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My self-summary
Just like most other people out there looking for my place in the world and learning from my life's experiences. (although sometimes the process can be slow) I enjoy spending time out with friends may it be at the bar or just randomly out and about. I also enjoy spending time with my wonderful (and sometimes a handful) little girl.
What I’m doing with my life
Managing Life, My Daughter, School, and a Hotel is a bit of a handful. Always looking to better myself in one way or another.
I’m really good at
I am kinda jack of all trade but a master of none. Over the years I have learned many skills. If I would have to say I am good at something I would say History (went to SUNY Potsdam for History and Education) Hospitality (been in the field for many, many Years) And Computers (Did undergrad and currently doing Graduate Work at Utica College For Cyber security)
The first things people usually notice about me
My fedora, I am kinda known for wearing them, have for a very long time.

I have been told my Eyes. Not that i am able to see it but my eyes have the tendency to change to a variety of colors based on my mood. The better the mood the more vibrant the color.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: Hitchhikers guide to the galaxy, Good Omens, Atlas Shrugged (no I am not an objectivist but there are many many good points in it)

Movies: Watch quite a diverse range of movies including ones i watch because they are intentionally bad. Favorite movie however is Clerks

Music: Mostly Modern Rock and Irish-American Music
The six things I could never do without
1. My Daughter
2. Computer
3. Computer Tool Kit
4. A Little Quiet Time (granted that has been scarce lately)
5. A Job
6. The Toaster (you'll have to ask to Understand)
On a typical Friday night I am
Hockey games, work, or home.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Heh, that's for another conversation