Joined 11 years ago from Queens, New York
Hello everybody! My name is Eric. I am a roller-coaster, feline, Ron Paul, writing, biking, beer pong, bodybuilding, camping, video game, tennis, and frisbee enthusiast. I sincerely enjoy staying active and keeping up with politics. These are parts of me which I could never give up.
I am an English major at Queens College and I will be graduating in the Spring of '11. School isn't exactly the most enthralling place for me, but I cope.
I work at the electronics store Best Buy in the inventory department. I specialize in lifting heavy things and avoiding eye contact with customers. Just kidding.
HubPages is a great outlet for my writing and sharing my interests. I want to connect with people through my Hubs and the forums, offering insight on many different topics. I also love learning from other fellow hubbers. Communication is a great tool here at HubPages!
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