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"Why," you ask? Because we want profile pages to have freedom of customization, but also to have some consistency. This way, when anyone visits a deviant, they know they can always find the art in the top left, and personal info in the top right.
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Favorite visual artistJoe SorrenFavorite moviesAliens 1, 2, 3 / Predator 1 & 2 / The Thing  / Big Trouble in Little China / The Evil Dead SeriesFavorite TV showsFUCK TVFavorite bands / musical artistsWarp Records, Monotonik Archives, Kahvi Collective, Inpuj, Sutemos, CFM Label, VG Music, Orchestral Scores and of course euro-electro and alot of the esoteric stuff your parents listened to during that drugged up haze of the 70's.Favorite booksThe Hobbit, Artemis Fowl, Dragonlance and The Princess BrideFavorite writersChuck Palahniuk, Eoin Colfer, Tracey Hickmann And Margret Weis, Douglas Adams [R.I.P], William Shakespeare, Judith Wright, Charlie Kaufman and Lewis CarrollFavorite gamesOmgpop.comFavorite gaming platformReal LifeTools of the TradeAdaptability, Resilence, Paitence, Humility a Stout heart and the ability to take / give criticism or advice [it wont always mean i agree though... especially if your some random trollface.jpg lingering trololololing meaningless drivel]Other InterestsMost things here on planet earth are awesome... and aside the occcasional bullshit drama during a busy day taking time 2 experience the color / beauty and and diversity of what should be a more accepting place