|Occupation||Johnson & Johnson ITLDP [ITIS, Raritan NJ]|
|Location||Dix Hills, NY, United States|
|Interests||smiling, being loud, telling too many stories, fishing, roadtrips, my NY yankees, PSU Football, Wrestling, being 'happy go lucky' all the time|
|Favorite Movies||Happy Feet, Finding Nemo, Independence Day, The Rock, Big Fish, The Incredibles, Pirates of the Carribean, and all those college movies, Anchorman, Wedding Crashers, 40 Year Old Virgin, Old School, Animal House|
|Favorite Books||Cradle to Cradle, Small is the New Big, Made to Stick, The World is Flat|
Do you believe that forks are evolved from spoons?
The silverware, once only a utility of liquids eventually found themselves migrating toward more solid substances. Those who ventured away from the bowl-only world they were living became acclimated to their new environment by developing prongs. The spork was born and as Darwinism began to take place forks evolved. While spoons still exist, the spork can only be found in very remote locations.