"I live in a small, hopeless and corrupt country in Central Europe. Almost everyone knows me by the nickname 'Stewe-O'. I love this name, and I also love talking with speech marks. My favorite hobbies are pen-and-paper roleplaying games , like Shadowrun 3rd (TM) and The World of Darkness (TM)."
"I also like drawing - my former style was manga but recently I lenghtened its boundaries to invent a unique style of mine. Oh, and video games. I have a great knowledge about them and expirienced enough to judge them like a real critic. I regularly play MMOFPS (I'm an advanced warrior in Counter-Strike Source and a busy medic in Battlefield 2) in the local LAN club, but I try out every game and have no common prefered category. But what really consumes my life is music: anime and game soundtracks, without limits of downloading. Every step I take, every street I cross, every person I talk to - I play some hypothetical ambient music. Life is good this way!"
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"You shall know that things in my act of seeing are different from many other people in my age and home. I often stop to think, but I see more possibilities, see chances more precisely, sense the surroundings more smoothly. This comes from the time I have spent with roleplaying, reading, playing videogames, reading and surfing on the Web. My general trait is freedom, the freedom to act and think individually and treat people equally to resolve social problems fairly and logically. Traits like 'party-ready', 'outgoing', 'talkative' and 'loving' are far from me, however, there are people who like me and always down for having fun together with me. And this makes me clear, content and hopeful."
"My theme song is ' Spook and Spell (slow version) ' from 'Ghost in the Shell - Megatech Body.Co.LTD' (TM). My looks...well, it's not that important how I look like. Not because I'm that awful (he^^), just...this is a forum after all, you come here because it doesn't matters, no?"
"The nickname Interface Blues means old-fashioned and new-age things run into one another and create an individual attutude. Try to think The Bakelite Jarring Sound of the Implanted Pain-Suppressing Nanoides and you'll feel Cyberpunky and jazzy in the same time - so do I all my life."
"That's me! For any questions, PM!"