The one and only FRO_magnum.
Ill try not to sound too much like Im rambling about myself, so im just going to list my skillset and the things I like to do..
First and foremost, the only thing i really strive to get out of life is happiness. I dont need all the money in the world, i dont need a huge house and a nice car and you'll NEVER catch me trying to keep up with the Jones'
Im a leader, not a follower and I look for any opportunity to plow my own path.
I can build computers from scratch, I can trouble shoot most CPU problems. I've yet to come across a program I can't learn really quickly and master if need be. I have 15+ years running AutoCAD, Im learning Revit, which ill teach the rest of the company I work for how to use.
Word processing programs, check, I type anywhere between 50-100 words per minute, depending on the complexity.
Im extremely logically minded. If i dont know how to do something, ill do the research and figure it out, then retain it.
I can do most all HVAC, plumbing and electrical work. Sheetrock, painting, laying tile and hardwood floors. Most anything that can go wrong in a house, I can fix myself.
Im not opposed to manual labor, AT ALL.
I love to cook and do it very often.
Im a people person, the more the merrier.
I enjoy doing yard work and planting flowers.
I love photography and taking pictures.
I work on cars from the ground up, if it breaks i can usually figure it out and fix it. From tires to brakes, to replacing the entire engine.
I love to debate.
I love to hear other people opinions.
I really like for someone to tell me "you have to do this a certain way" or "this cant be done" because ill figure out a better, faster way to do it. Then do a happy dance.
I love my family, my kids and my wonderful girlfriend.
I like to learn new things.
I like to tinker.
I like to build things.
Im good with my hands.
I grew up in the woods and believe there are two types of americans, those who've lived on a dirt road, and those who havent.
"The most truly useless people on the planet are those who judge the value of the lives and struggles of others by the size of their wallets"
another one of my favorites
"When one must, one can"