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[20 Aug 2010|03:29pm]
[ mood | accomplished ]

Just unlocked every achievement on a game for the first time... yeah, it was Mass Effect 2. I don't have a problem, I can quit any time I want! *twitches, scratches nervously*

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I borrowed this from corellianrogue [21 Jun 2010|10:00pm]
If it's in bold, then it's true.


I am shorter than 5'4.
I think I'm ugly sometimes.
I have many scars.
Tan easily.
Wish my hair was a different color.
I have friends who have never seen my natural hair color.
I have a tattoo.
I am self-conscious about my appearance.
I have/I've had braces.
I wear/wore glasses.
I would get plastic surgery if it were 100% safe, free of cost, and scar-free.
I've been told I'm attractive by a complete stranger. ("You're beautiful" were her exact words.)
I have more than 2 piercings.
I have piercings in places besides my ears.
I have freckles.

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A little scene I've been toying around with in my head [31 May 2010|10:53pm]
So I've been writing again lately, piecing scenes together under a general theme I started back in my first semester at Tulane, with the opening chapter of a sci-fi/adventure novel(la) for my creative writing survey course. This little scene was one I've been writing and re-writing in my little black notebook I carry around at school.

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Update to my 101 things to do before I die. [02 May 2010|08:15pm]
I figured it was a little past a year since I last did this, so since I've completed a few (or remembered completing some I missed originally) I decided to update. Current count is 21/101 completed.


1. Sell a book I wrote.
2. Backpack across Europe.
3. See the Northern Lights in Iceland.
4. Build a snowman.
5. Go to New England in the autumn.
6. Visit William Shakespeare's house.
7. Actually publish a piece of fiction.
8. See the glassblowers in Venice.
9. Go to a hash bar in Amsterdam.
10. Go to Bonnaroo.
11. Go to Burning Man.
12. Go to WGT in Leipzig.
13. Take a road trip across the USA.
14. Visit the Redwood Forest.
15. Drink absinthe in Prague.
16. Visit a Buddhist temple in Tibet.
17. See Tokyo, Japan.
18. See a play on Broadway in NYC.
19. Take surfing lessons in New Zealand.
20. Have sex on a beach.
21. Learn to play a musical instrument.
22. Take sewing lessons.
23. Build my own dark room.
24. See the Amazon Rainforest.
25. Go on a safari.
26. See the migration of Humpback whales.
27. Snorkel in the Great Barrier Reef.
28. Drive a convertible.
29. Go rock climbing.
30. Kiss under a waterfall.
31. See a White Night in Russia.
32. Take a trip to Bali.
33. Go to the London Zoo.
34. See Depeche Mode live.
35. Ride a camel.
36. Go poacher hunting in Siberia.
37. See Stonehenge.
38. Visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
39. See a hockey game.
40. Go to the Super Bowl.
41. Finish School. (ALMOST THERE)
42. Join a Renaissance fair.
43. Go to the Rainbow Gathering.
44. Live somewhere besides Louisiana.
45. Go to a rave.
46. Write down my life story.
47. See Eastern Europe.
48. Walk across the Great Wall of China.
49. Climb a Mayan pyramid.
50. Go to Egypt.
51. Own a horse.
52. Visit Australia.
53. Feed a penguin.
54. Swing on a tire swing.
55. Become fluent in French. (Close enough.)
56. Learn Swedish.
57. Go to Austin City Limits.
58. Learn to cook.
59. Flush a toilet in the southern hemisphere.
60. Go to South by Southwest.
61. Ride a horse on the beach.
62. Figure out where I fit.
63. Have a picnic in a cemetery.
64. Experience the midnight sun in Scandinavia.
65. Ride the Staten Island Ferry.
66. Visit Salem.
67. Start a foundation for poor students.
68. See the John Lennon memorial in Central Park.
69. Go skiing.
70. Get a real job.
71. Go to a Star Wars convention.
72. Go to an anime convention.
73. Take massage therapy classes.
74. Teach kids how to read.
75. Visit Jamaica.
76. Drive on the Autobahn in Germany.
77. Visit Prince Hamlet's castle in Denmark.
78. Go on a really long camping trip.
79. Take a trip on a boat.
80. Go sailing.
81. Kiss on top of the Eiffel Tower.
82. See the Leaning Tower of Pisa.
83. Make love in another country.
84. See a Saints game at the Super Dome.
85. Go to a college football game.
86. See Niagara Falls.
87. Visit Kings Cross in London.
88. Go to Claude Monet's house.
89. See every Impressionist painting.
90. Visit Roswell.
91. Go behind the scenes at Sea World.
92. Go to the Shakespeare Festival in Omaha.
93. Go to the Renaissance Festival in Houston.
94. Have a pint at a pub in Ireland.
95. Do a public reading of my own fiction.
96. Master photography.
97. Visit the Greek Isles.
98. Learn to knit.
99. Go to Mexico for the Day of the Dead.
100. Go to Brazil for Carnival.
101. Find true happiness.
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Writer's Block: Categorically speaking ... [14 Mar 2010|10:05pm]
If the interior discussion in your head were indexed by category, what would the five most recurring subjects be?


1. The inner workings of other people's minds.
2. Writing; that is to say, topics I could write on, things I need to spell out on paper before I forget them, or just interesting turns of phrase I work out in my idle hours.
3. School work: what needs to be done, what has been done, what will need to be done.
4. My place in the universe.
5. Random observations about people/things around me. I notice the oddest things sometimes.
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Cupping a glass of absinthe, I peruse the internet. A meme is what I've found. [09 Mar 2010|08:53pm]
100 Books

Introduction: Have you read more than 6 of these books? The BBC believes most people will have read only 6 of the 100 books here. How do your reading habits stack up? Instructions: Copy this into your NOTES. Look at the list and put an 'x' after those you have read.

1 Pride and Prejudice - Jane Austen
2 The Lord of the Rings - JRR Tolkien x
3 Jane Eyre - Charlotte Bronte
4 Harry Potter series - JK Rowling x
5 To Kill a Mockingbird - Harper Lee x
6 The Bible
7 Wuthering Heights - Emily Bronte
8 Nineteen Eighty Four - George Orwell
9 His Dark Materials - Philip Pullman x
10 Great Expectations - Charles Dickens x
11 Little Women - Louisa M Alcott
12 Tess of the D’Urbervilles - Thomas Hardy
13 Catch 22 - Joseph Heller
14 Complete Works of Shakespeare x
15 Rebecca - Daphne Du Maurier
16 The Hobbit - JRR Tolkien x
17 Birdsong - Sebastian Faul
18 Catcher in the Rye - JD Salinger
19 The Time Traveler’s Wife - Audrey Niffenegger
20 Middlemarch - George Eliot
21 Gone With The Wind - Margaret Mitchell
22 The Great Gatsby - F Scott Fitzgerald x
23 Bleak House - Charles Dickens
24 War and Peace - Leo Tolstoy
25 The Hitch Hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy - Douglas Adams x
27 Crime and Punishment - Fyodor Dostoyevsky
28 Grapes of Wrath - John Steinbeck x
29 Alice in Wonderland - Lewis Carroll
30 The Wind in the Willows - Kenneth Grahame
31 Anna Karenina - Leo Tolstoy
32 David Copperfield - Charles Dickens
33 Chronicles of Narnia - CS Lewis x
34 Emma -Jane Austen
35 Persuasion - Jane Austen
36 The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe - CS Lewis x
37 The Kite Runner - Khaled Hosseini
38 Captain Corelli’s Mandolin - Louis De Bernieres
39 Memoirs of a Geisha - Arthur Golden x
40 Winnie the Pooh - AA Milne
41 Animal Farm - George Orwell
42 The Da Vinci Code - Dan Brown x
43 One Hundred Years of Solitude - Gabriel Garcia Marquez
44 A Prayer for Owen Meaney - John Irving
45 The Woman in White - Wilkie Collins
46 Anne of Green Gables - LM Montgomery
47 Far From The Madding Crowd - Thomas Hardy
48 The Handmaid’s Tale - Margaret Atwood
49 Lord of the Flies - William Golding x
50 Atonement - Ian McEwan
51 Life of Pi - Yann Martel
52 Dune - Frank Herbert x
53 Cold Comfort Farm
54 Sense and Sensibility - Jane Austen
55 A Suitable Boy - Vikram Seth
56 The Shadow of the Wind - Carlos Ruiz Zafon
57 A Tale Of Two Cities - Charles Dickens
58 Brave New World - Aldous Huxley x
59 The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night - Mark Haddon
60 Love In The Time Of Cholera - Gabriel Garcia Marquez
61 Of Mice and Men - John Steinbeck
62 Lolita - Vladimir Nabokov
63 The Secret History - Donna Tartt
64 The Lovely Bones - Alice Sebold
65 Count of Monte Cristo - Alexandre Dumas x
66 On The Road - Jack Kerouac
67 Jude the Obscure - Thomas Hardy
68 Bridget Jones’s Diary - Helen Fielding
69 Midnight’s Children - Salman Rushdie
70 Moby Dick - Herman Melville
71 Oliver Twist - Charles Dickens
72 Dracula - Bram Stoker
73 The Secret Garden - Frances Hodgson Burnett
74 Notes From A Small Island - Bill Bryson
75 Ulysses - James Joyce
76 The Inferno – Dante x
77 Swallows and Amazons - Arthur Ransome
78 Germinal - Emile Zola
79 Vanity Fair - William Makepeace Thackeray
80 Possession - AS Byatt
81 A Christmas Carol - Charles Dickens x
82 Cloud Atlas - David Mitchell
83 The Color Purple - Alice Walker
84 The Remains of the Day - Kazuo Ishiguro
85 Madame Bovary - Gustave Flaubert
86 A Fine Balance - Rohinton Mistry
87 Charlotte’s Web - EB White x
88 The Five People You Meet In Heaven - Mitch Albom
89 Adventures of Sherlock Holmes - Sir Arthur Conan Doyle x
90 The Faraway Tree Collection - Enid Blyton
91 Heart of Darkness - Joseph Conrad
92 The Little Prince - Antoine De Saint-Exupery
93 The Wasp Factory - Iain Banks
94Watership Down - Richard Adams
95 A Confederacy of Dunces - John Kennedy Toole x
96 A Town Like Alice - Nevil Shute
97 The Three Musketeers - Alexandre Dumas x
98 Hamlet - William Shakespeare x
99 Charlie and the Chocolate Factory - Roald Dahl x
100 Les Miserables - Victor Hugo
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Memeage stolen from Marielle [26 Feb 2010|09:12pm]
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A moment of "WTF?" brought to you by the line at McD today. [22 Feb 2010|05:53pm]
[ mood | aggravated ]

Me: *is waiting in line to order his ration of deep-fried, delicious death*
Some older guy: *waiting impatiently to the side*
Me: *gazes up at the menu, debating between a chicken sandwich and a filet-o-fish*
McD staff: *dragging because it's 3:30 and shift-change is at 4*
Older guy: *pissed off for no apparent reason* "This is why this country is going to hell."

Yes, sir, that is PRECISELY why this country is "going to hell" as you so elegantly put it. The rapidity with which your discounted senior coffee is presented to you has a direct correlation with not only the stock market, housing sector, and national budget deficit, it ALSO sets both the prime interest rate and governs unemployment figures.

All that complicated macro-economic mumbo-jumbo those academic types deal with has ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to do with "why this country is going to hell," but instead, it is entirely dictated by the level of service you receive at a given fast-food restaurant. I cannot believe we hadn't figured this out before. You are a fucking genius. Someone give this man a Nobel Prize.

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Because Janel did one so I felt like one too. [16 Oct 2009|07:14pm]
A nifty little exercise called a Johari Window

It's a pretty neat little thing that you can use to see how your view of yourself meshes with what other people think about and see in you.

Alternatively, there's this exercise which is the inverse of the Johari window, called the Nohari window, which categorizes faults rather than strengths.
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My fourth assignment for my memoir class [17 Sep 2009|03:01pm]
Thought I'd post this, since I was kind of satisfied with how this first half of an assignment turned out, which is a rare thing for me.

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The sun beams down on the parking lot as I walk from the overstuffed car to the elevator. While waiting for the doors to open, the scent of the sea drifts by on a lazy breeze. Entering the dim elevator, I press the number 4. I lean against the cold metal wall; the elevator smells of seashells and wet bodies, a scent that is inextricably linked both with the beach and my childhood. The floor indicator dings for the third time, and the doors slide open with a thunk. Hobbling across the breezeway, my heavy duffle bag thumps against my back as I fumble to withdraw the key from my pocket. Eventually I manage to pull the key from my pocket and unlock the door to the condominium.
The condo is much as I remember it as a child. I enter through the kitchen, and survey the C-shaped room. The counters are bare, save for a chrome toaster and an old, wooden breadbox. The doorless pantry is empty, a product of the condo’s large period of disuse between tenants. Shuffling into the first bedroom, my heavy bag drops onto one of the identical twin beds; I collapse onto the other in a heap, the stress of the past three days finally catching up to me. I succumb to the weariness, my last remembered vision that of the mid-morning sun slanting in through the wooden shutters on the window.

I awake in an unfamiliar place, to strange scents and odd surroundings. The slanting rays of the morning sun are long since departed, replaced instead with the dimness of early evening. Standing up, I arch my back and reach for the sky, despite the four floors between me and it. Having loosened the kinks from my extended nap, I walk back into the kitchen from my room, and from there into the living room where the rest of my family is gathered.
The light of early evening streams in through the rear sliding door, a brilliant golden red from the setting sun. My family is oblivious to it. All attention is focused on the 26 inch box set in the rattan entertainment center. Reports from the various news and weather stations stream in to our temporary accommodations; enough information to run a command center streams into the beige-colored room and washes over my parents and younger brother. I am the only one who sees the brilliant sunset retreating into the water’s edge past our fourth-floor balcony; I am also the only one that has accepted that our home is gone. Whether from youthful optimism in my brother’s case, or simple denial in my parents’, the others still hold out hope that perhaps it was spared, that the water didn’t actually make it into the house; they remained oblivious to their surroundings, caring only for some report of what is happening that meets with their preferred vision of reality.
I try to spark a conversation with them, but my conversation meets only shushing as a new reporter is brought in, to give the same lack of details as the five previous ones, this time with a slightly different accent. I turn away from them, walking back across the room from the sliding glass door.
I decide to go for a walk to the book store down the street. If I’m going to live here indefinitely, as it appears I will, I might as well have something to entertain myself with.
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School sucks. Not really, but I can't get motivated. [10 Sep 2009|02:34pm]
I don't know what it is lately, but I just can't seem to motivate myself to go to my Electronic Music History class. I mean, last class was a legitimate reason (little brother was sick, needed to watch him while parents were at work), but I just CANNOT get interested in this. I mean, it sounds like it'd be the best thing ever, but in actuality, I was not expecting to need to memorize the parts of an analog synthesizer. I mean, I understand that knowing the basis of how it works is helpful to understand how electronic music has evolved, but I just feel like there could be so much more to cover, if the guy teaching the class didn't approach it from an engineering standpoint.
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[13 Apr 2009|07:15pm]
Firstly: People who have been tagged must write their answers on their blog and replace any question that they dislike with a new, original question.

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I never thought I'd be that person, but... [12 Mar 2009|04:36pm]
[ mood | peeved ]

...I am. I've become an indignant smoker.

NOW, to set the stage, I must qualify this statement. I do not smoke cigarettes. I actually rather dislike them, as they're horribly addictive and have killed many in my family either directly or indirectly. This is not about what I am ranting, however.

Yesterday, in my Comparative Social Policy class, the topic of SCHIP, or the States' Children Health Insurance Plan was brought up, as well as the new funding source, the Federal tobacco tax. I have no problem paying this tax, as tobacco, much like alcohol, is bad for you in excess. Again, not what I rage about.

What I rage about is a girl in my class whom I rather respected. She's pre-med, accepted into med school, and doing her major in political science. However, she refuses to accept that pipe smoking is not nearly on the level of cigarette smoking as far as carcinogenicity. Despite me citing the various studies published in the British Medical Journal. Essentially, refuting facts and science with her own personal beliefs.

So, I guess I'm not an indignant smoker, but rather an indignant follower of science? I don't have a problem with her disliking smoking, I have a problem with her refuting facts without evidence.

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5 Things Meme [26 Feb 2009|12:02am]
Comment to this post and I will give you 5 subjects/things I associate you with. Then post this in your LJ and elaborate on the subjects given. Since I did this with two different people, I'm posting two sets of 5.
From Kate:

1. Blueberry pancakes. So, apparently I make good blueberry pancakes. This one time, Janel and I came up to spend the night at Kate's house the night after I went blueberry-picking at my boss's farm. I brought two pints of freshly-picked blueberries and made pancakes with them the following morning for breakfast. My only regret is I didn't know how to make a sauce with them, since syrup seemed like such a waste on them.

2. Cider. I don't really drink beer, so when it's available I'll drink cider, since it's of comparable alcohol content and comes in bottles that look like beer. Anyway, the first time I went up to Baton Rouge and met Kate's friends, her friend Riley had some Woodchuck pear cider, and he gave me a bottle to try. Since then, I've been hooked; stuff's like crack, man.

3. Soul Calibur IV. This is where I tell Kate she should learn to block. XD We played A LOT of Soul Calibur, along with the lots of beer/cider. Like 5-6 of us, constantly passing controllers around and getting our asses handed to us, or Kate/Scott/Brad/myself trying to beat the Tower of Souls thing.

4. Europe. Kate's my Euro-buddie. I think we're both hopelessly in love with Europe, despite it being horribly expensive for us to go see it. Instead, we reminisce about it and scheme about how best to get back there. Travel would be so much easier if I had money.

5. Photography. I take lots of pictures whenever I travel somewhere, and I think I tend to do pretty well at it. I've also tried doing people, but it seems that I do much better with landscapes, architecture, and plants than with living people.

And now for Janel's 5:

1. Knives. I own lots of pointy metal bits. I tend to have anywhere from 1 to 3 on me at any time, and I've been known to whip them out whenever necessary to open a package, screw down a bolt, or perform some other task for which they're designed. It's like being a walking tool box.

2: EVE. My great addiction, EVE-online. Being the political junkie I am, EVE thrills me not just because it's an MMO based around flying internet spaceships, but also the political powerplays that go on behind the scenes and drive the major powerblocs through the game.

3: lolcats. Another internet weakness of mine, I collect lolcats and spam them at people I know. Though I can appreciate the old standbys (I can has cheezburger?) I prefer more sophisticated and refined image macros; namely things I can hurl at the other side of a forum war.

4: Troy Denning (no, really). I fucking hate Troy Denning with the power of a thousand burning suns. He has ruined numerous story arcs in the Star Wars universe that I would've otherwise liked, as well as several Forgotten Realms titles. He seems to muck up every setting I grow very attached to.

5: Warhammer (40k). I used to play Warhammer 40,000, the sci-fi version of the tabletop classic Warhammer. I'm a massive Tau fanboy, and own something like 3000 points worth (a very large single army, since most fielded are either 1500 points or 2000 points). I still like to play, but have trouble finding time, as well as a place, to play. This was back before I played EVE, however, so I had a lot more free time to paint them than I do now.
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[23 Feb 2009|12:04am]
Street Fighter 4 is fucking retarded. I CANNOT make it through the arcade mode on EASY.

EASY.

I, A GAMER, CANNOT BEAT THIS ON FUCKING EASY.

/me turns in geek card, dejectedly enters world officially without a group of people to call his own

This comic basically explains how I feel, right now.
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101 Things to Do Before I Die, or, a Meme stolen from Kate (and modified by myself). [01 Feb 2009|01:18am]
1. Sell a book I wrote.
2. Backpack across Europe.
3. See the Northern Lights in Finland.
4. Build a snowman.
5. Go to New England in the autumn.
6. Visit William Shakespeare's house.
7. Actually publish a piece of fiction.
8. See the glassblowers in Venice.
9. Go to a hash bar in Amsterdam.
10. Go to Bonnaroo.
11. Go to Burning Man.
12. Go to WGT in Leipzig.
13. Take a road trip across the USA.
14. Visit the Redwood Forest.
15. Drink absinthe in Prague.
16. Visit a Buddhist temple in Tibet.
17. See Tokyo, Japan.
18. See a play on Broadway in NYC.
19. Take surfing lessons in New Zealand.
20. Have sex on a beach.
21. Learn to play a musical instrument.
22. Take sewing lessons.
23. Build my own dark room.
24. See the Amazon Rainforest.
25. Go on a safari.
26. See the migration of Humpback whales.
27. Snorkel in the Great Barrier Reef.
28. Drive a convertible.
29. Go rock climbing.
30. Kiss under a waterfall.
31. See a White Night in Russia.
32. Take a trip to Bali.
33. Go to the London Zoo.
34. See Depeche Mode live.
35. Ride a camel.
36. Go poacher hunting in Siberia.
37. See Stonehenge.
38. Visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
39. See a hockey game.
40. Go to the Super Bowl.
41. Finish School.
42. Join a Renaissance fair.
43. Go to the Rainbow Gathering.
44. Live somewhere besides Louisiana.
45. Go to a rave.
46. Write down my life story.
47. See Eastern Europe.
48. Walk across the Great Wall of China.
49. Climb a Mayan pyramid.
50. Go to Egypt.
51. Own a horse.
52. Visit Australia.
53. Feed a penguin.
54. Swing on a tire swing.
55. Become completely fluent in French.
56. Learn Swedish.
57. Go to Austin City Limits.
58. Learn to cook.
59. Flush a toilet in the southern hemisphere.
60. Go to South by Southwest.
61. Ride a horse on the beach.
62. Figure out where I fit.
63. Have a picnic in a cemetery.
64. Experience the midnight sun in Scandinavia.
65. Ride the Staten Island Ferry.
66. Visit Salem.
67. Start a foundation for poor students.
68. See the John Lennon memorial in Central Park.
69. Go skiing.
70. Get a real job.
71. Go to a Star Wars convention.
72. Go to an anime convention.
73. Take massage therapy classes.
74. Teach kids how to read.
75. Visit Jamaica.
76. Drive on the Autobahn in Germany.
77. Visit Prince Hamlet's castle in Denmark.
78. Go on a really long camping trip.
79. Take a trip on a boat.
80. Go sailing.
81. Kiss on top of the Eiffel Tower.
82. See the Leaning Tower of Pisa.
83. Make love in another country.
84. See a Saints game at the Super Dome.
85. Go to a college football game.
86. See Niagara Falls.
87. Visit Kings Cross in London.
88. Go to Claude Monet's house.
89. See every Impressionist painting.
90. Visit Roswell.
91. Go behind the scenes at Sea World.
92. Go to the Shakespeare Festival in Omaha.
93. Go to the Renaissance Festival in Houston.
94. Have a pint at a pub in Ireland.
95. Do a public reading of my own fiction.
96. Master photography.
97. Visit the Greek Isles.
98. Learn to knit.
99. Go to Mexico for the Day of the Dead.
100. Go to Brazil for Carnival.
101. Find true happiness.
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Stolen from Marielle [24 Jan 2009|11:52am]


Your result for The Steampunk Style Test...

The Gadgeteer

29% Elegant, 72% Technological, 23% Historical, 52% Adventurous and 20% Playful!

You are the Gadgeteer, the embodiment of steampunk technology. Ironically, many of the things that most define your style are probably too large to easily carry about, but given the opportunity you would prefer to be seen surrounded by boiler engines, gear-driven calculators, and incredible automata. Of all the steampunk fashion styles, you place the greatest emphasis on technological accessories, and you are the most likely to create elaborate gadgets that are as much a part of your outfit as your clothes. You probably have goggles, but unlike most people you consider them to be for more than decoration. Whereas most people might look odd carrying a satchel of tools around, for you they may well be essential. Above all, you remind everyone that what sets the genre apart from Victoriana is simply the level of technology.




Try our other Steampunk test here.


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Stolen from Whitney [15 Jan 2009|12:17pm]
This Is My Life, Rated
Life:
6.7
Mind:
6.7
Body:
5.7
Spirit:
6.8
Friends/Family:
4.1
Love:
2.1
Finance:
6.9
Take the Rate My Life Quiz


Wow. Remind me not to compare myself to Whitney, it only makes me look bad. :p
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A meme! It's all I seem to post lately. [09 Jan 2009|02:13am]
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Memeage! [19 Nov 2008|04:51pm]
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