I'm a pro-profile profile-phile, according to my pro files.
Gentlemen and ladies and mentlegen. It is I, Evil! I'm not actually evil, but hey.
I can usually be counted upon to say random *synonym for excrement*, even if "random" means "the same dumb and/or strange thing that I just said".
I'm actually more timid than I seem. So if I apologize, I mean it, and if I say I don't mean to *something*, I actually don't. I'm not timid to Emil Castagnier levels (Did I mention that I'm a Tales fan? Tales of Symphonia actually opened my eyes to video games as an art form. It's how I started paying attention to scenes, dialogue, and soundtracks. True story.), but if I say something stupid, keep in mind that I may just be innocently doing it, unaware of whatever meaning those modern, perverted morons have come up with for it. I'm a major victim of "it seemed like a good idea at the time!", and really beat myself up over minor mistakes, especially
even if they are nonexistent. When I say "thank you," step it up a few notches to "oh man, thank you so much."
Now that that's out of the way...
I can be found in many fantasy RPs, especially in the Tales of Symphonia Guild
(it's good stuff). I play roleplaying games of all kinds, and it is good. Haters to the left. I am quite the gamer in general, actually. It's what I do.
I'm not really a people person, and am a part-time stoic, but I'm cool with forums. Indeed, the forums and I are extraordinarily skilled at maintaining low temperatures.
Anyway, just remember that I'm both deeper and shallower than you think. I have convinced myself that I'm some sort of fool who still looks smart compared to the ignorant ones who gather around me, who are still sometimes decent guys/female people (and why the heck am I calling everybody fools, fool?). What you think is up to you.
I'm going to a community college soon (yeah, yeah), but I still have no idea what the heck is going on, so I'm starting in the liberal arts. Technology, while I love making use of it, may just be a bit finicky for me to derive a career from, no matter how much I like gaming and stuff. I've been pondering what exactly editors do, as it sounds like something that I could do with a bit more education. Of course, that would mean an English major. *sigh*