Originally Posted by grey matters
I like names that have multiple meanings. The first reason why I chose Grey matters was out of the irritation (almost exasperation) and frustration from being surrounded by mostly illogical and frivolous people, therefore I feel the need to point out that gray matter really does matter. Secondly I am going gray, with age comes wisdom and that matters also. Thirdly I don't believe that everything is or should be either black or white, gray matters also.
To give you a fourth meaning, grey matter is a major component to your brain!
I've had this username on various forums and on AIM for years, so why not continue it? "Jones" seemed like a neutral and ambiguous name, and with the title "civilian" it's only more meaningless. I'm not sure why I wanted an ambiguous or meaningless name- probably something to do with the INTP-brand of self doubt & lack of self confidence.
I was filled with a desire to play warcraft 3 during a mental trip. But I didn't want to play under my normal username, because I was most likely going to do terrible. The solution was easy enough: Make a new account. But then I reached an enigma... what should my username be??? How can any 16-alphanumeric phrase express who I am
?? If I can't properly express who I am, can I atleast choose a name that is neutral? Every word I thought of had A LOT of emotional impact. Furthermore everytime I thought of a word my Ne would show me a connection to something really significant. I ended up using 16 random numbers. And I lost my game badly, but it was pretty.