Single father of a 17 year old boy.
Martial artist, runner, swimmer, weight lifting guy, programmer, occasional gamer, lover of books and movies, and, oh yeah, budding guitarist. Avid collector of trivial knowledge.
Did a Spartan Super once. Might be willing to do it again. AROO!
Professionally, I'm a php developer.
I also used to volunteer with a puppetry troupe to put on shows for elementary school children. So if you see a large bag that appears to have a body in it in my car, that's the muppet style puppet. Probably.
Shorin ryu style karate. Scored my brown belt now. Black is next!
Running ever increasing distances.
Ditto swimming. Did my first mile long swim on 4/11/14!
Also, picking up heavy things and then putting them back down.
Resisting the urge to post shirtless selfies to my profile. I'm great at that. Also great at not sending unsolicited shirtless or otherwise unclothed pics.
Quit smoking and have now remained cold turkey from all nicotine products since 7/2/2015!
Also got fat again because of the quitting smoking thing. I'll be doing away with that weight during 2016. This is going great. Halfway to where I was before!
Movies: Super Troopers. Leon. The Fifth Element. Princess Bride. The whole Monty Python filmography. The Spanish Prisoner.
Shows: BBC stuff. Daily Show and Colbert. The Wire. Game of Thrones, when I get to see it. Walking Dead. The first few seasons of Battlestar Galactica (the reboot). West Wing.
Music: Peaked in the late 60s, early 70s. Boston, Zeppelin, Beatles, Pink Floyd, Zappa.
Food: Asian stuff, primarily. Especially pho or Korean dishes. But I dig foods of many kinds.
Lately, my guitar.
I would have said "my mind" but I've been losing it occasionally lately and it doesn't seem to have hurewe rm ie.
How to travel abroad for extended periods and get someone else to pay for it. Since I don't anticipate any book deals in the works, I'm thinking either Peace Corps or English teaching. Working on college to qualify for the former and I'll be volunteering to teach ESL locally for experience once I'm done with school and my kid still isn't.