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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.
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Wii: My friend code is too long to remember
<p>While I was wandering idly about the office today I looked up at the big bookshelf near my desk and realized that since I don't face it (my desk faces the opposite direction), it's taken me until now to realize I have a lot of Chocobo.In fact, counting Rio's wonderful hat, Stella's Chocobo gift, and the three Chocobo that Ian sent Niero and I as a gift last Christmas wouldn't be so bad. The issue is that I have maybe ten more Chocobo at home scattered in various locations about the house. This does not even include all the Chocobo art given to me and all the games made by Square about them (which I own all of). I asked the Bastardino puppies what they thought. They ignored me.I mean, is there even a point where one can say "I have too many Chocobo"? is that like saying I own too many videogames? (We all know there is no such thing.) I've been to Chad's house on many an occasion, and he seems to suffer from a similar dolphin affliction. I think maybe I need to seek medical help.</p>