"...Because he knew love once, and lost it, he sketched one map on his floor where he stood and one in the sky above, until he had drawn between them a world of mysteries and wonders, a world of things to love and of those in love. But when they put their hands towards him, he drew away; when he put his hands on them, they were cold and still. In his frustration, he tightened his grip to take satisfaction by force: a load shot to nowhere, a stranglehold on beauty, clenched fists battering down his creation, until there was nothing left but himself again." - Carl Gustav Horn, reviewing End of Evangelion
So uh, I'm 20, procrastinator extreme, lover of Evangelion, Mega Man, and other things. I'm a sophomore at Springfield Technical Community College. So yeah, this is my journal. Poke your nose about, I probably wont notice/care.