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"Thanks for the arbitrary friending, and welcome to the ning, stranger!  :)"
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Rae Fuzzledalek replied to Rae Fuzzledalek's discussion Vancouver nerdfighters? in the group Northwestern Nerdfighters
"...I literally just moved back to the states, or I definitely would.  AGH.  But I can direct you to a couple of UBC Nerdfighters if you'd like!  :)"
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Louise Brodie replied to Rae Fuzzledalek's discussion Vancouver nerdfighters? in the group Northwestern Nerdfighters
"Hey, I just moved to Canada as well, also looking to meet new people (because you'd be amazed what moving countries does to your social life) and I got a school that's on the UBC campus (it's not part of UBC though, so you can't…"
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"That sucks.  I hate teachers like that.  It's easier if you can pin it down, but when you don't know you're just worried about it all the time.  I'm rooting for you (obviously) and hope for only the best.   Do…"
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"Pretty much, though.  I feel epic.  Even my misspellings are real creations! Well, yeah...except the trading places is kind of turning the story into a love triangle, and that was SO not supposed to be the focus. School's...ugh.…"
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"HeeHee... It's OK, I've seen way worse misspellings.  I just find it hysterical that it ended up being an actual creature that existed at one point.   Ah yes, rebellious characters.  I know how that is.  They're…"
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"TO INFINITY, AND BEYOND! Haha, I know.  That's so embarrassing, I can't believe I misspelled it that badly.  -_- It's still kind of in the same place, tbh.  The main thing that's changing is that the people I…"
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"And then?  THE MOON!  AND BEYOND! Ah...that makes much more sense.  Plesiosaur has much more a draw than that little lizard I found before.  You'd be the most majestic beast in the ocean...and then I'd be derping on…"
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"Truth.  The sky is only so high.  After that, you just have to look at the stratosphere. AHHHHHH I SPELLED IT WRONG I'M A HORRIBLE PERSON I meant a plesiosaur.  First grade me would be so ashamed.  It's kind of like a…"
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"That's true, you need to have goals to get to, eh? I have big dreams to become a triceratops...I'd be very pleased if that happened.  Even a stegosaurus would be great...just beat people with my tail of death!  Not going to lie,…"
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"You really are a pro.  You should get a medal.  It should be an Olympic sport!  Some form of commendation is required! Punk-Ass Meteor doesn't know what it was doing.  "You came to the wrong prehistoric planet,…"
Nov 23, 2012

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What Kind of Nerdfighter Are You?
The kind that avoids labels and is interested in everything due to an overabundance of curiosity.
About Me:
I like climbing trees, dancing when no music is playing, making odd noises, baking, and singing into hairbrush microphones. And just doing my own thing. I like that too. :)

I'm 20, Californian, an actor, and am currently writing, reading, stressing out, and procrastinating. w007.
Favorite Books, Movies, Music, and more
All things Shakespeare, e.e. cummings, Emily Dickinson, Robin McKinley, and so many books that I can't even begin to list them. There's a reason I'm a wordnerd. For movies and TV shows...Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, Doctor Who, Once Upon A Time, Big Bang Theory (science jokes...can't resist...), and Chuck.
As for music...EVERYTHING. Or almost everything. There are very few bands or styles of music that I actively dislike. Favorites would be The Beatles, Jack's Mannequin, Ingrid Michaelson, Bo Burnham, Matt Nathanson, Moosebutter, Train, Motion City Soundtrack, and most things Sondheim.
What's your favorite thing to put on your head?
Either a TARDIS headlight or a lampshade.
If you could do your happy dance with anyone who would it be with?
The Doctor. Or Fred Weasley. Or Charlie Dalton. Or Sirius Black. Or Flynn Rider. Or the Mad Hatter. (The original version. From the book.)
Website:
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When did you start watching the Vlogbrothers?
September, 2008
Make up your own DFTBA initialism!
Do forgive the bad assery!

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At 2:37pm on December 4, 2012, Nick said…

That sucks.  I hate teachers like that.  It's easier if you can pin it down, but when you don't know you're just worried about it all the time.  I'm rooting for you (obviously) and hope for only the best.  

Do you want my number?  Then if you ever feel too stressed you can call me and we can just talk about nothing for a while.  Or my skype?  I'm up for either, if you want.  (Hit me on tumblr/facebook if you want it).  

Life's not awful.  I'm chugging through at medium pace.  Had a few interviews for work, but I'm not sure how those went to be honest with you.  I don't "need" the job at the moment, but I would certainly prefer it these days.  I'm just...running on empty, creatively and it's starting to show in my writing, which upsets me.  I feel like getting out and doing something for a few hours in the week that wasn't random chores would do me some good, but I can't help but feel like I'm running out of juice these days.  Everything I write just comes out stale for some reason.  

At 7:05pm on November 28, 2012, Nick said…

HeeHee...

It's OK, I've seen way worse misspellings.  I just find it hysterical that it ended up being an actual creature that existed at one point.  

Ah yes, rebellious characters.  I know how that is.  They're like teenagers!  Darn characters with their rebellious attitudes.  Asshats and Nice Guys trading places isn't always a bad thing...it could make for interesting character development.  

So, how's school been treatin' ya?  Getting any easier now that you're getting close to the end of the semester?

At 8:29am on November 25, 2012, Nick said…

And then?  THE MOON!  AND BEYOND!

Ah...that makes much more sense.  Plesiosaur has much more a draw than that little lizard I found before.  You'd be the most majestic beast in the ocean...and then I'd be derping on land!  

I look forward to it.  Did anymore of the plot change while you were writing it?  Or are you still stuck?

At 12:49am on November 25, 2012, Nick said…

That's true, you need to have goals to get to, eh?

I have big dreams to become a triceratops...I'd be very pleased if that happened.  Even a stegosaurus would be great...just beat people with my tail of death!  Not going to lie, I had to go to google to see a plagiosaurus.  It looks adorable...but instinct says (just based on images) that it's probably poisonous or something.

That's fair.  You should totally do it in March!  I'd like to see it someday, in whatever form it ends up in.  There's no such thing as a bad first draft!  Remember, if you think it's perfect, you've done something wrong.

BLAAAAAAAAAARGGGHHHHHH INDEED!

At 9:14pm on November 23, 2012, Nick said…

You really are a pro.  You should get a medal.  It should be an Olympic sport!  Some form of commendation is required!

Punk-Ass Meteor doesn't know what it was doing.  "You came to the wrong prehistoric planet, punk!"  

I'd like to be a dinosaur.  Not even a scary one...just the derpiest triceratops there ever was.  Just zero support in the neck, so the head just flops around.  That'd be fun.  

That's OK, I've lost Nanowrimo a couple of times, but I like to keep things fast and loose with my Nanowrimo novels.  Really I just throw ideas down and laugh at how bad it is later.  

It's OK.  Fried brain is perfectly acceptable reason not to have a long, thought out response.  

At 7:43am on November 12, 2012, Nick said…

Wow, you got outta that sentence quick!  No periods or anything!  

The l-bomb is a tricky one.  That's a hard trap to get stuck in.  (I'm guilty of lighting one or two in my stories, no point in lying about that).

It's to your advantage to have a flight response!  Imagine how many more mammoths would be around if they hadn't fought the cavemen!  You think the dinosaurs wouldn't be around if they'd ran and hid from the meteor?  Nope, dinosaurs were just like 'Come on, punk-ass, Meteor!  What you got?  I ain't scared of you, Punk-Ass Space Junk!'  (Yeah...yelling at the meteor was the major downfall of the dinosaurs.  That's science in action!)

I've managed to coax the novel out of hiding a few times.  Yours sounds cool!  Even if it doesn't amount to much you'll have had some fun working with it!  

At 4:46pm on November 10, 2012, Nick said…

Weird execution is probably the best symptom High School writing can have.  I'd rather have weird execution than just straight up bad ideas.  

I love the gun rule in theatre.  Whenever I'm at a show and I see a gun, I think 'Somebody's gonna get shot'.  Sure enough, before the end of the play, someone bites the bullet (pun, totally intended).  I'm good at guessing who sometimes, but it's a hit and miss skill set.  

I hate sudden jumps.  Even snapping of firecrackers off screen spook me if it comes at the wrong time.  When I saw Hunger Games for the first time, I almost hit the person next to me I jumped so high at one point.

I'm working on a Modern Magician kind of story (very Harry Potter, but the rules are different and there's a much more direct take over the world ploy).  My main characters are two female magicians and a dog who used to be a male magician, so it's an interesting dynamic (there's lots of dog jokes as a result).  I've made some cool characters along the way, so if it doesn't work out, I can pull them from the graveyard and stitch him or her into another story.  Simple story, but something fun to work on and keep me working.  It started coming along pretty easily, but I'm starting to lose steam in the early days of the race (I'm gonna force it though, it'll happen if it wants to or not).  

At 9:47pm on November 7, 2012, Nick said…

I remember a few dreams (or parts of dreams), but usually nightmares are the only things that make any impact.  It does make sense.  I have a lot of trouble remembering dreams, especially the next morning.  

The Graveyard is a wonderland!  It's like an Island of Misfit ideas!  Most of my Nanowrimo stuff ends up there and a lot of my old, high-school fiction has taken up permanent residence.  

My friends and I had this huge discussion about what makes a good movie monster.  We decided in the end that the monsters you don't see are the scariest, because they could be anything.  Afraid of spiders?  Giant Spider Beast for you!  Afraid of birds?  Vicious Vulture Monsters all around!  

The psychological horrors are just awful.  Or anything where they primarily use the 'jump out from behind the character' scare tactic on the audience (I startle easily).  

Speaking of Nanowrimo (and drifting in a 'Not Horror Movie' direction), what's your novel for the month about?

At 8:38am on November 3, 2012, Nick said…

The fact that I'm afraid of clowns doesn't help.  

At 8:37am on November 3, 2012, Nick said…

Nightmares are the best.  They suck at the time, but they're great looking back on them when you see how useful they can be!  I love idea mining.  I have a file on my computer that's nothing but old, dead story concepts or character descriptions called 'The Graveyard'.  Whenever I need some inspiration, I go digging in the graveyard.  

I have a few agents I'm going to shoot for, but the Cussler is my backup con!  He's certainly got the success streak to back up the results!  

That sucks.  If it makes you feel better, I can't watch scary movies without at least two pillows to protect me from whatever is on the screen.  'IT' kept me awake for the entire night after watching it.  

 
 
 

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