It's about time I did something useful with Fictional.Com.
Over the past few years I've had this domain, I've often
talked about using it to do a zine, or to ridicule the
idiots who send email to me thinking fictional.com is
a nonexistent domain. So now, I've done something with
it. It's...well, I don't know what it is. I think it's handy
for me to look back and remember stuff I did, which makes it
sort of an online journal. If you don't like it, tough. I didn't make it
for you. That said, here's a bit about me.
is me, in my room, with my wonderful girlfriend Nicole
shooting me with the polaroid camera. I bought the camera with the original
intention of using it more than a handful of times, but like most gadgets in
the world, its usefulness was short lived and it wound up collecting dust
shortly after this picture was taken, never to be used again. Unless I dig it
out and use it again, but then, I'd have to update this web page, which is more
trouble than it's worth just to take an instant photo.
are the Snows. The little one is Baby Snow,
the medium one on my left shoulder is Mr. Snowman, and
the big guy on my right is Mr. Really Big Snowman. Nicole,
my girlfriend gifted with snowman communication talents, originally had Mr. Snowman, and
we thought he was so cool we adopted the other two. Mostly they just sleep and bug us for ice cream.
I know what you're thinking. That because I have friends who are small snowmen, that there's something
wrong with me. Well, I can assure you that I'm entirely aware the snows are not real people. Yes, really. I know
they're not real people. They're snowmen. Snowmen are different than people. They're smaller. And made of snow.
So you see, I do know the difference.
This is me and my girlfriend, Nicole. She's an amazing woman
-- funny, cute, kind. We met at work, which means I'm
basically living every guy's dream of dating the beautiful
receptionist. Apart from being wonderfully cute and my aformentioned comment regarding snowman communication talents, she's also
a kindhearted, genuinely good person. This is a very rare
thing, and a very precious gift. On an entirely unrelated onte, I currently attend Penninsula
Chinese Alliance Church, a small but enthusiastic group of believers
that Nicole has gifted with her musical talents.
I haven't said quite enough about myself, so I'll add a couple of details. I like all kinds of music, particularly
electronic/industrial and soundtracks. I play a lot of video games. I used to collect comic books, but I don't really do so
as much anymore. I have lots of toy robots. I try to floss. Sometimes, I write music. That's all you need to know for now.