Welcome, All I can say is please read on. Or don't, I'm not the boss of you.
First off I'd like to apologize for my screen name... its based on my name not a sexual act. Good job mom and dad, my initials are considered lewd.
I've recently graduated (yet again) with a degree in game design. History just wasn't enough for me I guess. Now I am uniquely qualified to make games about things people don't know or care about.
I work for a faceless corporation in order to make money. Its nothing fancy but it pays the bills.
I'm an ENTP, which I only know because I've taken the briggs-myers several times for jobs. Weird, right?
Also, Nick Offerman is my spirit animal.
So that's the nutshell.
-Naming Constellations incorrectly
-Staying up late
-Lying about what I'm good at
-Inventing new and interesting ways to say horrible things
-Local-Multiplayer Video Games (I must crush you..)
I am standing in front of them.
That they have hit me with their shopping cart.
Currently reading High Fidelity by Nick Hornby (yet again)
Movies: I'll watch anything once. I prefer good movies but will watch bad ones if only to understand why it is popular.
*WARNING* I may (and by may I mean "I will") MST3K-style make fun of a movie if interest is lost or the movie is deemed "bad".
Music: I like a bit of everything. My playlist right now has gone from Bowie to Modest Mouse to Mastodon to Al Green to Johnny Cash. And yes, That transition is jarring and amusing.
Food: I will try anything. Seriously Anything. Bugs? Sure. Lampreys? Bring them on. Light Bulbs? Are you trying to kill me?
2. Both of my kidneys
4. Music that inspires
5. Potable water
6. The number 3.
-Emergency Plans for the many possible apocalypses (Dinopocalypse is what I'm hoping for...)
-Odd things to say at the wrong time to make things awkward for everyone.
-What superpowers I would want.
-World Peace or something...
*NOTE* The vaccines thing was a joke. If you don't believe vaccines work please don't bother, you are dumb. Read a book or contract smallpox... oh wait, you can't... vaccines.