mwthrasher
30 Columbia, MO
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What I’m doing with my life
I work full time at a telecommunication company here in Columbia and I enjoy it quite a lot. I am currently working to advance into a new position within the company and I am always looking to expand my knowledge within the field.

I do my best to make use of the free time that I have, sometimes it's hanging out at home and watching my DVR, playing video games, or watching documentaries on Netflix. Somedays it's going to a friends house having a beer and bullshitting about our days.

My family lives within a days drive, so I try to see them often.
I’m really good at
I'm really good at my job, it may sound bad to say out loud, but after several years working within the telecommunications industry I've slowly become the go to guy when coworkers have questions. I think it helps me love my job as much as I do, nothing feels better than having other people have confidence in you for answers, and being able to meet those expectations consistently.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I have recently started trying to become a regular reader of books, aka real I can turn the pages books, in the past I attempted to read via the kindle on my phone/tablet and could never keep myself from getting distracted by all the millions of other things on them. In the past I use to listen to a lot of audiobooks, the books I've enjoyed the most have to be the Song of Ice and Fire Series. I've also listened to several David Sadaris books and enjoy his stories of living abroad and growing up in North Carolina.

I try to get to the movie theater as frequently as I can, This leads to me going to movies by myself a lot of the time due to not being on the same schedule as my friends on the weekends.

Podcast Podcast Podcast! Here recently I've been obsessed with Radiolab and Invisibilia! Though there are a few others that sneak into my rotation, and I occasionally just like listening to whatever is on NPR One.
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