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About myself[edit]

Here goes: I grew up in Skaneateles New York. I enrolled at State University of New York at Oneonta where I joined the co-ed voluntary service fraternity Alpha Phi Omega and graduated with a degree in English.

For a short time, I was a door-to-door insurance salesman. After that frightening experience, I enlisted in the U.S. Navy in August 2001. I was then transferred to Naval Submarine Base New London in Groton Ct where I was stationed on board the USS Pittsburgh (SSN-720) as a Sonar Technician. I changed rates and became a U.S. Navy Quartermaster. I was then transferred to Naval Station Norfolk, Norfolk, Virginia, VA where I was stationed on board the USS Shreveport (LPD-12). From there I had been honorably discharged and currently I work in the civilian nuclear power industry.

Some of my many myriad of hobbies have been: amateur photography, asylum history, creative writing, and much more than I can remember right now.

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