No, my name is not James. I chose to emulate my friend Marge and assign monikers and aliases to all named herein. Still getting used to my extended family being named after The Simpsons, but I’ll get used to it. I just can’t wait for Lisa to come along.

I’m a brain injury survivor, lifeguard, local eccentric and miss the friendliness that left my birth town some time in the early 90’s. I’m a sucker for the unusual (relics, cars, machines, my choice in women, etc.) and strongly opinionated. It is hypothesized that I also have a congenital speech processing disorder, some manner of lysdexia and possibly mild Asperger’s Syndrome. (Thanks for that one Marge. I read up on it, and it seems 2 fit Dad & I.) No, I’m not a hypochondriac, my family is on behalf of others *wink* Like Marvin the Paranoid Android, we like to solve all the problems in the universe other than our own- they’re too complicated.

No pets, currently single and sadly too busy (Sorry Iris), my hobbies include ham radio, swimming, cycling, motorcycles, physics and writing (short fiction, erotica, spy fiction, physics hypotheses and observations). I saw a psychotherapist last year who told me to start journaling and since I edit too much with pen and paper, here I am. Marge, you know it all already. Anyone else who recognizes me, refer to the Trespasser’s William on my home page’s header and drop me a note.

*As the Reader may note, the Author is fond of mildly obscure literary references and odd English. Refer to the works of Howard Pyle, Rudyard Kipling, Jack London, A.A. Milne, James Thurber, Madeline L’Engle and Douglas Adams, or ask the man behind the screen if you’re puzzled or confused. You are not alone.

**Some pages and posts are password protected. In order to view these you must:

  1. Know me IRL
  2. Be bold enogh to ask
  3. Be someone whom I trust with that particular personal info.
  4. ASK!

**James Otis, Jr. was a historical figure in the American Revolutionary War and character in the children’s (sic) novel by Esther Forbes.


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