Storyteller, Lover of Bugs Bunny and Cultural Anthropology
Born and raised in the bumpy part of CO that was once part of The Republic of Texas, and having lost a bet on the subject, he is resigned to being native-ish. John misses the carefree days of aimless adventuring of his childhood. He enjoys getting outdoors, spending time with his wonderful family, eating and cooking delicious food, and savoring the company of his great friends.
John’s Most Embarrassing Mistake:
“Perhaps failing to close my fly before an executive meeting. This was called out by a female exec, with subsequent hilarity when I lost a pen during the same meeting and was tempted to ask whether she had, ‘seen my bic.'”
In John’s opinion:
Best Book of the Last Decade– The Prophet by Khalil Gibran
Person He’d Like to Meet– “Jesus, because I think our culture paints a picture of him that is often inaccurate, and I would like to know the truth. I suspect he was a lot like Ghandi or MLK. Failing that, I’d like to meet my great-great-great grandchild.”
Be sure to catch John telling his juicy story at our first show of the season: Baby Steps!