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Member Name Len Ganley
Date of Birth 01/01/1997
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Location Cleveland, OH
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    • I'm in the home stretch of a long, bumpy, and sometimes aimless college career. I'll be graduating March of this year with an Associate of Applied Science in Digital Media from the Virginia Marti College of Art and Design in Cleveland, OH. I love writing, but I don't get to do it nearly enough. My true passion in the writing is storytelling, so I'm glad I've found the opportunities to take that one step further through digital media.

        • Douglas Adams and H.G. Wells are always the first two to come to mind when it comes to authors. They pretty much some up my two biggest interests: logical science fiction, and a good sense of humor. I'm a huge fan of satire. There are few things more entertaining than one's ability to make of someone or something without ever directly coming out and saying it.

          I will say that Terry Pratchett is quickly growing on me.

        • John Lasseter, and all the people of Pixar are brilliant when it comes to telling a solid story through what are often strictly visual means. It's a talent that is often under-appreciated outside a creative industry.

          I've recently been bingeing on old Film Noir classics like the Maltese Falcon, Murder My Sweet, and Double Indemnity to name a few. What started out as research for a short film of my own turned into a real appreciation for the filmgoer experience from almost 70 years ago. Yeah. Think about that for a second.

        • I will never not be in the mood to listen to the Alkaline Trio.

        • Castle is a fantastic show, and that's not just because I've wanted to take Nathan Fillion out for a beer ever since I became addicted to Firefly (approximately 12 seconds into the first episode I saw).

          Family Guy has its moments. Then again, so did Ren and Stimpy.

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Here's to you, Douglas Adams.
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