User:Splintersnake0

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“He's a man. A manly man. A manly man for the new manlenium!”
~ Oscar Wilde on Splintersnake0

“Who the fuck is this Oscar Wilde joker? Is he dead?”
~ Splintersnake0 on Wilde

Let's just call me Joe. Yeah, that'll work.

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This user is left-handed.
In Latin they would be sinister.
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edit Better than Myspace?

No, this user page isn't very informative. And I really don't feel like writing the same crap twice, so I'll copypaste.

You know me as Joe. Any information beyond that usually proves superfluous. But to say nothing beyond that would defeat the purpose of this article. I am a quiet, reserved person. This puts off many people, who take my silence as a sign of either hostility or snobishness. I am neither. I actively enjoy video games, and am currently looking forward to the release of Assassin's Creed. I am many things, and most people do not understand many of these things. The egocentric society in which we were brought up in teaches us to fear and reject what we do not understand. It is of no consequence to me; I would not want to associate with such an ignorant person.

I'd like to meet people that actively devalue stereotypes. People that accept others instead of asserting their alleged superiority over them. People that think for themselves instead of letting others tell them what to think, what to believe.

Yay for Assassin's Creed!

I am interested in the study of life, and my position outside most social circles allow me to observe real human behavior. My hobbies include gaming, practicing le parkour as a traceur, playing Risk with some select friends, and exploring my town.

The Assassin's Creed

Nothing is true. Everything is permissable.

Strike without mercy, for you will be shown no mercy for failure.

Accomplish your task in the most efficient way possible.

Your survival is based on your knowledge, and your strength.

Every task must be accomplished as if it was your last.

Emotion will cloud your judgment and lead you to failure.

Know your limits, and strive to exceed them.

A single misstep will lead to failure.

Know the failures of the past, to prevent these failures again.

Ethical and moral boundaries do not apply.

Nothing is true. Everything is permissable.

You can leave now.

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