I’m not very good with introductions when I don’t have some kind of prompt, so I suppose I’ll just start with some basics.
I’m a 23 year old male living in Texas. I was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome in early 2004 by Dr. Timothy Bohan, MD, PhD. I live with my family, who are very supportive of me. I work part time at a nearby church as a childcare worker.
I have a variety of interests and hobbies. Playing the Magic: the Gathering card game with my friends is one of them. Watching anime is something else I like to do in my spare time. Learning the etymology of words is also something I’m fond of. This particular interest has even developed into a desire to create my own language, something I’m currently working on. I like to use the internet; Facebook being the site I frequent most. I also enjoy playing video/computer games.
Spending time with people I care about is something I truly relish. I’m a very easy going guy who gets along quite well with others. I don’t get offended easily, and have very good control over my emotions.
I’m an agnostic atheist. That means I don’t believe in the existence of any gods, while not claiming that they definitely don’t exist. I was raised as a Roman Catholic Christian. I became an agnostic atheist when I was 22 years old, after several months of researching my religious beliefs. One thing that contributed to this is that I don’t recall ever being a deeply religious person. Another significant factor was meeting Ankh Infinitus. He was highly influential in helping me learn what I now know that led to my position as an agnostic atheist.