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About Me:I AM A DISABLED 36 YEAR-OLD MAN LIVING WITH THE EFFECTS OF A "TRAUMATIC BRAIN-INJURY" I SUFFERED AT THE AGE OF 16. MY HOSPITAL DISCHARGE PAPERS ARE AT DYLANSBRAININJURY.COM, IN CASE YOU WANT PROOF.
Activities:it seems to me that half the "newsworthy" people alive today are the ones whose minds have been affected by a violent blow to the head. i would like to express my opinions relating to everything i have seen in the news, from the "african embarrassment" in the white house (barack obama) to masculivoids (gay "men") to gender-dysfunction (chastity bono) to the bloody vagina who maintains that female soldiers can do "anything a man can do" as if spc. kirsten fike of the coast guard was "man enough" not to die from heat-exhaustion on the arizona border.
Beliefs:and then we have "lady gaga" doing her interpretation of milli vanilli's "blame it on the rain," called "born this way". i wish it was that easy, i wish there was no justifiable reason for my infatuation with masculinity - then i would not be reminded of my childhood locker-room miseries/insufficiencies with every set of hairy armpits i see at bally's fitness. if there was no justifiable reason for my reverence of masculinity, i'd still be as strong as a woman - meaning that i would not have built myself up to be as strong as a man if i wasn't always tired of seeing the man of my dreams in somebody else. to take a quote from one of the screenplays i have written, "if you wanna believe there's nothing detrimental to a masculine soul about finding security, fulfillment and something excitably taboo in another one, it's your loss". to take a quote from my late teen years, "if you're happy and you know it, be your man".
Books:stephen king
Movies:american pies/reunion
Quotes:if you wanna believe there's nothing detrimental to a masculine soul about finding security, fulfillment and something excitably taboo in another one...it's your loss. - www.masculivoids.com
College:
Emory University, Undergraduate Class of 2008
Atlanta, Georgia, United States
High School:
Cleveland Heights High School, Class of 2004
Cleveland, Ohio, United States
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