7 Things About Me That You Might not Know - Well here goes nothing.
- I play video games ALOT - While you probably know that I play video games, you don't know to what extent I do so. Xfire keeps track of how many game hours you play if you have the messenger program running, and here's a glimpse at my World of Warcraft playtime: 2,115 hours. Whew I'm a Gameaholic for sure, and that's just the hours that the xfire logged. I used to turn the xfire off most of the time that I play to avoid interruptions.
- Being bi rocks, bilingual that is - Growing up in Hawaii, but with one parent from Japan I did get to learn how to speak Japanese fluently. Only thing that sucks is having half your family halfway across the globe.
- Playing with lenses is bad - Well this is a good a place as any to place confessions. So to my family, remember when our front yard looked like someone applied the scorched earth tactic to it? Well that was me playing with ants, and a magnifying glass. Note to kids, don't try to burn an ant with a lens while its on dry tinder.
- I'm Greek don't ya know - Not in blood, but in spirit at least. Delta Tau Delta was my fraternity of choice, mainly because I wanted to be around the friend's I made. While I won't become as famous as Drew Carey (another Delt member), hopefully I'll atleast be known around the blogosphere.
- Maui born & raised - Yup locally grown, and cultivated this variety of Mitch has been sheltered here on the island of Maui for almost 30 years. The species isn't know to wander too far away from the island, but has been spotted in some areas of Tokyo or Chicago for brief periods of time.
- Anime Daisuki - I'm not an Otaku, but I do love my animations. Anything from cartoons, but mostly Japanese animations are my favorite. Current items being watched are Bleach, Clannad, Naruto, Bamboo Blade, and Dragonaut. One can never grow too old for anime.
- It's a boy! - Yup I'm a father of a very overly energetic, rascally little five year old. He's also very smart. How do I know this? The son-of-a-Mitch managed to bring a wheelbarrow full of dirt into the house every day, with no wheelbarrow or shovel. Just the with the undersides of his small four inch feet. I have yet to figure this one out.
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Alan @ The Thin Red Line
Megha @ Life in Black and White
JoanJoyce @ JoanJoyce
Joanne @ The Laid Back Buddhist - Good Luck on the 2007 weblog awards btw
Ritu @ Work n Play
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