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Name: Not telling
Nationality: US OF A! BEST GODDAMNED COUNTRY IN THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD!
Political Party: Conservative
Hobbies: Writing, LARPing, reading, journaling, Shoe Shining, Exercise, Hanging out with my cousin, Occasionally having a drink with friends, Hiking, Fishing, Camping, Some games.
Favorite Shows: Arrow, The Flash, Smallville, Supernatural, RWBY, Kenichi the mightiest disciple, Doctor Who, Firefly, Game of Thrones, many more
Favorite movies: Indiana jones series, Star Wars Series, Warrior, Hercules, Sands of Iwo Jima, Fight Club, Bloodsport, Never Back Down, Undisputed III, The Fighter, Saving Private Ryan, Schindler's List, Amadeus, Avatar, Highlander, many more.
Pet peeves: Overinflated egos, people putting on enough perfume or cologne to kill a yak, Conspiracy theorists who don't understand basic science, and people who don't have hope for the future.
"I read history. I have a great deal of interest in my species. I KNOW we are capable of terrible things, but we are also capable of wonderful things as well. I see humanity, both the good and the bad, but you seem to only see the bad, or at least emphasize it far more than the good. You look through history and only notice the monsters and not the saints, the atrocities and not the wonders. You see all of humanity's collective evils and point to them as proof of our terrible nature, ignoring or dismissing our collective good. So yes, you are basing your humans off of human history, but only select parts, the darkest parts. I am not asking for a sugar-coated, overly sweet, perfect angels version of humanity. I am simply looking for a complete depiction of humanity. You said you do not want to lie about humanity, and yet by dismissing or ignoring all of the good in us that is exactly what you are doing." Humanist perspective on humanity
"Make America Great Again."
"Strength does not come from winning. Your struggles develop your strengths. When you go through hardships and decide not to surrender, that is strength." Arnold Schwarzenegger