This is in no way a decent self-summary. Deal with it? Question mark intended.
As my match percentage will be low on this account due to having not answered enough questions you are welcome to take a look at my old profile. Some of my views on different things have changed.
The Perks of Being a Wallflower
The Last Zombie
V for Vendetta
12 Angry Men
Wristcutters: A Love Story
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Tokyo Gore Police
Battlestar Galactica [remake]
Star Trek: The Next Generation
Star Trek: Deep Space 9
The Walking Dead
I Want to Sing - Regina Spektor
I Won't Back Down - Johnny Cash
Your Hand in Mind - Explosions in the Sky
Don't Call Me White - NOFX
Moanin' and Groanin' - Bill Withers
Where Have you Been [acoustic] - Reel Big Fish
Electric Feel (Justice Remix) - MGMT
The Fugue - Dj T-Rock & Squashy Nice
Mexico - Gill Landry
Won't Somebody - Bad Religion
The Banjo Song - Seasick Steve
Ghost Town Blues - Social Distortion
Le Quattro Stagioni - "L'Estate- Il Cuculo" dal CD "CHANT de JOIE et de REGRET" - Rhapsodija Trio
Such Great Heights - The Section Quartet
Immigraniada (Bassnectar Remix) - Gogol Bordello
[As a side note I happen to love both Gogol Bordello and bassnectar so this song sort of gave me the willies.]
Broadripple Is Burning - Margot and the Nuclear So and So's
Last Letter - Gor Mkhitarian
Jaded - Maggie, Pierce, and E.J.
Daydream in Blue - iMonster
Let Me In - The Unseen Guest
Angie - Bert Jansch
30 Minutes in London - Antoine Dufour
Teardrop - Newton Faulkner
Boy With a Coin - Iron & Wine
The Wine - Clare Fader
Queen of Pain - Devil Doll
What a Wicked Gang We Are - Streetlight Manifesto
The Likes of You Again - Flogging Molly
Wayfaring Stranger - David Eugene Edwards
One Man's Shame - William Eliott Whitmore
Orchestrated Incident - Gramatik
We Swarm - The Glitch Mob
Bird's Lament (DJ-KiCKS Remix) - Moondog
The Island Pt. II (Dusk) - Pendulum
Loud Pipes - Ratatat
Then, when I started to think about it I knew if I had no way of ever smoking again, I would be okay.
If the internet became inaccessible, I'd be fine.
I remembered that my grandmother, who lost all mobility to her legs due to a rare disease, told me how thirty years ago when her legs started to go she knew she'd just kill herself if she had to be bound to a wheelchair. She's been using a wheel chair for nearly two decades, survived the death of both of her children, her husband, most of her friends, and all of her in-laws. If she can survive all of that, I think I could live with out my legs.
So that got me thinking, what do I really need outside of the most basic things that keep my body alive?
-Interaction. Human interaction. I want to meet new people that engage and intrigue me.
-The moments in life that, despite being so brief, seem so infinite.
These things are what really let me live, more so than cigarettes or being able to walk, or getting online. I couldn't do with out them.
*I should note the sweat-shirt was in my lap and he was loaning it to me to wear since it was a little chilly out.