Luke’s Words of Wisdom: Why so serious?
Luke’s Twitter: LuciasM
A. David Pinilla: Adam David Pinilla was born in St. Louis, Missouri, where he has lived for most of the past 25 years. During his high school years, he was involved with drama and choir and was a member of the chess club. In college, he studied Information Systems and currently enjoys working as a programmer.
He has been married since 2002 to his beautiful wife, Melina, a law student, whom he met while they were both working at a local grocery store in their teen years, and whom he will do battle with into eternity. Together, they have three cats, Tsunade, Maia Dow and Kuchiki, all of whom he is very fond.
David is semi-fluent in Spanish. In his free time, he enjoys programming, playing computer games, role-playing games, anime, attending science fiction conventions, anime conventions, podcasting, throwing parties, camping and watching select television shows, such as Smallville.
In the future, he would like to learn fencing, go skydiving, become a published author, solve world hunger, and become a crime-fighter by night.
David’s Words of Wisdom: Discontent is the first step in the progress of a man or nation. Oscar Wilde
David’s Twitter: Bafadam
Eric: Eric is an analytical chemist by trade, physicist by education, and obsessive for entertainment. This obsessive nature lends him a great many interests at any given time, including literature, movies, TV – of which he currently believes Lost to be the finest example in history – board games, miniature games, computer and console games, RPGs, theater, writing, painting, and anything else that might catch his passing fancy. Baseball, however, is his religion.
He will frequently present an opinion of something as either the greatest or worst things ever, these statements should be taken in the context of a hyperbolistic attitude. Generally the most damning thing he can say about anything is that it is “okay”. Currently Eric is shopping for a house, taking classes for a Master’s degree in Chemistry, and supporting his wife Monica’s attempts to get her first novel published.
Matt Cushman: International Man of Mystery.
Matt’s Words of Wisdom: Nuclear power is good for asthma.