I like human powered things. I have a pedal boat, which is pretty
cool. I also love to spend time on my trikke...which you'll just
need to see to understand (http://www.trikke.com
). I used to be a
l33t cyclist, but really haven't ridden that much since I got hit
by a car and broke my shoulder 3 years ago. So, I guess this
section previously would've included "I'm really good at avoiding
cars in traffic", but not so much any more.
I like to write software a lot. I'm good at that. It's my job and
my hobby. Hobby, you ask? Why yes, yes I do write financial
planning software for fun and will gleefully discussion the debt
repayment strategies and algorithms. It's not only interesting, but
it helps people. That's awesome.
I can prodigiously use an expanded lexicon as opposed to the
vernacular, which tends to be peppered with antiquated or obscure
slang and references, ace. So stick that in your pipe and smoke
I like carpentry. I'm real good at building real solid things
that'll never fall down and completely support all the load they
need to. I haven't gotten the hang of pretty things yet. It's on
the to-do list. Oh, and making furniture. My mom wants to try
sewing a couch cover if I build the frame. It may make a good
I'm a programmer, so I'm a fairly fast typist and also rather
verbose. My emails tend to reflect that. I'm not so good at
I make delicious homemade pizza. I wrangle basset hounds. I play
through the Legend Of Zelda (the original, of course) at least
annually. The little boy tells me I'm a pretty good dad.
I'm sure there are a few dozen other things that I'd say I'm good
at as well, but pressed for time...