About

Hi! So, you’ve found my blog, and now you want to know what it’s about. Good luck with that. Really, though, this is my pseudo-personal blog in which I publish all sorts of inane ramblings. My name is Chris, and I’m currently trying to decide what to do with my life. I studied Civil Engineering for three semesters at LeTourneau University and then switched to Christian Ministries. After the fourth semester, I promptly ran out of money for school. I live in the grand state of North Carolina, and I’m considering attending UNCC at some point for Electrical Engineering. I currently work all of the time, do online homework when I’m not working, and tinker with my 30-year-old Nissan/Datsun when I’m not doing those things. My goal after graduation is to work in a foreign country with an NGO or missions organization. I used to have a Labrador Retriever who proofed all of my blog posts, but time, the old demon, caught up with her. The editorial position is open!

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Warning, this blog contain posts of the most random of natures and may cause confusion and misunderstanding in those people who do not like unicorns.* The contents of this blog are monitored by a thoroughly biased panel of editors that currently consists of the author. Political and/or Mythical opinions expressed may or may not portray the true viewpoints of the author of these blogs. A totally random tag is inserted along with relevant tags for each post. No Not very many Calvinists were harmed in the making of the site. If you have any questions or comments please post them in the comments section.** XKCD, Princess Bride, or Monty Python references are highly likely to occur during the course of this blog’s life. If you are offended by the verbal abuse of liberals or benevolent dictators please do not read this blog. You are hereby granted the right to read, comment on, debate, internally slander, and otherwise deal with this blog and its contents. By reading any post on xanthuskidd.wordpress.com, you agree to abide by this license. Please note that the terms expressed herein are liable to change at any time and without notice.

~ Chris

*As unicorns are mostly considered to be real (or at least ethical) by the majority of the lesser sciences, the confirmation of their existence is imminent. If you ever see a unicorn please do not approach it, they scare easily and have unstable temperaments.

** Comments about Coca-Cola supremacy or the human rights of Cleverbot will not be tolerated.