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I'm a hyper kinda person. I love life and accept death. So if you ever held a gun to my head, I'd very happily say, "just do it, man! We all die!" I wanna see the world and all it has to offer. So don't mind me if I'm not on much, I'm out doing stuff. Also, I have three different websites that I run. Like I said, busy. XD but I like it that way!
RyukiStar4ever joined on Aug 30th, 2012, since that has made 4 posts that are still accessible today, 0 of which are threads. Helping shape the community, RyukiStar4ever has given 5 upvotes, and was last online on Aug 17th, 2013.
I'm always listening to Love is War by Hatsune Miku. I love all it's versions. But I'll only post one here:
I actually did an impression of Light Yagami's laugh, but my sister deleted it off of YouTube. We have some voice acting on YouTube as the DemDemDairies. But she prefers to cosplay. I prefer voice acting. Now if only she would take the time to make animations. I have no clue how to do it, but she went to college for it!
I am currently reading the Shannara series by Terry Brooks. It's an older series, but it is still awesome. The first book is 749 pages and the print is about a 10 font size. The characters are lovable, hate able, will make you laugh, make you cry, and the author sure knows how to use imagery. The details make the books beautiful! The plot is even wonderful. I recommend these books to anyone who can stomach fantasy war books, adventure, and a hint of romance with a dash of sorrow. And plot twists. Oh and also, be warned, the first book has a three page history lesson you need to get through to a) understand the book and b) get to the good stuff. :)
In the first years of my life (which is more than half of it) my mother and father only let me listen to country and classic rock. I got bored of music for the longest time and even few into depression. Then I heard Simple Plan's Welcome to my life. It changed my world. I was on the verge of suicide befor I heard that song, but that song gave my life meaning. It showed me that I wasn't alone and that other people out there were going through the same thing. Now I love music again and I love my life ever since that day.
May the music never die. I went form no love for music and my life to love for all music and my life.