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Author has written 4 stories for Medal of Honor, Godfather, Bleach, and Love Hina.
Location: Tacoma WA, USA
Age: Old enough to be of no interest to pedophiles
Occupation: College student / Wage slave / Freelance Contractor's assistant
Hobbies: playing games on my laptop, watching movies, playing with my pomeranian, and the company of good friends.
A little bit about myself: I am easily amused and like simplicity. I appreciate humor in all forms, yes even bad puns. I am down to earth and try to be polite and helpful when I can.
Favorite books: Dune series (a very complex and engaging series to say the least), We Were Soldiers Once . . . and Young (one of the most powerful books I have ever read, it also was part of my inspiration for writing Scars of Saigon), Discworld series (its overly complicated humor, complex analogies, and DEATH are what won me over).
Favorite movies: Apocalypse Now (the setting, the darkness, and the helicopter attack scene made it an instant favorite), Fullmetal Jacket (three words: Gunnery Sergent Hartman), Original Indiana Jones movies (the latest one wasn't too bad though)
Some of my favorite sayings:
"Don't screw up." - Personal mantra
"Don't dig your watering hole downstream from the outhouse." - Unknown
"If a woman tells you she's 20 and looks 16. . . she's 12. If a woman tells you she's 26 and looks 26. . . she's damn near 40." - Chris Rock
"I don't count success by how high a man climbs, but how high he bounces when he hits the bottom"-Gen. Patton
"In my many years I have come to a conclusion that one useless man is a shame, two is a law firm, and three or more is a congress." - John Adams
Please note, I update on an alternating basis.
Scars of Saigon: My longest project by far.
Uncivil Service: To put in a very descriptively: Love Hina was walking down a city street in the middle of the night. A Tom Clancy novel snuck up from behind and knocked it out before taking it into a back alley and (this portion of text has been censored by the FCC). Nine months later, this story was born.