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Cassie Whitt

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Don't let her habit of detachedly referring to others as "humans" fool you. Miss Whitt—known around the seedy, MCR underbelly of the web as "Cassie The Venomous"—is, indeed, of your species, reader. She is cursed with tremendous empathy and a virtually nonexistent temper, which she supplements with a collection of rage-filled music she relates to on a level most strange.

Born an only child at the dawn of the '90s, Whitt spent her early life (read: pre-home-internet) hanging out with the ghosts who haunted her house, making up tales, collecting and absorbing the powers of pretty rocks and seeing how far she could get lost in the woods before she got in trouble. She still sometimes does at least one of those things. 

She was voted "Most Artistic" in high school, which amounts to: "She has red and black hair; I bet she draws and stuff." But she really does "draw and stuff." Her preferred medium is ink and she wishes she had as much time as she once did to create visual art. 

During her formative years, she saw My Chemical Romance live 21 times, which aided her continued belief in magic, music and forces of good in the world.
Full disclosure: She loves MCR more than most people will ever love anything.

Whitt currently resides in the Cleveland area with her thoughts, no less than 75 journals and a moody cockatiel named Doctor Zeropercent, where she acts as video content overlord of the website you're reading.

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The Webways MCRmy The Webways: Interview: Cassie Whitt, MCRchivist & Music Journalist
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