I am an assistant burger flipper at Big Derek's Burger Shack. I have been working there, part time, for 6 weeks now. I am a very fast learner. In these short 6 weeks, I have already mastered the technique of grilling burgers. Because I am still new at the job, I am only allowed to make the mini-burgers. Hopefully, in another 6 months or so, I will make the full burger flipper position. By then, I will be able to make more the full-size burgers, along with the exotic burgers like the bacon burger or the turkey burgers. I promise, one day, I will make the best burger that Providence has ever seen (or taste).
Although I only work couple days a week, I have big dreams. Eventually, I want to move out of my parent's basement. Maybe one day, I will run for the local zoning board, and make my way up to become the mayor of Providence. Heck, if a criminal can run the city, why can't an honest and humble burgerman serve the community? Watch out, mafiamen and gangsters, the mayor-wannabe is coming to get you, one day!
When I am not working, I am usually pre-occupied with other fun activities. I love to surf. In a warm summer day, you will find me surfing (or trying to surf) in Narrangansett Beach. I also love to watch movies and listen to music. I also enjoy dancing and I am learning to ride a bicycle.
I plan to become GED (general educational degree) certified before I turn 35. This will be the biggest challenge of my life, as my teacher constantly reminded me that I don't read too good. I am a little better in math, as I can add, but not subtract (perhaps that's why I am such a positive person) - so I am half way there already. Despite of my humble education, I love to read. Wikipedia is my best friend. But I also read a lot about everything, including advanced philosophy, especially regarding consequentialism; labor economics and international monetary policy; and biochemical methods. To be honest, I don't even know what any of those words mean. Well, I guess that's why you read them, right? Most of the times, I had no clue what they are talking about. It just seems like pages filled with whole bunch random letters.
I love my parents. I also have a favorite uncle, Joe. He's been trying to teach me to become a plummer. He is the best plummer in the family. Once he installed the toliet backward, though he said he did that on purpose. He said he was taught by the legendary Professor D, who passed down all the secrets of plumming in a book with the yellow covers. I am not allowed to touch the book because I haven't earned the right yet. One day, Uncle Joe, I will make you proud!
Sometimes when I am bored, I dress up like a doctor.