what you said, such as less military-student propagation and a more democratic branch of student governing. It's definitly socialist-oriented, and though I am not a "part" of it, I still help out a bit with it:)

And GSA is a dangerous thing to work with, really goodluck with that. All for equality, though in this christianized platform of living, eesh, it's a risky thing. Let me know all about the progress and bumps you come across with this!


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Posted 9 Years Ago


Hey man, I noticed on your profile you called yourself an activist. Good deal, but what are you active with? The anarchy picture underneath your name makes me think the radical left, but just wondering?