shutitdown: taking one for the anecdote
Shutitdown was originally created in 1994, as a vehicle for nerding off and navel gazing.
I was born in New York City and raised in California. Then, I moved to New York. Then I moved to California. Then I moved to New York. Then I moved to California. Then I moved to Ireland for a while. Now I live in London.
Some things that I like: the internet, mainly, young adult lit, one psychological drama after another, disco, synthesizers, interesting uses of language, the good old days, living for the anecdote, taking 'em for the anecdote, my brother, animals that act like people, stressing out, networking socially, being a dickhead, memes, marginalized groups, little voices, intergalactic fm classix, horses with laser beams shooting out of their eyes, strings of life, wall decals, Child of Glass, feeling oppressed, moog sounds, the Dublin canal, reliving my glory days, freckles, mixes, tattoo removal, popular marches, new wave, masturbatory prose, banter, being a banter black hole, self-help, Nightmare on Elm Street 3: The Dream Warriors, Tokyo, synthpop, spouting theories, Oakland, getting my feelings hurt, arts and crafts, messing up my house and then cleaning it up again, goldfish with bugeyes, cantaloupe, abusing and being abused, writing, sad clowns, not being laid back, philias, whining, whinging, complaining, 19th Century English lit, Morrissey, inertia, flirting shamelessly, glitter art by Rene Garcia Jr., Zoe, cooking, procrastinating, dieting, sushi, documentation, legalese, consumerism, hedonism, JonBenet, throwing things away, breakfast, schadenfreude, polka dots, shapeless garments, cheese, italo disco, velvet paintings, hyphy, chickens as pets, lists, garlic, the way Americans say 'mango', shoegazing, paring down, frenetic lifestyles, modern design, Thai curry, trolling, self-obsession, cucumber, self-loathing, slang, Korean food, internets, teenage pop stars, blueberries, getting fat, New York, tv, travel, good times, getting retarded and making new friends.