It’s Thursday and you all have only one more day until the weekend! This week’s TT focuses on ‘Know Your Author’ and will be random things about yours truly.
Do *you* have something in common with me? Do you have a question about one of these oddities? Please let me know in the comments.
|Thirteen jump-start sentences by Aaron Crocco
1. I learned to solve a Rubiks Cube via YouTube. I can solve from start to finish in about 2.5 minutes. My personal record is a minute, twenty.
2. My eyes change color, shifting from blue to a bluish-green.
3. I am left-handed.
4. When I was young, I wanted to be a chef. One trip to the Culinaray Institute changed that, as I saw how much hard work it is.
5. I follow hockey. Nothing else.
6. I have a secret love for Nutella.
7. I believe almost anything can be done better on a computer.
8. I love taking pictures. My honeymoon consisted of about 1400 photos.
9. I collect Hess Trucks.
10. I believe hybrid and biodiesel cars will be mandatory within ten years.
11. I cannot understand how people thing global warming is not an issue, nor how our government can ignore it. Money should not be this powerful.
12. I have had an an eBay account since June of 1997, long before most people have even had internet.
13. I hate pop culture and believe most news focuses on this to distract us from the real issues.
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I agree on #s 10 & 11! Happy TT
computer and taking pictures…good stuff!
I think you are absolutely right on 11 and 13, and they are in a way linked. More people would be able to tell you what Britney Spears was up to than would be able to tell you who Vladimir Putin was, for example.
> 8. I love taking pictures
How about having a photo section on your site?