Tell me what you think of this profile I just wrote.
Gday, my name is Richard, I'll be your host during your stay at this profile.
This is my new summary, because I deleted the more amusing arrogant one.
Started 2010-07-07 17:57
I'm about as open minded as it's possible to be whilst being a Holopantheistic Deist with a strong belief in my own Awesomeness. I'm an Apatheist, which means an Atheist who doesn't give a shit about religion or any of the gods of any pantheon. What does this mean? Don't bloody contact me if you are or you're after some religious nut-job.
I'm an Imperialistic Fascist who believes that Capitalism failed in 1929, Socialism in 1989, and that Communism is a constant failure as evidenced by the complete lack of advancement throughout Aboriginal culture and history. When I take control of this country I'm going to do what no government has bothered to do throughout human history; Eradicate tax in favour of government owned private endeavours; Create well a thought out infrastructure for transport, education, health and the military; Slaughter every stupid fuck who has come out of the Australian Education System and still can't spell for shit; Introduce a Darwinist Social System that provides financial education and a single large lump sum support payment for everyone who can prove maturity and mental stability. Oh right, then I'll crown myself Emperor and shit all over human rights while annexing New Zealand, Indonesia, New Guinea and excluding and then nuking the shit out of Tasmania.
Wait... I said I wasn't going to write another egotistic farcical rant to entertain myself again.
Ahh fuck it. This is going to be egotistical every now and then.
I want to buy myself three townhouses and cut a giant hole in the ground for satanic rites the likes of which will burn the souls of humanity (those I don't own) into Valhalla. If you want me to own your soul then I'm more than willing to buy yours for $10 NZD. Oh, I've also got a sale going on shares on my own soul; 1,000,000,000,000 shares altogether, 30,000 available - 40GBP a share, with dividends paying out at 4.7% of my yearly post-tax income for the shares value.
I left Y12 two months in because I could no longer stand the hypocritical and ignorant bullshit that private school was teaching (The Australian Curriculum) and spent the last 9 years studying anything I wanted to study. Unfortunately they don't give out degrees for autodidacts so I've finally at long last decided that I want to go to University. I am going to study History with a minor in Politics, working part time as a private investigator. No, not one of those american "immortalised by the silver screen" sleazy guys, nor even the action packed gun toting guys, I'll be more like a cross between Riddler, Joker, Batman and Pennywise with the morality and personality of Q of the Continuum.
I'm sitting here surrounded by my greatest love in the world, Books. I've lined out what books I've got here with me in the "My Favourite" section, but I always want more and my blood pumps holding an antique book talking politics of the day, or history in a similar way that some mens blood pump when they're holding a beautiful woman. Not that my own blood doesn't pump when I'm holding a beautiful woman, but so far in my life I've not come across a woman who means as much to me as a first edition 1903 Such is Life. Not yet anyway. I think the only reason I want to become a billionaire is to set up my own Baroque Palatial Library with the time enough to read and explore the world as the books show it. I want to see the barracks of the Mamluks, the great private libraries of England and Continental Europe, the steppes of the Golden Horde, I want to walk down the streets of Ankor Wat and know the history of the place. But it's not just historically important places I want to explore, I'm an adventurer by nature and I'm an Urban Explorer as well. I'm lucky there that it doesn't take money to be an urban explorer, just eyes, a sense of adventure, and the research abilities necessary to find the private history of tunnels and buildings. Heh, that's actually part of the reason I want to study history, because of my love of the topic and my irresistible urge to explore through the ages through what they've left behind. It's not that hard to walk down the wrong street, see an interesting alley, walk down it and see an interesting facade on an obviously abandoned decrepit building. Interest surges and you want to go inside, but first you wander down to the local library to see what style of architecture it is and then who would have designed it in that city, when it was built to find out who owns it, and then explore it on paper before walking through it with a camera to record your adventure.