I recently opened my first gaming store in a central Indiana suburb. So, that's new. We run events for board games, card games, video games, and role playing games, if you were wondering. Or even if you weren't.
Alright, let's see here. I graduated from Ball State University in 2005. My degree is in Telecommunications, Production Option, Multimedia Emphasis. I've got a condo.
Ummm… I am staying in Indiana right now because I see no reason to leave.
Oh yeah, I'm also a diehard Mac user. Have been using them since kindergarten and still use them today. I have owned six: an Indigo iMac G3, a PowerBook G4, an iMac G5, an iMac with an Intel Core Duo processor, a MacBook Pro with an Intel Core 2 Duo processor, and a 13" MacBook Pro with an Intel i7. The iMac G5 was sold, and I miss it dearly.
I'm a fan of Nintendo.
Also, after 30 years of life, I finally self-diagnosed myself with Poland Syndrome. I've always had it, I just didn't know it had a name.
I am friendly, curious, and Dennis
I own and operate a gaming store in Central Indiana.
I joined a talent agency outside of Indianapolis and I've appeared in commercials all over the place… or at least all over the places that my single commercials have played. But yeah, I'm on TV!
Look for me in an episode of Parks and Recreation!
By football players.
Yeah, I walked away slowly on that one…
Also, my voice. Meet me or chat with me on the phone some time, and you'll know why.
Oh, I've watched the entirety of Cowboy Bebop through Netflix.
I was the Ultimate Game Boy of Indianapolis in 2000. My winning essay went like this:
"What would I do without Game Boy? I shudder at the possibilities. Without Game Boy, i would have to spend hours upon hours actually conversing with my brothers and sisters as we trek along the road on....ugh.... family trips! Without Game Boy, Link would never have awakened. Without Game Boy, I could not continue my dream to become the world's greatest Pokemon master, and hundreds of Pokemon would wander endlessly into the dark expanses of the night, searching for a master that would never be. And, most importantly, without Game Boy..... I'd be really, really bored. That'd be bad."
Check out the other winners at this throwback site: http://web.archive.org/web/20001209074200/gameboy.com/bgtmresults.html
If you're into video games, and would like to play sometime
And you're a woman. I may have done musical theatre, but I'm not and will probably never be gay. Unless you're Anderson Cooper or Neil Patrick Harris.
There's manhood under those tights…
I'm not actively pursuing much right now, so if you want it, you may have to take the first step here. Call me a hopeless romantic, but it would be nice to be sought after for once.