I'm a computer science and philosophy major devoted to working hard so that one day when I get bigger I won't be working on pointless applications. That's not to say I work on pointless applications now, I'd just like to keep it that way, not everything, I'd like to change quite a few things actually, my G+ status for instance. Not the taste of cough syrup though, I used to love that stuff as a little kid. It was a treat to get sick, unless I got the bubble gum medicine. Why was it chalky? What marketing dunce approved that? I'm not even sure what it was for, I don't have kids and I don't take liquid medicine anymore. Maybe one day I'll find out. The other day I found out how fidelity 401k options are structured.
Its funny the random things you find out in life, but I haven't figured out what to put in these About Me sections yet. I just watched the informant, I didn't think it was that great, but I thought it might be fun to ramble like him for a bit. Its not like anyone reads these bios anyway, if you do you probably don't even think this is weird. I can't imagine what other people put in their bios, if I had to guess I'm probably better off not knowing. One day my job is probably going to be to read bios on stack overflow for hiring intel, karma works like that. If that's you, its nothing personal maybe you enjoy every minute of it. You could really read into someone's personality if it was well done. Maybe you develop a picture of them in your mind, and then you meet them in person, and you think to yourself, Duncan didn't seem like the type of guy to wear a JEDI outfit to an interview but who am I to judge. Or maybe you do judge, if that's your job, or maybe its your hobby.
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