I inherited my father's snail breeding business, which I now run. Whenever a TV show or movie filmed in Austin or sporting event has snails, chances are, I provided the snails.
I also run a website about snails. A snailsite, if you will.
My company is already the third most profitable snail breeding company in Austin, and the most profitable snail breeding company in north Austin.
I am working diligently day in and day out to make my company the second most profitable snail breeding company in Austin.
I make enough money at my software development job to afford nice things (a chair, dr pepper, a life time supply of gobstoppers and M&M's), but none of those things truly stimulate me or satisfy my ambitions except the candy and soda, and even that gets old after a while.
My dream is to truly innovate in this industry; I spend a lot of time at my computer working on projects that interest me.
I'm attracted to scientists with similarly strong ambitions and passion. I need to feel like I'm in a friendly competition with my significant other for success.
I also like to try to incorporate irony and sarcasm into everything I do. I occasionally get random ideas for YouTube videos showcasing ironic projects I've built. Here is one I made detailing how to mod any toaster to control your computer in 3 easy steps: https://youtu.be/vI7tWd7B3iI
I'd like to make more of these, but I can't choose when my new ideas come.
Bouldering (I'm not really that great -- still doing level 4's / blacks);
Coming up with an ironic comment for any situation, no matter how serious;
At a coffee shop writing game engine code;
At work writing search engine code;
At home writing home automation code;
At the gym;
Eating at my favorite pho restaurant;
Maintaining social relationships;
Working on my Star Trek - Friends crossover episode