Ted C is Me
On Blogger since May 2004
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Blogs I follow
- "Bucksweep.com - The Original Wing-T Web Site"
- American Quarterback in Europe
- Coaching football in Austria
- Coaching for Pizza
- Cripes! Get back to fundamentals...
- Fourth And Short
- Marhaba Oxford
- Parisian Spring
- RUNCODHIT FOOTBALL
- Spread Football
- The Endless Option
- The Sun Rises in the East
- There Lies the Port
- Youth Football Weekly
|Occupation||Foreign Service Officer|
|Introduction||A failure at stand-up comedy, I joined the U.S. Foreign Service in 1985 and have served in Mexico, Australia, Jamaica, Slovenia, Fiji, Austria and Belgium, as well as several tours of duty at the Department of State in Washington, D.C. When not posted to a country where they play American football, I work to update my knowledge of the game, and to share ideas with other coaches at clinics and on the Internet: http://forums.delphiforums.com/TedSeay. Divorced, overweight and childless, I enjoy reading, especially political economy and military history, as well as hiking, snorkeling, and playing cricket, albeit very badly. When asked to describe myself in three words or fewer, I usually answer “Unwilling to follow instructions.” (h/t: Righteous Raoul) Although my interview with the late Michael Manley was published in "Wisden Cricket Monthly" in April 1995, my claim to understand the LBW law is seldom heard and generally disbelieved.|
|Interests||Economics/human action, conflict theory, military history, American football strategy, film, music, comedy|
|Favorite Movies||Patton, M*A*S*H, Dr. Strangelove, Gregory's Girl, The Third Man, Young Frankenstein, Quadrophenia, Groundhog Day, The Verdict, Drunken Master, Five Deadly Venoms, Terminator 2, Lagaan, The Searchers, Tombstone, We Were Soldiers|
|Favorite Music||Eva Cassidy, Bob Marley, Derek & the Dominoes, Kylie Minogue, the Bangles, Toni Tennille, Mel Torme, Robbie Williams, Eminem, Rosemary Clooney, Rubinoos, The Who, Kiki Dee, Allison Kraus, anyone named Elvis, norteño|
|Favorite Books||Authors: Robert A. Heinlein, Thomas Sowell, Ludwig von Mises, F.A. Hayek, P.J. O'Rourke, Colin Gray, Victor Davis Hanson|
If you could peer far enough into the night sky, you'd see a star in any direction you looked. When would you sleep?
If you meet the Buddha in the road, kill him.