Reading old discussions like reading a diary

@maezee (33270)
United States
January 16, 2016 7:48pm CST
I started MyLot when I was 19 years old, and apparently quite the different person. It’s so interesting for me to see all of these discussions I had started talking about my issues with my family, friends, and personal problems. Reading these old discussions are like thumbing through a journal of my 19 year old self. It definitely reminds me how much I have changed in the last 6 years. Do you feel this way also? Do you ever look back on MyLot discussions?
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• United States
17 Jan 16
I used to be on Bubblews and I loved going back and reading my old posts. They shut the site down and all my entries are lost now. It's sad. :-(
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@maezee (33270)
• United States
23 Jan 16
Why did they shut them all down? Was there a reason or just too long of inactivity?
@Mike197602 (13911)
• United Kingdom
23 Jan 16
you might be able to find them using the way back machine as they archive billions of web pages
• United States
24 Jan 16
@Mike197602 there's no archive left :-(
@Shavkat (65269)
• Philippines
17 Jan 16
It is really fulfilling to see the old posted discussions I've done. It is a possession that should be proud off. You had shared share the ups and downs of life. You were able to obtain friendships with the other members here. @jaboUK You will experience the same moment. I am sure you will continue to share your inner thoughts here in myLot.
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@T_gray (7805)
• Salina, Kansas
17 Jan 16
I have only been here a few months and I already think it is fun looking back on my old post. Like when someone comments on an old post. I think its fun to remember those days back then
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@maezee (33270)
• United States
23 Jan 16
Totally. Welcome, by the way!
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@just4him (126811)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
18 Jan 16
I'm new here, three months. It is interesting to look back on your views though to see how they changed from them to now.
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@maezee (33270)
• United States
23 Jan 16
Totally. Even 3 months you can change quite a bit. Welcome to MyLot by the way, hope you are enjoying it!
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@just4him (126811)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
23 Jan 16
@maezee I don't think there is much change left in me at my age. Thank you for the welcome.
@jaboUK (55052)
• United Kingdom
17 Jan 16
I don't because I only joined in September.
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@maezee (33270)
• United States
23 Jan 16
Give it some time and I'm sure it'll become like a journal to you! Welcome to MyLot by the way.
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@jaboUK (55052)
• United Kingdom
23 Jan 16
@maezee Thank you, I already feel at home here.
@iamshane487 (1155)
• Manila, Philippines
19 Jan 16
Oh wow it's so interesting! I was not in myLot 6 years ago. I was 19 years old at that time. Maybe if bubblews did not shut down, I can read all my posts 2 years ago.
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@salonga (27954)
• Philippines
18 Jan 16
You actually have given me the idea here. I will go over my old posts to see how will my experience will be.
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@maezee (33270)
• United States
23 Jan 16
Yeah! I don't know about you, but I literally would post about anything and everything that was on my mind - a lot of job-related things and personal-type things. You may be surprised at what you learn about yourself!
@TRBRocks420 (82395)
• Banks, Oregon
18 Jan 16
Yes, it really is a lot like reading a old diary, life changes quickly, hopefully for the better :)
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@Orson_Kart (4481)
• United Kingdom
23 Jan 16
I have been here about the same length of time as you, apart from the hiatus that most of us took. In the years that have passed I don't think I have changed one bit. Whether that is a good thing or not I don't know, but some of my posts old and new are cringeworthy.