Computer geek/workaholic transplant from the northeast looking to
get out of the lab every once in awhile.
I am a HUGE sports fanatic, love to stay active and am VERY
competitive, which I guess can be viewed as either an endearing
quality or VERY annoying. I'm also of the mindset that we should
always be striving to improve ourselves. That is probably why I
love to try new things and am always picking up a new hobby.
Sometimes I stay with it (love lifting weights) and sometimes I
don't (evidenced by the dust on my guitar and japanese kanji
dictionary). I think my next fad will be stand-up paddle-boarding -
any suggestions on how to get started? :)
I'm pretty laid back and enjoy hanging out with good friends and
family. I'm also a horrible cook, love trivia and not shy in
arguing about sports, history, religion, or politics! (good to get
those out in the open now)
Anything else you want to know, ask and you shall receive!
What I’m doing with my life
I'm a doctor, honey. A doctah! But the Leonard/Sheldon kind, not
the prescription kind.
The first things people usually notice about me
In the south, my northern accent, in the north, my southern accent.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: The Bible, 1984, Brave New World, The Stand, but honestly,
the only books I "read" now are nerdy computer architecture and
coding recipe books :)
TV: Pawn Stars, Family Guy, Golden Girls and cheesy 80s
Movies: Indiana Jones, Back to the Future, Godfather and cheesy 80s
The six things I could never do without
My teams (Jets, Mets and Nets)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
the 80s. What a great decade.
On a typical Friday night I am
Work usually! I do treat myself to one cool trip per month though,
so I could be traveling to Chicago, Las Vegas, or Mexico.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'm a sucker for golden retrievers. Such a great breed, don't you
You should message me if
Hey, I'm just a good guy. And holler if you also think Knoxville is