No one knows for sure, but legend has it that Jon was raised by wolves. He left his pack when he had learned all they had to teach, and then studied at the feet of the masters in Tibet, who imparted upon him the secrets of life and, indeed, the universe itself. In Africa he hunted the mighty lion. In Italy, he apprenticed under the greatest artists and sculptors of the time. From there he traveled to japan to learn the ancient ways of the ninja, and later captained his own pirate ship on the high seas. Oh and somewhere in there is a BS in Aeronautics.
I currently work for the FAA as an Air Traffic Controller at Los Angeles ARTCC. Brownie points if you know what that is. I read for fun and I think more people should do it. I wear my socks inside out. I don't act my age and I'm most attracted to a girl who just get's "it"
Fitness is a huge part of my life. I am a Personal trainer and a CSCS which are both just hobbies of mine. I'm not one of those people however who feels the need to tell everyone about my new "diet" and who refuses to go out to eat because they can't have carbs after 5pm. I've been a competitive powerlifter and strongman on a national scale....but I'm making that sound like a bigger deal than it really was.
I try not to take things too seriously....like Ferris said, you'll never get out alive. I also have a bucket list written on the side of my fridge, And I let anyone who wants add things to it, as long as it's awesome. My perfect job, if it was actually available, would be to take over the Buried Life show from MTV. It's pretty old at this point, but it's something that really hit home with me. Not that I have anything against a career, because I don't, and lord know's I'm deep into one myself. I just feel that sometimes people "grow up" too much. What happened to dreams and aspirations? Where did all the thirst for adventure go when we were kids? No I'm not saying that we should drop everything and go live on the moon (but how cool would that be?). I just believe that getting older is no reason to abandon all the amazingly fantastic things you want to do with your life.
Some food for thought: You are the sum of your experiences, and you always regret the things you don't do.
Some of the best advice I've been given: "You can never trust a person who doesn't laugh at a fart"