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Numerous people—I socially know on the Internet—refer to me by an alias, "L," on various sites; my closest friends, however, prefer my given name which is simply Adam. I'm interested in a career that requires psychology, like a psychologist, or perhaps pursue my genuine passion which to become a philologist. Literature, history, and those sorts of things fascinate me. I'm not entirely sure if this would be categorized as a legitimate hobby, but I have a disposition of which compels me to study the dictionary (well, I suppose that could explain why I have such an interest). To set aside my ambitions, I do have my own, well, normal hobbies. I currently own one of the video game consoles; a machine designed to not solely play games but also has other innovative functions made available to the customer via a paid subscription, on the dashboard, all of which is supported by Mircosoft (the Xbox 360). Typically, I have enabled said service which essentially means I have a "gold account," as they say. I will not disclose any information regarding my xbox account here; the possibility that I may receive 'junk' in my message folder is quite high. By my standards, I'm a decent player on the sticks with a bad temper to match online. In my defense however, this feeling is usually brought on by ridiculous shenanigans from either the developers' failing to meet expectations from the community, whom blatantly lack the courtesy to address issues in particular, or known exploits and bad sportsmanship when present. These annoyances are common but nevertheless I'm an activist in the gaming world because it's a part of me. I showcase my sportsmanship through actions—not words (sometimes). If you respect or disrespect me, I'll act accordingly. In light of what I have imparted to you, the reader, you shouldn't try to offend me without a good reason to. Otherwise, you'll have to deal with certain repercussions not restricted by the Internet itself; I'm not suggesting anything but the fact that you'd not take pleasure in ridiculing me. I was previously involved in a role-playing forum where which I would assume a role of a 'king' with respective responsibilities, but I have recently shifted my priorities to better accommodate my life, resigning from that meaningless position, some might say.My role-playing hobby originated from a popular anime site that has since then "died" over the years, rightfully named Narutowire. The aforementioned is where the nickname, "L," gradually became my persona and became famous among the users. I had my shared experiences with adversity when I first established an organization there, The Gotei 13, on the 23rd of December in 2008. As time progressed and the fight for role-play dominance was at an end in our lawless forum, we planned to expand and further increase our numbers in the process by offering more appealing positions, later transitioning to The Soul Society and remained as a unified group of individuals even to this day. We ushered a new age to the forum—full of competition, friendship, and betrayal—that also spiraled into other problems, but I suppose that's change. Regardless, we essentially encouraged activity, inspiration, and took the forefront in role-play for a significant amount of time as first generation members in our section.I find amusement in debating or arguing with those whom lack common sense, humor or any intelligence whatsoever. I affirm my own intelligence with a well-written, individual opinion that I'm entitled to—but I would rather be a bit more simplistic when participating in what I decide is a fruitless altercation. What irks me the most is that generally no one is neither capable of refuting my argument nor able to provide a sensible counterargument to continue, which explains why everyone has a tendency to expect a substandard response when they subject themselves to criticism. I believe the imperative truth meets the perquisites of any form of debate, and I'm very presumptuous to anything pertaining to the truth. I make perspicacious judgments based off of analyzing a person's personality by observing their reactions to certain things of what I do or say. Furthermore when I finalize and reach a conclusion, it is quite difficult to convince me to reevaluate my opinion of you—without exhibiting a reason that contradicts it. I also understand there must be an amount of balance; therefore, I'm very open-minded about everything, acknowledging the existence of gray areas in the white and black perspective. Needless to say, I'll not fail to do what I deem is necessary when a situation requires it.To be frank this is solely a summary, relatively small in comparison to what I didn't jot down in an untimely manner. If you are intrigued and wish to know more, you can simply send a private message to my inbox here and (hopefully) initiate an interesting conversation.