“I'm pretty typical really. I listen to metal music in any form it might be forged, yet I don't mosh. No, too slim and fragile for that...I choose to clap and cheer at concerts. No sense wasting upwards of 60 bucks on a ticket just to get my ass broken in a circle pit. I'm honest with myself and others 99% of my day, I laugh at pain and suffering on tv but I mourn it when it's actually real, I take responsibility for everything I do no matter how embarrassing or shameful, I love admitting when I'm wrong...um, what else...I believe videogames (depending on the ones) can be just as interesting and powerful as reading a book (and before you judge, I've done plenty of both, so I know what I'm talking about), I believe choices should always be well thought out, stuck to once they're made and only after a while if they end up being wrong should they be changed. I believe modifying your own persona simply to fit into a group is a silly way to live, and yet with all these stern beliefs and hardcore convictions, I always try to have fun and stay optimistic and do the right thing...granted, that may sound cliche, but if you do it right and stick to it, it stops being a cliche and becomes a way to live.
Beats workstations. PlayStation 2 aficionados gravitate towards Sony's ubiquitous console for their gaming entertainment. And why shouldn't they? You got some kind of a problem with the PS2?!