Well for starters, I love music and I love a good movie even more. When I’m not caught up in some self initiated Photoshop project you can probably find me watching a campy horror film and enjoying it thoroughly. As of the current moment, finding a job has become rather taxing in my area so I stick by the only consistency I know; The Haunted Mansion. Now let me stop myself there before I go off on a rant about how great the place is and all the memories and experiences and leave you with the understanding that this place has been in my life for nearly 8 years and well, it’s my home away from home. It’s a haunted attraction established as a walkthrough experience where customers pay to allow you to scare them. That says it all, at least it does on my behalf. I get quite a kick out of scaring people into corners. Fear not, I’m not completely sadistic for I enjoy applying theatrical make-up even more. Role-playing is another consistency that’s been pretty solid since the tender age of 11. It’s a passion really, an exercise and perhaps even a relief from daily life. Think of it like writing a book with another person, or a group of other people. You pick your characters, and sometimes (when the power is in your hands) you pick your plot. In the simplest sense, it’s improvisational acting with a friend. The laws of the story are all there it just depends on whether you have the common sense to follow them. I usually stick to the modern day stories mostly with powerful supernatural and sci-fi undertones. I was pretty big in the X-files role-play fandom for quite a while. That all aside, take me as a nerd or take me as a misfit whatever you see is what you get. I’ll attempt to write a provocative journal entry every now and then but I’ll probably start with some oldies from the Myspace page. I hope you’ll check back and read up, tell me what you think and I’ll tell you what I think.
“The trouble with having an open mind, of course, is that people will insist on coming along and trying to put things in it.” – Terry Pratchett
“The secret to creativity is knowing how to hide your sources.”- Albert Einstein