-My name is Dustin. I've lived near Wichita for most of my life.
-I have short blonde hair and green/blue eyes.
-I have size 15 feet. My uncle Jake has size 14 feet, and he's 6'8.
-About 90% of all of my living relatives are still Amish. My parents and two older sisters are ex-Amish. Feel free to ask any questions about the Amish lifestyle, and I'll try my best to answer them. No, sorry, I'm not Amish.
-I am a born again Christian believer. Nothing comes before God in my life.
-I'm the leader of our school's student led Bible Study/ministry.
-I do Debate and Forensics.
-I absolutely love to go fishing. I could tell story after story about my fishing adventures.
-I go noodling every chance I get. Have you ever seen the show "Hillbilly Handfishin"? I think the guys on that show are pussies. They're not as hardcore as we are.
-I've been on one of those cheesy Hunting/Fishing shows that nobody ever watches. "Diomond Adventures" We went catfishing in Cheney Lake.
-Apolo Ohno's book, "Zero Regrets", is an amazing book and I suggest it to everyone.
-Banksy is one of my biggest inspirations. Here's a story from his book "Wall and Piece". Enjoy.
"Once upon a time, there was a king who ruled a great and glorious nation. Favorite amongst his subjects was the court painter of whom he was very proud. Everybody agreed this wizzened old man pianted the greatest pictures in the whole kingdom and the king would spend hours each day gazing at them in wonder. However, one day a dirty and dishevelled stranger presented himself at the court claiming that in fact he was the greatest painter in the land. The indignant king decreed a competition would be held between the two artists, confident it would teach the vagabond an embarrassing lesson. Within a month they were both to produce a masterpiece that would out do the other. After thirty days of working feverishly day and night, both artists were ready. They placed their paintings, each hidden by a cloth, on easels in the great hall of the castle. As a large crowd gathered, the king ordered the cloth be pulled first from the court artist’s easel. Everyone gasped as before them was revealed a wonderful oil painting of a table set with a feast. At its centre was an ornate bowl full of exotic fruits glistening moistly in the dawn light. As the crowd gazed admiringly, a sparrow perched high up on the rafters of the hall swooped down and hungrily tried to snatch one of the grapes from the painted bowl only to hit the canvas and fall down dead with shock at the feet of the king. ’Aha!’ exclaimed the king. ’My artist has produced a painting so wonderful it has fooled nature herself, surely you must agree that he is the greatest painter who ever lived!’ But the vagabond said nothing and stared solemnly at his feet. ’Now, pull the blanket from your painting and let us see what you have for us,’ cried the king. But the tramp remained motionless and said nothing. Growing impatient, the king stepped forward and reached out to grab the blanket only to freeze in horror at the last moment. ’You see,’ said the tramp quietly, ’there is no blanket covering the painting. This is actually just a painting of a cloth covering a painting. And whereas your famous artist is content to fool nature, I’ve made the king of the whole country look like a clueless little twat."
-Did you enjoy it? Good.
-I am a devoted fan of the Denver Broncos. And yes, I know they suck. But I support their efforts.
-I used to play football, hockey, and lacrosse. But now, due to back and knee injuries, I stick with tennis and golf.
-I feel that people who say, "I h8e p3ple whu tlk like dis)." are equally annoying as the people who actually talk like that.
-I listen to country music proudly. I'm from Kansas. Give me a break.
-I am a sophomore.
-I have had some really bad experiences with goats.
-I work construction. I mostly shingle houses and build sheds.
-I think the show Man vs. Food is awesome. I wish I had his job.
-I hate it when kids say that they hate their grandparents or whatever. I see my mom's parents about once every two years and my dad's parents once every eight years. Grow up.
-I have never read the Harry Potter books and I've never seen the movies.
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