Sunday, May 01, 2005

80s Nostalgia

Courtesy of cool chic Jessica, currently struggling with her 80s nostalgia fixation, comes the Quizilla site. Go to her site to take the quiz
Which old school Nickelodeon show are you?

Here's my result:
You are CLARISSA EXPLAINS IT ALL. She is a rad
chick with absolutely no fashion sense. If you
are a guy and chose this... you are gay.

And you can stay here and take my quiz:

Are you a Vampire/Goth/Punk/Poser/Emo/ or just a plain PREP!?

My result:
Your PUNK! You have your own style, and the ruler
of your click. Love your converse, head
banging,and possible skateboard! Your my hero!

Yes. Yes, I am punk. And I love this person's punk spelling.


Andrew Ironwood said...

My result:

Your a Vampire! Maybe a tad goth...your obsessed with the night. Maybe Killing the living, Sucking the blood off the innocent. You my friend are the deadliest creature out there.

...gee, just because I have to Wear sunglasses to work, have skin nearly the color of copy paper, and Roam the interwebs at all hours of the Night, you gots to calls me a Vampire?...

( where's my dernded V8?...)

Andrew Ironwood said...

...oh, and to top it all off, I was Are You Afraid of the Dark on the nick quiz, too...

Jessica said...


Your Gothic... Maybe even a bit Vampyric... Your very sensitive, sometimes you can be outgoing in your own population. Your sometimes Lonely, but when your alone your much happier. If your suicidal, it's okay, because your the kewlest person I know!....well don't actually know you but yeah! Write me and Tell Me if you picked Napoleon or Ron!

I believe I would have been identified goth back in high school.. However, I don't wear the level of makeup typically associated with goths. Actually, I don't wear makeup at all, usually. Allergic to most of it. :)

I do have an urge to correct this kid's spelling before posting this to my blog, though.. Too many years of editing/proofing fanfic for people. :)

Kid Sis said...

Scary, LDH! Or should I say...your kewl!

Jessica, Nurse Sis read your earlier comment to Mom. We were all very pleased to hear about the newspaper being passed around open mic night! It feels like a connection to hear about people reading it for the first time so vividly that we feel like we were there. Thanks for your thoughts, and sharing your cool personality. I'm sorry you've gone through this, too. I lost my last three grandparents last year right after Mom went into remission, so I can certainly identify with you. I'm sure your grandma is proud of you.

What were your fanfic subjects? Do you run a site?

Jessica said...

Oooh, fanfic subjects. I've written fic for Star Wars, Star Trek, Stargate, I did a Gilmore Girls one once, couple Sailor Moon ones back in high school, and a few other fandoms I'm sure I'm forgetting. Mostly Star Wars and Star Trek, though.

I don't have any up on my website right now, though I keep saying I'm going to post some. The only thing I've put up there is an original short story I wrote four years ago for a class I took. I've got a novel-length original in progress, but I haven't looked at it in ages.

There was one point in time, before the days of majoring in Chemsitry, that I ran a "beta-reading" site for Star Trek with a friend. We called it the Muses' Sector, and it was hosted on Geocities. Thanks to the Internet Wayback Machine a few remnants of the site do exist. None of my work is in the archive, though.

Someday, and I say this all the time, I'll write more and start taking the risk of posting more again. Really, I have tons of stuff written, but 99.9% of it either sits in notebooks, on my computer, or on disks.

Oh, I thought you might enjoy this. It's not the best picture, but you can see the copy of the Reader sitting on one of the tables at the coffee shop we have the open mic at. :) It was one of the ones my dad sent out in his last newsletter, so I uploaded it for you.