All about us.

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Amidala, Feb 23, 2004.


    Amidala glass hearted girl

    Jul 2, 2003
    This is just a little bit about us so we can get to know each other and see similar interests,
    Find out more about hobbies home life locations etc
    No one has to post anything its just simply an exercise to break the ice :D
    and what better place than introductions!:)
    basic profile info and a few notes
    so don't be shy,
    I'll go first

    Name: Ami/Jo
    Location:Manchester, England
    Hobbies:Reading,writing,collecting memobilia, and er yeah pot dolls from when i was younger *blush*,surfing the net
    Interests:Middle earth,Music,The tribe,forums, poetry,writing rpg, goes on and on
    website:N/A apart from here :D
    LJ/blog: am a bit of an elitest when it comes to full view LJ's but add me and I'll add you right back :) I just use it as extra security.
    Likes: Net, coffee, net,choccy,Net,the tribe Net ;) Opera and classical music
    dislikes:Meat(muwhaha),Humanity in general;), nasssssty people:mad: and rudeness no excuse for it,hackers eugh scum, and ya know most of humanity LOL
    Other notes:Me! I post too much, talk too much have too many opinions ;)
    general cynic but I am nice and I don't bite not usually and if you need helping out with anything in general Pm me...I get all excited when I get mail ;)
    and we're done!
    Jayaprakash Satyamurthy

    Jayaprakash Satyamurthy Knivesout no more

    Nov 11, 2003
    What be The Tribe?

    Let's see....

    My name, in most of its unexpurgated glory, (there are middle names too!!!) is Jayaprakash Satyamurthy!! Call me JP, Jay or even knivesout, it's much easier.

    I'm 26 (1977 born) and live in Bangalore, India. My brithday occurs onthe 7th of each July.

    I work as a web content writer and what they call an Information Architect:p .

    I am deeply into reading - largely sf/f but other odds and ends, too. Some favorite non-engre authors: Orwell, Martin Amis, John Banville, Italo Calvino, Umberto Eco. I also write on my own account, and hope to make something of it some day.

    Also quite into music. My tastes are broad. Oh, I play a bit of bass guitar too.

    My dislikes are varied and virtually all-encompassing.

    I am rather cynical and even a bit aloof at times, but quite approachable for all that. If you meet me in person, don't let the serial-killer eyes put you off! :rolleyes:

    There. Info-dump done!

    Amidala glass hearted girl

    Jul 2, 2003
    its a post apoocolyptic drama about all the adults dying off and kids have to fend for themselves its like lord of the flies I guess:)

    dwndrgn Fierce Vowelless One Staff Member

    Apr 25, 2003
    Name: April
    age: 35
    Location: Florida, USA
    Hobbies: Reading, movies, horseback riding, softball, bargain hunting, entering sweepstakes, painting, playing with clay and other artsy stuff
    Interests: Science, science fiction, fantasy, animals, nature, trivia, history
    website: N/A
    LJ/blog: N/A
    Likes: A little bit of everything - food, drink, animals, nice people, pretty clothes I don't have to buy or wear, any kind of mail (snail or otherwise), travel, history, mysteries
    dislikes: peas, mushrooms, lima beans and any seafood. Rude people, people who can't drive, people who use their youth as an excuse for poor behavior
    Other notes: I'm extremely boring in most situations. I miss playing softball on a regular basis. I've not kept my body in shape since moving to Florida and haven't the energy or the motivation to get back there. My best friends live 1,000 miles away :( and my car's name is Joan of Arc. I've got three dogs, three cats and two male humans to deal with on a daily basis :D, plus my mom also lives with me. That's about it, as I said, pretty boring :p.

    Amidala glass hearted girl

    Jul 2, 2003
    ;) :D muwhaha

    littlemissattitude Super Moderator

    Jun 30, 2003
    Name: Elaine
    age: 47
    Location: Central California, USA
    Hobbies: reading, watching films, counted cross-stitch
    Interests: writing, current events, anthropology/sociology, history, science, religion, law
    website: N/A
    LJ/blog: N/A
    Likes: honesty, creativity, good conversation, intelligence, music (most kinds, depending on my mood), good documentaries
    dislikes: people who are proud of being uneducated, arrogant people, people who are pushy and/or rude, eating fish, shopping, fake sports (wrestling, especially), bad drivers
    Other notes: Since it's election season here in the States, I find myself irritated more and more of the time, so if that irritation comes through in some of my posts, I apologize in advance.

    silvercloak enemy of honesty

    Feb 10, 2004
    Name: Stefan
    Location: Canada

    Hobbies:Reading, Skateboarding, Sleeping, Procrastinating, Music, Drawing
    Interests:Nine Inch Nails, Brody Dalle, Rancid, Che Guevara, Movies, TV
    Likes: Meat;) Salads, Punk, Rock, Pixies, Fantasy, Canada, Iceland, Marijuana:p :confused: , Books, Forums, Degrassi, Emo
    dislikes: George Bush Sr., George Bush Jr, the Winter blegh,
    Other notes: Just turned sixteen, just got the new Guy Kay book. Suburbs representin'

    McMurphy Apostate Against the Eloi

    Jan 4, 2004
    All About Spam Mail

    I filled out the spam mail below about a year ago when my account was being bombarded by surveys. I was in a bit of a sarcastic mood at the time.

    1.What is your name?
    *looks around until he sees an empty juice bottle* um...Vitamin Dole. *squints* what??? I am only 5% real fruit juice??! *throws self across the room*

    2. What are you thinking about at the moment?
    Must we really color coordinate our bathroom towels?

    3.What color pants are you wearing right now?
    *looks down* um, er....just boxers

    4.What song are you listening to right now?
    "Leader of Men" by Nickelback

    5.What are the last four digits of your phone:
    *fumbles through his wallet* ok, hold you want my phone number or my social security number first?

    6.What was the last thing you ate?
    *thinks* i ate a barbarcue chicken sandwich...but that was yesterday; I probably should eat again.

    7. Do you have a girlfriend/boyfriend:
    I only date cross-dressers, so the question confuses me.

    8.If you were a crayon, what color would you want to be?:
    Let's think about this question...what kind of evil fate would I be having if I was magically transformed into a crayon for the rest of time (or until I was left in the backseat window of a car), but then was maliciously asked to pick the color that I wanted to be?

    9.Where do you want to go on your honeymoon?:
    you know what? I can understand you asking for my phone number, but planning our honeymoon at this point of the relationship is just plain creepy.

    10.Who do you want to spend the rest of your life with?:
    *holds up his left hand with a dirty sock on it* With Mr. Crinkle!!! Say hello to the nice people, won't you? *crinkle, crinkle*

    11.Do you like snow, sun or rain?:
    I love rain

    12.How is the weather right now?:
    *looks outside and gets yelled at by the neighbors about not wearing any pants*

    13.Last person you talked to on the phone?:
    My pimp....he has just got plain mean after losing his right arm :(

    14.What's the first thing you notice about the opposite sex?:
    Their smile...wait, no---both sexes can smile. Their eyes...wait, no---both sexes have eyes. Their hair...wait, no---both have hair. Their breasts....wait, no----fat middle aged men have breasts. I guess I would have to say that I notice their female genitals first.

    15.Do u like the person that sent u this:
    You mean Lauren? Yeah, she is awsome

    16.Hi, How are you today?
    *glares* bugger off, sweet sixteen...

    17. Your fav.drink?(non-alcholic):
    Chocolate milk!!! whoa-hoo!!!!!!!!!!!!!! *coughs* er, don't really have a favorite......

    17.5: Fave alcoholic drink?
    *points* 17.5??? what the heck???!!! Does that make ANY sense?

    18.What makes you happy?
    cereal *stares vacantly*

    19 .Who's your best friend?

    20.What's the next cd you're gonna get?
    well, I am really looking forward to the new Rob Zombie album...

    Oct. 18, is not too late to put cards with money in the mail

    22.Hair color?
    hold on *runs and gropes through the garbage until he finds the wrapper* um, Purplesrousrex....hey! Thanks for asking me, by the way! I forgot to cut out the points.

    23.Eye color?
    blue crayons


    25.Do you wear contacts?
    Nope, i don't like shoving things into my eyes...what the hell is wrong with me???

    26.Siblings and their ages?:
    I want a pet monkey

    27.What school do you attend?
    I show up at the University of Minnesota campus from time to time....

    Yes, it is a nice number

    29 Ever won any special awards?
    Are you calling me stupid?

    30 what do you want to be when you grow up?
    Why, a fire man! or, or an astronaut!! *mumbles "dolt" under his breath*

    31.Fave music?
    rock please

    33.Fave movie?

    34.Fave day of the year?

    35.Fave month?
    October...the rest are just fillers

    36. Fave girl's perfume?
    I prefer if they bath

    37. Men's Cologne?
    [place right answer here]

    38. Do you dance?
    you mean, like, as a profession?

    39.Are you too shy to ask someone out?
    no need to

    40.Worst sickness you ever had?
    One time I ate a whole big bag of Reese's Pieces while watching the movie "Dude, Where is My Car?"---the combo almost killed me.

    Sorry, not as sexy as 28

    42.What is the stupidest thing you ever done?
    ah, all my stupid moments have a special place in my heart...I can't play favorites...

    43.Do you like scary or happy movies better?
    Scary, but then, because they are my preferred genre, they make me happy. That wasn't as good of a question as you orginally hoped it to be, was it?

    44.On the phone or in person?
    I am standing on neither.

    45.Summer or winter?
    you know there are FOUR seasons, right?

    46.Hugs or kisses?
    Oh, I take chocolate in any form I can get it in...

    47.If you could change one thing about yourself what would it be?
    Does ten toes really look normal to anyone? seriously, look at them some day...

    49.What did you think of this survey?
    you don't have much self-confidence..........................loser.

    50.Do you want your friends to write back?
    I am always happy to hear from friends

    51.Who is least likely to respond?
    You mean, like, in the whole world?

    52.Who is most likely to respond?

    riffraff New Member

    Feb 8, 2004
    Name: it's swedish, its long, and it means little tree. that's all you have to know.
    age: just turned 16 months
    Location: location
    Hobbies: net, rocky horror, raisins, karate, reading, doodling, making various things
    Interests: haven't I already answered this question?
    website: n/a
    LJ/blog: n/a
    Likes: Raisins, cheesybread, bread (of all different varieties), sci-fi, non LOTR spin off fantasy, mini lettuces
    dislikes:Meat- am a vegetarian, fish, those who reject the opportunity reading offers and instead reach for the remote contol, Seamus Heaney and all of his poems, Harry Potter,.....the list is endless but bush and blair are there multiple times
    Other notes: I'm generally antisocial, but only because there's no one where I live to socialise with. Oh, and I like raisins.

    Foxbat None The Wiser

    Jul 24, 2003
    Name: Ken
    Age: 42
    Location: Scotland
    Hobbies: Reading almost anything. Been writing short stories for about 20 years with a grand total of 11 published. Cycling. Playing the Blues. And I also have a taste for Opera. Also a lover of Shakespeare. Old films - particularly old sciFi and serials. A DVD and Laser Disc collection that is getting out of hand.
    Likes: Food, Wine and all things Russian (don't ask me why)
    Dislikes: Tea

    Other Notes: Realised at 16 years old that I was an atheist. Realised at 18 years old that I loved alcohol. Realised a few hours later what a hangover was.
    Jayaprakash Satyamurthy

    Jayaprakash Satyamurthy Knivesout no more

    Nov 11, 2003
    There's something we have in common! Although a friend describes me as a 'mystical atheist' whatever that is.

    I had my first hangover at 20, btw. Hurt like hell. :(

    Foxbat None The Wiser

    Jul 24, 2003
    I have always viewed Atheism as a faith in its own right - after all - I cannot prove the non-existance of God - all I have is my own own faith.

    I consider myself a reluctant atheist - I would prefer there was a God I just don't believe there is one. Perhaps a mystical atheist is something similar?

    Or perhaps I'm just being two faithed? :D (sorry. couldn't resist)
    Jayaprakash Satyamurthy

    Jayaprakash Satyamurthy Knivesout no more

    Nov 11, 2003
    Well, not quite. Although I do not believe in the literal truth of any religious deity, or in the notion of a conscious, interventionist supreme force, I do feel there is more to reality than can be weighed and measured scientifically - yet.

    However, I am a reluctant atheist, too - my lack of belief does not come from a cynical reaction, and I would like to be able to believe there is something to the consolations that faith gives so many people.

    Anyway, enough of this godless ramling! :p

    littlemissattitude Super Moderator

    Jun 30, 2003
    You'll have to come to my part of the world sometime, then, riffraff. Along about late August/early September, we've got raisins all over the place. In fact, the town of Selma, just down the road from where I live, claims to be the "Raisin Capital of the World". Unfortunately, I'm allergic to raisins (actually, grapes and anything made out of them), so I get horrible (well, more horrible than usual) allergies that time of year, when they're out drying.

    mzarynn Harper for Hire

    Feb 10, 2004
    Sorry to break up the posts about raisins and God, which I love both by the way, but I thought I might get around to posting my info.

    Name: Erinn

    Age: 24

    Location: Michigan

    Hobbies: Music: singing, piano, flute, guitar, various classroom instruments; Reading; Playstation 2- been working on Final Fantasy X; Computers; Dancing!; Collecting Faeries
    (I enjoy these next few but don't do them very often) Photography; Performing in Musical Shows; Softball- it's been years *sniff*

    Interests: Animals; Nature; Music; Mythology/Legends; People; Faeries

    Website: Used to... no reason to have one after college

    LJ/blog: <A href="" target=_blank>
    I've been putting thoughts about books I've read on my LJ, but I haven't posted anything since I've found this website. :)

    Likes: Music- I posted specifics under the "Music" thread; Movies; Books; Brian Froud art; Mashed Potatoes; Chocolate; Cats!; Animals in general; Being outside; Bodies of water; Snow Days; People; eh... I like a lot of things

    Dislikes: traffic; long lines; snotty fifth grade girls; fourth grade male show offs

    Other notes: I'm an elementary music teacher, which might explain some of the above text. I'm generally an optimist. Isn't that a requirement to teach elementary school?
    Jayaprakash Satyamurthy

    Jayaprakash Satyamurthy Knivesout no more

    Nov 11, 2003
    Wow! It must be amazing to be express yourself musically in so many ways! Do you find that actually teachig music is largely fulfilling or does it tend to reduce your enjoyment of music?

    mzarynn Harper for Hire

    Feb 10, 2004

    That's a good question. I’m having a hard time answering it. :) Teaching music does not reduce my enjoyment of music as a whole. I will always have my music. I still listen to music to unwind after a long day of teaching music.

    As far as teaching music being largely fulfilling, that is not really the case either. I enjoy experiencing music with the students, but I miss performing with other musicians. Teaching is not a challenge to my musicianship. It is a challenge to my teaching abilities. I grow in both areas through teaching, but gain much more as a teacher than as a musician. So, I guess to finally get around to answering your question… I need more than teaching music to fill my "musical needs," but it does not reduce my musical enjoyment in any way. :)
    Jayaprakash Satyamurthy

    Jayaprakash Satyamurthy Knivesout no more

    Nov 11, 2003
    Is it difficult finding other musicians to play with? I too have found that jamming or practising with other musicians is a lot more fulfilling and useful than the most strenuous solo practise regimen alone. I hope you find some like minded musicians to play with soon!

    mzarynn Harper for Hire

    Feb 10, 2004
    Thanks! It wasn't difficult to find musicians to play with where I used to live, but we moved at the beginning of this school year. I've been checking the local papers and such to find something. The closest ensemble I've come across is about an hour away. But distance may not matter if we get desperate enough. :) I've resorted to playing with my husband in his high school pep band. (He's the director, not a student. :D )

    Bones Ship's Doctor

    Jun 6, 2002
    Name: Peter
    age: 28
    Location: Portsmouth, England
    Hobbies: drawing, writing stories, computer art,
    Interests: The Roman Empire, sci-fi, transformers, computers,

    LJ/blog: n/a
    Likes: tea, drums, curry, er.. lots of stuff.
    dislikes: ignorant poeple/people who think there better than others

    Other notes: life is a b*tch, but you get over it :p

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