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Author has written 57 stories for Hairspray, iCarly, Sound of Music, Glee, and Easy A.
(formerly Deathrace4000; also formerly known as MidnightCowboy; however, if you knew me well before I changed my name, I will still allow you to call me Deathrace or MC!)
My profile is always under construction; if there's something that I want to add, I'll add it. It's sort of like a place to share with others things that I find awesome.
My dream in life is to become the next Neil Simon; if I could do that, I would be a happy guy!
Authors: Stephen King, Donald E. Westlake, Dave Barry, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Ira Levin, O. Henry, Jack London, Raymond Carver, Louis L'amour, Edward Abbey, Neil Simon (I have wide-ranging tastes)
Music: Beach Boys, Beatles, Michael Buble (sans little mark above the e), Rolling Stones, John Mellencamp, anything written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David
Movies: Sunset Blvd., Hud, Jaws, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, Hairspray, Rocky, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Misery, The Sound of Music, Man of La Mancha, The Odd Couple, Pillow Talk
As may or may not be obvious, I've done some heavy housecleaning. Everything that had no hope of ever being finished has been deleted. I have two big projects that I'm going to be working on, and I can now devote all my attentions to those now without feeling too guilty.
In my stories, my characters live in a kind of dreamworld, a world of dance halls perched over the beach, classic TV shows all night, the exact song you want to hear always on the radio, and so on. My stories may be a little anachronistic, but I don't really care all that much.
I just changed my avatar for the first time in a long, long, long time; it's from the Burt Lancaster movie The Swimmer, which is AMAZING and it really makes you think.
Here's the trailer for The Swimmer:
I love theater and Broadway, so here's a list of shows I need to see on Broadway before I die:
Hairspray (of course)
Man of La Mancha
Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean
Promises, Promises (I'm aware this is on revival on Broadway right now; I so badly wish I could go!)
Any play by David Mamet
I Ought to be in Pictures
The Odd Couple
Barefoot in the Park
The Sound of Music
Most of the above are musicals; I love that happy feeling a musical always gives you, and nothing is like seeing one live, on a night on the town!
My response to the question: "What is your perfect date?"
A nice dinner at a fancy resturant, a Broadway show (preferably a musical), and a walk through the park. If that sounds good to you, call me (I'm a guy, btw :)
PLEASE READ WHAT'S UNDER THIS!!
I am the girl kicked out of her home because I confided in my mother that I am a lesbian.
Re-post this if you believe homophobia is wrong. Please do your part to end it
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