Just a little bit about me.

me Some of the information that used to be here is on my résumé which I've included for those interested.

I am a member of Adventist Rodders Club. The Adventist Rodders Club is made up of members (and non-members) of the church that have a interest in cars (any interest in any type of car actually). Some of your may be asking yourself, "What is an Adventist?" Well, an Adventist is a a member of the Seventh Day Adventist (SDA) Church. The closest other denmonation to the SDA church would probably be the Seventh Day Baptist Church. Some of the beliefs of the SDA Church include the second comming of Christ and belief of the Trinity (God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit/Ghost). For more information about SDA beliefs please check out the church's offical web page at http://news.adventist.org/main/

I've lived in California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Wyoming, and am currently located in Colorado. I enjoy skiing (H2O and snow), soccer, volleyball, photography, hotrods/streetrods, and classics cars. In fact I am the proud owner of a 1947 Ford pickup. (As if my interest in cars was not obvious from my homepage.)

I am also an avid reader (when I have the time) of Tom Clancy and Stephen King, Issac Asimov, Arthur C Clarke, Frank Herbert, Michael Crichton, Ken Follet, and John Grisham. Then again I'll read just about anything, especially si-fi.

Free Speech[Blue Ribbon Campaign icon] on the net is part of our constitutional rights. The NRA emblem So is the right to keep and bear arms. As a legal (and registered) gunowner I've joined the National Rifle Association (NRA) to support the fight for our rights. I also believe that laws restricting legal gun owners does little to nothing to actually combat crime and criminals that already break the law. But the government is convinced that if it controls everything/everyone then everything will be ok. Please read the article "Live Free ... or Die!" by Clay Walker. This article was written as a feature article for the Collegian (ASWWC's weekly newspaper).

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