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About VitM

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  • Birthday 04/04/1976

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  1. VitM

    Getting to Know You, May 2018

    While there would be a strong temptation to visit various times and places in the past, I would choose to live maybe 200-ish years in the future. 1. If I find myself in an post-apocalyptic wasteland (and we assume it doesn't kill me) I can spend my week trying to figure out what happened and/or having the greatest Fallout LARP experience outside of visiting Russia. I come back with as much specific future knowledge as I can and maybe try to ward off the end of days. 2. If society isn't a smoking crater, but is instead 1984 set in 2284, then I return with a memorized a copy of the Idiots Guide to Our Glorious Regime, some invasive future tech thought-crime surveillance equipment, and a loose plan for regime change. Viva la pre-revolucion! 3. If I get there and it's Fully Automated Luxury Gay Space Communism, then I'm not coming back.
  2. VitM

    Getting to Know You, May 2018

    Exercise or home improvement.
  3. VitM

    Getting to Know You, May 2018

    No and no.
  4. I don't understand the question. Like, what are the parameters of this "frozen" time? Is this a once in a lifetime thing, or do we have the ability to do it repeatedly? Can/do you interact with people or stuff in this frozen hour? Can you unfreeze people to join you? The way I'm reading this question currently is, "what would you do with 1 extra hour in your lifespan"; and my answer to that is "probably nothing special."
  5. I don't know if the limit is a discrete number, but I have way too many shoes regardless. And yet, somehow, still don't have a "proper" shoe for every occasion.
  6. Combined, 20+ years of Shotokan, Muay Thai, and wrestling. Though I have been a giant slug and done none of that in the past 3 years.
  7. Succubi.
  8. Done since late February/early March.
  9. Nope! My housemates have 2 black and white cats, which is the closest I've been to owning a black cat.
  10. I think I got it. I was sick for about 6 days, which is the longest I've been sick in decades. Overall, it wasn't terrible though. I spent a lot of time sleeping.
  11. In the last 3-4 months I've lost about 20 lbs, repainted a few rooms in my house, and bought a new truck.
  12. I don't know that I'm well-equipped for any of those positions.
  13. VitM

    Happy Birthday Vitm !

    Thanks y'all.
  14. What, exactly, has prompted the observance of Easter in the last few years? It went from a holiday that was largely ignored by the secular world to one that shuts things down inconveniently like they're Chick Fil-A and crowds the roadways for sunrise services when you're trying to get home in the wee hours. This was the one holiday I was super-excited to be done with when I stopped being Catholic 20-odd years ago, and here it is bothering me again.
  15. VitM

    Getting to Know You, Mar 2018

    I drive almost every day. I just got a new (to me) truck in Feb and it's my first automatic transmission vehicle. I was 16 when I learned to drive, and that was a combination of my dad teaching me and Driver's Ed in the summer between 11th and 12th grade. I don't know if I have any particularly noteworthy, or humorous in the retelling, stories about driving.
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