So, who am I?

Those who have some knowledge of the Japanese language may chuckle at my name. It was a 12 year old’s attempt to write his name in katakana. Get over it, I made a mistake. But I prefer it. I’m in my early 20-somethings and I graduated from George Mason University with my conservative approach to life, religion, and friends slightly touched libertarian. I’m an otaku. I can proudly say Tonari no Totoro, Chōdenji Machine Voltes V, and Harmony Gold’s Robotech were influential shows in my childhood. Equally influential were my books. 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea by Jules Verne, The War of the Worlds by H.G. Wells, both Patriot Games and The Hunt for Red October by Tom Clancy were books I wore out when I was a wee third grader. Anyways, to eventually get this ball rollin’.

I don’t much to add anyways.

11 Responses to About

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  3. Before I fail to remember, I’ve nominated you and your blog for the Sunshine Award, to encourage you to keep on blogging and discover other blogs, too! Apparently, the nomination’s been standing for a while, and I’ve forgotten to notify you, but here you are!

  4. An Onymous says:

    Patriot Games and The Hunt for Red October? If you were brought up on this ‘patriotic paranoia’ it’s no wonder you see enemies everywhere, and your godgiven right to have a gun IN SELF-DEFENCE of course. But you actually carried a gun in the street as some do, people wouldn’t look at you the same. Might want to carry guns themselves to not feel inferior lol.
    Settlers actually tried to fill America’s huge territory. And it brought to many isolation, agoraphobia and (as I’ve said) paranoia. Add that to the crazy ‘puritanism’ and this paranoia becomes cultural narrowmindedness. If it were any worse it’d be hard for you to find the things you love!

    • I’ve only approved it mainly for anyone willing to look at this mere person’s blog can see that there are those who get their kicks in life by building a standard from which only they and others who they approve of are allowed in. I found it amusing, and somewhat sad really, that it’s just those two titles that were picked out to completely and utterly devalue me as a person and to turn into a straw-man that fits anon’s worldview. But hey, roll with the punches I guess.

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  6. roland says:

    hey i see u like some anime and military stuff

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