- I have one.
Occasionally snappish needler of over earnest, peer huddling group-thinkers: I will piss on your sacred cow.
When not telling people how wrong they are, I'm interested in science, engineering and technology. I will reluctantly admit an interest in photography, design/architecture as long as it's clear that this comes with a degree of mistrust for people who call themselves photographers, designers/architects.
- School, College, University.
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