Graduated from West Liberty University
Degree in Digital Media Design
Movies: The Big Lebowski, Office Space, Halloween
TV Show: 30 Rock and Its Always Sunny In Philadelphia
Food: Burger and Fries
Sports: Hockey, NHRA Drag Racing, Monster Trucks
Hobbies: Roller Hockey
First of all, if you don’t know who I am let me explain it to you. I am the sucker they got to come in at midnights. It sounded like a really good idea at the time, trust me.
Now I am sure you want to know more about me because I am The Dude after all. I was born and raised in Wheeling, but as with most of the people in the valley I would tell people who aren’t from the area that I am really close to Pittsburgh. It’s just easier that way.
As far as my education is concerned I went to Wheeling Park High School. My original career path was going to be auto body, but then I needed an art credit to graduate. That’s how I caught the radio bug.
I decided to stick with the radio thing after high school so my next move was to head to West Liberty State College. I started in the communications program, but would eventually end up in the DMD program. I found my way into their radio station within weeks of being on campus. I was actually working for their station my 3rd week on campus till the end of my college career. I did most of the different jobs they had: production manager, music director, and eventually station manager. I changed majors when the college introduced a new program called Digital Media Design. It’s basically half communications and half graphic design. I was a part of the first graduating class from West Liberty University.
When I am not in the studio I am usually being pretty lazy at the house. PlayStation and watching a lot of TV takes up most of my day. I am a big Penguins fan so I watch most of the games at sports bars or a friend’s house.
If its concert season I like to hit up the warped tour, mayhem festival, plus anything else that might be cool to see. My favorite concerts have been Rush and 2008 Mayhem Festival.
Oh and remember: That rug really tied the room together.
Why you may ask? Becuase they don't act like ipads! Here is video to prove my point.
This is ok though. We need to be saving trees and paper anyway. Technology rules!
In Massachusetts, a family got lost in a corn maze -- and had to call 911 to be rescued.
Thousands of people come each year to the local seven-acre corn maze to enjoy the trails and dead ends.
And, the maze was so challenging for one family that they made a frantic 911 call.
"We received a phone call that someone was lost in the maze. We dispatched an officer," said Sgt. Bob Bettencourt of the Danvers Police Department.
The family was not far from the edge of the maze, but they didn't know that at the time. All they knew was that they were lost and didn't know which way to turn.
The police, along with a search dog, got the family out of the jam.
Read the full story here.
My only question is what is the appropriate tip for such a drink?
This might be the best idea ever conceived by mankind ... or the worst.
According to the New York Daily News, entrepreneurs are now putting the finishing touches on pizza vending machines and hope to roll them out onto New York City streets soon.
The machine can make a pie in 90 seconds -- and allows customers to choose between white, cheese and pepperoni pizza.
When the pizza is finished, it's delivered in a box along with a disposable pizza cutter, napkin and two spices.
What do you think? Will this work or is it going to flop? Let me know by emailing me (email@example.com)