I had a business I want to get off the ground, but have come to the conclusion that I want nothing to do with tending a bar. Somewhat disheartening to watch a dream die, but what can you do?
I'm an aspiring writer with an imagination wider than the horizon. I'm a gamer and proud of it, and I'm not afraid to get off my rear to do hard work. I'm naturally fit, and I have a sharp mind to go with it. I like to think I'm pleasing to the eye and entertaining as well, but I can't be the judge of that, now can I?
I have an absolute laser focus when it comes to doing things that I want to do. I also have the amazing ability to do -anything- other than things I should be doing when I really don't want to do them. Yeah, I'm awesome.
I'm also good at -rambling-, if you give me the chance. Feel free to stop me.
I can also be kinda corny. Shush, it's part of my shtick. It's adorable.
Or something. Definitely something.
Music? I like some classic and modern rock, but a lead singer's voice can very easily turn me off to a band. There are some more pop-ish artists I can listen to, and lately I've been exploring more into electronica and some dubstep. Although remember, the ability to drop the bass and even a sick beat is insignificant next to the power of Metal.
I don't watch much TV anymore, but Babylon 5 will always be one of my all-time favorites. I can easily sit and enjoy an episode of Star Trek, too. But, I'm of the opinion that the best show to ever air on network TV was M*A*S*H.
I've also watched a fair amount of anime, but I haven't really had the opportunity to sit down to that in a while. I've seen all two hundred episodes of Sailor Moon in the original japanese, all three movies, -and- the live action series. I am not ashamed.
As far as movies? I saw Pacific Rim in theater. Game, Set, Match.
A Song of Ice and Fire, by George R.R. Martin. The Coldfire Trilogy, by C.S. Friedman. The Night's Dawn, by Peter F. Hamilton. Ender's Game. The Abhorsen Trilogy by Garth Nix (although I've come to the conclusion that Nix -loves- his similes.) The list goes -on-.
My computer. I admit it. Also, electricity to use it with.
Pen and paper. There is so much you can -do- with them.
Friends. I have times where I want to be on my own, but I do need people. Even just knowing they're there.
...that's three. Five, if you count the doubles. I'll think of more later.
Sometimes I wonder if OKC intentionally loses some of my messages/responses, and is holding them hostage until I A-list my account. Then I tell myself I'm being stupid and it's just me.
I'm not sure I trust you, OKC. /narrowed eyes.
Sometimes though, I admit that I'll want to head out for a drink, and perhaps to visit the local hookah bar. Not very often, though. Money and all that.
On friday nights where I'm not with friends in one form or another, I'm probably at home.
And now that I've gotten that travesty out of my way... seriously, message me if you want to. Let's chat about something inane, get a couple laughs out of it.