Well, why not.
My given name Is Kristopher Holmberg -- some of you may have read where I got my nickname "Yoru" but in short a girlfriend decided to call me it since I always wear black and it means 'night'.
I have a fairly good computer, a few decent instruments (which I can barely play if I do say so myself) -- I have a mountain of unpublished poetry and short stories from highschool, one song I gave all rights over to a friend last year who is currently in Hollywood, I hope he's doing well.
I wish I could write something, but almost the day I got the ability to write truly well, I lost all creative flow -- as a result I have 3 poems I would call marketable (if there was a poetry market) and one short story. . .but that's not enough to bother even trying to publish the stuff. A friend gave me the "No plot? No Problem!" novel writing kit from Chris Baty (who started National Novel Writing Month) yesterday, which amounts to a little chart to map your progress, a quote a day, a few pages of "don't edit until you finish" advice and some gold star stickers for yourself if you do what you promise in word-count. . . . I figure I'll give it a shot with an idea reading so much Stephen King has given me recently, but doubt much success with it. I tried during the actual novel-writing month and I finished 7000 words in one night (about 20 pages) and never touched it again heh heh.
I'm a history major at UNT (University of North Texas, which is in Denton and DAllas TExas. . .Denton is a suburb of Dallas) and am taking 4 history classes this semester which effectively means. . . I don't have to do much ha ha.
I do not work. I hate doing anything I cannot be proud of and would rather be constantly broke but not entirely poor than slightly less broke and worked to the bone. Plus I did the work and uni thing for a semester, and 2 years of work and highschool. . . I HATE getting an average of 3 hours a night of sleep, and often none at all. Really messes with your mind man.
I'm an insomniac, so often i don't do much better than that anyway of course. ...
I truly love tobacco.
I haven't dated since my fiance left me a little over 2 years ago, and not to be melodramatic, but I won't be dating for a long while for certain, and perhaps never again. It could be over-simplified to saying I just don't like people in general well enough to date one.
I read alot lately, though I had completely stopped for many years. I don't paly video-games anymore, despite the fact I really want to, I just don't enjoy it anymore. . . which I find weird and frustrating but am slowly learning to accept.
I hate change, and tend to do the same things repetatively, over and over, every day, for long periods of time before switching my schedule just slightly -- removing video games was a -huge- change, which is likely why it makes me so uncomfortable.
I'm 21, don't drink very often and never have more than one, and I like the cold.