Hello there! My name is Jenifer
Michelle “Doesn’t Have a Witty Nickname Like Everyone Else” Biggs, and like everyone else here, I was recruited in by Lusipurr after he realized I am a pedantic asinine dork like the rest of the Lusipurr.com staff.
I was born in 1987 in Maryland and currently still live there, though I will be back in Chicago, Illinois later this year. I am currently still an undergrad student, stuck deciding between pre-medicine and pre-law. When I am not studying, I am either playing video games, swimming through the ocean of piss that is the internet, or performing my duties as a professional pet sitter. Before my career was limited to picking up canine excrement, I was one of the unfortunate souls, like a few others here at Lusipurr.com, that worked for GameStop/EB Games. This too required cleaning up shit, though the customers were not cute and fuzzy.
My first video game experience was in 1993, when my older sister picked up Secret of Mana for the SNES. This is and, barring something absolutely earth-shattering, always will be my favorite video game. After that, the Blockbuster video down the street had a copy of Final Fantasy III (VI) that I rented at least thirty times. The slippery slope to addiction started there, with Square Soft/Enix/Squeenix being my primary source of electronic narcotic. Then around 1995, NBC started showing Sailor Moon at dawn, followed by Ronin Warriors (Yoroiden Samurai Troopers). In addition to giving me a lifelong addiction to anime, I also spent the majority of my childhood thinking that turning 14 meant I would become a magical girl that would save the world. You can imagine my disappointment when my cat did not give me a pretty wand to spin around with.
Regardless, video games and anime still play a significant part in my life. I own a Playstation 3, a Nintendo Wii, a Nintendo DS, and a pretty good gaming PC. I am partial to RPGs, but I enjoy mindless violence from time to time. When I move back to Illinois, I will also have access to a Sony PSP and an XBox 360, but I cannot access them very well from 700 miles away, so you will have to bear with me. I also watch several anime series a year, both newer and older, as well as attending as many conventions as I can afford.
With my experience at anime and gaming conventions, as well as having dorky otaku friends, I have learned very quickly what an amazing, depraved, and amazingly depraved bunch we can be. The slimmest shred of news about our favorite series causes us to go into a ballistic frenzy of which there is no return until we get our grubby little fingers on our delicious digital orgasm. My task here at Lusipurr.com will be to provide you, our fanatic readers, with the news you so desperately want. And even if you do not want it, many of the stories about lonely losers can make you feel better about having slightly more of a life than they do.
Besides, you still have more of a life than any of us do. Pat yourselves on the back, readers, you deserve it. No you do not, but do it anyway, it pleases me.