Joined 12 years ago from In your computer, stealing your internet.
"It’s so exciting! So exciting! So very exciting! There are still so many things I don't know about in this city! Even as I speak, something new is appearing, emerging, and something else is fading away. How can I leave a place where so many humans gather? HUMAN LOVE! I love humans! I love you all!"
- Izaya Orihara; Durarara!
I'm a nerd who loves all things Japan! I especially like Jrock and anime. I am largely a fiction writer, and always looking to expand my skills. Advice and input is always loved. Thanks for visiting my Hub!
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[ A quick note about followers: As a personal rule, I only follow people that I feel have great hubs. I also follow people who follow me. Although I do not always comment, I do read the hubs of the people I follow. ]
7 years ago
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