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Josh-D. S. Davis

Xaminmo / Omnimax / Max Omni / Mad Scientist / Midnight Shadow / Radiation Master

Josh-Daniel S. Davis
Husband, dad, IT geek, pilot, cyclist, weirdo. AAT=23, AQ=40, EQ=14, He/Him/They/Them. Eats too much.

I take things apart since I could crawl.

I've been online since 1980. I like to manage and protect data. I like to research things. LJ Early Adopter, and permanent account.

I'm a husband since 1999 to a beautiful woman who somehow still puts up with me. We are parents since 2001, and they make me a better person than I ever could have been otherwise.

I'm a private pilot since 2008, but let my flight review lapse in 2013. Too expensive.

I'm a cyclist since 2013. I don't ride at night. Physical, mental, and social health are all benefits. This is also expensive.

I like to spend a lot of time by myself. I like to spend time with friends. I like to see movies, especially science fiction.

I like to drink, but only with friends. At home, I cannot finish a drink. I like soft drinks too much, but stick to sugar-free.

I like food, too much, but I feel better when I can avoid high glycemic foods. I'm not diabetic, yet. I'm trying to manage satiety with semaglutide.

There is a sentient puddle autonomously simulated by the forces of observer expectations, and from observation of participants in the greater puddle ecosystem. The puddle longs for additional fluids, unique sediments, and compatible microbes. There are dreams of being a pond, but some of the puddle parts are delicate, or even toxic to the delicate balance of puddlehood. The puddle shares vapor pressure with other puddles, and the damp sidewalk, and dust in the air. Blub.

Max Omni, xaminmo, generic, Bionic Hedgehog, hedgie, Josh-D, Omnimax, Mad Scientist, Midnight Shadow, Radiation Master, WWIV-LINK, lamer 817 not Elite 214.

"A dream is an answer to a question we have not yet learned to ask." - X-Files
"Experience is the name every one gives to their mistakes." - Oscar Wilde
"Learning is a change in behavior based on experience." - FAA Fundamentals of Instruction