I asked the first dog, "what's the opposite of smooth?" "RUFF!" came the answer. Well done.
I asked the second dog, "what's on top of a house?" "ROOF!" she grunted. Good job.
I asked the third dog, "who was the best baseball hitter of all time?" "RUTH!" He offered.
A crowd had gathered by now and as you can imagine, the answers did not really quell their skepticism. So we got boo'ed out of the bar.
As the door closed behind us, the third dog ruefully looked back and quipped to me indignantly, "what, was I supposed to say Ty Cobb??"
Thank you Mr. Garrison Keillor.
Hi! I grew up right here in Massachusetts. After working crazy 80-hour weeks helping my company grow from 4 people to 450, I've stepped back to assess what else is important in my life.
I like to be well-rounded. Went to MIT as an engineering major, I discovered music and philosophy as a junior, then history and visual arts briefly afterwards.
I'm impassioned but not reckless. I love experiences and living life. I love the emotional and the calm, the practical and the beautiful, the city and the country. I've lived in the heart of Boston and the valleys of the breathtaking White Mountains. Last year this time I was in Europe for a 3-month trip, visiting almost every country between France and Ukraine - and I'd love to do it again.
We will party in Berlin and roam the Andes. I love travelling, and I'm extremely adaptable to different environments. I don't travel for work; I work for travel. Road trips are awesome. I have driven across the US twice (once in a pickup truck and once in a convertible) and Europe twice.