Matrixmann, also have been called short "Matrix" already.Age:
I never talk about age, but count me in to the fraction "under thirty".Location:
GermanySocial Media: LivejournalDescribe yourself in five sentences or less:
Rational mind, knows quite a bunch of stuff (and not), behavioral some might see me as a misanthropic asshole. Partly I even agree with them.
Ultra-closed in personal matters, and this for reasons; positive relationship with guns, despite thinking left-leaning, psychological knowledge about human abysses, understanding of psychology in general and how this affects areas in modern life.
But besides all this that doesn't sound too positive (Why needing everything to be positive all the time at all?), I try to be a fair opponent - even though I have the impression like I'm not always able to show it that clearly.
Otherwise, I'm not afraid to appear self-confident in the things I know a lot about or be hesitating against someone only because he/she's older than me, as well as I don't prefer remaining in one space with one's position for longer than it is valid.Top 5 Fandoms:
Fandoms I don't have, I'm not from that community. But if there are people out there who are familiar with the terms "Trance", "Techno", "House", "Hard Trance", "Hardstyle", "Acid Techno" or whatever in that kind, I'd be happy to have discussions.
Other than that, I think you can say I'm a tiny bit of a language freak. (English as 2nd language, French functional in writing if you let me have tools to help, learning one or the other bit in Russian...)I mostly post about:
Politics, social issues, media, humans from a psychological, perhaps even anthropological point of view - in a way that most people would view as "radical". I need to be very clear about that. Extremism-Alarm
, so to say.
But I don't do the news stuff or mainly citing articles, there are fairly enough people out there doing this already.
I more follow my own path and do my own thing - which more revolves around opening up own discussions, explaining things and giving input for the change.
Quite a lot of people are out there documenting and archiving what's wrong with this world, but they fail to give a final strong input or idea what you could do instead; they stick too much with the old and what's there in the present. Also, they're too caught up in their own content cloud and for far too many ages. Which bores the hell out of me.
I try to bring in a more distanced view on things and the basic essence, unfirmly tied to zeitgeisty political ideologies.
Other than that, here and there I also use the way of bringing topics up in the form of poems, lyrics for songs (lyrics that I think could be turned into a song) and maybe short stories.ExplicitViolence!-Alert
I need to give as this can appear in this fictional stuff, but also in other posts.
I'm not too hesitant on the topic and I'm also not that prim in naming things.
But things like this I always mark with corresponding tags or other kind of note, so that nobody who didn't ask for it needs to go through it just to find out what content it is and feel disturbed.My last three posts were about:
Noting down the US missile attack on Syria, upheaval in Donbass anniversary, naming a few things that you don't get to hear about America in the rest of the world (which still craves to live there under the citation of the great freedoms they think to get), putting up a controversial question about German crime film series "Tatort" (in German), a poem in German (find out yourself what it is about) - well, and another bunch of war and conflict anniversaries (there's quite a lot of them in spring, aren't there?).
- A bit lazy recently, normally I'm more ambitious, but expect me to come up with some more content posts in the forthcoming time again. (Remember, I don't like standing still.)How often do you post? How about commenting?
Anniversaries of events included, about every three or four days. Even if it's only bits at times.
Main language has come to be English, but it also may appear that you find anything in German that I didn't translate. Rare occasions are bits from other languages or whole texts (goes for French; I want to try it).
I'm used to be not hesitant on commenting to other peoples' stuff on Livejournal, except for if they openly demand for peace. Topics tend to draw me more than usernames, meaning I don't look the username, even if it's somebody from a different community, if there's something I think I can say anything about.
Don't see reason to change that pattern here.
At the moment I keep commenting on my own journal closed here until I've seen the means to archive, so that I don't need to keep two manual backups. If everything's fine in a way I can live with, I might also open it here and don't direct the main focus to Livejournal in that issue.
Latter thing will remain a presence as long as I have interest to be in the place over there. Just for getting things straight from the beginning...