Title best read like this fine gentleman: www.youtube.com/watch?v=CsqOSy…
So yeah, home for the spring break and what not. Catching up on my deviantARTz since the site is basically borken on my school's internet. Realize that I haven't posted anything in quite a while. Well, I can fix that!
Alas, this not the continuation of my currently in progress fanfic. [Which, for those who care, I will be getting back to... eventually! Especially since I want to get to my next idea, which will hopefully be something you haven't seen from a Sonic fanfic before... or perhaps I should say, Shadow fanfic...] But, I'm taking a fancy college writing class, and I've written a few good pieces here and there, so I'll be posting some of those. Some short stories, a few poems. Critique type comments are welcome, since I am quite aware that they aren't that great - I'll spare you the really bad ones. Because I'm a procrastinator, and if there's one thing I procrastinate more than homework, it's my writing. So when you combine the two, there's a high likelihood of rushed work in the hour before the deadline to submit.
So that's that. The other purpose of this journal was to make an inquiry. A few months ago I started finding videos of peoples performing spoken word poetry, and now whenever I'm having one of my split personality arguments with myself I've been channeling a lot of it into that style. My question is: would anyone be interested in me writing some of it down and posting it here? The reason I'm hesitant is partially because, as mentioned earlier, deviantART is basically inaccessible on my school's internet, and these would be about the kinds of things that tend to be high-octane flame bait; politics and religion. And personally, I don't like getting in political arguments on the internet because, well, it's the internet. I know how the internet works, and it's really not an environment that serves gentlemanly discourse very well.
Besides, I much prefer to spread chaotic whimsy as opposed to angry rantings - outside of nerdy matters, at least. Then I can rant and rave with the best of them. But that's getting off topic. My question is: Is anyone interested in seeing the written form of the attempts of a nerdy white kid from the Midwest to express his opinions in Spoken Word?
To conclude with some news from my life, I'm seeing The Hunger Games tonight. Should be some interesting stuff.