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Negativity Corner -~-; (Disclaimer: These feelings come and go. Depression has eaten away at me and these stamps reflect it. I'm not always this way. It's just another voice I hear inside my head bringing me down.)
I am a United States Navy Sailor. I love to write stories and I love computer science. My rate, a fancy Navy term meaning job, is IT or Information Systems Technician. I'm a certified IT so I can help you with your computer needs. I write fantasy stories and I work on creating role playing games. I'm just recently getting into digital art.
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Favorite moviesHetalia Paint it WhiteFavorite TV showsHetalia and PokemonFavorite booksThe fantasy stories I write.Favorite gamesPokemonTools of the TradeComputer, Paint, Gimp, pencil and paper, RPG Maker VX Ace, and my imaginationOther InterestsUnited States Navy
The title says it all. It's been freezing cold this whole week. There was one day I had to stand outside for two hours as safety observer for the team that was going aloft. The only parts of my body that went numb were my ears and hands. At least I was on the deck and not up on the main mast of the ship. It must've been freezing up there and I could tell because when the others came down they were shivering. There's nothing to block the wind up there. That night was also a duty day and I'm stuck in Radio all night. It doesn't help that Radio is an air conditioned space and it needs to stay cold. Although the temp in Radio wasn't terribly cold that night. But now I'm sick. My throat itches, my temperature is raised quite a bit, and I've been having coughing fits that make it hard to catch a breath. Luckily I have today off because the Captain authorized a three day liberty to the ship, just as long as you don't have a duty day over the three day weekend. So here I am resting as best as I can.