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About the Greatest Man Alive.

See? I bet you were thinking of Maddox. He’s a fuckin’ hack. He thinks he’s so manly, he wears a crown. Real men wear dead animals on their heads, like Davy Crockett. That fucker right there was a man.

Best word to describe me is…Realistic. I don’t go out of my way to do shit that’s ridiculous, or just stupid. I let other people do it, then make fun of them. More fun that way, and I don’t get injured/sweaty or lose money on it. I just point and laugh.

I fancy myself a writer, and an insult navy seal. I’ve always got a smartass comment for everything, I posses a sardonic outlook on life, that’s also reflected in my writing and humor. Why admire someone, when you can laugh at their faults?

I am intolerant not of race, but of limited vision. I don’t tolerate people who follow others half-heartedly, join cults, vegetarians, idiots, unoriginality, sexual humor, kids, men who degrade women by thinking they’re here for our sexual pleasure, people that don’t shut up, banks, money, and people who value it over themselves or honor.

Few things I do apprecate are fine spirits, good women, music, a nice meal prepared by someone who enjoyed making it, conversations about technology and religion because I love mocking the mentally lame, and flamethrowers. Who can not like something that throws fire on people?

I search for things in this world that inspire stupid people to do harm to themselves, or other stupid people. We need less stupid people clamoring about in this life. We need people in Panda costumes with flamethrowers in schools. Weed out the stupid ones now, so they don’t knock up other stupid people…And you get my drift.

I keep getting asked “Do you have any programming experience?” So I’m just gonna post the answer here.
Yes in 1971 I was the lead computer scientist for the military, until 1975 when I switched jobs and worked for zenith for a short period of time until 1980s when I switched over to the Atari group programming team. In 1984 I was born and that pretty much ended my career as a programmer.