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Industry Science
Occupation Genehunter
Location Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
Introduction This intermittent blog follows the random adventures of my family and me. We are a two mum family with our awesome three year old Marty Roo (formerly baby Tuesday) and our newest addition, Kenzie the Kelpie.

I love cooking and far too much of this blog is about food, traveling and eating. For me, cooking for people is how I tell them I love them.

I am a statistical geneticist, geek, gamer, inherently lazy, cheese addict and whisky drinker. Right now we're working on settling back in to Tassie, holding on to memories and friends in Texas and getting into the rhythm of life. It is a fun ride and y'all are welcome to join us!
Interests Food, cooking, photography, dog training, cheese, anime, graphic design, learning new stuff, toys from the 80's, japanese cartoons from the 70's and 80's, artwork especially spunky illustration, world of warcraft, lord of the rings online, warhammer online, cooking for and spending time with people, food, birds, supermarkets, squirrels, PT Cruisers...
Favorite Movies Tank Girl, Love and Other Catastrophies, Pi, Princess Mononoke, Macross, Ghost in the Shell, The Dark Crystal, Blade Runner, Nausicaa of the Valley of Wind, How to train your dragon, Finding Nemo
Favorite Music Amanda Palmer, Metric, Orbital, Underworld, Placebo, Royksopp, Ani DiFranco, Patty Griffin, Ricky Lee Jones, Curve, Portished, Hybrid, Tori Amos, Lemon Jelly, Garbage, The Waifs, All India Radio, B(if)tek, Gorillaz, Lamb, Hole, Veruca Salt, the bird and the bee, Sarah Blasko and so much more...
Favorite Books Pattern Recognition - William Gibson Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy - Douglas Adams The Vintners Luck - Elizabeth Knox The Monkey's Mask, What a piece of work and Wild Surmise - Dorothy Porter The Belgariad - David Eddings Dragonriders of Pern - Anne McCaffrey The Dark is Rising sequence - Susan Cooper American Gods, Sandman and almost anything else - Neil Gaiman

Do you believe that forks are evolved from spoons?

Yes. Intelligent design only applies to splades.