For fifteen years, I worked part-time at Johnson County Community College, where I earned an Associate in Applied Science in Information Technology. I have also earned an Associate in Applied Science in Information Technology – Computer Network Systems from I.T.T. Technical Institute.
For the last twenty years, I can frequently be found on-line. Hyperbole, I take my Facebook and Twitter feeds intravenously, although I usually forsake one for the other. My favorite activity, I write to my blogs daily.
Whom I see at least once a week, I live three miles from my best friend from high school. Eleven years ago, he introduced me to improvised comedy and drama. Three years ago, I learned about the Roving Imp Theater, the only theater in the area of Kansas City dedicated to improvised theatre, which will be moving to Lawrence in late July, 2012. Even though gas prices are coming down, I am not sure that I want to drive 80 miles twice a week out to Lawrence, so I am looking into classes with the K.C. Improv Company.
Despite no modifications to my 2003 Chevy Cavalier, virtually all things automotive or from car culture excite me: my favorite television show is Top Gear on BBC America, my favorite website is Autoblog, and I have subscribed to car magazines for twenty years.
Since the Hub TV network aired “Equestria Girls,” a parody of “California Gurls” by Katy Perry, I watch My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic to bring a smile to my face, and I follow the subculture known as “bronies (brother or ‘bro’ + ‘pony’)” on Equestria Daily.