Unfortunately, I am a human, but I do think the concept of anarchololcats is appealing. I am in ur factoriez, seizin' ur means of production. I briefly considered doing this entire post in lolspeak and then realized how irritating would be. Forgive my incoherence and silliness, it is 2:00 AM here. And now for a mini-biography I first got interested in punk at 11. During this time I also got fairly into old school goth rock and death rock. I was a pretty badass kid. This lasted up until age 13, where a really bad situation partially stemming out of my being eccentric (thus perceived as dangerous) came up, and I attempted to bury my personality until I dropped out of high school at 16. Even then, I never managed to bury it totally. I rediscovered my love of goth and punk music several months after leaving high school. I don't quite consider myself a punk or a goth, but I do really appreciate the music and have serious respect for people who follow the lifestyles. I might someday myself, but I don't feel I qualify for either terms at the moment. I first got interested in anarchism at 16, when the economy collapsed. Before that I did vaguely feel that capitalism wasn't working, but I thought the alternative was Stalinism, so I basically was a very depressed social democrat. I did deeply resent and distrust authority on a personal level, but I didn't think it would be possible to abolish it. After the economy collapsed, however, I felt that capitalism was not working in any way, so I started seriously looking into the alternatives. My first interest in anticapitalism was in democratic socialism, but when I found out about anarchism, my whole world-view changed. I am 18, and consider myself an anarchafeminist and an anarchocommunist for the most part, though my views are a little more complex than that. I was going to explain them, but I am about to collapse at my computer so I won't.