I've been known to be funny. I have developed my sarcasm. I ignore my introverted-ness at times. I exploit my Alpha-Dog within. I hide my inner Geek (sometimes). I stomp out the urges to yell. I still don't understand emotions (mine or others'). I know how those who don't know me may categorize me upon seeing me, and it intrigues me. I used to go to the store in baggy hooded sweats and have headphones in my ear without any music playing just to hear what people say when they think you can't hear them. I love mirrored sunglasses. The behavior of people intrigues me; that's why I do what I do for work.
I don;t think there's a way to translate the behaviorist side of myself into this blog. My sense of humor is passive-aggressive, sarcastic, subtle, inappropriate, and just mean sometimes. But how does someone bounce back and forth from mommy-issues to a vacuum they enjoy, to manhood, to anger-management, to his little princess, to his son, to race issues, to techie concerns, to special Education developments, to whatever and still maintain a captive audience?
If I've learned anything from no one, it's that anyone can teach you something at any moment.
I have had a great response to some of my more"inspired" posts, and I think that the pressure I felt to do some equally deep follow-up posts was self-imposed. Yes, I want to discuss some heavier issues in my life, but I am not a deep, touchy-feely, cum-by-yah, "everyone's a winner" kind of person. I am, in fact a fairly simple person... or at least I think I am. My own philosophy is that if you have to tell people you are something, then you are not it. If you were, then people would know that. But is that the case when it comes to an online persona?
Am I doing the Modern Dad a disservice by trying to stick to one niche? since today's dads are "EVERY-MEN", who am I to try and stick myself into a box? My own Twitter profile explains the many sides of me thus far: