Alex

Well, I guess we should start from the top. I was born in Homer and went to school in….and forget that, it’s really boring. Let’s just skip to the good stuff!

Sports: I only pay attention to Nascar- Go Dale Jr.!!! and baseball- CUBBIES all the way baby!

Fave films:  Lord of the Rings, Porky’s, Halloween, and Pulp Fiction

Five must have Albums:
S.T.P – Thank You
Godsmack (self titled)
AC/DC – Ballbreaker
Powerman 5000 – Tonight the Stars Revolt
Aerosmith (self titled)

Top five tv shows I wouldn’t miss even if the world was ending:
Family Guy
Two and a Half Men
Supernatural
Law and Order S.V.U.
Rescue Me

What else…what else…
My favorite color is red, my only kid is my pug, I eat just about anything, and am just pretty laid back in general.


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