Time to update my about page, since it has been at least 4 years since I made it, and never touched it after that.
I work as a mechanical engineer. I play as a pretend race car and kart driver. I have 2 amazing kids and a sweet Great Dane puppy. I have been divorced for a year and a half. However, I have been in a new relationship for over a year.
Life is a busy thing right now, and I started doing the project 52 thing mainly to force me to update my blog every now and then. I work a full-time job, and 2 very limited part time jobs. I am going to school full time (19 credit units this semester) for a degree in business management. My 2 gorgeous kids live with me full time, neither of which are in elementary school yet. Since I love punishment, I am in the process of starting a new business which will rely pretty much solely on me from design to sales. Yes, I will have some help, but 95% of what goes on will be on my shoulders. That is why I have not got it rolling just yet. And as if I needed more things to keep my mind occupied, I now have a kart that I race every chance I get.
Feel free to comment good or bad on the posts. I pretty much let people say what they want and allow it to post provided there are no legal concerns; I had people threatening each other in comments before, then threatening to sue me for allowing it. Man, I generally hate people. I guess that is a good segue into more useful info on me. I generally do not like people. People, in general, are lazy, irresponsible, spineless, politically correct, jealous, charity case simpletons who put entirely too much value on human life without realizing the effects on the greater good. When it comes to religion and philosophy, and all that affects, you could call me agnostic. Although, the more I read about nihilism, the more it seems to appeal to me. But of course it seems to be kind of an extension of agnosticism. On anything that affects the collective people, I always gravitate toward the logical choice. On anything that primarily affects me, I (rightfully so) gravitate toward the selfish decision provided it is not excessively illogical.