I grew up in a time where being a geek labeled you as an outcast, and not the cool sort of outcast that made you look like some sort of misunderstood hero like it does in the comic books, but the kind that targeted you for wedgies and bloody noses. I've always been super weird, I never expected geek culture to become chic, but I guess we have The Big Bang Theory, IT Crowd, and The Guild to thank for that. At least I fit in better now, even though I'm still socially awkward as hell.|
I'm a Pokemon collector; I was trying to start an adults-only Pokemon League at one of the local gaming stores.
I own a PS3, but I'm more of a PC gamer. I gave up most of my consoles for emulators, so I usually play my console games on my gaming computer. One of my favorite consoles is the N64, and I have a couple of retrolink controllers set up on an emulator so my friends and I can play Goldeneye, Mario Kart, or SmashBros.
I'm an obsessive series watcher. When I find a show I like, I'll watch the entire thing in one sitting, if I can, then re-watch it and use it as background noise when I'm drawing, painting, or working on a paper for school.
I've almost completed my master-plan for survival in the impending Zombpocalypse, there are several holes in the plan, but it's nearing completion. I've also been working on an economic recovery plan for Mexico; I've played enough StarCraft that I'm bound to succeed, Mexicans are like the Zerg, right? (I'm not racist, I'm funny.)