The 20th Century's greatest offspring, and one of the many loves of my life.
Having a younger father who wasted many a penny on the arcade joints, my destiny was bound to include the magic of interactive technology in some way.
One day, when I was the ripe age of 7, a violent earth quake separated my creators to opposite sides of my world. Life was hectic, and the traveling was rough. I needed to find a midground, a haven of sorts to root myself to. My great grandmother provided me the tools and the training to explore brand new lands full of interesting discoveries and exciting adventure.
The tools: An Nintendo Entertainment System and the dusty stacks of games loved dearly by a veteran gamer.
The training: Intensive backseat nagging of secrets missed, weakspots gone unnoticed, and button combos that became a second language.
3 years is all I had. My master had perished, and I vowed to continue the legacy that I was left with.
Gaming was a part of my soul.
Fast forward to present day:
Currently, I am a buss boy at a sushi restaurant in the great port city of Seattle, where I make WAAAY too much money for what I do. I spend most of it on my number one hobby: Video Games, which i continue to enjoy greatly to this day. I'm only a few months from my 21st birthday and I don't have a lick of college education to back me up in an interview. My decision of what to do with my life still lies unanswered, and will probably remain that way until I find my calling.
It could very well have something to do with video games, I would love that...
However, it could also have something to do with writing, drawing, acting, managing, cooking, designing, or any other number of things that I know I can do and enjoy doing.
My path is unknown to me, but when I do know, you guys will know, for whatever it is, I will be famous for it. No question.
So in the meantime, I am here, on this grand website that is heavily based around its community, bringing everyone together to discuss a subject that is widely received in positive ways.
I am here to share my love of playing the video games, my love of online wit, my love of intelligent arguments, and my love of telling noobs to GTFO with those of you with similar passions.
I intend to meet some great people here, and can only wish that me and my contributions will help in the growth of this fine social experiment.
Thank you for having me,
- The Capm