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Aaron McCrocklin
Works at The Great Spirit
Attended Florida State College at Jacksonville
Lives in Jacksonville, Florida
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I am going to India! Going to study with the master's and learn as much of that ancient knowledge as I can. Sold everything except the stuff that fits in my backpack that I am taking. Going with the flow and keeping it conscious.
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Maya's Restaurant
9447 Rainier Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98118
Great friendly service. The food was amazing!
Food ExcellentDecor ExcellentService Excellent
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Awesome night at Reiki share tonight. 20 people showed up! Lots and lots of great energy all around.
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Occupy jacksonville's first general assembly was a huge success! Lots of people. Lots of great ideas. Repeat next weekend.

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Nice fire, good music, great food, and a beautiful full moon.
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Serious Pie
316 Virginia Street, Seattle, WA 98101
I found it surprising how small the dining area was in this place, lots of it is taken up by kitchen. Had a wait for a table and got the most popular pie the morel and truffle cheese. It was very good and didn't taste like any pizza I had ever had. Fun experience to have once.
Food ExcellentDecor Very GoodService Excellent
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Love and light to all. If we see through the illusion that is this plane of existence, we see that we are all the same. We are all one. If you have a hard time loving others, try loving yourself more as a beginning. Namaste friends.
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To every man, woman and child we want an end to the glamorization of negativity in the media | we want an end to status symbols dictating our worth as individuals | we want a meaningful and universal education system | we want substance in the place of popularity | we will not compromise who we are to be accepted by the crowd | we want the invisible walls that separate by wealth, race, and class to be torn down | we want to think our own thoughts | we will be responsible for our environment | we want clarity and truth from our elected officials or they should move aside | we want love not lies | we want an end to all wars foreign and domestic violence | we want an end to the processed culture of exploitation, over-consumption and waste | we want knowledge, understanding and peace | we will not lose because we are not losers, we are lasers | lasers are the opposite of losers | lasers are shining beams of light that burn through the darkness of ignorance | lasers shed light on injustice and inequality | losers stand by and let things happen | lasers act and shape their own destinies | lasers find meaning and direction in the mysteries all around them | lasers stand for love and compassion | lasers stand for peace | lasers stand for progression | lasers are revolutionary | lasers are the future.
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Yummy fresh juice to start the day. 1 pineapple, 1lb carton of strawberries, 2 oranges, all delicious. Day 5 of my juice fast is off to a good start!
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Work
Occupation
Aspiring Galactic Emperor
Skills
Galactic Emperoring
Employment
  • The Great Spirit
    Nomad, 2010 - present
    Searching for self, looking for purpose, losing my ego, discovering the secrets of the universe and beyond, making this plane of existence better for any whom I come into contact with, teaching what The Great Spirit has shared with me, learning from those The Great Spirit brings into my path, seeking enlightenment, connecting with spirit, healing those in need, following the currents of the river of life.
  • U.S. Navy
    Avionics Technician, 2002 - 2006
    Sailed the world killing terrorists. Go TeamAmerica World Police. Mainly just supported fascism and Wall Street corporate greed by killing innocents who protested against said fascism and corporate greed.
  • Florida State College at Jacksonville
    Student Assistant, 2008 - 2010
    IT networking, setting up computer labs, PC repair, troubleshooting, light script writing, cable running, student babysitting, cisco networking equipment check out desk for students.
  • Domino's Pizza
    Delivery Driver, 2011 - 2012
    Pizza delivery is such a skate job.
  • Morale Welfare and Recreation
    Lifeguard, 1998 - 1998
    Saved lives while looking amazing in speedo brand swim trunks.
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Currently
Jacksonville, Florida
Previously
Sasebo, Japan - Pensacola, Florida - Puyallup, Washington - Oak Harbor, Washington - Seatac, Washington - Watertown, South Dakota - Yokosuka, Japan - Kadena, Japan - Dover, Delaware - Middleburg, Florida - Millington, Tennessee - Virginia Beach, Virginia - Great Lakes, Illinois - Seattle, Washington - Orting, Washington -
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Cosmic voyager on a mission to take over the universe!
Introduction
      Once upon a time there was a man and a woman who flirted through windows facing each other.  They dated, they had sex, they got married, they had a child, in that order.  The child would be born at Bremerton Naval Hospital in Bremerton, Washington.  This new small family lived there for a couple of years around the young woman's family until the military said it was time for the man to move to Pensacola, Florida.  The little boy would go on to start kindergarten here at the age of 4.  The child was smaller than other kids his age, not to mention younger than other kids in his class.  This would lead to special treatment by teachers, such as him being carried in from recess on the teachers hip.  The young boy started getting into some trouble.  The school started claiming he was too immature and needed to wait till the next school year to start when he was actually five.  The mother was outraged and argued with the school, knowing that her child was more than mature enough and was in fact a very brilliant little boy.  The mother refused to believe that her child, who taught himself multiplication at 4 years old, should be held back a year.  After much debate, the young boy would end up becoming the first kindergartener to be tested for "the gifted program" in the state of Florida.
      When the mother returned to the school with child and IQ test results that were near genius levels, the school had to make accommodations.  The boy was then placed in a special class with other children like him.  He was then challenged by the material and thus was no longer bored and causing mischief.  The school eventually offered to skip the boy ahead a grade because of his outstanding performance.  The parents, fearful of him being ostracized by his peers for being too young and small as it was, decided it was not in his best interest.  The offer would be repeated and declined for years to come.  Another offer was made, one that would have him spend half his day in the next grade up's classroom, and the other half in his correct grade's classroom.  This was acceptable to the parents and the child would spend the next 2 years of his schooling in such a predicament.
       During his 3rd grade school year, the boy's parents decided to get a divorce.  His younger sister and he were sent to live with an aunt in Virginia while the parents figured everything out.  The mother and father took the kids for a ride in the car and while out, asked them which parent they wanted to live with.  The boy was so hurt emotionally that he could do nothing but cry and wonder why his family could not stay together.  The boy's sister was too young to fully understand, being daddy's little girl, she spoke up with little hesitation saying she wanted to live with the father.  3 months slowly passed in Virginia while the father got things in order to be a single dad, in a new town.  The military had transferred him to Millington, Tennessee.  The boy would now start at his 3rd school and 4th class for 3rd grade, 3 cities/schools and the 3rd grade class he went to half the day during 2nd grade.  The boy's parents would once again have to argue with the school about the boy's need to be challenged in school being the reason he was acting out.  Once again he would have to take an IQ test, once again he was put into an advanced program.  This school called it APEX or the "advanced placement for the exceptional" or some such meaning.
      Six months into living with the father, it was time for the mother to take over custody.  She came down to get the kids and return to where she lived with the majority of her relatives in the Seattle area of Washington.  During her trip to pick up the kids, the parents realized they really did belong together and were remarried a year after the day of their divorce.  The boy and his family were whole again.
      The family lived in the Memphis area of Tennessee for a few years before finally while the boy was in 6th grade, they moved to Yokosuka, Japan.  A whole new world was shown to the family.  The boy continued to enjoy a program for the "gifted" in 6th grade.  For 7th grade the young boy, still small for his age, was suddenly placed into High School since the school there was 7-12 grades.  He would now take one class a day to suit his "gifted" needs with the other classes regular 7th grade stuff.
      The boy learned several valuable life lessons during this period of his life.  He was put into Karate lessons with a Japanese Sensei and learned discipline and self-defense.  He learned what it was like to be a minority as well, growing up as a white kid in the USA he was part of the majority, on the small base in Japan though, Filipino's out numbered Caucasians by a large number.  He was picked on like a lot of minorities experience growing up.  He was also exposed to many different cultures and races during this time and learned to appreciate the differences as a good thing and not bad.
       Halfway through the 9th grade the military said it was time to move again, this time we were off to Sasebo, Japan.  A smaller, more rural area of southern Japan than the big city area by Tokyo.  This was a very different experience for him.  He was now going to a school that was K-12 and typically had less than 30 students in the graduating class as opposed to hundreds that he was used to.



to be continued later...
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Taoist Samurai trained in the ways of the way.
Education
  • Florida State College at Jacksonville
    IT Security, 2007 - 2010
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I found it surprising how small the dining area was in this place, lots of it is taken up by kitchen. Had a wait for a table and got the most popular pie the morel and truffle cheese. It was very good and didn't taste like any pizza I had ever had. Fun experience to have once.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very goodService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Great friendly service. The food was amazing!
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Cozy little mom and pop pizza joint. The food is good and I can't complain about the price of it.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
I love the endless soup and salad deal. Their Minestrone soup is delicious. A side of Alfredo sauce makes the bread sticks amazing. Usually the service is great, though the last time we went it seemed our waiter was having a bad day and it showed.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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I was hoping to get a taste of Japan. I lived in Japan for 7 years and was in the mood for some Yakisoba. I am also a vegetarian and in Japan that would not have been a problem. Here there were only a small handful of items that didn't have meat. The service was great. The food is a bit pricey here though. I am not certain but I don't think any of the employees were actually Japanese.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
We decided to check this place out last Sunday since they have all the football games. I normally would not be able to see the Seahawks play since Fraziers is only a few blocks from my house we went and watched. Our waitress was very nice and was more than willing to put the game I wanted on the tvs by us. Prices were not bad. The food was pretty good too. The one free refill on soda was the only thing that needs improvement in my opinion.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago