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Daniel
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I have a habit of speaking very formally. I am a goofball in real life who focuses very seriously on his academics.

I am not a very true artist, just one who likes to see pictures. I have an inappreciable ability to draw, and I have very little interest in developing my skills in the field of visual art. If anything, I am much more into the fields of theatre acting and singing, for they are my main artistic passions. I am both enthralled and intimidated by the community here since it so large and variable. I have not yet found my niche in any community, but chances are that I have stepped in at least a small part of most.

I am interested in the business of voice acting, so, if you need an amateur voice actor, I would be glad to be of service. I am your average kind of nonprofessional with a pop guard and studio microphone who records in a basement; not a recording studio, but I am very diligent. I am willing to provide contact information to anyone considering me for a voice actor role or tryout. Additionally, I am interested in doing audio readings for anyone (be it CreepyPasta, poetry, prose, or whatever it is).

As you may see in my gallery, I do write from time to time. I hope you enjoy what I have to offer in the literature field. I have several poems, prosaic poems, and prose works. My first (and currently only) DD was a literature submission. I've written a dark fan-ficiton for My Little Pony, but I don't consider myself a very hardcore writer, or Brony, for that matter. I upload essays I've done for school, and I very rarely feel inspired to write. However, when I am, I am usually very satisfied with my work, and I'm sure something I've done will speak to you.

Photography is the other thing I do. Mostly, it's sky and landscape pictures; whatever I happen to catch happening above me I tend to take a picture of if I think it's nice.

I do llamas for llamas, but I neither do WATCH for WATCH nor FAVE for FAVE. I reserve these to my personal tastes.

I am extremely busy with my schoolwork and rarely am on for long periods of time. I am also willing to proofread for anyone who can afford to wait until I acquire the time to get to proofreading the work. I find it is an enjoyable and helpful way to employ my skill in orthography, diction, and grammar when my creativity is devoted to non-writing ends. Anyone interested should feel free to send me a note, expressing his or her interest, on this site, and we can become acquainted and discuss the business.

I use Dogecoin.
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  • Mood: Eager
  • Listening to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wacyMhxIOd0
  • Reading: Information on the actuarial profession
  • Watching: http://youtu.be/4BUBrn1l9jw
  • Playing: Solitaire, Mount and Blade: Warband
  • Eating: Skittles
  • Drinking: Water, lots of it.
Like my rhetorical redundancy?  Good; I'm just as ambivalent about it as you are.

Anyway, what's going on?  Well, I can't really think at the moment.  I'm a little sick, but not terribly; I have a little bit of a sore throat, and my nose is running like crazy.

I'm working on my senior project, and it's slow coming.  I'm hoping the interview I get with an actuarial professor at Robert Morris University will provide the insights I need for my paper and subsequent presentation.

As for the equipment I ordered (to which I alluded in my previous journal entry), I am most pleased, although I haven't had the chance to wear the stuff a whole lot on account of how my grandparents think I'd be a goof to go around dressed in these items where no one else like me is likely to appear.  They also fear that I may evoke suspicion.  After all, I'd be dressed in obscuring black.
I am very satisfied with what I received so far, but we will have to see how durable this stuff maintains over time, as I intend to default to this getup (you can view it, minus the gauntlets, in my profile picture).  I feel amazing with this stuff on.  The gloves are slightly small on my hands, but I don't want them terribly loose, either.

I recently found this one candy-making company called "Ice Chips."  They flavor their stuff with xylitol, and I love it!  It's a little expensive, though, for candy, not gonna lie.  I've only had their licorice flavor (if you like black licorice, you'll love the Ice Chips flavor, I think).  I might order some of their clove-flavored ones this weekend.

Also, I am pleased to announce my latest reading.  It's a dark and reasonably tragic MLP: FIM fan-fiction.  Give it a gander!

I must say that I am extremely pleased how this particular reading turned out.

Well, that's about all for now.  As always, I love to talk on here.  Best wishes, all!

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  • Mood: Eager
  • Listening to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wacyMhxIOd0
  • Reading: Information on the actuarial profession
  • Watching: http://youtu.be/4BUBrn1l9jw
  • Playing: Solitaire, Mount and Blade: Warband
  • Eating: Skittles
  • Drinking: Water, lots of it.
This is a Dark/Sad/Tragic story from FIMFiction.net and was written by Epicburst.

To use the author's own description:

    A noble dragon always abides by his Dragon Code! At least . . . that's what he thought. He would do anything to help a friend, including getting thrown off a cliff. Now he is left with nothing but a broken spirit and a hopeless dream.

    How can he be a noble dragon now?

There is some gore in this story.  The plot revolves around the character Spike.

  • Mood: Eager
  • Listening to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wacyMhxIOd0
  • Reading: Information on the actuarial profession
  • Watching: http://youtu.be/4BUBrn1l9jw
  • Playing: Solitaire, Mount and Blade: Warband
  • Eating: Skittles
  • Drinking: Water, lots of it.
Like my rhetorical redundancy?  Good; I'm just as ambivalent about it as you are.

Anyway, what's going on?  Well, I can't really think at the moment.  I'm a little sick, but not terribly; I have a little bit of a sore throat, and my nose is running like crazy.

I'm working on my senior project, and it's slow coming.  I'm hoping the interview I get with an actuarial professor at Robert Morris University will provide the insights I need for my paper and subsequent presentation.

As for the equipment I ordered (to which I alluded in my previous journal entry), I am most pleased, although I haven't had the chance to wear the stuff a whole lot on account of how my grandparents think I'd be a goof to go around dressed in these items where no one else like me is likely to appear.  They also fear that I may evoke suspicion.  After all, I'd be dressed in obscuring black.
I am very satisfied with what I received so far, but we will have to see how durable this stuff maintains over time, as I intend to default to this getup (you can view it, minus the gauntlets, in my profile picture).  I feel amazing with this stuff on.  The gloves are slightly small on my hands, but I don't want them terribly loose, either.

I recently found this one candy-making company called "Ice Chips."  They flavor their stuff with xylitol, and I love it!  It's a little expensive, though, for candy, not gonna lie.  I've only had their licorice flavor (if you like black licorice, you'll love the Ice Chips flavor, I think).  I might order some of their clove-flavored ones this weekend.

Also, I am pleased to announce my latest reading.  It's a dark and reasonably tragic MLP: FIM fan-fiction.  Give it a gander!

I must say that I am extremely pleased how this particular reading turned out.

Well, that's about all for now.  As always, I love to talk on here.  Best wishes, all!
The clock sounds, sounds, sounds.
It's a soft wood, like a weathered plank for a playground seesaw.
Is there really deafening silence?
Does it not make a difference if you can't hear it?
Sure, you can feel it,
But can't you always?

The last marble from my ancient Newton's cradle fell
From my desk to the tile overlay floor.
Rat.  Tat, tat tat-tat-tat.
Dun is the smoke the hellfire exhales,
And indefatigable is the man at the bellows.
Let the darkest seal shut my eyes.
It's too much for a quarter of my brain to handle.
Why, then, do my eyes sting at night?

Hey, what's that green thing across the room?  If that's
The Boogeyman, I'm running to the preschool.
Little nose-pickers will eat him for me.
That exercise ball could be a good instrument;
It reverberates and resonates within itself.
I'm licking the screen door; it's metal
But doesn't taste like it.  It's fresh outside.
Rubbing my tongue against the screen makes it feel hairy.
I hope there's no bug juice on it.
Oops.
Untitled
Inane/insane ruminations I had last night.  If you ever talk to me on here, you may have noticed I assume a formal tone a lot of the time.  I'm really a goofball.

Experimental free verse poem, the first I've done.  I hope you like it.  Feedback is welcome.
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  • Mood: Eager
  • Listening to: http://youtu.be/I1Egwloq6Lk
  • Reading: Information on the actuarial profession
  • Watching: http://youtu.be/23tDEphLS6U
  • Playing: Solitaire
  • Eating: Nothing
  • Drinking: Water, lots of it.
This story is a Dark/Sad story from FIMFiction.net and was written by Sexy Pudgy Pinkie Pie.

To use the author's own description:

    Nopony loves her. Her friends abandoned her. The only ones she has left are the remnants of her childhood. The only one who came to her birthday was herself.

    There's only one thing left.

    To drop.

Obviously, viewer discretion is advised for depressive and suicidal themes.  This story is centered around the character Pinkie Pie.

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:iconwbc-the-zorgic:
WBC-The-Zorgic Featured By Owner 6 hours ago  New member
Dank für das Lama! How'd you find me?
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:iconthedizzydan:
TheDizzyDan Featured By Owner 6 hours ago  Hobbyist General Artist
I understood that, but I don't speak or write German very well.  I'm much better at Spanish.

Anyway, you're certainly welcome.  Oh, I found you via your interactions with Robipony.  Aren't you two friends?
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:iconwbc-the-zorgic:
WBC-The-Zorgic Featured By Owner 6 hours ago  New member
Indeed we are. Nice to meet you as well.

As pne goofball to snother, I solute you with a rubber chicken.
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TheDizzyDan Featured By Owner 6 hours ago  Hobbyist General Artist
It's a pleasure, sir.  Oh, a fellow goofball?  Sadly, I lost my rubber chicken.  Please accept my apology with this half-cooked pancake.
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IDontKnowAboutToday Featured By Owner 7 hours ago
I read that you like voice acting, so I was wondering if you knew that behindthevoiceactors has a section for that? You can try-out for roles under the "casting call" section. Most of the things posted are projects or fan-based projects that regular people put up, but maybe you can find something that you would like to do. :)
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:iconthedizzydan:
TheDizzyDan Featured By Owner 6 hours ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Where exactly are these sort of opportunities posted on this site?  It seems to cater to a lot of other things, as well, and I'm not sure where to look now that I've created an account.
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:iconthedizzydan:
TheDizzyDan Featured By Owner 6 hours ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you for this help!  Is there some way I could reciprocate this favor?
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:iconthedizzydan:
TheDizzyDan Featured By Owner 7 hours ago  Hobbyist General Artist
I've heard of such a site but didn't recall the name.  Thank you!  I think this opens up my performing options considerably, and I immensely appreciate your bringing this to my attention.
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:iconidontknowabouttoday:
IDontKnowAboutToday Featured By Owner 6 hours ago
I hope the website will be useful to you. Otherwise, like the voice actors in the documentary I Know that Voice said, go to Los Angeles lol. They said it so many times.
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