iJim

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About me

Gender MALE
Location United Kingdom
Introduction Hi, iJim here, so you clicked the about me page which means only one thing. You want to know who or what I am. Well, where to start. I am Jim or iJim, I am a huge horror and Scifi movie fan, huge. I am also a bit of a monster lore nerd, I just hate it when movie creators get basic monster lore wrong or are just too lazy to research things properly; The Twilight Saga as a case in point. Vampires do not sparkle in sunlight, they burn or explode and die and no, they do not posses a magical artefact which helps them walk in the sun. They just dont. Anyway, I am also a huge zombie fan, if there is a movie or TV show which has zombies as part of it, you can guarantee I will be watching it or making plans to watch it, this is where the i in iJim comes in, the i stands for infected, thus infected Jim. As well as being a huge horror fan I am also an instructor in the Army Cadet Force, a prepper, a big outdoorsy person, a husband and father to 4 wonderful children, five dogs, three cats, a tortoise and my son's snek
Interests Watching Sci-fi and horror movies, walking, blogging, making podcasts and YouTube videos, Out doors stuff, Wilderness and urban survival, learning how to stay alive in a post apocalyptic world
Favorite Movies Wuthering Hights, The Matrix, Highlander, Brave Heart, ZombieLand, Dawn of the Dead, Priest
Favorite Music My music tastes are varied depending on the mood I am in, I will listen to anything from Classical music (Pachelbel`s Canon in D) to Mongolian Heavy metal
Favorite Books Wuthering Hights, Fluke, Slither, Rats, The Layer, The Longest Walk, Astrophysics and Quantum Dynamics

Why does the color blue mean raspberry-flavored?

Because the world is actually black and white, objects in our world absorb the colours from the light spectrum, the colours that the object can not absorb are reflected back out. It is the reflected colours that we see as a colourful world. This is why everything looks black and white at night.. No sunlight