About

I am a web developer, graphic designer, artsy-fartsy weirdo, yogi, and wannabe author. These pieces have been written starting in 2006 and continue. I have been published in Toastermag. When not programming or writing, I enjoy causing trouble, raising hell, social ineptitude, comic relief, widespread panic, shaking ass, spontaneous exuberance, narcolepsy, and traumatizing the general populace.

In case anyone wonders, the title “Words, Words, Words” comes from Shakespeare’s Hamlet, in a conversation between Polonius and Hamlet. Act II, Scene II. Page 247, line 192 of The Arden Shakepeare edition (arguably the most beautiful book in my library) :

Pol: [aside] How say you by that? Still harping on my daughter. Yet he knew me not at first; a said I was a fishmonger. A is far gone. And truly in my youth I suffered much extremity for love, very near this. I’ll speak to him again.—What do you read my lord?

Ham: Words, words, words.