Me and MI’m John and I live in Orlando, FL.

I am happily married and I work for a company in Research Park.  I possess a M.S. in CS from Colorado State.

Contact me if you need to know more.

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  1. I stumbled on your blog through your post about the caver Ted story, my friend sent it to me. The picture at the top of your blog is absolutely brilliant. Did you take it? If not, do you know who did? I think I’m going to visit, it’s like something straight out of my mind.

    • I didn’t take it…and not really sure who did. It was one of the stock WordPress images for that particular theme I used.
      John

  2. You wrote the story? Ted’s Caving?

    I just read it. Great story, should be a movie!

    It is late and I am in bed and it’s dark. Half way through I had to turn the lamp even though my bf and dog are sleeping right beside me.

    Great Read, my only wish is that you finished it. I really wanted to read about the planned trip.

  3. Came here from the Ted Caver story too. I am interested in some more info, if you wouldn’t mind sending me an e-mail, I would really appreciate it.

  4. Warranty Rip-off

    P.T. Barnum said “There is a sucker born every minute.” 150 years later Guardian Warranty and Simmons-Rockwell are proving him right.
    I bought a used car from Simmons-Rockwell and they sold me a Guardian Warranty deal for $1699.
    My air conditioning quit working and they said Sorry, AC metal tubing is not covered. My $1699 didn’t do me any good. Apparently which parts are covered is a crap shoot. I never did get a contract, but I assume GWC got their share of my $1699.
    Simmons-Rockwell also sold me “electronic corrosion protection” for $799 and there is a small box with red lights in the engine compartment that does the trick. I later found out this is pure snake oil and completely worthless. A friend who owns a body shop said to leave the red lights connected to remind me how dumb I am and they might increase my gas mileage by 25 per cent and my penis size by 10 per cent. Again no contract.
    These so-called “protection agreements” are easy sucker money for GWC and S-R. And they are playing you for a fool.
    Stay away from Guardian Warranty Corporation of Avoca-Wilkes-Barre, PA and Simmons-Rockwell of Big Flats, New York.
    Stay away from these guys.
    For more insight into the warranty scam racket, GOOGLE “US Fidelis”.
    Yours truly, Tom Thurber Gillett, Pennsylvania

    Sent from Windows Mail

  5. John, checked your blog… and realized how you had really been going to town with your bread making. I did not realize that you were into it to that degree. I really enjoyed your take on the recipes…and really enjoyed the pictures as well. I think that your articles will spur people to try them.

    All I can say is…that compared to your blog… “I am not worthy!” 😉

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