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My self-summary
Welcome to my profile.

I'm a somewhat shy, but passionate individual, currently residing in Orlando.

My passion is centered mainly in the narrative form in all types of media. Music, art, film and video games all have influenced me in some way, and I'm aiming to become a part of that creative process, through which I've found my current, and most intense passion in writing.

I like to think that I am tolerant of differing opinions and ideologies, although I am fairly opinionated myself. I respect everybody's right to hold a stance, but I don't believe such stance should be above scrutiny itself.

In terms of personality types, it seems that I identify as an INTJ, and my Enneagram is 692.

Aside from that, I am told I'm fairly funny, but it's clear that that's highly subjective. If you enjoy meta-comedy, referential humor and sarcasm-infused wit, you'll probably find me at least somewhat amusing (oh, also, self-deprecating humor sometimes).

I am currently overweight. I don't take particular pride in it, and I want to live healthier, but I am somewhat weak willed when it comes to it. I assume I should be honest about it instead of making empty promises.

If you made it through all of this and you aren't put off by any of it, I think we might already get along, but by all means, keep reading if you're so inclined to do so.

Thanks for reading!
What I’m doing with my life
I've finally graduated as a Computer Engineering at Universidad de Oriente. I don't expect that I'll completely focus on the career overall, but I expect the knowledge will help me to follow my dreams.

I maintained a blog where I wrote certain conceptual content, and I really enjoyed the process; also, in it, I used to (and may restart at some point) write reviews for movies, shows and video games. If you're interested in reading the content, here's the link:

In its place, I now try to maintain a YouTube channel with similar content, that someday I wish to retake. If you wish to watch it, here's the link:

I am also currently working on writing a novel. I describe it as a post-apocalyptic psychological thriller with slice of life elements. Despite its post-apocalyptic setting, I have to stress that there is no nuclear winter or zombie outbreak background to it. If such a concept sounds appealing, and you like non-traditional writing, I'd love to have someone that could criticize my work and to discuss ideas with. Promise I'll keep an open mind!

I'm also trying to go through my massive backlog of films, series and video games. It seems to be a life-long goal of mine.

And when I'm not doing any of those things, I'm usually procrastinating them.
I’m really good at
I believe I'm good at understanding abstract concepts relatively easily, remembering somewhat useless trivia about stuff that interests me, talking about the things that I'm passionate about, and referencing them to either the delight or grievance of others, either or.

I am told I'm good at making people laugh, listening to other people, comforting them and offering relatively insightful advice.

I believe I'm okay at singing, playing guitar, drawing and playing video games.

And I would really like to believe I'm good at writing, but that's still open for discussion.
The first things people usually notice about me
Don't have much of a way to measure this, but I'll give it a shot.

Some people have told me I seem intelligent and that I inspire respect. And I assume most people will notice my appearance, and identify my conversations as usually revolving around my love (or hate) of certain media.

I am also told by most people that love something (say a movie, or a show) and I don't, when they talk with me about it, they leave hating it. I don't take too much pride in that, but I guess I can't help myself.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Prepare for a really long list of stuff... ('Gun to the head and choose' favorite is at the top of every list. The rest of the list is in alphabetical order)

I am one of those weird specimens that really enjoys writing, but for one reason or another, doesn't read much. I do have some preferences in writing, and I guess I have to admit I don't particularly enjoy traditional writing as much as most people do, but I do have some major favorites:
-Harry Potter and the Methods of Rationality
-House of Leaves
-Sophie's World
-The Little Prince
-The Secret History of Twin Peaks


I am extremely passionate about movies, and I tend to have somewhat of a high standard with them, yet I do offer a certain leeway when it comes to the intent and genre as a case for case basis. Getting out of the way (with three of my most favorite in parenthesis each in order of quality)

-Most Marvel Studios films (Guardians of the Galaxy, Ant-Man, The Avengers)
-Most Quentin Tarantino films (Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs, Inglorious Basterds)
-Most Disney Classics (The Sword in the Stone, Peter Pan, Cinderella)
-Most Pixar films (Wall-E, Ratatouille, Toy Story 1-3)
-Most Christopher Nolan films (Memento, The Dark Knight, Inception)
-Most Edgar Wright films (The World's End, Hot Fuzz, Shaun of the Dead)
-Most David Fincher films (Fight Club, Seven, The Social Network)
-Most Spike Jonze films (Her, Adaptation, Being John Malkovich)
-Most Richard Linklater films (A Scanner Darkly, Boyhood, School of Rock)
-A lot of Robert Zemeckis films (The Walk, Back to the Future series, Who Framed Roger Rabbit?)
-Most Stanley Kubrick films (2001: A Space Odyssey, Dr. Strangelove, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb, Lolita)
-Most Martin Scorsese films (Goodfellas, The Wolf of Wall-Street, Shutter Island)
-A lot of Harold Ramis films (Groundhog Day, Caddyshack, National Lampoon's Vacation)
-Most Judd Apatow films (The 40-Year-Old Virgin, Funny People, Trainwreck)
-Most Gret Mottola films (Superbad, Paul, Adventureland)
-Most John Hughes films (The Breakfast Club, Weird Science, Ferris Bueller's Day Off)
-Most David O. Russell films (Silver Linings Playbook, The Fighter, American Hustle)
-Most Coen Brothers films (Fargo, A Serious Man, The Big Lebowsky)

I STILL have quite a few individual favorites:
-Sing Street
-Your Name
-Swiss Army Man
-Blood Punch
-12 Angry Men
-21 Jump Street series
-About Time
-American History X
-American Psycho
-Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy
-Battle Royale
-Birdman or (the Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)
-Bitch Slap
-Blazing Saddles
-Bridge of Spies
-City of God
-Cloud Atlas
-Donnie Darko
-Dumb and Dumber
-Edge of Tomorrow
-Enter the Dragon
-How To Train Your Dragon series
-In Bruges
-Indie Game: The Movie
-Interstella 5555: The 5tory of the 5ecret 5tar 5ystem
-James Bond series
-John Wick
-Kingsman: The Secret Service
-Km 72
-León: The Professional
-Lilo & Stitch
-Life is Beautiful
-Little Miss Sunshine
-Mad Max series
-Man on the Moon
-Only God Forgives
-Package #3
-Pitch Perfect
-Reign Over Me
-Ruby Sparks
-Seven Psychopaths
-Short Term 12
-Source Code
-South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut
-Spirited Away
-Star Wars: The Original Trilogy
-Synecdoche, New York
-T2: Judgement Day
-The Clan
-The Emperor's New Groove
-The Exorcist
-The Grand Budapest Hotel
-The Guest
-The Invention of Lying
-The Martian
-The Matrix
-The Muppets
-The Perks of Being a Wallflower
-The Place Beyond the Pines
-The Raid: Redemption
-The Shawshank Redemption
-The Truman Show
-Under the Skin
-Warm Bodies
-Wayne's World
-Wreck-It Ralph
-Young Frankenstein

Special mention to four movies that are so bad that they are immensely enjoyable:
-The Happening
-The House of the Dead
-The Room
-Troll 2


When it comes to series, I have a preference for really well made and structured dramatic shows, or witty comedic series that usually don't require laugh tracks or have them but don't lean on them. Also, things in between. Some favorites include:

-Twin Peaks
-Adventure Time
-Ash vs Evil Dead
-Better Call Saul
-Black Mirror
-Bravest Warriors
-Breaking Bad
-Cowboy Bebop
-Curb Your Enthusiasm
-Death Note
-Flight of the Conchords
-House of Cards
-Last Week Tonight
-Marvel's Daredevil
-Marvel's Jessica Jones
-Mr. Robot
-Paranoia Agent
-Penn & Teller's Bullshit!
-Penn & Teller's Fool Us
-Regular Show
-Silicon Valley
-South Park
-The Jeselnik Offensive
-The Last Man on Earth
-The Man in the High Castle
-The Simpsons (before it started sucking)
-The Twilight Zone
-True Detective (Season 1 only)


I once identified myself as being a 'metalhead', but then I realized it confined me fairly strictly to one type of music, so I just gave up on trying to label my taste, I just like what I like, such as:
-The Beatles
-3 Doors Down
-Bo Burnham
-Bon Iver
-Chance the Rapper
-Chris Cornell (and everything he's done)
-Clearance Clearwater Revival
-Daft Punk
-David Bowie
-Dirty Projectors
-Electric Guest
-Fatboy Slim
-Flight Facilities
-Florence + The Machine
-Foo Fighters
-Foster the People
-Jack White (and everything he's done)
-James Blake
-Johnny Cash
-La Roux
-Led Zeppelin
-Massive Attack
-Neil Ciciriega
-Papa Roach
-Pearl Jam
-Pink Floyd
-Poets of the Fall
-Queens of the Stone Age
-Rage Against the Machine
-Red Hot Chili Peppers
-Regina Spektor
-Rodrigo y Gabriela
-San Cisco
-St. Vincent
-Ten Second Songs
-Tenacious D
-The Black Keys
-The Book of Mormon
-The Cure
-The Darkness
-The Eagles
-The Killers
-The National
-The Offspring
-The Pretty Reckless
-The Police
-The Rolling Stones
-The Strokes
-The Veronicas
-The Who
-Tim Minchin
-Vampire Weekend
-Video Games Live
-A lot of Game Soundtracks

And instead of food...

Video Games:

My video game tastes tends to lean on more narrative oriented experiences, but also meanders around more action based in terms of gameplay. Tender spot for a lot of fighting games, puzzle games, open worlds and indie experiences. Not a huge fan of most sports or racing games. Also, tend to be fairly bored by most horror games that only rely on scares and not on actual plot progression. Some favorites include:
-Life is Strange
-Actual Sunlight
-Alan Wake
-Assassin's Creed series (until Brotherhood)
-Back to the Future: The Game
-Batman: Arkham series
-Beyond: Two Souls
-BioShock Infinite
-Citizen Abel series
-Chrono Trigger
-Condemned: Criminal Origins
-Cthulhu Saves the World
-Dead or Alive series
-Def Jam: Fight for NY
-Deus Ex series
-Devil May Cry series
-Dino Crisis series (until 2)
-Ever17: The Out of Infinity
-Exoptable Money
-Far Cry series
-Final Fantasy IV series
-Final Fantasy VII series
-Goldeneye 007
-Gone Home
-Half-Minute Hero
-Heavy Rain
-Her Story
-Hotline Miami
-Katawa Shoujo
-Legend of Legaia
-Little Inferno
-Mafia II
-Mario series
-Marvel Vs. Capcom series
-Mass Effect series
-Max Payne series
-Metal Gear series
-Mirror's Edge
-Monkey Island series
-Mortal Kombat series
-No More Heroes series
-Onimusha series
-Pokémon Snap
-Portal series
-Resident Evil series (until 4)
-Rock Band series
-Rocket League
-Saints Row series
-[[Save the Date]
-Second Sight
-Shadow Man
-Silent Hill series (until 4)
-Skate series
-[[Sleeping Dogs]
-Soul series
-Spawn: In The Demon's Hand
-Star Fox 64
-Super Smash Bros. series
-The Beginner's Guide
-The Darkness
-The Last of Us
-The Legend of Dragoon
-The Legend of Zelda series
-The Plan
-The Mirror Lied
-The Sims series (until 3)
-The Stanley Parable
-The Swapper
-The Walking Dead: A Telltale Game series
-The Wolf Among Us
-Thomas Was Alone
-Threads of Fate
-Trauma Team
-Tomb Raider series
-Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction
-Tony Hawk series (until American Wasteland)
-Uncharted series
-Unreal Tournament
Six things I could never do without
-The love from my friends and family
-The hope to succeed in the future
-The hope to find someone to share it with
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Life, the future, music, movies, video games, philosophy, myself, people around me, how people act on different situations, thoughts, ideas, concepts, stories, the usual...
On a typical Friday night I am
At home, in front of my computer watching shows or playing a game, usually procrastinating some other stuff I should be doing at the moment, hehe.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I have a mild Entomophobia that makes me freak out a bit when I'm near bigger-than-a-fly insects, which I guess it's not private now... Oh, well...
You should message me if
You, surprisingly, think that I'm interesting, and you share my passion for any of the stuff I like.

If you want to have conversations about either serious stuff, or just about a show/movie/game you saw/played last night.

If you are not bored by all the rambling.

If you are interested in helping me write my story.

If you didn't have to read this to know you wanted to message me.

Or all of the above, if any.
The two of us