my name is Meianoite!.....
I'm here as a tip-off from a very close friend (shhh, its a secret)
but i'm very glad to be apart of the family!
meh- i'm new to the anime thing although i've always sort of watched it (I saw "Full Metal Alchemist: Conquerer of Shambala" recently with this one special person & all of my friends love Naruto)
so, many apologies if i'm not hip to the lingo, or anything for that matter! lol....i'm such a noob.
I'm an aspiring (soon to be professional if i'm very lucky!) writer & i'm 22....
lol, once again, lovely to meet all of you. I'd be so glad to make this place my home
lol you all certainly are an interesting bunch....
but I appreciate that.
Its better to be interesting online then get strange looks like I do in public....
It sucks but if you're a loner you'll always manage...
Haggard: lol...I always loved hockey (especially in gym class although I was hardly active)....I think I like the hat tricks & the brawls (if we're talking ice hockey)...lol
please don't hate me now. but thats just some of hockey's attraction! By the way, thank you for the kind welcome!
lol, oh yes!
It runs deep in the family- well particularly with my sister.
She used to play field hockey, ice hockey, street hockey- shoot I was her little tag-a-long...lol
imagine! She used to like the Rangers particularly.
HOCKEY IS TOTALLY AWESOME....ohhhh thank you! Actually, its Edvard Munch! I'm literally one of his biggest fans!!
If you get the opportunity, definitely check out his work (namely his one oil painting, entitled the Vampire. I first saw it back in High School at the MET and I was so drawn in. He actually had an exhibition recently at the Philadelphia Museum of Art about his Mermaid series of paintings... His work is so great to me because he likes to cover the human situation as if he's watching it happening himself. His Lithographs are dreams....
you've seen his work, too? Truly beautiful innit?
besides that dreadful "Scream" one?
I only say that because thats all he's known for if for anything and his body of work entirely surpasses that one painting.
I'm sad he's known only as "that guy who did the scream"...sigh- effin mortals. lol