I can’t say for sure what you’re thinking, humans being the erratic bipedal nightmares that we are, but I’m going to take a guess. Somewhere along the line, someone’s going to read this blog o’mine and think, or say, or type to a friend, “Who the *expletive redacted* is this guy? Who does he think he is, starting a blog and expecting people to notice he exists?!” Now, just in case someone takes offense to that, let me tell you a few things about myself. This way you’ll get all the important insults right.
I am Cullen Edward McCurdy- one of several in the U.S., actually. Depending on your stance on Twilight, you may now emit some form of schadenfreude-fueled “poor bastard” comment or use this information to belittle me. I do have Asperger’s Syndrome, which I think affected me less than it did others’ perceptions of me. I was born July 3rd, 1992 at an undisclosed hour and location, by which I mean that I never asked what hospital.
In between dealing with temper issues and the pressures of working through college, I play PC games. That doesn’t mean I hate Macs or think the Xbox brought about the downfall of gaming, it just means that I sometimes spend more time fiddling with a game’s variables than I do actually playing it. When I’m not gaming or shirking my duties as a student, I’m writing. Or asleep. I do sleep, just not as much as I should. But back to the writing part.
I started writing at six years old, which is the only time I got an award for it. Then again, it’s the only time I was brave enough to enter my writing alongside that of others. I like to think I’m decent at it, if not in fact pretty good, but I doubt I’ll ever stand in front of a crowd and give a speech about it. No Nobel Prizes for me. Besides, I’d stammer so much and go on so many tangents they’d have to give me a separate event!
Other than that, I collect swords and like to think I’m not half bad at using them, my favorite food is a toss-up between pan-fried lake perch and jaegerschnitzel, and I listen to basically every genre of music except Country. That’s it.