Steve Zeck was born on January 27th, 1978 to
Hank & Karen Zeck
at the LaGrange Memorial Hospital in a quiet suburb of Chicago, IL. Never one
to stay in one place for a long period of time, I left a few months later for
Sri Lanka (an island south of India)
where I spent about 12 years of my life. Then I was shipped off to
(an island south of Japan) around 1990 and stayed until 1997. I am
currently living in the US in California (an entirely different planet south of Oregon).
I've gotten many requests for information on what life on Guam is like from people who are thinking about moving there. I enjoyed my stay on Guam and hope to return there in the future. A librarian named T.K. Cassidy, who has lived on Guam for over six years, has written an excellent series of articles called "So you want to come to Guam?". I tend to agree with the things she has to say. To read what
she's written so far, click on Part 1 or Part 2.
I have spent some time away from lush tropical islands, however, and
was last in the states in 1993-94 for one of the nastiest blizzards in the
history of Chicago. (so yes, I do know what snow looks like). The last time I
attended college, it was at the
University of Guam while I was also working part-time at
Kuentos (an Internet
provider). I now work as a programmer for the University of California (Davis campus) Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital.
I have been ordained a "Reverend Father" by the Universal Life Church but I am also considering joining the Church of the SubGenius.
I'm a Geek, and proud of it!
Steve Zeck's interests at-a-glance
|Hobbies:||Books, RPGs, Anime, Computers (anything), Gadgets, Some collectible card games. |
|Music:||Classical, Enya, Yanni, Dave Matthews Band and related music, Rock & Roll, actually - pretty much everything except Country. I collect MP3s by the ton too, but no, I'm not going to put my playlist online to annoy all the spiders...
|Food:||Asian (preferably Indian) and Chamorro.|
|Favorite Newsgroup:||Alt.Suicide.Holiday |
Mostly fantasy, sci-fi, philosophy and psychology. You can see
some of my favorites if you like.|
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