I'm a nerd. Not a what I like to call faux-nerd, the kind who likes nerdy stuff, but not medium (I.E. people who say they like batman but haven't read a comic). I like comics, video games, writing about the stuff I like, isolating, programming, fixing/building computers. I'm not entirely sure why I joined this site, nor what I intend to accomplish. Although, I do occasionally write love-ish stories that usually end in grisly murder, or lost loves, but most often both (I believe there is an artistry to violence to some degree (For the love of god, fictional depictions only, real violence is deplorable (don't believe me, look up Ryan Ottley's Invincible and tell me that isn't beautiful and violent)) (I love a tragic ending (happy endings just frustrate and seem so unrealistic (then again so does grisly murder)))
Not added any friends yet.
Diagree completely.Never truly loved somebody other than platonically. I like it this way and intend to keep it as such.
None of the above. I've been in this situation, and my natural facial expression turned me from being hit on to the person hitting on me being utterly disgusted by me without my having said a word. I have this magic ability that many have tried to duplicate. none have been successfulI am proud of this.
Evig Pint (Eternally Tormented) by Kaizers Orchestra
the condition that distinguishes organisms from inorganic objects and dead organisms, being manifested by growth through metabolism, reproduction, and the power of adaptation to environment through changes originating internally.
give your ID to a trusted friend, get rid of what you have. 3 days in seclusion, do not speak to anyone, do not leave a room save for when nature calls and eating (even then try eating in the room). Worked for me.
My fingers, they're disproportionately long, wiry and nimble.
Helen of Troy: The face that launched a thousand ships'Nuff fuckin' said.
Leon: The Professional"You... don't like Beethoven" and pretty much anything Gary Oldman says. Also, the lines about the pig are pretty great
Vladimir Ashkenazi performing Mozart's piano concerto no 5 in D major. Call me crazy but I've found classical is great for working out. Also Bela Fleck & Edgar Meyer "B Song"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g1mSJpOBXFUPatrick Bateman over-analyzing pop music followed typically by murder. Sorry for not embedding, for a technocrat, I'm shockingly un A/V savy
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