I was raised in Raymond, New Hampshire, but currently reside in Epsom.
What was your first memory of using computers?
My first memory of using computers was when my dad had gotten the family its first desktop, a Gateway if I remember correctly. It was running Windows 95 and at the time we had no internet. I used the computer for the basics at first, 3D Pinball Space Cadet, MS Paint, and Solitaire. Not long after showing interest in playing games on the computer, my parents acquired some educational games. The one I remember best is Math Blaster, the first educational game that I actually enjoyed.
What was the last great book you read?
The last great “physical” book I read was Stephen King’s IT. I enjoy the horror/thriller genre but besides that, I believe Stephen King is one of the best authors in history. I have been working my way through a lot of his novellas and short story books using audiobooks. He has the capability to captivate even within a 100 line poem titled: Paranoid: A Chant.
If you could go anywhere for an entire month, where would it be?
Right before the pandemic, my wife and I checked a box on our bucket list by taking a vacation to Italy. If money, time, and responsibilities were not a factor, I would love to go back to Italy for a month to experience more of the country and culture. We had an amazing time visiting a large majority of what Rome had to offer but we would go back to Italy in a heartbeat to experience Milan, Naples, Sicily, Tuscany, Venice, Florence, and or any of the Amalfi Coast.
What are you most frequently heard listening to?
That can be a difficult question to answer. It may even be easier to tell you that I don’t listen to much of any country music. Otherwise, a normal commute in my car can vary from Post Malone, Slipknot, Queen, Lil Dicky, Weird Al, and Yellow Card, to name a few.
Favorite sports teams?
Being from New England the answer is most likely not surprising but I heavily follow the Boston Celtics and enjoy watching the New England Patriots.