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pardon my dust. i'm turning it into glitter.

Hi, I'm Chris. If you subscribe to the MBTI, I'm an INFJ. I put myself through school for a seemingly useless English/Creative Writing degree, but writing is my passion and that's what I want to do when I grow up. Still figuring out what comes next, and pretty much everything else, so I'm feeling kinda adventurous. And yes, that's exactly how my OkCupid profile starts out. Why mess with a good thing, eh?

The site's a work in progress. I'll be adding content over time, and hopefully eventually it'll evolve into something halfway interesting. I'm glad you're still reading, though. Usually by this point I have to show a little skin to keep 'em interested.

It's Hip To Be Square?

       Ahh, the first post on my very own website. I feel so grown-up now. Except it's hosted by Squarespace and the "favicon" displaying in my browser reminds me so very much of an obsidian block on Minecraft. It's kind of awesome. And now you all know that I'm that kind of nerd. Perhaps I shouldn't mention that I heard of this particular web-hosting service on NPR... that would just add a whole new layer of geek.

       So I guess I'm still trying to figure out what I want this site to be. Sorry, I don't have any YouTube videos of my masturbating neighbors to launch a blogging career. Not to hate on Davey, I'm really quite a fan. Plus the guy has some amazing tits. And I just lost my train of thought.

       ...Yes, this is what my first post is devolving into: Minecraft and Manboobs. I had such lofty dreams for it. Alas, I never knew them. I'm glad to be here, though. Eventually I'd like to post bits of what I write (other than my rambling blog posts, I mean). Assuming I ever write anything. Because I still want to be a writer when I grow up. Never mind the fact that I'm about to turn 30. Yes, I think I'm about to have a mid-life crisis. And I just got over the quarter-life one. Damn, I move fast.

       So... hello. Welcome. Let's see where this goes, shall we? 

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