Take this and take that and stick it together in a way nobody ever saw before.

I draw stick figures. Never progressed.  But I can combine things on a computer.  I’ve always been good at that.  Take this and take that and stick it together in a way nobody ever saw before.

Programming/hacking is a lifelong thing.  Even with that, a lot of it is scripting.  I don’t care if I’m writing the entire code myself or if I’m piecing together programs written by others; I just want a task done when I want it done and I don’t care how I have to get it done when I want it.

I follow whatever my inspiration is at the moment.

School was always just kinda there.  I’d do my work and get good grades and of course I’d try but I never really worried if something was late or on time or perfect; I just did my best and said, “Here ya go”.  Like you say – a pleasant self-torture.

Sometimes the stuff I learned in class had nothing to do with the lessons but about the people around me.  I learned about nice people and assholes, liars, troublemakers, rule followers, rule breakers and I always felt I was a little contrary to all of that.  They’d form groups, and I’d stay a loner, but I was always pleasant to people.  I never saw any good excuse to be rude, although sometimes my sense of humor would get me in trouble.  [I try to be sensitive to ppls feelings, but sometimes I’d fail]

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