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PraetorianMember3047 XPMar-11-2017 11:43 PM

This one is encouraged by Neomorph.I'd like to know where we are all from,a testament to how Alien(and Sci Fi in general)has United us under one site.I'll start:Hi I'm ninxeno426.i'm from Southern California,USA.How about you guys.

Nothing the God of biomechanics wouldn't let you in heaven for 

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ChestbursterMember528 XPMar-12-2017 9:37 PM

Well, at least the first thing you thought of wasn't beer or sauerkraut when reading germany, ninXeno. :P

Eine Theorie die nicht auf Etwas solidem basiert ist für gewöhnlich nur Geschwätz.


TrilobiteMember8212 XPMar-12-2017 9:43 PM

Indeed. Ramstein is pretty badass and puts on quite a show. Don't forget Accept either! Interestingly, Wolf Hoffman lives in Nashville, Tennessee of all places.


TrilobiteMember8212 XPMar-12-2017 10:40 PM


Birmingham- Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin, Judas Priest- heavy bragging rights there.


FacehuggerMember269 XPMar-13-2017 12:56 AM

Greetings from Alaska, USA


TrilobiteMember8212 XPMar-13-2017 1:56 AM


Over here a bit west in Washington. I would love to visit Alaska at some time.

rob clayton

OvomorphMember49 XPMar-13-2017 3:06 AM

Manchester here in the UK


PraetorianMember3047 XPMar-13-2017 4:46 AM

Germany is also the home of more obscure groups like Deadlock and Leaves Eyes.For a big one,The Scorpions

Nothing the God of biomechanics wouldn't let you in heaven for 


FacehuggerMember316 XPMar-13-2017 6:43 AM

Greetings from snowy Chicago!


FacehuggerMember355 XPMar-13-2017 7:22 AM

Greetings from the Great Backwater State of South Carolina, USA>

Armin Van Buuren is the da' man...


Goddamn Tropics in here

FacehuggerMember288 XPMar-13-2017 8:16 AM

Nin - This is indeed a fine post

Big D - Still smiling from your black county no back garden post!

I was born in Dudley and now live in Lichfield and sell people's stolen washing for a living, apart from yours!


ChestbursterMember731 XPMar-13-2017 8:51 AM


I've had many visits to Chicago! Beautiful city, I would like to try out the lake cruises departing from the Navy Pier, and I have yet to visit the Adler Planetatium observatory and Shedd aquarium. 


OvomorphMember82 XPMar-13-2017 9:55 AM

I'm from a town just outside of London , great britain


FacehuggerMember203 XPMar-13-2017 10:19 AM

Greetings from NYC (Manhattan)


XenomorphMember1261 XPMar-13-2017 12:42 PM

I'm from Chicago but transplanted myself to Cincinnati, Ohio


Aorta what part of t he city are you from?


FacehuggerMember203 XPMar-13-2017 2:09 PM

@Rick - Go Bengals and I loooove Skyline Chili...and Montgomery Inn Bar-BQ.  I was born not far from there but been in NYC for a long time now


PraetorianMember3047 XPMar-13-2017 2:31 PM

Thanks for the continued contributions guys!This is probably the most fun I've had with a post of mine in a while!

Nothing the God of biomechanics wouldn't let you in heaven for 


PraetorianMember3047 XPMar-13-2017 3:55 PM


Nothing the God of biomechanics wouldn't let you in heaven for 


TrilobiteMember8212 XPMar-13-2017 4:11 PM

Aorta- I have heard about those winters. No envy from me.


FacehuggerMember124 XPMar-13-2017 4:47 PM

I reside in Ye Olde Nottingham Town, England.  I was very chuffed to have a Sir Ridley Scott version of Robin Hood! I've traveled to quite a few countries around our planet.  I was in Ukraine when I watched Ridley's Robin Hood.  The furthest I've been is Mexico (obviously to look for ancient alien engineer evidence among the Mayan ruins).  Also been to Russia (pre Putin) and lots of countries in Europe.  Never been to America yet and not sure if I want to come while the Orange guy is in charge!

I like to think we only have one planet and I'd like to visit any and all of it, so why can't we all get along? :-)

I like the term World Citizen and I feel like that when I'm posting up here with the Alaskans and Croatians etc :-)


ChestbursterMember731 XPMar-13-2017 4:54 PM


Yep I've experienced -30° Celsius in Chicago back in November and December. And my colleagues have mentioned temperatures below -40°! That's insanely cold and even worse (especially with northern winds) than in northern Sweden!  


PraetorianMember3378 XPMar-13-2017 5:02 PM

Chris is from Canada, wow! :)

I'd like to know where S.M is from.

And nobody from Asia?


TrilobiteMember8212 XPMar-13-2017 5:15 PM


I saw another thread that listed AC not being shown in Cambodia until August so there might not be much love from that part of the world.


XenomorphMember1261 XPMar-13-2017 5:56 PM

Neo, Chicago isn't called the Windy City for no reason.  Everything is lake effect and the winds coming into the city aren't blocked so they have time to build up speed before hitting the towers and creating wind tunnels between the high rises.  -40° then add in 30+ mph winds between the buildings.  Winter Sucks ARSE in Chi-Town


ChestbursterMember731 XPMar-13-2017 6:29 PM

Yes Rick I'm aware of that (thanks anyway), it was still a bit of a shock for me as a cold-resistant Swede the first time I was there.

I thought I could endure cold temperatures, but the winds there were like "f*** you how about this in your face".

The only thing that beats a freezing day in Chicago during the winter in my travel experience is Svalbard, situated in the Arctic Ocean north of Norwegian.

The northernmost airport in the world is there. Speaks for itself really.

Severe winds and only specially trained pilots are allowed to land there.

You open the doors of a passenger jet and a snowstorm literally enters the cabin.

Yeah, your balls are stuck on the seat when you leave the aircraft.


XenomorphMember1261 XPMar-13-2017 6:39 PM

Yeah my boys turtle up in Chi-town and screw Svalbard.  Chicago is bad enough.  I migrated to a warmer climate.


Steve, what part of Cincy?  Inside or outside the loop?


DeaconMember10193 XPMar-13-2017 6:45 PM

Ha Ha DK

Not quite.... Then again i was born in the Black Country and raised in Birmingham until after i left School then back to nice and Sunny Black Country LOL

Nowt to much shout about from here that our international folk on here would know about....   Like who would know who Lenny Henry is ;)

Town i am in now is a really old one back in the days and was in the Doomsday Book... once the heart of England and one of the main Industrial Revolutions... where a lot of WW2 Metal work was carried out... i live like 800 Meters from where Many a UK WW2 Tank Torrent was made. Still have the Pool that they used to cool the Metal in... and the Pool has always had the rumor its bottomless.. when years ago nothing would float in it due to the chemical effects on Water Buoyancy

At least we in Black Country have one claim to FAME!!!

The Dudley Dorito ;)

And i am lucky enough to have seen in in 1996

But i will add DK my mom did go to a School for a bit that Ozzy Osborne went to, a lot of facts about him are wrong he was not from Aston..  but between Stetchford and Bordsley Green

But than again when people from other countries or counties as me where i am from its easier to say between Birmingham and Wolverhampton, so its same kind of thing

 Update.... near the Hodehill estate for those who want to know..  And there was no Bats there lol


R.I.P Sox  01/01/2006 - 11/10/2017


XenomorphMember1261 XPMar-13-2017 6:56 PM

BD I eat Dorito's all the time.  

Was the one you seen in 1996 Nacho Cheese?



PraetorianMember3047 XPMar-14-2017 12:21 AM

Another bump 

Nothing the God of biomechanics wouldn't let you in heaven for 


FacehuggerMember141 XPMar-14-2017 5:59 AM

I'm from São Paulo, Brasil :D

Great to see where all of you guys come from! 


"This mighty city shows the wonders of my hand."


ChestbursterMember907 XPMar-14-2017 6:20 AM

Birmingham here...USA.

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