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My self-summary
“Let’s say you have an ax. Just a cheap one, from Home Depot. On one bitter winter day, you use said ax to behead a man. Don’t worry, the man was already dead. Or maybe you should worry, because you’re the one who shot him.

He had been a big, twitchy guy with veiny skin stretched over swollen biceps, a tattoo of a swastika on his tongue. Teeth filed into razor-sharp fangs-you know the type. And you’re chopping off his head because, even with eight bullet holes in him, you’re pretty sure he’s about to spring back to his feet and eat the look of terror right off your face.

On the follow-through of the last swing, though, the handle of the ax snaps in a spray of splinters. You now have a broken ax. So, after a long night of looking for a place to dump the man and his head, you take a trip into town with your ax. You go to the hardware store, explaining away the dark reddish stains on the broken handle as barbecue sauce. You walk out with a brand-new handle for your ax.

The repaired ax sits undisturbed in your garage until the spring when, on one rainy morning, you find in your kitchen a creature that appears to be a foot-long slug with a bulging egg sac on its tail. Its jaws bite one of your forks in half with what seems like very little effort. You grab your trusty ax and chop the thing into several pieces. On the last blow, however, the ax strikes a metal leg of the overturned kitchen table and chips out a notch right in the middle of the blade.

Of course, a chipped head means yet another trip to the hardware store. They sell you a brand-new head for your ax. As soon as you get home, you meet the reanimated body of the guy you beheaded earlier. He’s also got a new head, stitched on with what looks like plastic weed-trimmer line, and it’s wearing that unique expression of “you’re the man who killed me last winter” resentment that one so rarely encounters in everyday life.

You brandish your ax. The guy takes a long look at the weapon with his squishy, rotting eyes and in a gargly voice he screams, “That’s the same ax that beheaded me!”

― David Wong, John Dies at the End


Computer, replicate me some Latinum
And an unlimited credit line
A handful of Viagra
And a barrel of blood wine

A pony keg of Tranya
And a Ketracel-white line
A long stretch shuttle, make it a double
Get me goin’ where I’m goin’ on time

Computer, replicate me a cargo bay
And fill it full of lube
Then add a dozen Deltans
Who want what I wanna do

Now replicate me a Vulcan
And nine of her good friends
I’m gonna meld with more than their minds
And when I’m done I’m gonna do it again

I make it so

Computer, replicate an arena
And pack it full of fans
Now replicate me a microphone
And replicate my band

Now replicate some guitars
Can you feel the excitement grow?
And now rock out with your Spock out
Make it mother******** so!

I’ve got a message to deliver from the stars
I’m gonna spread it wide in brothels and in bars
Or you can get it here tonight after the show
Baby, I will make it so

I’ll make it so
She make it so
Gotta make it so
I make it
What I’m doing with my life
He comes from a distant and erotic land where the ancient secrets of seduction are passed down through generations of Kama Sutra, oyster popping, orgy loving horn-dogs. He's the Ronin of Romance, the Dali Licky Lama, the Gandhi from Behindi. He is, The Samurai Love God.

I work as a research and development technician for a medical company. I'm currently pursuing my education so I can further my career.
I’m really good at
I enjoy sketching and art in all its forms, obscure movie trivia, wisecracks and tinkering with electronics. I have a knack for combining random bits to create something technological or artistic or both.
The first things people usually notice about me
My sense of humor, for it is a little quirky. I sometimes get accused of being British even though I have never been there.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Anne rice Vampire Chronicles, Larry Nivans Ringworld series, Dune, Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy. I enjoy sci fi, action, superhero, and the occasional romantic comedy movie. I prefer to collect LPs, my collection usually has one rule: something I want and something that catches my eye. I enjoy a variety of food from all walks of life and learning how to cook them.
Six things I could never do without
1) My dog Dexter (hes murder on socks)
2) My stereo
3) My car
4) My Family
5)swiss army knife
6)A quest for an adventure
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Classic cars and Vintage movies, vintage stereos, records, gadgets etc. Also why are the apartments owned by government employees in movies and TV so spacious?
On a typical Friday night I am
At a Pub or listening to the latest vinyl record I picked up.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'm a geek who has been to only one convention.
You should message me if
If you have a quirky sense of humor and you have a favorite Doctor or just like to chat.
The two of us