Heyhowsitgoing? I'm Jimmy, I'm also good at Doom. I main as a sniper in most games (don't hate), I main on Bass in the music world, and I main as Johnny Cage in MK9. I have also been to Maine several times, but as I did nothing interesting there, I shall discuss it no further. I love most things Japanese, The Clash is my favorite band ever, and Joe Strummer is the greatest inspiration in my life for music, and just life in general. Ramen noodles are also a big part of my life. They're always there for me when other food is too expensive. Also, one of the things I enjoy most in life is enjoying a cold glass of apple juice while playing a game of Counter-Strike. Also, look up my band, we're called The Offer Still Stands.


Doom, MK9, and music are what I'm best at. I spend a lot of my time with FPS, but would overall say that music simulation takes the cake for my favorite genre. I enjoy Rock Band and Guitar Hero, but my main interest lies in Japanese music simulation, such as Beatmania, Guitar Freaks, and the like. All tied for my top favorite game are Doom, Super Mario 64, and MK9. Aside from video games, I like skateboarding, listening to music, and playing guitar, bass, drums, and singing. I'm currently in a post-hardcore band called The Offer Still Stands, look us up! Apple juice is just how I roll. It's not just a drink, it's a lifestyle. This delicious, refreshing beverage has hydrated me through many sleepless nights of gaming and band practice. Also, I really enjoy food. I don't eat very often, but when I do, it's usually at a place in Haverhill that goes by the name of Tacos Lupita; if you're ever lost in Massachusetts and are unfortunate enough to end up in Haverhill, I suggest more than anything that you buy a burrito. Down the street from there is an amazing sushi place as well, so take your pick. My cat is a BEAST! He's 16 years old and still puts his life on the line to try and eat my cereal, THAT is dedication. I'm very social, and one of my favorite things to do is to just walk around a crowded area and meet new people. Fellow id Software fans make me happier than I can describe. As a child, I grew up with the FPS games of the time, and can't find much interest in newer FPS like Battlefield, or Call of Duty. As much as I love old-school FPS, I play a very mixed bag of games. Super Mario 64 and the Katamari series have both brought tears to my eyes due to my love for them, I like to think I'm not a tool.


I went to the place where every white face is an invitation to robbery. Sitting here in my safe European home, don't wanna go back there again.

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Jimmy Richardson

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