Name: Jennifer Gedonius
Born: 1976 in Chicago, IL
Currently occupies: Chicago, IL
Profession: Apprentice Low Voltage Electrician/Electronic Service Electrician
(currently job searching, please email me to request a resume if you feel I may be a good fit for your company!
Stuff I like: Anime, Manga, Cosplay, Board Games, Video Games, Harry Potter, Star Trek, Star Wars, Musicals, British Comedies, Fantasy and Sci-Fi(not SYFY), in general.
I’m never good at these “about me” things, besides, it not easy to judge how people really are online. It’s never really easy to judge who people really are by a profile, except for knowing you have the same interests, and all that jazz. The real way to really get to know someone is to meet them in person, and get to know them in real life, discussing real life issues.
This website is about the journey of my life, experiences, feelings, thoughts, fandoms and opinions and some of which may not be always positive, and some of which I’m sure you may not agree with. All I ask is that you keep an open mind while you travel through my website.
I’m a straightforward, honest, blunt, tell-it-like-it-is person, who is loyal to those who call me a friend. I do not partake in smoking or drinking. I believe that life can be enjoyed without the use of drugs and alcohol, and other addictive substances. I value honesty, respect, and dignity to and from all forms of life. I cannot understand nor tolerate hatred/discrimination based on race, sex, sexual orientation, lifestyle, or religion. I expect people to be held accountable and responsible for his/her own actions. I’m never afraid to question authority, and I fight for what I believe in. I vote for whom I believe will do a better job. I have few friends, as I have trouble making friends, especially with those of the female gender, perhaps because of my straightforward nature. *shrug* I am deathly allergic to seafood/fish/shellfish of any kind.
I own/operate (est, October 2000) an independent anime/manga club in Chicago named Japanese Anime People of Chicago.