Building an Ego One Useless Self-Important Fact at a Time
"Wise men learn more from fools than fools from the wise."- Fortune Cookie
"We are the music makers and we are the dreamers of dreams."- Willy Wonka (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory)
Detour sign in Kyushu, Japan: Stop: Drive Sideways.
Hitchhiker's Guide to the Internet
Actually sort of I'm sort of an internet drifter... err hitchhiker. Ever since I read the book Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card, I've been moving from board to board dependent on what I'm interested for however many months. I was spending my time at a The Matrix Community Message Board before finding H2G2 after reading Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.
Before that I spent my time at Virtual Battle School. It's a board in which people write for characters based on the book Ender's Game. Soldiers, commanders, launchies, Janitors, you name it. Of course a decent command of the English language is prerequisite considers as though there is a lot of planning involved in character interactions. Plotlines, events, and the like... This is also the board where I caught the writing bug and met my ex-girlfriend/best-friend.
I shall now go about building my ego, by saying that I am an aspiring dictator, arm-chair philospher, writer1 (of sorts). I will also mention that I'm an employed (chicken cutter) college freshman. English major. I'm thinking I'm gonna minor in random stuff, cause everybody needs a minor in Underwater Basket Weaving. Finally in concluding the stroking of my ego, I shall say I'm actually quite humble.
Another "Best of"
I decided that I am the only 18 year old, who likes the idea of coasters. Drink coasters, not roller coasters, though I enjoy the latter as well as the former.Along with coasters (both kinds), I read copious amounts of scifi. I have passing interest in fantasy, mostly have read the works of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett. I highly suggest American Gods and Good Omens if you haven't read them. They are choice. I've read more Star Wars books than anybody should, then I realized they're a bit like harlyquinn romances.
Favorite Scifi Books
Orson Scott Card
- Ender's Game
- Speaker for the Dead
- Ender's Shadow
- Pastwatch: The Redemption of Christopher Columbus
Other Scifi Books
- Left Hand of Darkness by Ursula K. LeGuin
- Dune by Frank Herbert
- Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? by Philip K. Dick
- Starship Troops by Heinlein 2
I don't only just read scifi,though. I've also read some really good non-scifi books as well. Keeps a person well-rounded...
Favorite Books (Regular Ones without Spacemen)
- Halmet by Shakespeare
- Grendel by John Gardener
- The Princess Bride by William Goldmen
- In Cold Blood by Truman Capote
- The Lord of the Flies
- A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens
Now if you thought the lists were going to end, you're sorely mistaken. I also spend my time in front of the tube a lot. My second favorite thing to do, besides getting online and reading. Well I can't really list which I like the most. I also listen to music too!
Movies, Music, and TV (No silly Wizard of Oz puns included)
- Blade Runner
- The Original Star Wars Trilogy
- Lord of the Rings
- The Indiana Jones Trilogy
- Fight Club 3
- The Princess Bride
- The Godfather
- Some Like it Hot! 4
- The Bill and Ted movies
- The Matrix Trilogy
- Almost Famous
- Ferris Beuller's Day Off
- The Vacation movies 5
- The Austin Powers Trilogy
- Undercover Brother
- Pulp Fiction
- Kill Bill
- Any Adam Sandler movie 6
- There's Something About Mary
- American Pie
- Dave Matthew's Band
- The Beatles
- Green Day
- The Pillows 7
- Foo Fighters
- Blink 182 8
- Clem Snide
- Flogging Molly
- The Daily Show
- South Park
- The Graham Norton Effect
- Chappelle's Show
- Keen Eddie 9
- FLCL 10
- Cowboy Bebop 11
- The Simpsons
- Various documentaries on the paranormal, myths, and ancient history
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