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My self-summary
Hmm, the dreaded self-summary. I'm going to try something different, as the grand masterpiece "crossover" taught us

"for a man to get something he has never had, he's going to have to do something he's never done". Wisdom at its finest!

So who am I? We can start at my core, what drives me like the nucleus of a cell. Let's call it my "social dna"

I love the saying "Nothing is True, Everything is Permitted". To me it means that views, life and the status quo changes so much much how Bruce Lee says to "be water"; to be fluid in these situations allows me to survive in life. The second part of it just means that people are going to do what they like. As long as they aren't hurting anybody while doing it, no judgement zone here.

Religion usually is at the core of a person too and my lack there of is a driving force on how I deal with adversity. I'm pretty staunch Agnostic Atheist and what this boils down to is that when I have a problem, I look for practical ways to overcome that obstacle than looking for wisdom from a higher power.

I started along this path beginning with the death of my Dad, but it didn't solidify with the death of my Mom. It was when I was very broke living in Vancouver and had to make a decision that would help me but have dire consequences that I came to terms that I was in control of my life and I had to be the one to take responsibility for my actions.

Lastly at my core, people might think that my culture/race is a driving force, it's not. I feel no obligation to act they way people might think I should just based on phenotype. Although I do understand the struggles that we've gone though and keep that in mind. For me though, I just start from a place where everybody is human.

Alright lets jump out of the center of the cell and lets go with the Protons and Neutrons of me. Ya know the stuff I'm into? Video games are high on my list of interests, honestly games in general. I went to school for Game Design, work as a Game Tester and host Pokemon Tournaments twice a month. It's save to say I like video games.

From games in a broader since, I like the creative process of creating some type of media. I can flex these muscles while hosting Triva, singing Karaoke, writing a story or getting way to lost in I want to do more with a Youtube channel, Podcast or anything else that'll allow me build an experience that people will enjoy.

I'm also a nature person that doesn't get out in nature enough. I'm sure I'd like things like Hiking and I've only been camping once but I'm not anti-outdoors. I'm not from here so back home in Philadelphia it wasn't a big thing to go in the woods and enjoy nature, so I did the best I could with what I had. There is this little creek trail in Northgate that I go to from time to time to relax and take it all in. When summer rolls around, I'll find the time to get into the swing of those things.

Lastly I like being Social, I'm an extrovert even though I thought I was an introvert for years. Most of my week is dedicated to hanging out with friends in come capacity. We'll go to trivia, play board games, mixer, see a show, movies, talks or the random house/bar party.

So when Captain America asks for your help, how can you say no? Anthony Mackie should have said no to crossover, but glad he said yes to Capt'n.
What I’m doing with my life
Running around the city being entertaining as fuck while enjoying the human experience.
I’m really good at
Listening and having brilliant conversations

Making you laugh about things you didn't think you could laugh At

Cooking food that you could just die for

Finding the answers to things when their are barely any information to go on.
The first things people usually notice about me
Oh it depends on the person...ok no it doesn't. It's the Hair...or even more so the Hair Pick.

But side note, something that people don't usually notice about me is that I have an earring. If you don't know, now ya know Mr. President
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
Rules of Play
Game Design Workshop
Body Language for Dummies
He Talk Like a White Boy
The Giver

Wedding Crashers
the Pursuit of Happyness
Whatever Works
Ghost World
Batman: The Dark Knight
Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers the Movie
Dance Flick
Save the Last Dance
Mean Girls
Mission Impossible

Music: I like certain various artists from R&B, Hip-Hop, Alternative/Emo Rock, Country, Video Game BG Music. These include:
Jason Mraz
My Chemical Romance
Kanye West
Alica Keys
India Arie
Mega Man

Japanese (Sushi and others)
Soul Food
The six things I could never do without
1.) Human Relationships
2.) The Outdoors
3.) Creativity
4.) The Internet
5.) Fun
6.) Bread
I spend a lot of time thinking about
The complexities of human relationships and perceptions.

How some people use emotions to make their decisions and how others use logic.

Why Skittles are flamboyantly colorful and why M&M's are dully colorful.

Why The female is mentioned first when talking about "Mom and Dad" and "Aunt and Uncle" but not with "Brother and Sister".

How I can best achieve my goals in life
On a typical Friday night I am
*looks to the left* *looks to the right* Umm.....typical? It's honestly one of my few "free" nights where I'm not committed to doing something so it can range form a house party to me playing video games while eating fried chicken and drinking coronas and whatever random ass thing I want to place in between.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I have a letter that I wrote to the NAACP informing them that I'm turning in my black card. If you want to read it, just ask.
You should message me if
Share in the Human experience got damnit. It's fun, awesome and insert any other adjective here that tells you that you're alive and should fucking act like it!

"This is where you add your inspiring life quote to share with the masses"