They call me Sean Connery.
Or Kate for short.
Want a quickie?
I shall first tell you that I have no control over my hands on the keyboard. I have come to realize that a saintly sailor controls me like a marionette, leaving my victims (or non-victims) shocked, and slightly soggy. I am terrible at spelling, and grammar, and any function know to the English language. Yes, I am a Vancouverite, but I spell the word 'colour' without the 'u'. Finally, if I ever offend anyone on this site, it's either from, 1; the person(s) being a close-minded idiot. 2; the person(s) harshly treating another user online. Or 3; myself going on a mad-typing spree. Sorry in advance. And now from something completely different...
Favourite Director: Tim Burton, because he is an utter genuis, and is also included as my favourite artist. The down-side is, I do not have the subconscious to create something as great as him. So don't count on any masterpieces of art and literature coming from me.
Favourite Actor: Many people would find it odd that my favourite actor only produced three movies, and died at the age of 24. James Dean is a superb actor, one which many teenagers today would not understand, seeing as how most movies out now are utter four-letter words.
Favourite Music: I love all types of music, from rap to rock, classical to opera, indie to African. My favourite new composer is Danny Elfman, since he is normally sided onto Tim Burton projects, and he is wonderful with getting emotions across through the music. Recommendations: Andrew Bird. Megan Mullally. Frank Sinatra. The Smiths. Bikini Kill. Panic! At The Disco. Archie Star. Crowded House. The Beatles. Rolling Stones. Van Morrison. Tsunami Bomb. The Spill Canvas. The Spice Girls. The Decemberists. Chopin. ect. ect.
Favourite Movies: Just like the music section, my movie section varies and is open to everything. But I am getting annoyed at today's gore and 'chick flick' movies. If I were to choose a favourite movie, it would be Reefer Madness, a musical, a parody, and highly-entertaining lyrics. Another top pick would be Edward Scissorhands. Recommendations: Reefer Madness. Rocky Horror Picture Show. Bridget Jones's Diary. Corpse Bride. Nightmare Before Christmas. Dear Frankie. Edward Scissorhands. Sleepy Hollow. Spirited Away. Classic Disney Films. etc. etc.
I have to urge everyone to read 'The Clouds' by Aristophanes. http://www.mala.bc.ca/~johnstoi/aristophanes/clouds.htm
One of the funniest things I have ever read.