Born and raised in Orange County, but not the typical beach bro (and nothing like the 909 bro (super-bro)). I have a degree in finance, but only b/c I was sick of switching majors (6 times) and philosophy (my main passion) didn't have many career choices. So I ended up working for Honda, but turns out the 9-5 office gig isn't for me. Plus, not being Japanese will hinder your climb up that corporate ladder. I'm good with emoticons and love kung-fu movies, but I've been told this doesn't qualify me. So, after some soul searching, I signed up for EMT training, which I recently completed. Now I work on an ambulance and my life has gotten exponentially more exciting.
Moving on. Despite my laid back style, I'm a very confident guy. This especially shines through when I snowboard, bungee-jump, sky-dive, cliff-dive, hang-glide, skim-board, and other hyphenated verbs I'm forgetting. I'm basically a dorky adrenaline junkee. My family has a cabin in Big Bear that I invade literally every weekend during season.
I would say "I work out," but I don't. I run about 4 times a week, jump with a weighted rope (to metal music (don't judge me)), and stay active. I would play Racquetball every day, but it's hard to find an empty court. I have an American Eskimo (Sasha) that I take frisbee golfing with me. She's a fluff-ball of excitement, but doesn't need a leash since she stays right by my side. Well, that is until a squirrel pops up. Don't worry, she is 0/703 at catching one.
I'm looking for something on the serious side. Maybe not at first, but it has to have the potential. I've always been a big fan of Don Quixote and Palahniuk and their stories about how in a twisted, unexpected, and sometimes dark way, true love still exists (yes, I know how corny that sounds). Some may say that's overly optimistic, but I wouldn't have it any other way.