Hi there, my name is Patrick. c: I'm your local Satanic anarchist. I'm currently in my senior year of high school, which I'm doing online. After that, I'm planning on going to the Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science to earn an associates degree in Mortuary Science, and hopefully move to New Hampshire and become a funeral director. At least, that's the plan.
I'm a fairly shy person. Not in a way like "I'm shy at first but I'm crazy when you get to know me." But I tend to be fairly submissive in relationships and prefer listening to talking. That's not to say I don't talk or can't hold a conversation, in fact I can talk a lot if you get me arguing, which isn't that hard. :p I enjoy having philosophical or political discussions/arguments, but I also really enjoy lighthearted or absurd talks.
Like I said above, I'm Satanic and Anarchistic. To go into a little more detail, Satanism is a philosophical belief that emphasizes atheism, skepticism, acceptance of natural inequalities, anti-egalitarianism, Satanic symbolism and a number of other things. You can read up more on it, or ask me about it. Now, regarding anarchy. I'm an anarcho-capitalist, or a voluntaryist. The entire idea can be broken down to the idea that all human interactions should be completely voluntary and free from coercion and fraud. This is also called the non-aggression principle. Again, I won't insult your intelligence. You can always research it if you're not knowledgeable about it or you can ask me.
I have a serious flair for gothic aesthetics. I like wearing black, painting my nails, expanding my wardrobe, admiring the macabre in art, music and other entertainment, visiting graveyards and similar things.
I'm a very outdoorsie person. I love hiking, camping and fishing. I love going for walks in the woods to just talk with people and enjoy the fresh air. I definitely feel more comfortable in the woods than in a city.
I also want to go on record by saying that I'm not a "politically correct" person. I don't make fun of people out of bigotry, no matter how you want to redefine it. I make fun of people if I find it funny. I seek to be realistic about people and nature, and don't want to cloud it with ideas of egalitarianism or cultural Marxism. I'm generally open with my opinions and beliefs on things, and am quick to challenge other people on their ideas. I'd like the same in return.