Generalbusy trying to get my butt to a scandinavian country or any northern european country of some kind (netherlands, belgium, denmark, finland, sweden,norway, estonia, iceland,etc) im learning danish right now and would like to learn many more nordic languages. i want to hunt down unicorns and fight dragons. looking up pictures on flickr and photobucket. better then myspace. Art (i did go to art school of course).making out.drinking.riding bikes.veggie food.reading.fighting.explosions.banjos.situationist internationale. this is amina.
Musiccurrently listening to: OFF THE SAD BANKS OF MAGOG: volumes 1-3 of some bad days. ARAB STRAP! fleetwood mac, my bloody valentines, yo la tengo, random things from sweden. familjen, the tough alliance, tiac, black metal/folk from scandanvia. ALSO ON ROTATION: idm, theives like us, amina, ed bangers comp., the maccabees, justice, dj medhi, girl talk, LOVE IS ALL, matt and kim.fridge.domakesaythink.ambient.early 90's spazzy-core/power violence/emo violence(hehehe). tom waits.bob dylan.cat power.css.erik satie.zeplin.the indie rock(90's).belle+sabastian.joy division.magnetic fields.smiths.bosque brown, tunnel of love, japanther, sleep/high on fire, eyehategod, assuck, black sabbath, mayhem, inhumanity, reversal of man, the books. god speed..., figurine, new order, sufjon stevens, stone roses, sun kil moon, iron and wine, gillian welch, yo la tengo, black tamborines, lifetime, cap'n jazz, copper, built to spill, life without buildings, pavement, the wedding present, drive like jehu/hot snakes, his hero is gone, shotmaker, crimson curse/swing kids, wire, mc5, gang of four, metallica, tindersticks, eletralane, anal cunt, melt-banana, afrirampo, softies, jejune, rachel's, sleepytimetrio, hotwatermusic, braid, MR.JOHNNY CASH. metal.charles bronson.anything that makes me move.
MoviesIN THE MOOD FOR LOVE/2046.....lost in translation.spirit of the beehives. marie antionette.secretary.28 days later.chungking express.french new wave. hong kong new wave. any country new wave.pride and prejudice. peewee.the wicker man.lord of the rings.amelie.royal tenebaums/life aquatic.lolita.beach movies.red.blue.decalogue.the ring.battle royale. one hot american summer.hal hartley. ww2 movies that involved nazis and great escape attempts.
BooksCURRENTLY READING: Jean-Jacques "The Confessions", Liam Gillick "5 of 6",any thing on FlashArt, contemporary art writings, Tried and True: Richard Brautigan. norwegian wood (haruki murakami).james joyce.raymond chandler.jane austen.harry potter.where the wild things are.virgin suicides.one hundred years of solitude.the unbearable lightness of being.giving tree.conceptual art anything.dylan thomas.nabokov and all those russian dudes.rumi.lovecraft.carrol.clowes.tomine.wares.tolkien. the viking/icelandic sagas.
Heroesraymond chandler.cai gou quiang. erwin wurm. francis alys.Eija Liisa Ahtila. pascal grandmaison.Olafur Eliasson.charles bronson. pirates.
About me:"but not all men seek rest and peace; some are born with the spirit of the storm in their blood, restless harbingers of violence and bloodshed, knowing no other path..." -robert e. howard, The Bloody Crown of Conan ..This Profile Was Created Using The Lethal Design MySpace Editor ..This Profile Was Created Using The Lethal Design MySpace Editor..
Who I'd like to meet:I was trying to describe you to someone a few days ago. You don't look like any girl I've seen before. I couldn't say: "well , she looks just like Jane Fonda except that she's got red hair and her mouth is different and of course she's not a movie star." I couldn't say that because you don't look like Jane Fonda at all. I finally ended up describing you as a movie I saw when I was a child in Tacoma, Washington. I guess I saw it in 1941 or '42: somewhere in there. I think I was seven or eight or six. It was a movie about rural electrification and a perfect 1930s New Deal morality kind of movie to show kids. The movie was about farmers living in the country without electricity. They had to use lanterns to see by at night, for sewing and reading , and they didn't have any appliances, like toasters or washing machines, and they couldn't listen to the radio. Then they built a dam with big electric generators and they put poles across the countryside and strung wire over fields and pastures. There was an incredible heroic dimension that came from the simple putting up of poles for the wires to travel along. They looked ancient and modern at the same time. Then the movie showed Electricity like a young Greek god coming to the farmer to take away forever the dark ways of his life. Suddenly, religiously, with the throwing of a switch the farmer had electric lights to see by when he milked his cows in the early black winter mornings. The farmer finally got to listen to the radio and have a toaster and lots of bright lights to sew dresses and read the newspaper by. It was really a fantastic movie and excited me like listening to "The Star Spangled Banner" or seeing photographs of President Roosevelt or hearing him on the radio. "...The President of the United States..." I wanted electricity to go everywhere in the world. I wanted all the farmers in the world to be able to listen to President Roosevelt on the radio. That's how you look to me. - R Brautigan
- Status: Single
- Here for: Networking, Friends
- Hometown: maine.boston.sf.brooklyn.northern europe.
- Orientation: Straight
- Body type: 5' 7" / Slim / Slender
- Ethnicity: Asian
- Religion: Atheist
- Zodiac Sign: Aries
- Children: Love kids, but not for me
- Smoke / Drink: No / Yes
- Education: College graduate
- Occupation: prefessional shoegazer
Massachusetts College Of Art
2000 to 2004
- Graduated: 2004
- Student status: Alumni
- Degree: Bachelor's Degree
- Major: printmaking
- Minor: kicking ass
- Clubs: Alpine Death Squad. team fight fire with fire. rock n roll gayboys. blues bastard. fetal lords. team awesome. stagmo.