If you've read this far, you're either still curious, or waiting for a punch line of some sort. Although some people may think I'm a joke, for those of you who are still curious, read on.
I feel I must always be accomplishing something. I love to work, provided that I enjoy the task. If you follow my site closely, or even read through my old postings, you'll see that I work very hard at a
task until I get bored with it, then I stop and pick up a new task. It's not because I'm afraid to finish something, it's more that I always want to add more to every project I make. I have a hard time saying
that anything I make is "finished". I can always find something new to add to it. This of course has its share of complications, but it always keeps me busy.
I'm an anit-traditionalist. I purposely try to avoid traditions and rituals that are common to society. I don't do this to rebel or to be different, I do this because I've actually researched why common
traditions exist, and I disagree with most of them.
My formal education is as such: Graduated from Clarkston High School in 1998 (ick!), finished three years at Baker College. (boring...) I'm sort of done with school right now, because I really don't like
going and not learning anything. I learn so much more at work and on my own from the Internet, books, and documentaries, that school is a waste of time and money. Maybe some day I'll get a piece of paper from
a school saying I'm smart.
I'm a very skeptical person. I don't believe in most pseudo-sciences, religions, soft-sciences, and various other institutions. I try not to believe in things based on faith alone. I tend to question
everything especially things I don't agree on. This tends to be rather annoying to many people, but I will remain this way because I hate being deceived, or even worse, believing in something just because
everyone else does.
The music I listen to varies from easy listening, to heavy metal. I don't like country, rap, or techno. You can see a great deal of my music interests on my Music Page.
Check out some information about my web site and the technical aspects.
I love to express myself through drawings and other forms of art. To see some of my work, view my Art Page.
See my Aliases Page to get a little information on my alter egos.
Here's a picture of the woman in my life. Yes, I know she's a computer, but at least she doesn't talk back. That's my old room at my parent's house. It was easier to move
away than to clean it.
Of the things that I don't like, they include: low quality art, most polygonal games, big brother companies like IBM, people who talk during movies, and people who are overly irresponsible.
I love things of nature. They really lift up my spirit. Small bodies of water give me a timid, serene feeling. Large bodies of water give me a feeling of awe and power. Large forests make me feel safe, and
meadows make me content. Mountains invigorate me, and clouds make me wonder. The rain refreshes me, and snow gives me a feeling of respect for nature. Animals are raw, and powerful to the point where I often
I have a bit of an ego, which can be see in my formal introduction. I don't see this as a problem, since there are so many people with lack of self-esteem out there
to even it out.
Here are some anal-retentive habits that I have. So all you girls out there who want to stalk me can really see what you're getting yourself into.
This is the state of my bookshelf as of September, 2002.
This is a picture of my wall at my old room in my parent's house. My grandfather painted it for me many moons ago. Kind of gives you an idea of how I grew up.
understanding of C/C++ and Java, and a slight grasp of Assembler. I also know HTML (If you call that a language.) You can view some of my old programming projects on my
I got my start with programming on a Tandy 1000. Yes, it's a terrible computer made by Radio Shack, but it could play the Sierra classics. (Space Quest II, King's Quest IV, and Police Quest II.) That made
me think, "Hey, what if I made my own games?" I asked my uncle about how programs are written. That's when I saw GW-BASIC (The precursor of QuickBASIC) But it got me started making neat color and circle
programs. Eventually, I started getting better, and now with ten years of experience, I feel that I am rather an expert in BASIC. (Aren't I modest?) BASIC has its place, but that place is no longer in the
business market. My new favorite programming language is Visual FoxPro. Basically, Visual FoxPro is a mixture of Visual BASIC, Access, and SQL. Only everything is better and faster. (Yes, Visual FoxPro can be
faster than SQL depending on the application. The SQL engine is based off of Fox's engine.)
I like to read, but I'm not a constant reader, and even then usually only a half-hour a day. For information about the books I've read see my Books Page.
I'm an avid watcher of movies and a little TV. Check out my favorite film on The Film Page.
I'm also a gamer of many sorts. You can see some of my favorite games on my Games Page.
I like to date and spend time with fun women. Check out my compatibility traits.
Well that's enough about me. (Even though I'm sure you want more <g>) Check out my other pages...
Or if you really have some questions for me, feel free to e-mail me.