My name's Nicole. I think i'm a lot more intelligent and articulate than I actually am and make a few too many observations, causing my social awkwardness to know no boundries. But i'm awesome!
Favorite Books, Movies, Music, and more
There are way too many to mention, so i'll list some of my favourite authors;
Alvin Halpern, Anne Rice, Chuck Klosterman, Clint Catalyst, David MacKenzie Wilson, Frank Wu, James Herbert, J. D. Salinger, Jenny Randles, John Green, John O'Farrell, Joseph Heller, Kristopher Reisz, Leo Tolstoy, Martin A. Lee, Martin Kantor, Rik Mayall, Ruth K. Westheimer, Seamus Heaney, Stephen Fry, Terry Pratchett, Trevor Baxendale
What's your favorite thing to put on your head?
If you could do your happy dance with anyone who would it be with?
Noah gnome, Daltreyness and the giant gummy bear
When did you start watching the Vlogbrothers?
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Eh, only parts of America are actually diverse. America is like a doughnut. There's a lot happening on the outside (like sprinkles, cream, glazed sugar), but in the middle there's nothing but air. The Midwest and the middle of America is just full of white people and woods. It's beautiful for the first ten minutes (wild life is cool and all) but then you realize it's ALL woods and no civilization.
But that's just my opinion. What's up with the UK?
Um---. Looking for Alaska by Jonathan Jacobson Green Naked by David Sedaris (HILARIOUS MEMOIRS) Cell by Stephen King (zombie stuff but greatly written) Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card (great sci-fi and it talks about the stoicism that humans want within war) Catcher in the Rye by JD Salinger (Watch some vlogbrothers to know more about this book) The Giver by Lois Lowry (Talks about why suffering is better than ignorance)
I loved "Looking for Alaska" as well! It was sad when Alaska died. I would vote for the parties just because if less awesome people vote then more decepticons get voted in like Tony Blair. I'm not a huge fan of Barack but that's just because he's just not my type. I like presidents like Truman who speak their mind and who are more methodical, but of course that seems to be lost. Truman was a great president (it's a shame I wasn't alive then to live it out).
What is your favorite three or so books?
Anyways, backing off from pol
Swine flu=regular flu. I researched swine flu and most of the people that were dying were uninsured and had crappy health in the first place. It looks like politicians love to solve problems via diversion. Politics sucks because no matter how much people argue about certain points, the world still stays still and no one really learns much.
By the way, I sat on perhaps the coolest chair ever today. It was twice my size, bright green, completely wooden, and it was surrounded by plants. My feet hung from the ground it was so big!
Your country censors stuff? Is the UK the new China? What year of college are you in? Fraiser is amazing. OH! On Youtube (the UK probably censors that too ;) along with the vlogbrothers.) there's a dude called Nowiamsix and go to his playlists. He has ALL the episodes of fraiser on there and he has them listed by season as well.
I forgot that nudity is actually allowed on European television. Yeah, America's more into reality shows so I watch Lost, Burn Notice, and Royal Pains and reruns of Fraiser. Are you allowed on Hulu.com? It's an amazing sight where they put television shows online. I guess I'm into Magyver-esque shows and then Fraiser (which is comedy). Sucks that Big Brother took over.
At school do you hang out primarily with girls or guys?
Glam rock is sort of music non-existent in the USA. Sorreh. I sort of like everything and I really REALLY mean everything. Some examples of this is: Andrea Bochelli (opera-esque italian music), Breathe Carolina (Techno/screamo), Depapepe (japanese acoustic duet), Tommy Emmanuel (Acoustic), DJ Deckstream (rap), Gavin DeGraw (pop), Joe Satriani (classic rock), Kamelot (power metal), and Nobuo Uematsu (classical).
Hm--new question: What sort of shows do you watch?
Since there's only about two hundred years of history, the history classes don't really have to focus on anything and can really sweep right through American history. I took a European history class in college and it was interesting to say the least. World War 2 was the major focus within the nineteen hundreds though (I know that it was in the mid twentieth century and there was more to Europe than just that War though.) I guess I don't know UK history.
By the way, can you show some of your photography on the ning other than the photos of yourself (which are beautiful none-the-less)?