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Maine, USA
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Just because I'm not smiling doesn't mean I'm not happy. Admittedly not a fast thinker but I think I'm a strong thinker. I live for video games. Mostly RPGs but I'm quite fond of FPS as well. I'm an avid student of vocabulary and an amateur philosopher.

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I think I'm turning japanese

2011-02-28 05:52:26 by Scarie

Anime! I can only imagine how much money I would have right now if I'd never discovered anime. It all started with curiosity. I'd never seen any of the dragonball series so I thought I'd check it out. Of course it just snowballed from there. Soul Eater, Samurai 7, Sgt. Frog ect. Next on the list is Full Metal Alchemist. After than I'll start looking at stuff dubbed by companies other than funimation. Maybe Bleach or Naruto. To think, a year ago I didn't know what half of those even were and now I've got a wishlist the length of my arm that I'll probably spend the next several years of my life in persuit of. Aw hell at least I'm enjoying myself. And it does it's part to keep me away from video games, which I've had a long standing addiction to. It's just kind of think to realise that I'm a grown man who watches cartoons.

This winter has kicked everyones ass up here in maine. It's the worst one I can remember for a long time. I've got a twelve foot snowbank in front of my house where it's been plowed up so many times. I tried to walk home from my neighbors house the other night and I made the crucial error of not wearing my snowshoes. With every step I fell through the snow up to my groin. It took me about an hour to walk the 200 yards or so back home. Of couse it didn't help that I was more than a little wasted at the time but that's beside the point. With any luck winter will be over soon. I used to love winter when I was a kid. Of course my dad was the one who did all of the snow shoveling back then.