I live in Madison, WI. Home of The Onion! Also home of some nationally renowned meat-packing plants. Wisconsin beers are the best. You are not entitled to disagree.
I am 25 years old (that is 178 dog years).
My two favorite foods are zza and meat. My rule of thumb is that if a dog don't eat it, I don't.
I like seriously morbid, macabre, space music. Floyd, Porcupine Tree, Klaus Schulze, et al.
I am an expert on carbonated beverage consumption. I can state with authority that Mountain Dew and Pepsi are for the mere dilettantes. I prefer Coke for its acidic properties and Dr. Pepper for its added ethylene-glycol induced "bite".
I changed my major quite a few times in my 7 year college career, but ended up graduating with a degree in Computer Information Systems with a minor in Psychology. No, I don't want to be a shrink. My secret desire is to build a "computer that can do anything", like Richard Pryor did in one of the Superman movies.
I started programming at the tender age of 68 dog years (9 human years). That would be on a Commodore 64. I did not even touch a PC until 1992, and I was happy with it! Although the C-64 was only good for games and demos, it was quite good at it. On the C-64, it is all art and no productivity. In order to contribute and keep the scene alive, I am now working on a cross-platform multi-purpose graphics editor, to be released soon. If you are a Commie, then let me know if you will be interested in helping me test.
In 1992, I started with Pascal, and am now mainly using Delphi (among a few other languages). Maybe if I add emphasis it will be funnier: I am using DELPHI to write programs for the COMMODORE 64!
My previous job entailed programming 3-D simulations, games, educational applets, etc. Too bad the company had to fold. If someone has a job opening in 3-D procedural modelling, let me know!
Mortimor (git), Jumbo Mic (drums), Armageddon Mic (vox), and myself (bass) were once the "Dog Bone Eaters". Never became too serious because everybody moved to separate areas of the country.
I like road trips. I consider it an art, like this guy. When I am not road tripping, I am staring at a road atlas. If you are a road geek like me, try this place.