What is your favorite part about being a Data Analyst at KS&R?
I love the challenge of programming ways to improve processes we have in place to make things more efficient. It takes creativity and thinking outside the box.
Tell me a fun fact.
I was in the Navy for almost 9 years and we actually ate really well on the ship. Sometimes we would have lobster and steak for dinner or delicious eggs for breakfast. It was like the food everyone else had, but better because there were fewer people to cook for. We had one cook that put onions in everything, including muffins. It was really weird.
What would be your first question after waking up from being cryogenically frozen for 100 years?
Have we figured out teleportation yet? I drive way too much and would just like to be there.
If you didn't have to sleep, what would you do with the extra time?
I would play golf or I would work on my photography. Actually, I want to program a game engine, so I would work on that.
Tell me one truth and one lie about yourself.
I am a really good guitar player and I really love camping.
When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?
It varied. It started with wanting to be a ghostbuster, then a ninja turtle and then a foot doctor. I wanted to help a person's foot feel better.
What food have you never eaten but would really like to try?
Caviar. I like sushi, but I am sure it tastes completely different than that.
What would be the worst food to be liquefied and drank through a straw?
Brussels sprouts. They taste terrible normally and I can only imagine how they would taste being liquefied.
What product or service is way more expensive than it needs to be?
Cable TV, but mostly because they have a trillion channels.