I grew up in a Massachusetts farm town, picturesque, rustic and rural. I attended a performing arts high school, where I dedicated myself to the pursuits of sleight of hand magic and breakdancing. However, my first real taste of the outside world was when I went to school and got my BS in psychology. It solidified my opinion that people are systemically weird, myself included. I often feel like a perpetual stranger in a strange land out here. Or at least like a Russian mouse.
Like many psych majors, I was captured by a cybernetically enhanced gang of neuro-slavers while attempting to cross the scorching wastelands of the mega dunes. After much uneducated and uninformed debate over exactly how much I was worth, they transported me west as a conscripted laborer. I spent each day underground, digging in the grueling tech-mines for the Silicon warlords in the area known only as "The Valley". Cliche, I know.
I prefer stouts over IPAs. I enjoy watching terrible movies recreationally. I ride my bike around. I make jokes that will either be the best thing you've heard or the worst, and I cannot stop myself from making them. I also like to create spontaneous little stories about anything, everything, and nothing.
I'm goofy, a cheerleader for the sciences, technology, and hot chocolate (+/- vodka). I'm an extrovert when you see me, and introvert when you don't.
Video games are a big part of my life, and I am lucky enough to have turned my passion into a career out here.
I am also the events manager for the local gaming club, The South Bay Button Mashers.
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