|Location||Riverside, CA, United States|
|Introduction||If you've read this far Thank you.|
|Interests||Reading, tabletop games, golf, comparative politics, technology, Phone Art, bicycles, Economics|
|Favorite Movies||Farscape, Avatar, Dick Tracy, Captain America, Rogue One, Silver Lining Playbook, Sleeping Tiger Hidden Dragon, The Nightmare before Christmas, James Bond: Golden Eye, Up|
|Favorite Music||Bach, Handel, Weezer, Beck, Coldplay, Greenday, The Beatles, Band of Horses, Local Natives, The Killers, Tribe Called Quest, Busta Rhymes, Coolio, Angelique Kidjo, John Williams|
|Favorite Books||Hannibal, Martian, To Kill a Mockingbird, Benjamin Franklin: An American Life, The Book of Sand, Da Vinci Code, The Lord of the Rings.|
Do you believe that forks are evolved from spoons?
Yes, the fork came after the spoon. It's not necessarily evolution, but it's late adoption as a utensil is partly because of the devil... Darra Goldstein, the co-curator of "Feeding Desire" said the fork reminded people of the devil's horns. Citation below: Johnson, Caitlin, "The Evolution Of Silverware", October 15, 2006, https://www.cbsnews.com/news/the-evolution-of-silverware/