I love swimming, but not in super-cold water. I like sports, particularly soccer because I have a lot of experience. I feel like I would love skiing and snowboarding but I haven't had the chance yet. I have a recently-revitalized passion for good health and fitness, and I am resuming college in order to go into a nursing career. I want to buy a home of my own and get away from the rent scam.
Please don't bother me with your webscam garbage.
What I’m doing with my life
I've just started school back up. My goal is Medical. I aim to start with the very obtainable target of RN (Nurse) and see if I can go further from there.
I've recently been certified as a personal Trainer by NASM. Interestingly enough, it's the NASM course that inspired me to go back to real school, meaning I may never actually use the NASM Cert. At least I learned what I needed to master my own health in the process.
I also trade electronics on ebay. I've done this for a total of seven years now. Its the one component of my early adult life that will definitely persist. Who can pass up randomly making $1,000 in a day with an hour of work? Not me.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: Arslan, Ender's game, Harry Potter Series (Haven't read the last three). Unfortunately I rarely read anymore because I have a strange vision disorder that makes it unnecessarily difficult so I reserve it for things that are important like class material.
Movies: Sunshine (2007 Sci-Fi) I Am Legend, I-Robot, Seven Pounds (Will Smith makes some damn good movies). Interstellar, anything from Miyazaki.
Shows: South Park, Bob's Burgers, Futurama, Criminal Minds. (Interestingly Criminal Minds is the ONLY "Cop Drama" show I like.) Ghost in the Shell.
The six things I could never do without
Loss of internet would be a massive problem since a huge part of my income relies on ebay.
There. Six things.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Deep Space. Orbital anomalies and Pegassian planets. The fact that because of the way Pegassian planets and orbital physics function, statistically speaking there has to be not just a few, but TRILLIONS of full size rogue planets drifting through space without a star, and that the "Mars-sized-object" that supposedly struck earth billions of years ago to create the moon, may have been one of those. That somewhere, is probably a world that developed a full civilization on it before being ejected by the Pegassian planet in its system, and that the remnants of that civilization would still be standing, billions of years later, because once the atmosphere and all life on that world were stripped away by the dark space and without gravitational friction to maintain a hot core that would cause any sort of terrain shifts, there would be nothing left to decay that civilization. It would continue standing for eons unless another rogue planet slammed into it and pulverized the whole planet.
Possible explanations for various things in our world. How evolution fits with everything, and what could have happened 100,000 years ago to the african population of humanity to cause certain lingering psychological tendencies we still see today, like why Lions will not attack a human unless provoked or starving to death, or why humans aren't afraid of Apex predators like lions. The roots of a psychological factor like that has to be hundreds of millennia in age.
You should message me if
If you have some adventures that you don't want to go on alone.
Or if you share some of my shamefully dorky interests like video games or Magic the Gathering.