I am the bastard son of Dos Equis' Most Interesting Man in the World and Barbra Streisand's character in What's Up, Doc?. (Not literally. Duh. Come on.) Unlike Barbra's character, I am not completely unsuccessful nor have I ever blown up a college chem lab. People tell me that I have done a lot, but I think I still need more life experience. (I did not compare myself to the Dos Equis' man due to a conceited view of my mirror. I prefer comparing myself to him than repeating several friends by calling myself a "wild card". I have been called a "wild card" multiple times.)
I also love to explore. I will gladly close my eyes, point somewhere on a map, and go there; but I can always think of better things to do. If I need an opinion on anything, I will not hesitate to ask whoever is sitting behind me at work or standing near me in a mall, as long as they appear to be someone with a brain. Knowledge is my passion and I will boldly ask any questions, test any hypotheses, and push any boundaries that will teach me anything. Saying that I like to meet new people and make new friends is cliché on a site like this, but it's true... Is calling that phrase, "I like to meet new people", cliché also cliché? Is saying that calling that phrase cliché also cliché also also cliché? Can the word cliché be cliché? Words are fun.
I am not vain or dangerously vainglorious like this summary might make me appear. I am just awesome, honestly.
I am currently re-answering a ton of questions on here. I haven't read through them in a long time. It's time for a check-up.