Took every class in Electronics and Computers I could get into.
Became a consultant, almost impossible projects for Intel, IBM, many others.
Been inside a nuclear reactor, helped build a medical linear accelerator.
Education and Work:
I'm interested in
Too many to list, start w/ a job well done, having a GF, keeping her happy. Books and information - got my first library card just after I could walk. I have built a library, and worked in library automation. When I discovered Science Fiction, I could not get enough. Music - My life was saved by Rock n Roll. Some TV is good, most is a vast wasteland. August 1981 was a high point - MTV launched, for the first few years - they actually played Music Videos.
Fleetwood Mac - esp Rumors
Pink Floyd - esp Dark Side of the Moon
Moody Blues - had all the albums
UFO - almost all good.
The Who - Whos Next and Quadrophenia, others.
Yard Birds morphed into Led Zeppelin - almost all great.
Def Leopard - esp Photograph and Pyromania
Way too many to mention
Hunt for Red October - saw it w/ friend that was going out on a boomer.
Top Gun - great, music by Berlin made it better.
Die Hard - 1 and 2 were best, 3 was not bad. Holly!
Collateral - Tom Cruise as a contract killer in LA.
How about some classics =
Bullett w/ Steve McQueen as SF PD Detective - so true.
Ice Station Zebra - real situation, great actors, well done.
Bond, James Bond - all are good, most are great.
From Top Gun - Kelly McGillis line to Tom Cruise, Maverick =
You will not be happy unless you are going Mach 2, with your hair on fire.
Galileo Galilei (1564 - 1642) - All truths are easy to understand once discovered;
the point is to discover them.