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I'm Ryan Smith. I run a variety of online projects, ranging from games to fiction works to sound design to freelancing.

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Uniques United Snippet - Jar of Profanity by malfunit
Uniques United Snippet - Jar of Profanity
Andrew finds a way into Simon's laboratory, completely by chance, getting one of the shocks of his life when he discovers what is inside, and who is inside.

Critique is welcomed! I haven't written anything in over a year.
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When someone's on their knees and they're frustrated with their lives, not knowing if they will ever have a future, don't just leave them like that. Go over to that person and let them know that their struggle is valid.

Suicide is one of the most tragic causes of death if not the most tragic because that's probably the bravest thing they've ever done, to summon up the courage to take your own life, just to stop the pain of living from getting any worse.

A lot of people are in a state of abject misery that clouds their conscience to the point where that's all they can see themselves experiencing throughout life. And then people just sit there and watch their souls cry their last tear and die.

To think that person could have been saved, if only someone cared enough to spend a moment with them, to let them know that they deserve some respect for what they've had to fight just to stay sane, instead of letting them just die an unhappy person, and taking all their dreams with them to the grave. Nobody will know or care what he or she could have become had that person been given a chance to redeem himself, from his perspective.

If you see anyone who fits this description, don't ignore him or her. Give them something worth fighting for, because it is war. If you find a depressed, unhappy person who sees a chance to redeem himself, you will be in the presence of a living legend before long. The promise of redemption makes giants out of men and if you give them that opportunity, they will go out of their way to make sure you're not disappointed.
  • Mood: Zeal
I've gone from writing to sound design to game development, and all three aren't working for me; so I'm considering a career change of some kind. The problem is I don't know what fits both my skillset and my interests. I'll list 10 things I like and 10 things I can do well and let you guys offer suggestions.

(Please take this seriously, this is someone's personal and professional life).

10 things I love:

1: Music.
2: Games.
3: Foreign languages.
4: Good food.
5: Philosophy
6: Humor
7: Helping people
8: Playing with numbers and stats
9: Audiobooks
10: A Light-heared outlook on life

10 things I can do well:

1: Write stories.
2: Design sound effects for video games.
3: The "gift of the gab" as my mom puts it.
4: Have an open mind.
5: Approach people of high status, in comparison to mine.
6: Take an honest approach to everything I say and do.
7: Learn things very quickly through observation and perception.
8: Forgive other people.
9: Use creative imagination to solve problems when put to the test.
10: Enormous reserves of inner strength when challenged.

I'm not sure what to do at this point, so if you have any ideas based on this criteria, I'd really appreciate them.
  • Mood: Artistic
  • Listening to: Dalida - Ahsan Nas
Ladies and gentlemen, the next time someone tries to give you advice that doesn't feel good to you, do not take it seriously unless you know you'll feel better knowing it.

Don't make the mistake I made and listen to "trusted experts" who I honestly don't like, simply because their "proven" facts are enough to destroy your hopes of a meaningful life. Don't listen to these people if all they are trying to do is depress and frighten as many people as they can.

TRUST YOUR GUT AND TRUST YOUR FEELINGS. They will tell you more about something or someone than all the scientific research in the world. Don't let your dreams, your passions, and your aspirations be crushed and poo-poo'd by some pinhead wearing a fancy suit in front of the television or computer screen.

The curse of being a smart person is that you quickly learn the wrong ideas about life and shape your entire way of living around those. Example: "What you don't know can and will hurt you."

That's not going to make me smarter, that's just going to make me scared for my life! Avoid the news channels and stop listening to people with a pessimistic or negative attitude when telling the so-called "facts."

What I didn't know caused nowhere near as much damage as what I mistakenly believed, especially growing up. We live in the world where you are shaped against your will until the age of 7 (give or take). At that age, we begin to develop our ability to reason, and we're never taught to use it!

Don't let anybody dump anything they want into your mind because you have to live with the results. That was my mistake. I am now 22 years old with pennies in my pocket and a soul that's as empty as my bank account. Don't let this be you; and don't let my story dampen yours. I'm beginning to discover what's really important to me, this is not like an incurable disease.

Listen to what your heart is telling you, ignore the pinheads, the cynics, and the critics. They're nothing but shadows of their former selves.

Don't expose yourself to too many facts and figures unless you want to end up a statistical figurine; a mindless pencil pusher who has nothing left to live for because he let people and circumstances talk him out of it.

You are on this world and alive for a *reason*. Find what's really important to you and go after it. It's waiting for you, and only you. Don't let your dreams die off before you do.

Life is truly the greatest gift of all...show some gratitude for it and live.
  • Mood: Anguish
When someone's on their knees and they're frustrated with their lives, not knowing if they will ever have a future, don't just leave them like that. Go over to that person and let them know that their struggle is valid.

Suicide is one of the most tragic causes of death if not the most tragic because that's probably the bravest thing they've ever done, to summon up the courage to take your own life, just to stop the pain of living from getting any worse.

A lot of people are in a state of abject misery that clouds their conscience to the point where that's all they can see themselves experiencing throughout life. And then people just sit there and watch their souls cry their last tear and die.

To think that person could have been saved, if only someone cared enough to spend a moment with them, to let them know that they deserve some respect for what they've had to fight just to stay sane, instead of letting them just die an unhappy person, and taking all their dreams with them to the grave. Nobody will know or care what he or she could have become had that person been given a chance to redeem himself, from his perspective.

If you see anyone who fits this description, don't ignore him or her. Give them something worth fighting for, because it is war. If you find a depressed, unhappy person who sees a chance to redeem himself, you will be in the presence of a living legend before long. The promise of redemption makes giants out of men and if you give them that opportunity, they will go out of their way to make sure you're not disappointed.
  • Mood: Zeal

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Zocker1110 Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
HI
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Hi im from Serbia!
Can you talk Serbian? :3
WANNA BE FRIENDS?
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Да, само мали, али учим. :lol:
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good for you you have a premium member
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I was exactly like the fox in that animation; thanks for the hug! ^w^
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May I ask how you found my profile after having joined DA days ago?
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To be truthfully honest, everyone we sent a message to was found on the PersnicketyRP rules and regulations page. We assumed that the roleplayers that frequented Persnickety would be decent enough to contact.
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