I am 21 years old, as well as a college graduate. I play one handed three fingers as my playing style, and I don't intend to switch any time soon. I generally enjoy reading, programming, FFR, DDR/ITG, and music composition. I am still deciding on my future vocation, but an astronaut, game programmer, nuclear physicist, writer, and/or professional musician are possibly in the cards for me. I consider myself an intelligent individual, and I love a good debate or intellectual discussion any time of the day.
I can be very assertive of myself to others, occasionally to a fault, and I have no patience for idiots and trolls. I respect those who are mature, intelligent, humble and kind to others.
Programming games, composing music, writing books, and reading...oh yeah can't forget video games. I am a die-hard gamer; I own systems from an Atari 2600 to the Wii.
Pretty much everything. I don't like limiting myself to one style of music, I'll listen to anything, from metal/rock to classical.
Average rank in early 2009 when I stopped playing: 425
Average rank now: 971 (wait really? I figured it would be far worse)
Huh. At least that's what it says on my public level stats - my profile still lists my old average rank. I don't know how much I will end up playing since I'm still really trying to re-adjust to FFR's timing system. But I'm dipping my toes in the water by AAAing the single-digit difficulty songs and working my way up. One thing I do know: many of the songs I struggled with are a lot easier now, although my accuracy is still terrible since I'm so used to Stepmania's timing system.
I always loved being a part of FFR's competitive scene back in the day and I'm kinda itching to jump back in. I'm gonna start AAAing stuff and see where it gets me. I'm still not switching to spread though.