I have lived in Reno, Nevada since I was just a little kid, and I always wanted to leave. Nevada was too much with it's oppressive dry heat, open expanses of multi-hued brown, and the people with whom I never quite seemed to belong. I spent my childhood running away to sunny beaches and mountains and forests, and always longed to live in a place that felt like those places did to me.
Toy Story 4
This franchise has quite literally spanned my entire existence so far. The first film came out when I was one year and eight months old. Obviously I didn't see then, and I'm not sure when I did exactly. It's a classic.
Five Nights At Freddy's
For ages I have been obsessed with decoding the mystery of this franchise. I've seen all the play-throughs, watched all of the Game Theorist videos, and filled notebooks with my ramblings trying to puzzle it all out.
Nevada is an incredible place. It's the sort of thing that nobody realizes until they live here, and sometimes not even then. Most of Nevada is a vast, dry desert. At first glance, it can seem painfully, dully brown. On closer look however, the sun paints magnificent colors in the sky and speckles of colors exist everywhere if you know where to look for them. The quiet and the stars are magnificent.