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26 East Carondelet, IL Man


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Last online
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White, Other
5' 8" (1.73m)
Body Type
Atheism and it’s important
Working on University
Doesn’t want kids
English (Fluently), C++ (Somewhat), Hebrew (Somewhat)
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"Histories of ages past
Unenlightened shadows cast
Down through all eternity
The crying of humanity

'Twas then that the Hurdy Gurdy Man come singing songs of love."
- Donovan

The gothic kid who never grew out of it.

I'm a half-assed practitioner of the occult, despite being an atheist. I don't actually believe in magick as an extant force somewhere Out There in the aether, but as a psychologically useful practice. I can write the Theban alphabet from memory and utilize Kabbalistic pentacles, and know more than is useful or probably healthy about German mysticism in the late Middle Ages.
What I’m doing with my life
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I’m really good at
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This space intentionally left blank. Individualism is not the greatest virtue.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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This is long, and pretentious, and you don't really care.

Nietzsche. Bataille. Schopenhauer. Clive Barker. Poppy Z. Brite. History books. The Baron Julius Evola. Italian neo-Idealism. Carl Jung. Martin Heidegger, and I have no shame in saying that much of my attraction to him lies precisely in his affiliation with National Socialism - which I do not subscribe to, and would admit to if I did.

My guilty pleasures are pulpy true crime paperbacks, of the sort your grandmother may have kept on the back of the toilet, as mine did. My real passion is philosophy: ponderous, heavy and violent.

'Dark City'.' La Cité des enfants perdus'. Surreal film (Buenel, Jodorowski, Jaromil Jireš). A million slashers ('The Burning', 'Sleepaway Camp') and Italian gialli - Fulci's 'Lo squartatore di New York' being my favorites. Violent alternative 80s thrillers - 'The Whites Of The Eye', 'Manhunter'. Body horror: 'Society', 'From Beyond', and anything else from Brian Yuzna. The 2012 remake of Bill Lustig's 1980 gorefest 'Maniac', starring Elijah Wood(!). Neo-noir - the Wachowski's first film 'Bound'.

I'm a horror nut, and very badly pretentious about it. I think it's because horror stands closest to the pure surrealism of early and silent cinema. Could be that I use these images as an ersatz for drugs, which I don't use.

I more or less don't watch television. Garth Marenghi's Darkplace is a favorite.

Metal, particularly traditional metal - guitar solos, wailing vocals, the works - and doom metal. Industrial. Alternative and gothic rock/metal. 90s alternative metal like The Melvins has been on my playlist pretty regularly of late. I love darkwave, as vague as the label is: from European dark dance music like Blutengel and :wumpscut: to ethereal Ren Faire stuff like Faith & the Muse. Christian Death, both pre-and-post-Rozz. A really laughable number of 80s -wave bands with the prefix 'The' in their names. Type O Negative and their soundalikes - Woods of Ypres being my favorite of these. Killing Joke. Anything Al Jorgunsen touches, especially his early stuff like 'With Sympathy' that he disowns and physically destroys when he finds it. I adore Marilyn Manson, and consider him the first post-modern public figure, sewed up out of all his influences like a rock and roll Frankenstein.

Music is important to me. I can't play anything worth a Goddamn, but I enjoy it. I can't seem to grasp anything solid in life; but the effervescent changes of chord and note have a way of making permanent what is endlessly in flux.

Orange chicken.

For being as dour as I am, and as little as I play video games, I have a strange soft spot for Harvest Moon.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Cigarettes, cigarettes, cigarettes, cigarettes, cigarettes, boots.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
How close I can get to becoming a Dostoyevsky character without stepping over the line.

Benedetto Croce. Julius Evola. Ernst Junger. The dissident alternative fascists of the 1930s. The German Non-Conformist Movement.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Doing whatever strikes my fancy.
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I want a girl whose mind tastes like strawberries fresh picked from the field.

In the immortal words of Bono:

Lift my days
Light up my nights