Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Video Games I Want to Play

ActRaiser - SNES
Castlevania - SNES
Zombies Ate My Neighbors - SNES
The Last of Us - PS3
Dragon Age - PS3
Dragon Age 2 - PS3
Mother 3
Chrono Trigger

Final Fantasy
Final Fantasy II
Final Fantasy III
Final Fantasy IV
Final Fantasy V
Final Fantasy VI
Final Fantasy VIII
Final Fantasy X (played, but never beat)
Final Fantasy X-2
Final Fantasy XI
Final Fantasy XII (played but never beat)
Final Fantasy XIII
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles

Zelda: Oracle of Seasons (pbnb)
Zelda: Link's Awakening
The Legend of Zelda (pbnb)
Zelda II: The Adventure of Link (pbnb)
Zelda: Phantom Hourglass
Zelda: Spirit Tracks

Thursday, June 6, 2013

Every Video Game I've Played

Zelda II: The Adventure of Link
Super Mario Brothers
Super Mario Brothers 2
Super Mario Brothers 3
Bubble Bobble

Super Mario World
Donkey Kong Country
Donkey Kong Country 3
Street Fighter
Mortal Combat
Zelda: A Link to the Past
Mario Kart
Star Fox
Mario Paint
Final Fantasy VI

Super Mario 64
Mario Kart
Zelda Ocarina of Time
Zelda Majoras Mask
Donkey Kong
Mario Party
Mario Party 2
Mario Party 3
Star Fox 64
Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards
Paper Mario
Yoshi's Story
Pokemon Snap
Pokemon Stadium
Diddy Kong Racing
Rush 2
Mario Tennis

Super Mario Sunshine
Super Smash Brothers Melee
Zelda Windwaker
Zelda Twilight Princess
Mario Kart Double Dash
Animal Crossing
Harvest Moon
Mario Party 4
Zelda: Four Swords Adventures

Zelda: Skyward Sword
Just Dance 3
Just Dance 2
Just Dance 4
Abba Dance
Wii Sports
Wii Play
Mario Kart
New Super Mario Brothers Wii
Lego Harry Potter Years 1-4

Final Fantasy VII
Final Fantasy IX

Dark Cloud
Kingdom Hearts
Kingdom Hearts 2
Final Fantasy X
Final Fantasy XII
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
Jak and Daxter

Donkey Kong
Super Mario Land
Tiny Toons
Pac Man
Pokemon Red
Zelda: Link's Awakening

Gameboy Color
Zelda: Oracle of Seasons
Zelda: Oracle of Ages
Pokemon Yellow
Pokemon Silver
Pokemon Pinball

Gameboy Advance
Wario Ware Inc.
Zelda: Four Swords
Final Fantasy Tactics
Zelda: Minish Cap

Nintendo DS
Brain Age
Big Brain Academy
Pokemon Black
New Super Mario Brothers

Zelda: A Link Between Worlds
Final Fantasy Theatrhythm
Animal Crossing: A New Leaf
Pokemon Y
Final Fantasy Theatrhythm: Curtain Call

PS3,  Xbox, and others
Dragon Age
Nintendo World
Heavy Rain
Settlers of Catan

Wii U
Nintendo Land
Super Mario 3D World
Mario Kart 8
Super Smash Brothers for Wii U

The Stanley Parable
Gone Home
Papers Please
Organ Trail

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Charities with Personal Fundraising Options

My list of charities with options for personal fundraising. In other words, charities that have an option to create a "fund" page where you can direct people to donate directly to the charity and keep track of how much money you're raising.

Direct Relief

PetSmart Charities

Boys and Girls Clubs of America

Alzheimer's Foundation of America

Best Friend's Animal Society

Parkinson's Disease Foundation

Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network

Big Brothers Big Sisters

Make a Wish Foundation

Ali Forney Center (for homeless LGBT youth)

The Trevor Project

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

Saturday, April 20, 2013

My top 10 movies of 2012

I normally come up with a top 10 list, and I suppose I am this year too...however, know that after spot number six or seven, it starts to get rather shaky. While on some level I enjoyed all these movies, I don't know that the last few slots deserve to be on my top ten list. Their presence makes me wish I'd seen more movies in 2012. (The first four are VERY solid however, and the next few I think would have a good chance of at least being on the list even if I had seen more).

1. Life of Pi

2. Silver Linings Playbook

3. The Sessions

4. The Perks of Being a Wallflower

5. Zero Dark Thirty

6. Argo

7. Moonrise Kingdom

8. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

9. Les Miserables

10. Django Unchained

Sunday, April 14, 2013

Queer Lit Reading List (Diversity in American Literature Final Project)

Zami: A New Spelling of My Name - Audre Lorde
Black, lesbian, feminist Audre Lorde writes what she calls a "biomythography" blending the actual events of her life with literary embellishment. Zami, which is a name for women who work together as friends and lovers, weaves the different events of her lives together into a tale of lesbianism, feminism, racial issues, and the relations we have with each other.

Rubyfruit Jungle - Rita Mae Brown
A semi-autobiographical coming-of-age lesbian story taking place in the 1950's and early 1960's....(more)

Faggots - Larry Kramer
The story of a gay man trying to find love and a long-term relationship amidst a hyper-sexual, post-stonewall, pre-AIDS, drug abusing, New York, gay subculture.

People in Trouble - Sarah Schulman
Set in New York in the late 1980's the story follows three individuals--a woman, her husband, and her lesbian lover--as they navigate a world of AIDS, gentrification, art, self-identity, and guerrilla gay activism.

Two People - David Windham
A story about a love affair between two men. One a middle-aged American, the other a much younger Italian. Published four years before Stonewall, the work was largely forgotten for several decades and was just recently re-printed.

Strange Brother - Blair Niles

Marriage Below Zero - Allan Dale

Imre: A Memorandum - Xavier Mayne

King's Row - Henry Bellaman

Another Country - James Baldwin

Paul's Case - Willa Cather

The Lost Weekend - Charles Jackson

The Fall of Valor - Charles Jackson

Christopher and His Kind - Christopher Isherwood
A memoir of the author's time spent in Berlin (where there was a flourishing gay subculture) during the 1930's until he left with the rise of the Nazis.  Isherwood was born and raised in England, but moved to America after leaving Berlin and became a U.S. citizen in 1946.

The Gallery - John Horne Burns

Kiss of the Spider Woman - Manuel Puig

The Men From the Boys - William J. Mann

Angels in America - Tony Kushner
A story of life set in the mid 1980's at the height of the AIDS crisis, this play follows an unlikely cast of characters from diverse backgrounds (gay, jewish, black, Mormon) as they deal with sickness, repressed sexuality, guilt, religion, loneliness, addiction, and fear.  In what Kushner describes as a "gay fantasia" the action often deviates from common perception of reality.

The Normal Heart - Larry Kramer
Written in the mid-80's by a gay activist at the forefront of AIDS activism in a time when very little was known about the disease, this semi-autobiographical play deals with the lack of government response to a pandemic in which people were dying from a disease they didn't understand. Amidst such horror, the play manages to be a story of love, hope, and fighting to survive.

A Single Man - Christopher Isherwood

Howl - Allen Ginsberg

Bertram Cope's Year - Henry Blake Fuller
Published in 1919, it was one of the first positive portrayals of a homosexual couple in American literature. In order for such a story to be published, the homosexuality of the characters had to be disguised to the point that it is never explicitely stated and one must very much "read between the lines" to understand what is actually going on. This however becomes a fun sort of game of figuring out what the story is about.  Aditionally, this period piece of romances provides and interesting look into how an author must censor himself in order to escape being censored entirely.

The City and the Pillar - Gore Vidal
The first American novel to portray a young homosexual man openly and in a positive light. It centers around ____ who, after high school, journey's around the world and and explore's the homosexual subcultures of America, all the while longing after his high school friend ____ with whom he had one brief sexual encounter with (when).

Giovanni's Room - James Baldwin


De Profundis

The Laramie Project
Tectonic Theatre Project's docu-drama about the residents of Laramie, Wyoming processing the hate-based murder of Matthew Shepherd that took place in their own town.

I Am My Own Wife

Maurice - E.M. Forster
Written in 1913, but not published due to censorship until 1971, Maurice is a love story in which the upper middle-class title character explores his sexuality from private school, to University, to the working world.  It is an interesting look at homosexuality in a time when it was starting to get discussed slightly more openly but when it was still a crime in Great Britain where the book takes place.

Stop Kiss

Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Out of Context

"Please tell me you've seen a right leg; a cleanly severed right leg." -Grey's Anatomy

"How is one bloody, hairy leg going to destroy my career" - Grey's Anatomy

"I used to tell the truth all the time when I was evil." -Buffy

"Shouldn't we stab him through the chest? Isn't that what we do when these things happen?" -Buffy

"It was kind of like when I used to get ulcers in high school, only at the end I became one with light and hope" -Buffy

"It's a loop. It's like the mummy hand. I'm doomed to replace these windows forever and all eternity." -Buffy

"It's like, one second you're like this klutzy teenage with fake memories and a history of kleptomania, and then, then suddenly you're a hero. A hero with a much abbreviated life-span." -Buffy

"We did a big orange powerful spell." -Buffy

"It's like a gay bar, with demons." -Buffy

"When a cow gets old and loses an eye or it's ability to be milked, the farm takes it and puts it in a different pasture so it won't have to fight with the priests." -Buffy

"And what was the highlight of our relationship? When you broke up with me or when I killed you?" -Buffy

"Well, there was this other apocalypse this one time and...I took off." -Buffy

"Hey, party in my eye-socket and everyone's invited!" - Buffy

"I'm supposed to be having lunch with my husband, instead I'm elbow deep in a nazi's gut." -Grey's Anatomy

"I wish I was born into a family with a slingshot instead of one with a waterwheel." -Twilight Princess

"Look at your hands. They're hams! Mine are little geniuses." - Grey's Anatomy

Saturday, March 30, 2013

Some thoughts on the gay marriage debate.

Two things I posted to facebook recently on the subject of gay marriage:

Posted to Facebook on 3/28/13
You'll all have noticed that gay marriage has become a major topic of discussion on Facebook again. When the red equal signs started popping up, I was overwhelmed with happiness at just how many of my straight friends (several straight Mormon friends even) had them as their profile pictures. However, after the days progressed, I was surprised at how many anti-gay marriage posts I saw on certain people's walls. There were a couple of my Facebook friends I was completely expecting it from, while others took me quite off guard and at first I wasn't entirely sure why. All of them are Mormon, and while the LDS church has been taking every opportunity it can get to declare it’s not really as anti-gay as everyone thinks it is, gay marriage has been the one area where they have frequently and consistently held firm. So, why did seeing these people’s anti-gay marriage posts surprise me?

I’m a gay man, I have a lot of gay friends, and I dedicate a large amount of time to studying gay culture, history, and issues. Because of this, I know personally, through the accounts of my friends, and through other first-hand accounts many of the ramifications of not being able to get married to your partner. It makes it difficult to be declared as the legal guardian of your own children if you’re not their biological parent, it makes it impossible to sponsor a non-American spouse for citizenship the way a straight couple would be able to, it can make hospital visitation rights difficult if not impossible, it bars you from all sorts of tax and other financial benefits granted to married couples, it even can bar you from something as simple as getting as much federal grant money for college as you could if you were married, as well as keeping you from literally thousands of other benefits married couples receive. These are just the legal benefits without even beginning to delve into the social benefits, of which there are many.

Being in this group of people that is currently barred from these rights, I take the issue more personally than I might take some other issues. With that in mind, I realized why I was so shocked and even hurt by these people’s posts opposing marriage equality. I like these people. They are my friends on Facebook for a reason, and that’s because I think they’re wonderful. So when I see these wonderful people expressing the opinion that I, along with millions of others, shouldn't have the same rights that they do, it hurts. While the amount of my Facebook friends who are openly supporting marriage equality on their pages is still overwhelmingly greater than those who are doing the opposite, it makes me sad to see such wonderful people doing such an unwonderful thing.

Posted to Facebook on 3/30/13 
A few days ago, I created a post expressing my feelings of sadness and hurt at the actions of my Facebook friends who have posted anti-marriage equality material to their profiles.  I said that it took me off guard because I didn't expect such wonderful people to do such an unwonderful thing.  I stressed both the impacts that banning gay marriage has on individuals as well as how wonderful I still think all of my Facebook friends are in spite of the horrible things that some of them are doing. While I stand by everything I said, in this new post I feel like I need to make my feelings about any posts or actions that are anti-marriage equality a little bit more clear. So here is my message to anyone who opposes the legalization of gay marriage:

How dare you? How dare you tell me what rights I should or should not have? How dare you take your religious beliefs (which you have every right to) and try to force an entire population to live by them? THAT is religious oppression. That is you telling me that what I believe is not allowed in this country where we supposedly hold freedom of religion to be so dear. That is you telling me that my love and my life are somehow less significant or important than yours.  You can say that you love me. You can say that you have compassion for all people.  However, when you tell me that I should not have the simple right to legally declare my love for the person of my choosing, you are not showing love or compassion for anybody. How can you be so arrogant to think that you should have something that I should not? Some people say that marriage equality advocates get offended too easily, or that they can't have a conversation without getting angry, mean, or upset when you express a different opinion.  It is entirely true that they tend to get upset, emotional, or offended more easily than those opposing gay marriage. Of course they do. They are the ones who have an entire portion of their lives at stake, while you have absolutely nothing to lose no matter the outcome.  I usually try to remain as civil as I possibly can when engaging in marriage debates, however I want you to know right now that when you express the opinion that gay people should have less rights than you do, I have absolutely no respect for you.

Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Some favorite TV episodes by show.

Working to create a list of my favorite episodes of TV (probably only allowing one per show). This is my brainstorming.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer
The Body
Once More, With Feeling

Conversations With Dead People
Who Are You?
Villains/Two to Go/Grave
The Gift
The Yoko Factor/Primevil
Graduation Day
Lies My Parents Told Me
Tabula Rasa
The Prom

Six Feet Under
Everyone's Waiting

The One Where Everybody Finds Out

How I Met Your Mother
Slap Bet

The Duckling (parts 1 and 2)

Abed's Uncontrollable Christmas

Joan of Arcadia
The Uncertainty Principle

Sal Perri

The Last Airbender
The Puppetmaster
The Ember Island Players

Saturday, January 12, 2013

2012 Oscars Competition!!!

Okay, here are the rules. You send your Oscar predictions for EVERY category to me at tenant86@yahoo.com (preferably with the subject "Oscar Competition") by the beginning of the Awards broadcast on February 24th and I'll tally up how many everybody gets correct. Whoever gets the most correct gets a knitted item from me (tell me what you want, if I can make it, I'll make it. If I can't, I'll try. If I still can't, you pick something else...but I'm willing to be ambitious if you give me time).  Should there be a tie, I'll knit all of the winners something (it'll just take a bit longer).

I'll except any predictions I receive before 8:30 P.M. Eastern Time (7:30 Central, 6:30 Mountain, 5:30 Pacific)

Here is a link to the nominees

Here are the categories:

Best Picture
Actor in a Leading Role
Actress in a Leading Role
Actor in a Supporting Role
Actress in a Supporting Role
Animated Feature Film
Costume Design
Documentary Feature
Documentary Short
Film Editing
Foreign Language Film
Makeup and Hairstyling
Music (Original Score)
Music (Original Song)
Production Design (formally Art Direction)
Animated Short
Live Action Short
Sound Editing
Sound Mixing
Visual Effects
Writing (Adapted)
Writing (Original)

Thursday, January 10, 2013

Zelda Favorites

I'm currently playing through all of the Zelda games in chronological order, and since I love lists, I'm going to make some top ten lists for the games.  For now, this is where I'm posting the nominees. They may or may not be in any sort of order yet.

Best Link:
Ocarina of Time/Majora's Mask
Skyward Sword
Twilight Princess
Minish Cap
Four Swords Adventures
Four Swords
A Link to the Past
A Link Between Worlds
Oracle of Ages/Seasons
Link's Awakening
Wind Waker

Best Zelda:
Ocarina of Time
Twilight Princess
Skyward Sword
Minish Cap
Four Swords Adventures
Four Swords
A Link to the Past
A Link Between Worlds
Oracle of Ages/Seasons
Zelda II: The Adventure of Link
Wind Waker

Best Final Boss:
Demise - Skyward Sword
Vaati - Minish Cap
Vaati - Four Swords
Ganondorf - Ocarina of Time
Majora - Majora's Mask
Ganon - Twilight Princess
Vaati - Four Swords Adventures
Ganon - A Link to the Past
Yuga - A Link Between Worlds
Veran - Oracle of Ages
Onox - Oracle of Seasons
Twinrova/Ganon - Oracle of Seasons/Ages
Shadow Nightmares - Link's Awakening

Best character other than Zelda or Link:
Groose - Skyward Sword
Impa - Skyward Sword
Fi - Skyward Sword
Ghirahim - Skyward Sword
Ezlo - Minish Cap
Navi - Ocarina of Time
Great Deku Tree - Ocarina of Time
Saria - Ocarina of Time
Mido - Ocarina of Time
Darunia - Ocarina of Time
Ruto - Ocarina of Time
Malon - Ocarina of Time
Impa - Ocarina of Time
Nabooru - Ocarina of Time
Kaepora Gaebora - Ocarina of Time
Twinrova - Ocarina of Time
Happy Mask Salesman - Majora's Mask
Skull Kid - Majora's Mask
Tatl - Majora's Mask
Tael - Majora's Mask
Anju - Majora's Mask
Kafei - Majora's Mask
Romani - Majora's Mask
Cremia - Majora's Mask
Pamela - Majora's Mask
Midna - Twilight Princess
Malo - Twilight Princess
Collin - Twilight Princess
Shad - Twilight Princess
Thelma - Twilight Princess
Sahasrahla - A Link to the Past
Gulley - A Link Between Worlds
Osfala - A Link Between Worlds
Irene - A Link Between Worlds
Impa - A Link Between Worlds
Oren - A Link Between Worlds
Hilda - A Link Between Worlds
Ravio - A Link Between Worlds
Nayru - Oracle of Ages
Impa - Oracle of Ages/Seasons
Ralph - Oracle of Ages
Maku Tree - Oracle of Ages
Ambi - Oracle of Ages
Din - Oracle of Ages
Maku Tree - Oracle of Seasons
Marin - Link's Awakening
The Owl - Link's Awakening

Best Dungeon:
Inside the Deku Tree - Ocarina of Time
Forest Temple - Ocarina of Time
Fire Temple - Ocarina of Time
Water Temple - Ocarina of Time
Shadow Temple - Ocarina of Time
Spirit Temple - Ocarina of Time
Ganon's Castle - Ocarina of Time
Sky Keep - Skyward Sword
Skyview Temple - Skyward Sword
Palace of Winds - Minish Cap
Great Bay Temple - Majora's Mask
Stone Tower Temple - Majora's Mask
Forest Temple - Twilight Princess
Goron Mines - Twilight Princess
Lakebed Temple - Twilight Princess
Arbiter's Grounds - Twilight Princess
Snowpeak Ruins - Twilight Princess
Temple of Time - Twilight Princess
Palace of Twilight - Twilight Princess
Swamp Palace - A Link to the Past
Thieves' Town - A Link to the Past
Thieves' Hideout - A Link Between Worlds
Lorule Castle - A Link Between Worlds

Best Pseudo/Mini Dungeon:
Ice Cavern - Ocarina of Time
Bottom of the Well - Ocarina of Time
Gerudo's Fortress - Ocarina of Time
Pirate Stronghold - Skyward Sword
Pirate's Fortress - Majora's Mask
Oceanside Spider House - Majora's Mask
Beneath the Well - Majora's Mask
Ikana Castle - Majora's Mask
Room of Rites - Oracle of Seasons/Ages

Best Boss:
Big Green Chuchu - Minish Cap
Gleerok - Minish Cap
Mazaal - Minish Cap
Big Octorok - Minish Cap
Gyorg Pair - Minish Cap
Gohma - Ocarina
King Dodongo - Ocarina
Barinade - Ocarina of Time
Phantom Ganon - Ocarina of Time
Volvagia - Ocarina of Time
Morpha - Ocarina of Time
Bongo Bongo - Ocarina of Time
Twinrova - Ocarina of Time
Ghirahim - Skyward Sword
The Imprisoned - Skyward Sword
Scaldera - Skyward Sword
Koloktos - Skyward Sword
Tentalus - Skyward Sword
Bilocyte - Skyward Sword
Big Manhandla - Four Swords
Goht - Majora's Mask
Twinmold - Majora's Mask
Stallord - Twilight Princess
Zant - Twilight Princess
Phantom Ganon - Four Swords Adventures
Helmaroc King - Four Swords Adventures
Armos Knights - A Link to the Past
Moldorm - A Link to the Past
Arrghus - A Link to the Past
Trinexx - A Link to the Past
Gigabari - Link Between Worlds
Yuga - Link Between Worlds (Eatern Palace/Hyrule Castle)
Margomill - Link Between Worlds
Knucklemaster - Link Between Worlds
Stalblind - Link Between Worlds
Zaganaga - Link Between Worlds
Dharkstare - Link Between Worlds
Grinexx - Link Between Worlds
Shadow Hag - Oracle of Ages
Smog - Oracle of Ages
Facade - Link's Awakening
Gohma - Wind Waker
Kalle Demos - Wind Waker

Best Mini-boss:
Lizalfos - Ocarina of Time (Dodongo's Cavern)
Bigocto - Ocarina of Time (Inside Lord Jabu-Jabu's Belly)
Poe Sisters - Ocarina of Time (Forest Temple)
Flare Dancers - Ocarina of Time (Fire Temple)
Dark Link - Ocarina of Time (Water Temple)
Dead Hand - Ocarina of Time (Inside the Well)
Iron Knuckle - Ocarina of Time (Spirit Temple)
Darknut/Red Darknut/Black Knight - Minish Cap
Stalmaster - Skyward Sword
Wizrobe - Majora's Mask
Wart - Majora's Mask
Skull Keeta - Majora's Mask
King Igos du Ikana - Majora's Mask
Garo Master - Majora's Mask
Gomess - Majora's Mask
Ook - Twilight Princess
Dangoro - Twilight Princess
Manhandla - Four Swords Adventures
Subterror - Oracle of Ages
Facade - Oracle of Seasons
Poe Sisters - Oracle of Seasons
Mothula - Wind Waker

Best Location:
The Moon - Majora's Mask
Dark Link Room - Ocarina of Time
Temple of Time - Ocarina of Time (3DS...original is good too)
Chamber of Sages - Ocarina of Time
Sacred Forest Realm - Ocarina of Time
Silent Realms - Skyward Sword
Forest Temple Torch Room - Ocarina of Time
Dodongo's Cavern Main Entrance - Ocarina of Time
Elemental Sanctuary - Minish Cap
Inside Size Changing Platforms - Minish Cap
Isle of Songs - Skyward Sword
Sealed Grounds - Skyward Sword
Sealed Temple - Skyward Sword
Temple of Time - Skyward Sword
Royal Valley - Minish Cap
Torch Entrance to Shadow Temple - Ocarina of Time
Royal Family Crypt - Ocarina of Time
Dead Hyrule Castle Town - Ocarina of Time
Snowhead - Majora's Mask
Lake Hylie and the Great Bridge of Hylia - Twilight Princess
Stallord Boss Arena - Twilight Princess
Mirror Chamber - Twilight Princess
City in the Sky Boss Arena - Twilight Princess
Empty Boss Room - A Link to the Past
Pyramid of Power - A Link to the Past
1st Dark World Entrance - A Link to the Past
Lost Woods - A Link to the Past
Room of Rites - Oracle of Seasons/Ages
Montain Thing w/ Egg - Link's Awakening

Best "Mythic" Character Thing:
Faron, The Water Dragon - Skyward Sword
Eldin, The Fire Dragon - Skyward Sword
Lanayru, The Thunder Dragon - Skyward Sword
Levias - Skyward Sword
Great Deku Tree - Ocarina of Time
The Great Deku Tree Sprout - Ocarina of Time
Lord Jabu-Jabu - Ocarina of Time
Din/Nayru/Farore - Ocarina of Time
Four Giants - Majora's Mask
Sea Turtle - Majora's Mask
Ordona - Twilight Princess
Faron - Twilight Princess
Eldin - Twilight Princess
Lanayru - Twilight Princess
Rutela - Twilight Princess
Maku Tree - Oracle of Ages
Maku Tree - Oracle of Seasons
The Wind Fish - Link's Awakening
Valoo - Wind Waker
The Great Deku Tree - Wind Waker
Jabun - Wind Waker
Zephos - Wind Waker
Cyclos - Wind Waker

Best Companion:
Fi - Skyward Sword
Ezlo - Minish Cap
Navi - Ocarina of Time
Tatl - Majora's Mask
Midna - Twilight Princess
The King of Red Lions - Wind Waker
Sahasrahla - A Link to the Past
Maku Tree - Oracle of Ages
Maku Tree - Oracle of Seasons
The Owl - Link's Awakening

Temple of Time - Ocarina of Time
Ganon's Castle - Ocarina of Time
Spirit Temple - Ocarina of Time
Sky Keep - Skyward Sword
Temple of Time - Skyward Sword
That thing in Faron Woods - Skyward Sword
Clock Tower - Majora's Mask
Snowhead - Majora's Mask
Woodfall - Majora's Mask
Stone Towers - Majora's Mask
Great Bridge of Hylia - Twilight Princess
Hyrule Castle - Twilight Princess
Ganon's Tower - A Link to the Past
Pyramid of Power - A Link to the Past
Black Tower - Oracle of Ages
Tower of the Gods - Wind Waker

Best Great Fairy Design:
Minish Cap/Four Swords
Ocarina of Time/Majora's Mask
Four Swords Adventures
A Link to the Past
A Link Between Worlds
Oracle of Ages/Seasons
Wind Waker

Best Race (that sounds so offensive):
Kikwi - Skyward Sword
Mogma - Skyward Sword
Parella - Skyward Sword
"Ancient Robots" - Skyward Sword
Minish - Minish Cap
Kokiri - Ocarina of Time (evolve into Koroks)
Goron - Ocarina of Time +
Zora - Ocarina of Time + (evolve into Rito)
Deku - Majora's Mask +
Garo - Majora's Mask
Yeti - Twilight Princess
Tokay - Oracle of Ages
Zuna - Four Swords Adventures
Subrosian - Oracle of Seasons
Rito - Wind Waker
Koroks - Wind Waker

Coolest Unique Game Function:
Flying - Skyward Sword
Shrinking - Minish Cap
Splitting Link - Minish Cap
Multiplayer - Four Swords/Four Swords Adventures
Timeshift Stones - Skyward Sword
7 year Time Travel - Ocarina of Time
3 day Time Travel - Majora's Mask
Deku Flower Flying - Majora's Mask
Goron Rolling - Majora's Mask
Zora Swimming - Majora's Mask
Mask Transformation - Majora's Mask
Elegy of Emptiness - Majora's Mask
Wolf - Twilight Princess
GBA controller screen - Four Swords Adventures
Dark World/Light World - A Link to the Past
Painting/Wall Merge - A Link Between Worlds
Traveling through Ages - Oracle of Ages
Changing Seasons - Oracle of Seasons
Linked Games - Oracle of Seasons
Sailing - Wind Waker

Coolest...puzzle/quest thingy:
Saving the Thunder Dragon - Skyward Sword
On the moon - Majora's Mask
Silent Realms - Skyward Sword
Deku Scrub intro to - Majora's Mask
Reuniting Anju and Kafei - Majora's Mask
Biggoron's Sword Side Quest - Ocarina of Time

Other Coolest...thingy:
Sky Keep joining with Sealed Grounds - Skyward Sword
Bomb Stairs - Ocarina of Time
Opening the Shadow Temple - Ocarina of Time
Rotating Temple (Stone Tower Temple) - Majora's Mask
Clock Doors Opening - Majora's Mask
Gate of Time - Skyward Sword
Twilight Portals - Twilight Princess
Lanayru's vision thing - Twilight Princess
Traveling between Hyrule/Lorule - Link Between Worlds

Best Ending:
Skyward Sword
Twilight Princess
Ocarina of Time
A Link Between Worlds
Majora's Mask
Minish Cap
A Link to the Past
Oracle of Seasons/Ages
...Four Swords Adventures
...Four Swords

Best Unique Item:
Roc's Cape - Minish Cap/Four Swords
Gust Bellows - Skyward Sword
Hookshot - Ocarina of Time +
Iron Boots - Twilight Princess
leaf - Wind Waker
Grappling Hook - Wind Waker

Best Enemy:
Poe - Ocarina/Majora's Mask
Floormaster - Ocarina/Majora's Mask
Garo - Majora's Mask
Deku Scrub - Ocarina of Time
Stalchild - Ocarina of Time/Majora's Mask
Wolfos - Ocarina/Majora
Deku Baba
Redead - Ocarina/Majora
Lizalfos - Ocarina
Gerudo Theif - Ocarina
Bubble (Green) - Ocarina
Stalfos - Ocarina
Beamos - Skyward Sword

Worst of Zelda:
Spindash (name?) Training - Skyward Sword
Racing the Butler - Majora's Mask
The Dark Room in Woodfall Temple - Majora's Mask
Precision Goron Rolling - Majora's Mask
Skull Kid - Twilight Princess
Ganon's horseback phase - Twilight Princess
Skull Woods - A Link to the Past
Three Statue Room in Crown Dungeon - Oracle of Ages
2nd Niko challenge - Wind Waker

Best Emotional/Profound moments
Fi saying goodbye - Skyward Sword
Anju waiting for Kafei - Majora's Mask
Cremia and Romani on the final day - Majora's Mask
Pamela and her Father - Majora's Mask
Butler mourning over sun - Majora's Mask
Empty Sacred Forest Meadow - Ocarina of Time
Link and Saria bridge scene - Ocarina of Time
Navi leaves - Ocarina of Time
Yeto and Yeta in love - Twilight Princess
Midna shatters the mirror - Twilight Princess
Lorule's Triforce Restored - Link Between Worlds
Grandma's nightmares - Wind Waker

Best Beginning:
Skyward Sword
Minish Cap
Four Swords
Ocarina of Time
Majora's Mask
Twilight Princess
Four Swords Adventures
A Link to the Past
Link Between Worlds
Oracle of Ages
Oracle of Seasons
Link's Awakening
Wind Waker

Best Music:
Fi's Theme?
Goddess Theme?

Weirdest moments:
Bottled Deku Princess - Majora's Mask
Tingle - Majora's Mask
Ending - Four Swords
Not addressing Zora sex - Majora's Mask
Uncle, Sanctuary Sage, and Flute Boy all still alive - A Link to the Past
Fado laughing at punkboy basically dying - Ocarina of Time
Ravio taking his items back from your dead body - Link Between Worlds
Restoration trap--err--ceremony - Oracle of Ages
You got Marin! - Link's Awakening

Best Map/Overworld:
Skyward Sword
Minish Cap
Ocarina of Time
Majora's Mask
Twilight Princess
A Link to the Past
Link Between Worlds
Oracle of Ages
Oracle of Seasons
Link's Awakening
The Legend of Zelda
Zelda II: Adventure of Link

Best Trophies:
Spiritual Stones - Ocarina of Time
Medallions - Ocarina of Time
Masks/Remains - Majora's Mask
Essences of Time - Oracle of Ages
Essences of Nature - Oracle of Seasons
Fused Shadows - Twilight Princess
Elements - Minish Cap
Pendants - A Link to the Past
Crystals - A Link to the Past
Pendants - A Link Between Worlds
Sage Portraits - A Link Between Worlds
Pearls - Wind Waker