About Ravenwood

(02-06-2003) Useless facts that no one ever bothered to ask about me:

  • I may be happy and single, but my options are always open.
  • Intelligence and personality are what I look for in a woman.
  • Women don’t realize just how stupid that sounds.
  • I once had a chick pass me her phone number on the interstate.
  • We were doing 70 miles an hour when she handed it to me out the window.
  • While I’ll listen to just about anything, I prefer classic 80s music, which explains my lack of a social life.
  • My cousin’s wife is related to actor, Luke Perry.
  • He had to tell me who Luke Perry was.
  • I’ll drink almost any premium beer, but especially like Budweiser, Coors Light, Heineken, Amstel, and anything German.
  • My Beer Master certificate from the Anheuser-Busch Beer School used to hang in my office at work.
  • I have the Anheuser-Busch pledge from the Budweiser logo committed to memory.
  • I cannot remember the license plate number on my car.
  • My license plates have been expired since November.
  • SUVs are my car of choice from here on out. I need some space.
  • Since I’m built for comfort, not speed, I’m glad I switched from a muscle car to an SUV; but sometimes I miss the power.
  • I think that dogs are loving and loyal, but cats are good with melted butter or ketchup.
  • I don’t have a favorite color, but I usually don’t wear blue.
  • Plaid is reserved for boxer shorts.
  • Boxer shorts make more of a fashion statement than tighty whiteys.
  • I’ve been an ordained minister since 1998.
  • My primary PC is an HP laptop. I don’t think I’ll ever go back to a desktop
  • I watch college football religiously, but rarely watch the pros.
  • I’ve only rented one video in the past 4 years, much to the chagrin of my brother-in-law, who works for a major video rental company.
  • That video was American Beauty, after which, I purchased it on DVD.
  • I live in a one bedroom apartment, but have three DVD players.
  • I live in a one bedroom apartment, but have enough furniture (mostly in storage) to furnish a four bedroom house.
  • My fridge has no food in it.
  • My house in Georgia was on the market for three months, but closed less than a week after the offer was made.
  • I went through 6 different majors in college. I had almost 140 credits when I graduated.
  • One summer in college, I took an acting course and played Mitch in a scene from "A Streetcar Named Desire".
  • My teacher picked me to play Mitch because I most identified with his character. She also felt that I was one of only a few people strong enough to lift Blanche off the ground and carry her around.
  • I watch more Discovery, TLC, and History Channel than all the network TV combined.
  • Shopping on the internet is more fun that shopping in the mall. The stores are more interesting as well.

If you have any other questions, feel free to ask me.

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