Hi! I’m Ripley. I’m 16, blond.  Green eyes, sometimes red.  See, my dad, Danny, is a terminator.  My mom, Betty, is part alien and part human. And they have eight kids including me. Mike hatched from his egg recently.

So my media and communications teacher, Sameena Usmani, assigned this blog project, and she wants us to explore our identity and use this space to grow, whatever that means.

I don’t know why we can’t just write in an actual journal.  I hate typing!  I have to learn this whole new program, and I am so bad with computers.  I am not good with technology. I know that’s messed up. I mean, I’m part terminator.

I know you’re wondering.  How does that work, right?

My mom lays an egg.  I hang out for a while and hatch into a facehugger which is kinda like a tadpole. The facehugger needs a host to grow, so I look around for someone, a living thing.  My dad always makes sure he’s the only one in the nursery when a baby is about to hatch. I hug Dad’s face and incubate in him, and Dad pushes me out his chest.  I am born.

And since Dad is a terminator, he doesn’t die like humans do after an alien bursts out his body. He just sews himself back up.  It’s really gross. I mean blood and guts and slime are just everywhere.  Really nasty.  He just cleans it all up and looks at me and smiles. He’s a dad again.

Then, Dad adds terminator parts to me, to help me survive in this world.  I have a CPU in my brain, but I still have emotions.  I have some parts in my legs, so I could be a good runner, if I liked sports that is.

But my parents gave me this curse of a name.  Mom adored my great-great grandmother, Ellen Ripley, and Grandpa took the last name of the family he protected, John and Sarah Connor.  Well, he’s not really my Grandpa. But I’ll get into that later.

That’s my deal. I know you’ve learned everything about us from those movies. Problem is, they only show stereotypes. I mean, only a few aliens and terminators are evil and nasty.  I’ll tell how we are in reality.

Do you want to start from the beginning? Here’s my first post from April 14, 2012: Welcome to my World!

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51 responses »

  1. I knew there was alien life here! 😉

  2. If the aliens want to harm us, I really believe they could do that to us long time ago. They are waiting, maybe we become better rivals to them, or become wiser to allow us to talk to them. One or another, not both.

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  4. Alan says:

    Ripley,
    Happy Birthday!
    May your chrome always be shiny!
    Alan

  5. alicematilda says:

    Haha, this is great! The best of two worlds!

  6. Very nice bio – fun ….
    I’ll visit again soon. You sound like you have a
    lot of interesting things to say.
    namaste,
    Isadora

  7. boomiebol says:

    Thanks so much for stopping by my blog

  8. Thanks for stopping by my blog. I sure enjoy this blog, aliens and such, as a matter of fact, I just finished watching Prometheus, so you must be an alien. Such synchronicity. Or is it?

  9. Erie says:

    I just came across your blog, and I successfully transplanted almost every image you’ve shared onto my desktop. Awesome, awesome, awesome.
    You MUST know about this webcomic 🙂 http://alienlovespredator.com/2004/10/12/unavoidable-delay/

    So glad to find a fellow alien/robot!! -E

    • Ripley Connor says:

      Thanks so much for visiting and liking my blog! I really like Alien loves Predator, and I wish he was still writing it! I’m actually going to write about it and other instances of alien-predator friendships. Humans are just so quick to hate anyone who looks different!

      Glad to meet you too!

  10. rigmover says:

    Hey thanks for the like, you have a strange blog here, and I mean that in the nicer’s possible way.

  11. kanzensakura says:

    Thank you visiting and liking. Being one of those oddities of life myself, I totally understand – I’m part Samurai, part Southern woman, part nishkigoi. Which makes me handy with sword, chainsaw, and can breathe underwater. Creator of sushi and bbq ribs. Come back and visit!

  12. bwhartwork says:

    I like your blog a lot so I nominated you for the Liebster Award. See my post here:
    http://bwhartwork.com/2012/11/11/liebster-award/
    A great way to get more bloggers to know about you!

  13. jav3d says:

    Ripley, if You really are 16, you are incredibly talented and I’m sure You could become a professional writer. I’d love to read you when you move beyond disney and hollywood and discover there’s an indcredibly fascinating world out there… but all in due time, I’m sure : )

  14. bwhartwork says:

    Thank you for all the likes on my artwork and checking out my site.

  15. orbphotog says:

    Congratulations! It is my pleasure to nominate you for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award. Well deserved! For more information please visit: http://orbsdelight.wordpress.com/2012/12/12/very-inspiring-blogger-award-nominations/

  16. Mr Rumsey says:

    Just so you know, I have just nominated you for The Very Inspiring Blogger Award 🙂
    http://mrrumsey.wordpress.com/2012/12/18/awards/comment-page-1/#comment-569

  17. Jackie says:

    Thanks so much for visiting my blog and liking my photo! I appreciate it very much. 😀

  18. Nodz says:

    Hi:) Thanks for visiting my blog and liking my post as well, nice to meet you!

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