Terijan
30 Fullerton, United States
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My self-summary
24/7 I live like a 420 hobbit.

Twitter and gamedev tumblr
What I’m doing with my life
Philosophize, grow skills of interest to me (cooking, programming, art), and work independently as a game developer. I don't have/want a phone, watch much western television, or have any faith/attachment to our culture's prevailing institutions. I'd rather work from my hobbit hole, observe the outside, and contribute where and when I can.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
B: The Color Purple (which catalyzed a great deal of emotional development for teenage me), Divine Comedy, Asterios Polyp

M: Magic Mike XXL (which is tragically overlooked), Scott Pilgrim, The Secret of Kells, Palindromes, Harold and Maude

S: Steven Universe, How to Get Away With Murder, Hannibal, Over the Garden Wall, Avatar TLA/Korra, JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, anything Ikuhara (sailor moon, utena, penguindrum), Veronica Mars

Mu: Janelle Monáe, Mandolin Orange, Frank Ocean, Nick Drake, Sufjan Stevens, Tom Misch, Alabama Shakes, Stevie Wonder, Ella Fitzgerald, Radiohead, SOHN

G: Souls series (esp. Demon's Souls and DS3), Ultima Online, EverQuest 1, Heroes of Might and Magic, Divinity: Original Sin, Castlevania 3, Shining Force, SaGa Frontier, Terranigma, FF6, Seiken Densetsu 3

youtube playlist
The six things I could never do without
Things I Keep In My Backpack:
-rolling papers
-child scissors
-Notebook(s) and pencil
-heavy laptop and smaller windows Surface
-wireless mouse/keyboard, ps4 gamepad, drawing tablet
-a wad of plastic bags
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Living in a post-apocalyptic society. I mean this one. I'm not white, y'know; colonization already happened and the results are pretty horrifying unless you've been living under a rock or are fixated on the spectacle. I barely made it this far alive in a society that measured me as unnecessary until I got a fancy tech job (our modern purveyors of snake oil).

If you really believe in democracy as an idea, that people are liberated by robust choice in their governance, then you should spend some time noticing how we don't actually live in one. We don't even meet the most basic requirement: a population where everyone has access to education and their basic needs are secured.
You should message me if
You don't believe in 'crazy', are not afraid to deal with uncertainty, and accept people's feelings without requiring justification.

You enjoy talking with yourself.

Or none of that makes sense to you, but you are curious anyway.
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