Profile index

11681 profile views [ stats ]

More pictures...

last online: May 29, 2019

registered April 15, 2007

Contacting Wolfinator-x
Send message Forward
Add to friends Favorites
Add to group Block user

Gender : Male

Birthday : July 6, 1993

Location : Canada

Education : College graduate

Smoker : No

Drinker : No

Forum posts: 17,710 (3.96 per day)

All posts by Wolfinator-x

All threads by Wolfinator-x

Favorite bands :
Rubber ones. (but for real my favorite band is probably Electric Light Orchestra. I listen mostly to and play classical music, art/progressive rock, world music and jazz/fusion, but I enjoy most styles of music. Some of my favorite bands and artists include Electric Light Orchestra, The Police/Sting, David Bowie, Alan Parsons Project, Supertramp, Queen, Led Zeppelin, Genesis, Jethro Tull, Gentle Giant, Harmonium, Pentangle, Stevie Wonder, Earth Wind and Fire, Michael Jackson, Jamiroquai, The Cult, the Stray Cats, T. Rex, Ludwig van Beethoven, Gustav Holst, Gabriel Fauré, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Antonio Vivaldi, Nicoló Paganini, Igor Stravinsky, Aaron Copland, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Hildegard of Bingen, Franz Schubert, Frédéric Chopin, George Gershwin, Frank Zappa, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Chick Corea (Return to Forever), Snarky Puppy, Esperanza Spalding, Caravan Palace...)
Favorite guitarists :
Phil the homeless shell-shocked war veteran down the street who needs to busk for food money. ------------ ---------- For realsies, guitarists I admire and take influence from include Steve Vai, Andy Summers, Brian Setzer, Nuno Bettencourt, Jimi Hendrix, Joe Pass, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Billy Duffy, Steve Hackett, Paul Gilbert, Guthrie Govan, Marty Friedman, Joe Satriani, Eric Johnson
Favorite books :
The menu from the diner down the street, just across Phil the homeless shell-shocked war veteran who needs to busk for food money
Favorite tv :
Can't ever go wrong with a good old-fashioned CRT. Though I'm a bit more high-tech and watch an LCD screen. I don't even turn it on, I just watch the infinite blackness for hours on end pondering about the futility of life.
Favorite movies :
The one with that actor who played in the TV show. The plot twist at the end is just fantastic -- I couldn't see it coming anyway.
Wolfinator-x is ranked #37842 contributor among all users.
Wolfinator-x has made 5 contributions to the site total :

Tabs [ 5 ]

About Wolfinator-x
Once upon a time, there was a pigeon. His name was Victor.

He went on to have a lifelong monogamous relationship with brilliant American inventor Nikola Tesla who was living in a hotel at the time and slowly losing his mind as a result of well-reputed shithead Thomas Edison ruining his career and reputation by electrocuting an elephant to death (look it up -- seriously, I don't have to do everything for you).

Tesla's health deteriorated faster than Icarus flying above a parabolic mirror at high noon and he eventually passed away. Victor subsequently became his widow and inherited his husband's creations. He sold a few original patents in order to have money to be able leave the country and start a new life in Eastern Europe a century earlier.

Victor's later life as well as his prominent use of Tesla coils on recycled organic tissue were documented in a non-fiction account of his life written by young and emerging biographer Mary Shelley, daughter of Mary "For-the-last-time-I'm-not-an-MMORPG" Wollstonecraft.

Victor died in the comfort of his own home, surrounded by his three wives and daughter as well as the beautiful, beautiful money and fortune he made by lending his likeness and letting Hollywood make grossly inaccurate depictions of his life.

Some say Victor is still alive, and only appears to those pure of heart (or heavily tripping balls) but it doesn't matter. He is still alive in our memories and our hearts. Awwwwwww.

The end.
Wolfinator-x has 65 friends :
View all friends
Post your comment