Born in a quaint California village I grew up quickly to become the youngest editor of the New York Times after graduating at the top of my class from Princeton. I quickly grew bored of Newspapers so I went to work for NASA where I invented rocket ships, studied alien corpses, and smoked weed with Neil Armstrong. In my spare time I became the first athlete to win both the Tour de France and the Boston Marathon. After my stint at NASA I got a hankering for adventure so I joined a gang of Indonesian Pirates and we ruled the Baltic Sea with an iron fist. While on my travels with this gang of misfits I fell in love with a Finnish Princess and we were wed shortly after. I am now the King of Finland and we live in a castle made entirely of ice and have many indentured servants.
Hockey, Music, Bitches, Money, Whiskey
I have a job. It's called being awsome....full time.