Let us have a chat, shall we?
What does one say when asked who you are? Lets start with my otaku personality since that is what we share in common the most. I’ve long considered myself the jack-of-all-trades. Best at nothing, good at everything(atleast in the world in which technology, math, and anime culture dominate). I have a fierce ambition, self confidence, and determination. This has spawned from my odd combination of having a god complex and an inferiority complex at the same time. Though, of course I like to sum this all up (including my other interests) into what has come to of been known amongst the anime blogging community as being “broken”.
I’m broken. I’m broken and I love every bit of it, which gave rise to my pure obsession. I search for that which will make me broken more, and I wish to break other people. So, the reason I made this blog is to keep a record of such things.
With a little push from a certain someone, I realized keeping a record of things is both important and fun. Such a thought has pushed me into small hobbies like film editing, writing, and collecting. It’s important to have something to look back on and be productive with your free time, so you can pass the things you did in life onto others. I suppose you could view what I say as being a bit materialistic, but being remembered for changing something is just about the only thing in culture/society that has value. Thus, when I participate in changing this world, I will leave that system in place. Not to say a family, having pointless fun, or just working the job isn’t meaningful, but billions of people die without being remembered when the next generation passes. Very few people know even who their own ancestors from 3-4 generations back are. We should all aspire to break the current norm and push the limits of our existence.
This is my answer, you are free to search for your own. But that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy other’s ways of life or points of view. Maybe, even if I don’t succeed, I can make an impact on the one who does succeed, and be important that way. Hopefully my thoughts can either initiate the change, bring on the change, or aspire the one who made the change. That is why I admire the supporting character. They are the ones who change the main character, the main way of life or the one with the most meaning. While I believe Orenji-kun is the greatest example as someone who lives the same way I do, but the best example of my above elaboration is Legato from Trigun. If you have seen it, I think you know what I’m talking about. If you haven’t seen it, I don’t think you watch enough anime to where you could enjoy my blog ^^;;
Anyway, for the boring stuff, I’m a ronin (the modern definition – a university student in transit), since I’m moving around alot right now and deciding where I want to stay and what degree I want to get. I have alot of credits in computer engineering, and mathematics. Calculus is a personal favorite. I’ve started to learn Japanese, but I’m still learning the Katakana/Hiragana. In the next few years I want to visit Japan/Germany/the UK/Canada/and other US States to determine where I want to live. The East coast of the USA isn’t cutting it for me.
Your time here is entirely up to you. There will be times I write about non-anime stuff. I also at times may at times complain of certain things, but when I write I try to keep in mind my audience and want to make the posts both fun to write and fun for people to read. I love reading feedback, and it will be the incentive that determines whether or not I keep writing. I hope we can all have a bit of fun with this.
*Also, if you’re looking for my list of favorite anime and what I’ve seen check out the my anime list link down on the bottom right. It’s not up to date (I’ll blog about an anime before I update it on there), but it has my favorites and the most memorable animes I have recorded.