As promised, as of November 1 and my fiftieth post, this blog is no longer anonymous. I will still not post my last name on this site to prevent those who Google my full name from stumbling by here. Instead, I will link to my personal site (www.muzsai.com). There’s not much there to see right now, but I hope to expand that site a bit and also use it as a repository for gallery images.
Below are two pics of yours truly. As you can see, I’m still not ready to cast off all of my masks. I love to Photoshop myself into movie posters—kind of Fark.com meets Walter Mitty.
Now that this blog’s traffic has ballooned to over a hundred unique visitors per day, now is as good of a time as any to reintroduce myself.
I am a single, heterosexual 32-year–old blogger living in Kingston, NJ. As an alum of Princeton University, the Defense Language Institute, Foreign Language Training Center Europe, and the Army Intelligence Center; I suppose that I could describe myself as well-educated.
Even though I am registered as a Republican, my politics are moderate and open-minded, and I feel that the less the government tries to parentally protect people from themselves, the better.
Although I believe in God and attend church once in a while, I do have a problem with denominational religion, and how it often focuses on dogma, rather than doctrine—and judgment, rather than service.
I’m a great cook, which partly explains my recent weight problem; I still have a bit of a gut, but I’m finally starting to see muscle definition in my upper torso (vive le Bowflex).
My current favorite iPod playlist includes Bond, a few mixes of Barber’s Adagio for Strings, Enigma, Angel Romero, Nightwish, Metallica’s The Unforgiven, some Vivaldi, some Celtic music, Let Go by Frou Frou, Rockell, and some Japanese techno.
You can find more biographical information in this post: Who is not Mike?.
Every word that I write on this blog, I post as a private citizen, not as an employee of Princeton University or any other company which employs my services. I am solely responsible for what you read on this site.