Just some information about myself.

Who are you? (Who who? Who who?)

Mathew is in fact my real first name preferred male name.

I am 23 years old and I stand at 5'2".

My hobbies are drawing, crafting, cooking, and video games.

I have 2 brothers, 2 sisters, 3 cockatiels, 3 cats, and a single mom.

I live in a small town.

I'm currently brainstorming for the novel code-named The Monster Within.

I am...

- Irish, Italian, and Lebanese
- The middle child
- Interested in men
- Really a female, but wants the ability to change into a male and back (gender queer?)
- An otaku
- Melancholic
- A competitive Pokemon player, armed with EV and IV knowledge
- A cat lover
- A surviving bully victim
- A big nerd
- Comedic
- A foodie
- Open-minded
- Very forgetful
- A Diaper Lover

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Food: I love cheese, pasta, and rice. I also really love meat and I hope to try lamb, rabbit, duck, goose, deer, buffalo, mammoth (if we bring them back in my lifetime), octopus, squid, lobster, and some more fish someday.

Games: Nintendo ftw with Pokemon, Mii games like Wii Party, and Super Smash as my mains. My favorite non-Nintendo games are Team Fortress 2, Primal Carnage Extinction, and The Sims 3. Games with good custom character shenanigans like the Saints Row series? Also in my collection.

Art styles: I love cartoon styles that are colorful and not scary. I also love vectors and creative crossovers.

My future: I have many ideas about what I want to be; Which are character designer, cartoon-ology (It's a real job!), baker, graphic designer, writer, food critic, or a general chef. However, I fear that most of my choices are dependent on how others perceive my work and that hasn't been so good lately... I want to pick a job that is the most practical and won't lead to a starving artist future.


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Shadow Belmonte Report | 08/24/2016 4:19 pm
Shadow Belmonte
Ok, now that I'm semi-comfortable with being able to type (due to finger injury at work)

Yeah I agree on the first, and yeah I can agree on the second, but I think they're both just as unpredictable, the same way as people and animals are unpredictable.
Speaking of, I know I'm quite unpredictable, but I'm an Aquarius, so it's in my nature to leave people scratching their heads. -u-'
Though the part about schools losing funds and some schools being closed down by lack of funds, makes making changes a rather difficult task, if not completely unattainable.
If only people could do things more freely, but if someone gets a papercut then everyone throws lawsuits around and scares the helping hands away.

Same for me - if something bad happened to me, it's automatically my fault, despite the obvious evidence.
My school wasn't intentionally bad; most people mingled pretty swell, but it was the idiot few and the backstabbers that made it rough.
Aside from rich principal and his pampered son, and a minor few staff that I didn't care for, the rest of the students and teachers were pretty great.
I didn't consider myself constantly bullied in school though; I ticked off a group of people but they left me alone after awhile.
And who cares about lacking social skills, they're probably nits anyways if they're going to judge you, best to find someone better to associate with.
Got a coworker with Asperger's, he talks a lot about a lot, but he's a really nice guy, smart about what all he talks about, because I don't have half a clue about game systems and computers and all that.
If he's clearly smarter on a subject, then he's got me beat in that aspect, and I don't care, life goes on.

I'd be afraid of a coastal town though, can you see the beach, or are you close to one?
I've got a phobia of deep water, so, the thought of a coastal town = phobias intensified emotion_0A0

Cali's having wildfires galore lately and draught; my cousin who moved there, decided to move back to Indiana.
Phoenix was huge, I'd hate to deal with parking fees and trying to get kids to school on time in all that traffic.

Hilarious, eSports, I wouldn't even take a gander at that.
I'm 0% into sports, so I know absolutely nothing on any of them topics.
My town is also into art, but when we got a new mayor, she created a (thing, like a decree or a mini-law or something) where all art was to be removed for a certain amount of time until some kind of matters get settled - and some of the art is huge - but mostly, I dislike it because it's painted-over scrap metal.

I'd wonder what it would be like to participate in an adult art class, but with prices and buy-your-own stuff, plus having a job - and I'd rather not go it alone, so I'd rather stay at home and just Google references.

That'd be nice of the government to keep art alive in schools, but hopefully, they don't cut out something else important? Science, health, computer tech and the like.
Usually if something is given an advance, something else gets cut out. x-x

Thank you! emotion_kirakira
Yes, the sun faces, I know what those are!
That'd be awesome! emotion_kirakira
Interestingly, I made a decorative disc with a gunmetal-colored wolf's howling head, raised, above a light blue crackle-glass effect background, round for the moon.
Sadly, during the stay in the furnace, it cracked 3/4 of the way through and couldn't be saved... but the colors were so great. emo
Shadow Belmonte Report | 08/21/2016 7:24 am
Shadow Belmonte
Yeah, no school is safe when there are people involved, but then again, mother nature doesn't make things safe either.
Earthquakes, floods, hurricanes, wildfires and all them life-threatening disasters, which could easily take out as many lives, if not more, than one person's actions.
Yet when any unfortunate event happens, the end result is also a life-changer; people support each other emotionally, they provide relief for each other, they clean up and rebuild and move on, and they also remember the event so they may educate others about what happened.
If people did not have catastrophic events of any kind, would people be as empathetic towards each other, complete strangers?

But not only are the schools a threat, but any place is, wherever there may be two people in the world.
Two people with two different ideas, one's feelings get hurt and they can't think straight, and that's really all it takes.
Student or teacher, boss or temp, neighbors, family, friends.
It will never end, and as there are more people in existence compared to different times in the past, not to forget how much everything has changed - poverty, laws, morales, advanced technology and such - the factors point to more incidents happening around the world.

I'd be the Fade off type.
When I'd approach any adult for help when I was a kid, it'd be 'Oh you silly thing! You're just a kid, you don't know what you're talking about! Now go play! Have fun!'
And then when I got into my teens it was, 'It's your fault, I don't care, now go away' and 'Grow up and be responsible for this mess you've made.'
So I'm not really a people person like I used to be, and it's basically impossible for people to get me to trust them, to where it makes everyone angry that I refuse to.
But I'm not living my life to suit other peoples' needs, when they're claiming to be understanding and caring and yet proving otherwise; I'm living my life how I want to, and that's to do whatever I feel like doing.
And instead of being some mindless nutjob about it, I instead talk to you guys, my friends on Gaia~ emotion_kirakira and writing stories and reading autobiographies and practicing dance moves.
Ironically people think I'm intimidating, though I'm sure it's part of my appearance.
I'd probably be the least bit intimidating if they walked into my room and saw me trying out ballet while singing off-key musicals and falling on my butt. emotion_facepalm

I do agree about arts vs sports though, but then again, the pay difference and the time difference, as well as that feeling of 'great American pride' can more easily sway peoples' decisions on which to choose.
Like in middle school, I was 2nd in State for an art contest for a major paint company, Sherwin-Williams; but because I was runner-up, I didn't even get a mention in any newspaper - but the girl did, and so did her school, when it won contest money.
Yet that middle school's sports teams were always in the town newspaper for their fails and their wins.

While I didn't really pick out electives, I sure did excel in my art class.
I made a large-scale Egyptian urn with handles, only using the coil method, smoothed it out and gave it a tigereye exterior, a black interior, and turquoise blue handles.
Shaped like this (minus the feet and loads of designs, didn't have time)
https://secure.img2.wfrcdn.com/lf/maxsquare/hash/10626/6107119/1/Design-Toscano-Temple-of-Luxor-Grand-Scale-Egyptian-Urn-Statue-NE867045.jpg
Color was like this:
https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/564x/e0/e1/a9/e0e1a9a33b3449a9e40e37933d754e5b.jpg
Sadly, lost it due to moving, but I'd love to make more at home~!
I'm an art lover~ emotion_bigheart

Yes, good luck, and hope they are involved!
Shadow Belmonte Report | 08/20/2016 1:14 pm
Shadow Belmonte
I've met only a few people here on Gaia under age 13, but they're okay to talk to.
I don't mind conversing or hanging out in Towns at all, but real life - that's a different story.
When you got to deal with cousins who reach age 10 and they're each brats, it's horrid.
Now they're all over 18 years of age and out of my hair, and all I can say is: It's a miracle! emotion_0A0

Yep, gotta love bigots, they're so hard to deal with when they believe their opinion is right and others' opinions are wrong, even if it's based on tangible proof.

And yeah, there are those tests, but:
Money for the tests, staff to do the work, researchers to gather the results, owning locations, and set in a location that people can access.
I'd figure that kind of stuff would be rather expensive, and wouldn't help much for needy families with next to no income and no mode of transportation.
But also comes the issue: The kid can claim that they faked the results, and then questions arise - did the kid actually fake it, is there something really wrong, why do people want to fake this test, what can be done to fix the tests.

As for the case of the exchange student though, no one could really determine what her actions would be - maybe she was trained to fight intruders at home and felt she could handle it, or maybe she was just trying to impress someone in particular, or maybe she was the type who felt she could do anything, or maybe she felt that acting tough in public made her appear tougher than she was.
The only thing I could say is that the only one who could know what she was capable of would be herself.

Burst out or fade off?
(Not sure I understand what we are talking about.)
But peoples' minds are like water; water hits a rock, goes around, hits another rock, goes around, and keeps going.
Replace rocks with books, though - People read a book and it's good, but then they go to the next book, and the next book.
It's whatever people want and feel like they personally enjoy.

I feel schools are already having enough of a hard time in this economy though.
Teachers and programs and resource cuts, all because of budget cuts, because no one really wants to fund schools.
Yet they'll pour money into art pieces at a museum for some benefit on the other side of the world.

But I didn't learn anything at my college, I was really screwed over by them multiple times, so I just walked out and got a job instead.
Plus right before college, I lost my grandpa from my mom's side, and while in college, I lost my dad, not to mention being abused by my cousin and harassed by her mom.
Too much stuff to deal with at once, and I'll never go back to college after that waste of time.

I'm hoping to get trick-or-treaters this year, since we now face the road!
My old apartment was toward the back, and everyone would pile into vehicles and take off for the rich houses.
Sad to be dressed to impress with an untouched bowl of candy. emo

You should take pictures, I would love to see! emotion_kirakira
Good luck finding a party!
As a homebody, I prefer binge-watching horror movies~ emotion_awesome

Chainsaw was to prove realism vs fiction?
I've never used a chainsaw in my life, I'm such a city-dweller.
I doubt I could pick one up, and I don't think I'd be able to get one started.
I wonder if they have just a plain power button.
Logger fail?
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Shadow Belmonte Report | 08/20/2016 3:05 am
Shadow Belmonte
I can't handle any form of kid - infant, toddler, kids.
They're a huge responsibility, noisy, messy, hyperactive, always wanting attention, always getting hurt and crying and backtalking and whining and begging.
I wasn't really raised around other kids (older sister aside who always went out) but when I was always introduced to other kids - nightmares.
Getting me in trouble with their angry one-sided mom for things I didn't do, and being general brats.
If I was on live television and asked to choose: babysit a rich kid or drive away in a new lamborgini, I'd definitely choose the car.

I do agree that history is repeating itself, despite what everyone claims.
"Oh, but Martin Luther King believed in these principles," and then use the name to try getting even for matters that aren't really there.
I mean what, you don't hear African-American people blaming African-American cops for arresting their own kind, or Hispanic cops, or anyone else, so why is it just Caucasian cops getting blamed?
I don't hear of Caucasian and Hispanic people out in the streets protesting the actions of African-American cops.
And yeah, there are the freaks like Manson and other murderous people to learn about.
At my school though, I felt it was the sane people to fear and not the special ed group - the special ed group had a lot of sweet kids, and several of them were in wheelchairs, while some of them had difficulty with walking.
But at my school, one of the staff's 'assistant' students sped up and screeched to a halt pretending they'd run me and my sister over, just to tell me that I shouldn't be skippng school - I was sick and being walked home, which was only a block away, and that I had no car.
Not to mention that my friend was struck by another student driver at that school, and she was in a coma for a few months.
Determining psychos and socios is too (I'm not sure how to say this) difficult?
A smart popular girl could just go instant berserk because of simply being raped by her boyfriend, or her father one day beat her mother and made her watch.
A loser guy could slowly sink to a dark place because he is always abused at home, while acting happy at school - because he doesn't want friends to see.
And there are people (such as my cousin) who fake that everything is okay, but behind a door, are complete nutcases.
Schools are just made for people to show up to get an education, not observe a person's past and present lifestyle to make a judgment unless prompted.

This will be my first Halloween trying to get trick-or-treaters! emotion_kirakira
So of course I must have a cool costume!
What costume will you have, and will you go anywhere?

I don't mind, you can link away all you like. XD

I can see how nostalgia can be involved for that.
Gotta cut short though, don't wanna be late for work!
Like X-Files, the truth is out there~

*gets rid of the chainsaw*
Noooo, don't be afraid of me
emotion_0A0
Shadow Belmonte Report | 08/19/2016 4:39 pm
Shadow Belmonte
Carrie (the old one) was a good enough show, I do actually like that, haven't seen the newer one though.
I'm the same way, so many people have bullied me and then tell me "Forgive and forget," but then - when they got bullied, they don't forgive and forget - so why am I the villain in their fake happily-ever-after story?
I hate hypocrites mainly for that reason - it's okay for them to bully others in the face of 'the Lord' and using a Bible to hide behind their bullcrap actions.
But I prefer not to fight stupid people - I believe stupid people make stupid decisions, so I just laugh when they make their 500th one and end up in a pile of deep crap that keeps piling up. emotion_awesome
I'm a nice person though, I'd lend out my neighbors a tool or a baking ingredient if they needed help, and I'm always helpful at work whenever someone asks.
But when it comes to babysitting: OMG NOO RUN emotion_0A0
Though I wouldn't be surprised if my cousin decided to try murdering me, she's that much a psychopath, but in a scary factor, everyone thinks she's an innocent angel.
I'll just wait on her to blow a gasket and let people see what she's really like.

I haven't been to that Dollar store in ages, out of the way and nothing there, really.
Your books sound great, but I'm really surprised Mein Kamph was there - but then again, it was written by a person in history, so of course people would sell that for money.
I'm the type that believes in remembering the past for its good and bad, compared to people who want to ignore the past or completely try to alter it, like some places actually do in the world.
If such books like that were all banned, how would people consider taking a crime course in a college class to study the behavior of people such as Hitler?
Plus, newer generations of the Holocaust survivors or just the history-hungry might want to learn more about the man who drastically altered history.
That yaoi book though. lol

I see, I understand now by what you mean characters representing things.
Gandhi~<3
I remember doing an essay on him in school, and then watching the video about him, such a sad ending for such a good guy.

Gosh, Halloween is coming up too quickly for me.
Gotta buy candy and find my vampire teeth. emotion_0A0

Aw, it's so awful that someone would do that to your content, and then harass your readers.
It's even more so that the staff was blaming you as a cause for the attacks - what do they expect, you to make fifty Twilight knockoffs and be just like the rest of the run-of-the-mill tropes?
I wouldn't have it, and I'm glad you don't think so either - I prefer things that are unique and not redone twenty times over and given a different name.
Too bad you had to delete your posts over someone's stupidity.
Fetishizing infants? Please.
I can walk into a Halloween store right now and find a sir & miss pack of nursery and baby items - and you know them baby items, such as the diapers, were made specifically for the men.
So it's not like you're the cause, when it's on others' minds.
Like pron or food or a need to use the bathroom - you didn't create that, but you can definitely think it, and when you mention it to a friend, they'll be thinking it in their near future, right? XD

But I agree with your style of thinking, trying to get into the reader's shoes and maintain a realistic approach.
*revs that chainsaw*
...Oh wait you said realistic.
Gee, how could I forget emotion_awesome
Shadow Belmonte Report | 08/19/2016 4:36 am
Shadow Belmonte
I've never read any Stephen King books, and I feel bad to say, but I've never really cared for his movies either.
Cujo, scary? When I was a kid, I didn't even feel the least afraid.
It? Not scary when I was a kid.
Pet Sematary? ...nope.
Misery? Nothing.
Basically, none of his movies fill me with suspense, dread, or fright, so I'm not really sure what the hype is of everyone going 'but it's so scary!'

I've never considered werewolf stories, not really vamp stories either, I just grab what I think sounds interesting.

That does sound like an interesting book, getting into Native American culture.
How cool that you found it at the Dollar Tree - I found these few random books: Angel (Buffy's,) Batman, Daredevil (based on the movie, not TV series.)
Plus cool, free stories, I couldn't pass that up myself!
Though I prefer books on a shelf rather than screen-reading. (Although my massive comments and PMs say otherwise.) XD

I've avoided Vamp Diaries like the plague, it's far from what I'd like, I'm sure.
If I'm going to be into Vamp stuff, it's going to be like The Lost Boys, Blade, Stake Land, and the like.
I'd also rather burn Twilight than have it inside my place, it will never touch my shelves.
Stupid sparkling vampires and grown men fighting over an underage girl like *****. emotion_puke

How interesting, I've never thought of a character 'representing' things in such a way, how would that be possible?

I don't have a tumblr, and I don't know anything about Team Fortress stuff. sweatdrop
How cool, to be praised by a fanfic critic!

Psh, you think diapers would scare me away.
No, I think people + their pets, and people + dead things would be the things to turn me away.
I remember one episode of The Venture Bros though, a ninja had a kink for new technology, which was hilarious. XD
Besides, I read lemons when I was like, thirteen.

Can anyone read anything on Tumblr, or is it the type of site for members-only to see?
My friend did recommend me Google Docs, but since I moved recently, I have no clue what papers belong to what stories - a nightmare! x-x

How cool, you have good inspiration!
High school library got me hooked on Terry Brooks~ heart
Shadow Belmonte Report | 08/18/2016 5:43 pm
Shadow Belmonte
I've not read any werewolf-based books, though I do have a few vampire ones that I have never read.

I took a look at her writings, but she doesn't seem like something I'd be interested much in.
I'm not one for romance, as her first book seems to be about that; I'm not much for fairytales as I used to be, either.
I think I'm into nitty-gritty settings: violence, horror, betrayal, detectiving, that kind of stuff. emotion_awesome

So, will all of these themes be combined in one, or separate and played out by separate people?
Do you use any sites to post your literature on?

A warning ahead of time: I was using WattPad to post my writings on (though they are all hidden so no one could view them) but one day I was typing up a story - got in several good chapters - and then when I saved it, it deleted everything.
And that's when I realized that oh, that site has this warning - save your work on another area because WattPad may delete your junk.

I've recently heard of Inkitt, but I've heard it's much different - voting systems, competitions, even some publishing, I have heard (but have not read the site's rules, so I'm not sure.)
The girl who referred me to use Inkitt, said that it's better than Wattpad, but again - it's what I've heard, and not tried that site out at all.

Maybe you should check into some stuff if you're wanting to get your works published?
I really would publish my own stuff if I could, but I'm not really a great writer, so I'll just leave that to the greats, and I'll stick to my hobbies. sweatdrop
Shadow Belmonte Report | 08/18/2016 4:48 pm
Shadow Belmonte
Yes it is a spooky story when not altered, but the details are really wonderful.
When I was reading that as a kid, it was as if the reader could actually see such sights before them - trees of silver, gold, and diamond.

I know one thing, can't get that out of almost every 'teen lit' book I ever took the mistake of buying at my local library. emotion_puke
A coworker talked me into buying books from the library, and I didn't know what teen lit was; I just grabbed because it was all fictional fairytale stuff.
All of them turned out to be freaking weird.

1st book: semi-older doting father at home, stuck working in a place like Nirvana, secret demon fighting at night, and... communicates with a red-eyed demon-possessed squirrel. emotion_facepalm

2nd book: Basically a Supernatural ripoff, and Back to the Future ripoff. Guy fights demons, has the hots for a female demon. He fits Dean's description and personality, she fits Sam's girlfriend-demon's description and personality. Plus he has a sort of sidekick, like Doc from Back to the Future - an older guy with an eccentric personality into making gizmos and gadgets. The first chapter contained: 'god she looks so hot I wanna bang her but she's a demon' vs 'god he looks so hot I wanna bang him but he's a demon hunter'. ...nothing relevant to the story, and nothing to help the story.

3rd book: Guy falls out of favor with royalty and gets termed a wanted man; helps a black griffon escape a griffon-fighting ring of death. Turns out, they both know magic and can help each other. But then the main guy falls in love with a creepy-sounding mystery woman with nothing going for her - she used to be a griffon who was changed human by other griffins because she was a t**t - and then she finds out she's prego with main guy's kid. Which becomes a miscarried mutant baby. But she tries again for round two anyways because the first mutant baby wasn't bad enough.

4th book: Group of people end up in a crappy situation for silly reasons that could have been obviously avoided, but it's okay - the guy who never talks turns out to be the son of an evil wizard, and he knows magic! ...As if he couldn't have used the powers earlier and saved his friends from near-drownings and monster attacks, but then, what do they do with an evil wizard friend? ...the world will never know, because the book doesn't say.

Ugh, teen lit. x-x
Shadow Belmonte Report | 08/18/2016 5:11 am
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I've never even heard of Into the Woods.
I'm surprised by this.
If I could choose one Brothers' Grimm fairytale that I like though, it'd be The Twelve Dancing Princesses.

Nothing says creepy like twelve princesses who belong to a slaughter-happy father (the father gives three days to men to find out where the daughters go or he kills them,) and the princesses drug their would-be suitors each of those three nights so that they may be put to death, and then every night, slip off to the underworld - a place of silver trees, gold trees, jeweled trees and a magnificent palace, where they dance with their undead princes, (as they may or not be, I forget) under a spell to entice them to their own deaths so they can stay with the undead princes forever.

My sister used to own an antique Brothers Grimm book that contained that tale, but other online writings of the tale exclude so many fine details; they turned it into a super-short story.
Such as there was one I read online a year or so ago, they excluded the father being kill-happy.
Then there was another where it just said 'the guy tossed out his drugged drink' and I was like, "...um... in the book, it said he secretly poured the drink into his boot, which he secretly emptied into a potted plant?"
And then there was the undead-vs.-alive versions of the princes that bugs me, as well as the princesses going to die for them due to tainted wine-vs.-the princesses going for a nightcap on nontoxic wine.

Because really - if the princes weren't dead, how did a magical trapdoor to a magical palace in a magical land get placed underneath a castle?
(I dislike story edits of this amount, and prefer the original tales.)


Ugh, I don't know why but I'm on a Ctrl+W kick lately instead of Ctrl+Z when I keep trying to reply to you. emotion_facepalm
Shadow Belmonte Report | 08/17/2016 5:00 pm
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Well, I'm not really sure that it's just the media, but I think it's more due to hypocrisy and bigotry.
When it's a family memeber, behind closed doors people will go, "Dude, I'm so tolerant of you, I'm so for it, I've got your back," and then when they go to church and someone at church says, "You know, I heard my ex-girlfriend is dating another girl, and that's against the Bible," then that person will go, "You know, you're absolutely right, it's a sin is what it is, because the Bible said so."
But honestly - people act like it's a new thing that has never happened before, but it's been around since basically caveman times.
Such as, famous artists who were into boys (because it was natural of their times) and famous authors who were into men on an obvious scale and made it known, and many other famous people of the past who were into both genders.
Those same people helped pave the way for artistic styles in churches and helped society get into reading materials, just as any straight person has; those people had religious morals just the same.
I don't consider the whole 'phobia' thing some people think they have, I just think they're either bigots or hypocrites.
The media people only cover what the public feels is important, what stories they are given by their writers, so I don't feel it's really that announcer's fault for having to cover a topic that they might disagree with, or might be totally opposite themselves.

A play?

How hilarious, at least you knew the big bad wolf was a man! XD

My terms of service:
98% of my time is 'leave me alone, I'm busy' time.
The other 2% is 'what do you want?' stare

Well, I wouldn't have to say poor guy, he's smart, he knows how to avoid trashy girls.
It's the other friend I'm a bit concerned with, he's always dating a different girl when I see him every few years.
But still, his business and his life, I just hope he's okay with it and doing okay out in the world.
 

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