A_Ron_Hubbard Cincinnati, OH
It was suggested in the other thread that we should have a place for long time forum members to formally introduce themselves since they missed their opportunity over the years, and why not? Here is your free-wheeling, in-joke, deep lore place to welcome and reacquaint yourselves with each other.
To get things started, I'm Aron. I've been a Bald Mover for just over 10 years now. Honestly can't believe this is still a thing. I live in Cincinnati, OH with my wife @Cecily and my son Jack. The only thing I like more than a good story is learning something new about the world or the universe and how we relate to same.
I'm an IV&V Project Manager, married father of 2 sons. I am an unapologetic progressive, Springsteen obsessed, West Virginian.
Really dig the perspective of the community and the various podcasters.
Fav tv: Friends, Seinfeld, Sex and the City, Top Chef, Project Runway, Million Dollar Listing New York, Real Housewives of Atlanta, Lost, Mad Men, American Horror Story, A Million Little Things, The Handmaid's Tale, Harlots, The Young/New Pope, Who Do You Think You Are (I've been working my Ancestry family tree for 20 years), & various British shows.
My milk comes in bags and I put pineapple where it belongs - on pizza.
Damn dude, I need to get you over on 3RT sometime to share what you're doing and what you've learned along the way!
Oh....you probably meant my job. Right. Any time
I play percussion in a couple of bands and love to make beats. I'm also a producer and editor of a podcast. At my old job I was able to listen to music and podcasts all day and I don't think that will be possible with my new job so I think I am about to be going through some withdrawal.
Edit: Oh and I believe that if you want to eat pineapple on pizza, go for it! It's delicious.
We don't even do it the same throughout Canada. There's nary a bag of milk to be found here anymore.
Been messing around on here since 2015. Came for Breaking Good, stayed for the rest! You'll mostly find me on the movie threads, but I DO be lurking.
I work in strategic planning for a major bank. I have a son and a daughter that live in Arizona. A few months ago I would have said in my spare time I like to garden and try new recipes. But in the COVID reality I now say in my spare time I work in the garden, cook, make jewelry, hike by myself, do puzzles, watch the Wire (first-timer), trying to play the accordion...you get the idea.
Found Bald Move in 2016 with GoT, and it took off from there. Sadly I have no shows to listen to (I do not watch Walking Dead) so only have Lunchtime. I hope they cover more shows soon.
Just don't try to become one of those fancy 3 accordion families.
My favorite Bald Move podcast is Following The Leftovers. I think this is STILL some of their best work to date.
From St. Louis - formerly Omaha. Skills do not include updating the location on My Bald Move profile.
I found the Breaking Good podcast right before going on a long drive and binging the episodes and I've been hooked ever since.
I've mostly lurked in the forums the past 6 years. I have to say I'm glad the BM has more of a Twitch presence now.
I feel more comfortable chatting there but always love reading the posts here on the forums! You're all doing great, keep it up
I jumped on the Bald Move wagon in 2016 when I got a new job with the corporate side of Target and could listen to music/podcasts on a regular basis. I basically bust store employees that are stealing from Target.
Came for Game of Thrones, stayed for everything else. Big into football (Vikings) and hockey (Wild) otherwise TV and movies are my love. I lurk a lot more than I post in the forums but I'm trying to be better about that.
I work in manufacturing - actually in milk manufacturing so the whole bagged milk thing really piques my interest. I have spent more time than anyone ever should in meetings where the weight of the plastic milk gallon is discussed and how much $$$ can be saved by reducing the plastic used.... Zzzzz. You Canadians (and Indians) are onto something! Seriously it seems like environmentally it would use much less plastic. We really should look into this more!
I don't comment or check in as much as I used to on the forums but the discussion seems to have died down in general a bit. I still enjoy the podcasts and always hope they take up a show or movie that I like