Hey! I’m ed! thomas, the Internet’s leading source of weirdness from a guy who demands his name be spelled with an exclamation point. You will undoubtedly be shocked to discover that this is my homepage.
You are welcome to go ahead and read my blog. You can also follow my brain-droppings on Twitter. Feel free to become a close, personal friend of mine on Facebook. If some new social network pops up and you want to find me there, odds are that I’m there as “edthomas”, “edequalsawesome” or “theedthomas”, because I am nothing if not consistent.
And handsome. Handsome and consistent.
Also charming. Handsome, consistent, charming and ridiculously funny.
Did I mention “humble”? I’m extraordinarily humble, too.
Things You, The Inquisitive Internet Denizen, May Want To Know.
(Then Again, Maybe You Don’t, But Whatever.)
ITEM: I am a giant nerd who obsesses over technology, comics, comedy, pop-culture, The Muppets, writing, movies, musical theater, food and ties. Basically, if it’s not “sports” or “cars”, odds are that I’m into it.
ITEM: I believe that waffles are better than pancakes, pie is better than cake, and angel hair is the perfect pasta. I will argue these points with the same passion that people usually reserve for arguing about politics or religion.
SUB-ITEM: I will argue politics and religion with the same passion that people usually reserve for arguing about breakfast carbs, desert and pasta, which is to say “not much passion at all”.
ITEM: My day job is being the IT manager for a software startup on Long Island. My night job is writing. My dawn job is sleeping, while my dusk job is being awesome.
ITEM: I am more comfortable in a shirt and tie than I am in a t-shirt. Because I’m weird, clearly.
ITEM: I have a wide range of skills, but most of them are not marketable. If you know anyone who is looking for a writer/performer who has flown a blimp and done voiceover work in a major video game that can do IT related things, please send them my way. Thanks in advance.
ITEM: Most people are more afraid of speaking in front of a large crowd than they are of speaking to someone one-on-one. I am the exact opposite of that.
ITEM: I have a giant head. Like, literally, my head is ginormous. Finding hats for me is a terrible burden, you guys.