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07 September 2005 @ 01:06 pm
Memes of Doom!  
Gacked from wisdomeagle:
Look at your LJ "interests" list. If you have less than 50 interests, pick every fifth one. If you have between 50 and 75 interests, pick every seventh one. If you have over 75 interests, pick every tenth one. If you have fewer than ten, pick all of 'em. List them on your LJ, and tell everyone exactly what it is about these things that interests you so much:


Astronomy: I've always been curious about our universe, more specifically the space around us whenever the sun disappears. Stars, moons, the planets that you have to strain your eyes to see...I've always been fascinated with the subject. Same with astrology, too.

Chris/Cathy: Flowers in the Attic. Incest. Brother and sister. First ever OTP without feeling an ounce of shame.

Draco Malfoy: C'mon, does this one really need an explanation? Alrighty then. Draco Malfoy was my second favorite character in the Harry Potter series (the first being Harry, of course.) Everyone will say that it was because of Tom Felton that made my liking for the character manifest itself which is semi-correct, but actually it's of Draco's characterization in the book series that enthralled me most. Draco had wanted to befriend Harry in the beginning, but once Harry declined this offer Draco had either gotten extremely offended that someone would dismiss a Malfoy or that the Famous Harry Potter had rejected him immediately. This also manifested itself for my love of Harry/Draco, as well. Draco isn't a horrible person, but he isn't necessarily a good person either. He's right there in the middle, stuck between reputation and obligations to his family. So, that is why Draco Malfoy is my secondary choice of a favorite character.

Firefly: Space Cowboys. Need I say more?

Harry/Draco: *glances above* Well, half of this was explained already, but this was my first pairing and OTP in the Potterverse. Still is, as a matter of fact. First introduced by keykook16 and taradiane, and has stuck with me ever since.

Joss Whedon: Brilliance shines in this man for creating the Buffyverse and the spinoff of the Angelverse, and then in the fabulous creation of the long-living Fireflyverse that is still going strong after it already being four years from its cancellation. We get the Big Damn Movie from the shot-down series, and hopefully more to come in the near future if all goes well. Plus! Joss is going to be doing Wonderwoman and possibly directing an episode of Veronica Mars if he and Rob Thomas get together. Overall, Joss Whedon is THE MAN and GOD all at once. I love him to gorram pieces.

Malcolm Reynolds: Seriously, who doesn't love our lovely Captain Tightpants? He's bitter, a tortured soul, sometimes cold but has a good heart, and he loves his crew. He is quite protective of them, and in that sense he considers them his family -- for they are his only family while sailing in the black of his sky. Besides Serenity, they are his salvation and doesn't want to see them hurt. Mal doesn't like traitors either (i.e. him knocking Jayne out after knowing that he'd planned on turning Simon and River to the Alliance for the money reward.) Mal may be bitter, but at least he knows what he's doing -- most of the time, anyway. He's a criminal, as they all are on that firefly vessel, but he's like the futuristic-figure of Robin Hood with a dash of Han Solo. And has a sense of humor like, whoa (but with Nathan Fillion, lacking in hilarity department would be blashphemy!) Love him.

Natasha Lyonne: Absolutely adore her. She's a fantastic actress, and I have seen the majority of her films. Including But I'm A Cheerleader, Slums of Beverly Hills and Freeway II: Confessions of a Trickbaby. Being the young actress that she is, it's devastating to learn everything she's going through at this point of her life, because she has an exquisite talent that shouldn't be wasted on.

Psychology: This is one of the fields I'm actually considering taking up as a major, either that or anthropology but it's still on the fence whether I'm going to do so or not. Psychology intrigues me because, out of all the fucked up people in our world you've got to wonder what's happening inside their brains when they're committing such things. I was watching an episode of Dr. Phil with my mother one day, and the topic centered around a father that just wasn't understanding that he has to be participate in his children's lives and not be the controlling and overpowering husband that is both emotionally and pyschologically damaging his family. And although Dr. Phil and a specialist was speaking to him about his problems, he just wasn't getting it. His teenage daughter was pregnant, he blamed her for that when he should've been a supporting father, he was yelling at his kids all the time and cursing at his wife; hot-tempered, he was. So I was sitting there, watching this man being the emotionless asshole that he was right there on national television, and I thought to myself, 'How in the hell can someone like that not comprehend what he's doing?' So, I began slowly researching psychological effects and consequences in human beings. Though I am definitely not an expert in this field quite yet, I am very intrigued and enthralled in the subject (especially with psychological disorders, and how our brains function.)

Sawai Miyuu: She is the Japanese actress that portrays Usagi/Sailor Moon in the Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon: Live Action television series that had aired in Japan not too long ago. I really liked her well-done portrayal of the character through personality and acting.

Swords: Dude, who doesn't love swords?

V.C. Andrews: After reading the Dollanganger series I was entranced with her spellbinding storylines and tormented female character, challenging them in the most twisted revealed dark secrets ever, and blossoming into mature young woman in the very end (if not having a tragic but bittersweet ending.) Though deceased, I have been enchanted since the first day I started reading her works. Still am, even though the ghostwriter's writing style lately isn't quite accurate to how it was before.

Wonderfalls: The best satire/comedic/fantasy series that FOX was idiotic to cancel after only four freaking episodes! Caroline Dhavernas (Jaye Tyler) plays the character perfectly and is stunning no matter what she does. If the series had continued it would've been spectacular to see what the speculation of God, being the inanimate objects, were to ask her to do next and what her mission would be. This was just a fantastic show with so many acting levels, and beautiful people starring and guest-starring in it, too.

I am, too, also surrendering to destiny with this next more obvious meme (as stolen yet again from wisdomeagle):

Ask Me Six Questions:
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No matter how random or pointless (or even, dare I say, embarrassing.)
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Jbeauty_awake on September 8th, 2005 11:48 pm (UTC)
If you could be any character in any verse who would you be and why?
Is there a significant other in your life?
What would you do if you met Joss?
Do you have a religion you believe in?
Toliet paper: over or under?
Do you believe in love?

*smiles*

Missed you.
Renéerogueslayer452 on September 9th, 2005 01:28 am (UTC)
1. Hmm, this is a toughy...I'd say Jaye Tyler from Wonderfalls. She's nearly almost like me, though without the inanimate objects talking to me. I am intelligent and smart in all of my college classes thus far, getting good grades, however where the employment field is concerned -- it bites. Jaye has this no-nonsense and don't-give-me-any-bullshit kind of girl, which I feel I can connect with. Plus, she has one kickass best friend. And if I could be her, I would actually try and listen thoroughly to the messages the inanimate objects are saying for me to do. Really. I'm not crazy! :)

2. No, no significant other in my life quite yet. I've been having crushes from afar, but that's just as far as I'm limiting myself to go for now. I haven't yet met someone that I could connect with intellectually and personally, and whom I could tolerate being around. I'm not entirely picky, I would just like a certain level of maturity while still able to have a sense of humor, which I still have yet to see around here.

3. What would I do if I met Joss? Probably get tongue-tied, then tackle him in this gigantic hug until someone has to pry me off. Then I would bow at his feet saying, "I am not worthy." And, hopefully, if he wasn't frightened away, I'd ask him some questions and for an autograph and pictures. :)

4. For me, I'm not a religious person and don't identify myself in a specific religious title (i.e. Christian, Catholic, etc.) However, I have been instilled with many qualities that all religions have in common -- morality, sense of right and wrong, and having that heart of humanity. I don't follow a specifics of guidelines to a religion, and I don't know if there really is a God as the Christian Bible states. But I do believe that there is something greater that we mere mortals don't know about because we aren't looking hard enough. Or we just are afraid to be proven wrong from these thousands of years of believing in one true religion.

So, I believe in the power of humanity. I believe that one day, humankind will learn from their blindness and ignorance and learn of acceptance and have peace upon Earth. But if I were to absolutely choose a religion I would say Buddhism would be my foremost closest one to what I believe in, spiritually. Otherwise, I am not committed fully to one specific religion.

5. Over.

6. Do I believe in love? Yes. Absolutely. I believe love and finding love is something that most people take for granted nowadays. Not just love in significant others, but love with friends, love with family....and love in general. Love is a precious thing, and sometimes it can go to waste so easily that one would have to blink and -- poof -- its gone. Love is undefined, in my opinion. Love could mean anything depending on the individual feeling it. But whatever it is, the person feeling it would have eternal happiness (even if that statement is of a psychological manner.)