Name: Andy Davis
Birth Date: December 18
Occupation: Tech Geek
The actual photo at the top of the page is an actual photo of me with and old pair of glasses on. If you can read the 1's and 0's and see what it actually says in words you can than call yourself a tech geek if you like...
"To become a dragoon, you must be able to follow your destiny and change it when the time be, or you will lose your spirit and yourself."
"Embrace your dreams. If you want to be a hero you need to have dreams... and honor.
"Cutting the dead wood off the tree doesn't kill the tree... It just makes it stronger. More beautiful. With more room to grow."
I will always place the mission first.
I will never accept defeat
I will never quit.
I will never leave a fallen comrade.
I am very unfortunate, except when I'm fortunate. I am a pessimistic optimist as I hope something good will happen in my favor, though deep down I know it won't. I enjoy working on and with computers and have an associated degree in Networking and Telecommunication Technology. I have taken a 3-D animation course in high school and loved it as well as a video production course. I am an artist and an anime/manga addict and a bit of a comic book fan.
According to some people I'm a very easy going person, don't know where they get that from. I tend to be hyper, random and quirky a lot of the time. I also tend to be overly enthusiastic, often at inappropriate times.
I have a darker side to me though. I tend to be a bit self-hating at times and can be very mean, cruel, unforgiving and nasty to those who hurt my friends or those close to me, I am protective of those I care about an have been described as intimidating by people on the receiving end of my anger. I have a one time warning system and usually don't give second chances. I am very loyal to those close to me, which may be the death of me metaphorically or physically. I would give my life for my friends and families safety.
"Men are born and die.
They live through a spring of hope, a summer of power, an autumn of
uncertainty and a winter of old age and defeat.
With them, civilizations are born and die. They are born when an idea
brings men together, out of awe, desire, anxiety and hate. Ideas
thrive, igniting the threads of history, until burning the world while
their strength keeps them alive and strong.
As this strength wanes, they die out. And when this happens, people
and nation die with them. Those ideas, that strength, that fire, are
what we call the Patriots."