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"Kicking ass, taking names, and lookin damn fine if I do say so myself" ~Is this a quote from somewhere? I don't remember.

I listen to a wide range of music with a heavy preference for Hard Rock and Heavy Metal. So far, Country is the only genre that I just can't seem to find appealing to my ears. I just can't seem to find anything that appeals to me in that genre. Primarily, I listen to Three Days Grace, Linkin Park, Disturbed, Skillet. But I also like to listen to Lindsey Stirling, Peter Hollens, and a great many of Video Game Music creators such as JT Music or NerdOut!.

The only actual series I have every read every book of is the Ranger's Apprentice. But I find myself enjoying the Throne of Glass series, and Paladin Prophecy series as well. As you can tell, a lot of them are fantasy of some kind, and Throne of Glass has splashes of romance involved. And though I have seen the Harry Potter Movies, I haven't actually read the books, something I plan to rectify someday.

The consoles I grew up with was the Xbox and the Gameboy. I also vaguely remember having an Atari. But the former were the one I grew up with, and as such, primarily play on. Though I hold no discrimination towards Playstation, they have plenty of game that I enjoy playing as well over on their platform. Bloodborne, and Horizon Zero Dawn being two of them. Though, I absolutely refuse to play Rainbow Six Siege on Xbox anymore, the community has only gotten worse over time and I have found myself assimilated over to Siege for the PC. The only game I can say I flat out don't like is Fortnite, my experience with that game, no matter the console, was nothing but rage messages, and accusations of hacking, and I just found myself drifting away to other Battle Royales, such as PUBG or the new Ring of Elysium game on PC.

I haven't watched a lot compared to probably a lot of people, as most of my time was spent gaming. Hell, I don't even watch a lot of movies. The most recent release I remember actually going out to see was Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry. But so far, I have thoroughly enjoyed what I have seen. Thankfully, I have a younger brother who is in much more deeply than I am who can point me in the direction of some should I run my current list dry.


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