Joined 4 years ago from Petaluma, CA
Hello, my is Nicholas Gard and I'm currently attending Electronics Technician "A" School in Petaluma, CA as a member of the United States Coast Guard. I graduated from Georgetown High School in May of 2017 and went to boot camp shortly afterward. I've played the french horn for 7 years and marched mellophone in high school. I read lots of old fantasy novels my favorites are The Dragonbone Chair and The Name of the Wind. I also play Super Smash Brothers Melee competitively and I'm very involved in the fighting game community in general. I joined Hubspace because I enjoy writing and I spend lots of time thinking so I decided id try to share things with others online. My opinions are my own but I will not be using profane language and I'll do my best to be open-minded and inoffensive while keeping my ideas intact. Please enjoy and feel free to discuss and criticize.
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