- He Has Too Many Thoughts for a Boy His Age...
- ROBOTECH Perfect Memory Soundtrack Project
- Science Fiction Daily Almanac
- Pizza Slice of Life
- It's Called Entertainment
- It's Called Entertainment: Fer's Forum
Blogs I follow
- A Distant Soil by Colleen Doran
- AL'S BLOG
- American Narada
- Bialogue = Bisexual + Dialogue
- BiNet USA's Blog
- Blog from the Crypt | Scary Fun for Everyone!
- cat versus human
- Chaos Life
- CrAzY mE
- Cross Thoughts
- Darth Mojo
- Disco potential.
- Dislocated Life
- Dusty Shelf
- Eavesdropping with Johnny
- Forgotten Trek
- Funky Frolic
- Gary: Landlord of the Flies
- Grab your pants and go.
- Head Trip
- Head Trip
- Hyperbole and a Half
- Information Society
- InsideOUT News Blog | PrideDEPOT.com
- Jess Fink
- Karri's Ramblings, Murmurs, and Cries in the Night
- Library Music Rarities
- Linda E. Savage
- Lisa and Rich's wedding website!
- Lisa V. Tomecek - Home
- LUNAR ATRIUM
- Macross World
- Make Room for Granny
- Mark Rademaker
- Now Hand Me the Cat!
- Power Records
- Realistic Spaceship Illustrations
- Rebecca Forstadt Kid Voice Actor
- ROBOBLOG III Archives
- Robot Hugs
- Ruminations From Roy
- sf5x | Just another WordPress.com site
- TERRY MOORE | Writer/Artist of Rachel Rising, Echo, Strangers In Paradise
- That Would Be So Cool If...
- The Gutters
- The Muppet Newsflash
- The Potent Dreams of Rats | My Journey to Personal Freedom
- This Day In Science Fiction
- THIS ROBOTECH THING, the blog
- VAL VERDE MUSIC
- Way Out Junk
- xSharpie Goddessx
- You Are Not So Smart
|Occupation||Taking care of the family|
|Location||Greensburg, PA, United States|
|Introduction||I grew up in the Pittsburgh suburbs, then spent 10 years in the Philly suburbs, then married my high school sweetheart and moved back to the Pittsburgh suburbs.|
I first got into SF around the age of 5, when I discovered that the Star Trek cartoon also had a live action version, and Captain Kirk, Mr. Spock, phasers and the Enterprise all looked totally real. This led to a huge interest in space in general and science fiction in particular, that I've carried with me my entire life.
I was really into anime in the mid 80's and most of the 90's, and I was mostly known on the internet as "YellowDncr" back then. I sent out a Robotech newsletter as a part of the Disciples of Zor (a Robotech fanclub), ran "Yellow's Fansub Center," and then occasionally helped my wonderful wife Joy with her store, Joy's Japanimation. I pretty much burned out on anime because of that, but I still love Robotech & Macross.
Nowadays I spend my time taking care of my family, trying to make life for Joy as easy as possible as we raise our wonderful daughter Mylene.
|Interests||Besides the obvious science fiction TV and books and comics and stuff, I'm also very passionate about music. And pizza. Boy do I love pizza. And I'm fascinated by why we do the things we do.|
|Favorite Movies||The Muppet Movie, Henry & June|
|Favorite Music||8Bit Betty, Alabama 3, Adam Ant, Adamski (aka Adam Sky), Air, Alan Hawkshaw, AlpharhythM, Art of Noise, AudioBody, B-52's, Beatles, Blue Man Group, Brian Bennett, Dr. Demento, Electric Light Orchestra, Erasure, Gary Numan, Genesis, George Michael, The Hazzards, Human League, INFORMATION SOCIETY, Keith Mansfield, Kirsty Hawkshaw, Lemon Jelly, Liam Lynch, Mari Iijima, Meco, Michael Bradley, Mike Vickers, Moby, Moog Cookbook, Neuropa, Nine Inch Elvis, Ookla the Mok, PM Dawn, PET SHOP BOYS, Phenomenauts, Pink Floyd, The Pinker Tones, Republica, School of Seven Bells, Seal, Senor Coconut, Shamen, Smash Mouth, Soho, Sven Libaek, Taco, Tom Petty, Vangelis, "Weird Al" Yankovic, and anything else that catches my ear.|
|Favorite Books||Anything by Jack McDevitt, books on bisexuality, and of course lots of Star Trek and Star Wars books.|
Your superpower is that you smell like dandelions whenever someone lies. How will you maintain your secret identity?
Well, I think that Brian Michael Bendis has established how hard it would be to keep a secret identity in this day and age of camera phones and blogs and such, so I'd just go public.