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Here is a list of things you should know about me:
I'm a female game/toy blogger living in New Orleans.
The NES is my favorite system of all time, closely followed by the PS2.
My DS is more or less glued to my person.
I can't resist playing Contra. Ever.
I think toys are the best solution to not wanting to grow up, and I have an always-growing collection of them, which is why I started Tomopop.
I require sushi for living.
I'm hopelessly addicted to Japanese dramas and skinny Japanese boys with awful hair.
I love wandering around used bookstores for hours.
I think about throwing rocks at people a lot.
I replay The Legend of Zelda about 5 times a year.
I read a lot.
I can't live without music.
This Pedro guy is pretty good.
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And these RetroforceGo! people aren't so bad.
Actually, the people I work with are pretty freaking awesome in general.
Sometimes I put on costumes, too.
Come find me on:
Wii: My friend code is too long to remember
[img]http://bulk2.destructoid.com/ul/102283-pax-2008-mad-community-love-and-why-i-fail-at-socializing/PAX08 017-noscale.jpg[/img] I had a rocking time at PAX, as usual, but unfortunately I contracted Con SARS on day two and spent more time than I would have liked ferverishly tossing and turning in my hotel bed. I wanted to post here and let all of you know that it was a huge thrill to meet you, and know that shaking the hands of the people that make this community the amazing family that it is is a humbling experience in more ways than I am able to describe. Much love to all of you and I hope the next time I see any of you, I won't be all germy and gross. <3 <3 <3 <3 <3