rubeus

Light From A Dead Star

Name:
Rubeus
Location:
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Schools:
Queen Elizabeth High School - Halifax NS CA (1997 - 2000)
Dalhousie University - Halifax NS CA (2000 - 2003)
Ryerson University - Toronto ON CA (2003 - 2005)
Interests: (150)
15/love, 6teen, ace of base, akino matsuri, alice's adventures in wonderland, androgyny, angel sanctuary, angelina jolie, anime, antiheroes, azumanga daioh, bad religion, battle royale, bisexuality, bishoujo, bishounen, bl, boys' love, brian kinney, buffy the vampire slayer, cartoons, clamp, comics, courtney crumrin, dark fantasy, diabolo, dmp, dogma, doujinshi, draco malfoy, drawing, editing, eerie queerie!, eliza dushku, faeries, fairytales, fake, fanfic, fantasy, femslash, filmmaking, folklore, fruits basket, fsc, furuba, futurama, gael baudino, garbage, gargoyles, genderfuck, ghost!, ginger snaps, gloom cookie, graphic novels, gravitation, green day, harry potter, horror movies, how loathsome, ikezawa satomi, independent film, j. k. rowling, jake gyllenhaal, james marsters, jeanne kalogridis, johnny depp, joss whedon, ju-on, kanzaka hajime, kevin smith, kill bill, kuriyama chiaki, l. j. smith, labyrinth, legend, little britain, lost, lush, magick, manga, melisa michaels, mizushiro setona, movies, murakami maki, music, myth, neil gaiman, nightmare before christmas, nightmares and fairytales, no doubt, othello manga, paganism, pansexuality, pet shop of horrors, prison break, psychological thrillers, punk rock, queer as folk, quentin tarantino, ranma 1/2, rasputina, reading, remus lupin, s. p. somtow, sailor moon, serena valentino, severus snape, shakespeare, shimizu takashi, shiozu shuri, shivaree, shoujo, shoujo-ai, shounen-ai, simon r. green, sir ian mckellen, slash, slave labor graphics, slytherin, smallville, solitude, souma mitsuko, spike, stephen king, supernatural, suzuki koji, takahashi rumiko, takaya natsuki, tarot, ted naifeh, the bangles, the demon ororon, the distillers, the offspring, the rasmus, the sandman, the slayers, tim burton, tokyopop, tori amos, valgarv, vampires, view askew, villains, witchcraft, writing, xelloss, yaoi, yuki eiri, yuri
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“Love is the child of illusion and the parent of disillusion.” – Miguel de Unamuno

You wanna know more, asking usually works.

           
Slytherin means never having to say you're sorry


Albert Einstein wants to shag Xander

What's Your Ultimate Fandom OTP?
Shiver My Timber--A Pirate RPG


      
Bisexuality is real.



Currently reading: Ill Wind by Rachel Caine
Thoughts: Starring Joanne Baldwin, better known as Mary Sue Baldwin. It's a silly story, to the degree that it's not even light and fun, just weak and lame. It doesn't help that the main character bugs the hell out of me. She's so obviously intended to be cool and likeable, and I find it annoying when an author tries to manipulate me into liking their protagonist by making the character too perfect - I liked my heroes flawed. Hell, as I rule I don't like heroes half as much as antiheroes. If the book wasn't so short and quick to read, I probably wouldn't bother finishing it. As it is, I'm far enough in that I might as well keep going to the end. I definitely will not be picking up more of the series, though.

Just finished: Monstrous Regiment by Terry Pratchett
Not my least favourite Discworld book, but it's never gonna be a favourite, either. As I said to egarwaen, who mentioned the book to me, it reminds me of Ed the Sock's criticism of several music videos in the 2005 "Fromage" special on MuchMusic: the basic point of the book seems to be to illustrate that "War is Bad and People Die." And that's not something I would ever argue with, but it makes for one of those odd situations where the book's theme is so large that the story ends up feeling oddly thin and lacking. Still, there were enough surprising and straight-up wacky bits that it was worth reading once.
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