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32 Facts About Me

By Robert Breining

June 7, 2011

Robert Breining.

Since I recently turned 32 years old, I thought it would be fun to just post a blog with 32 facts about myself. Some of them you may already know and others may be a surprise. They are in random order. Lets begin.

  1. I am 32 years old.
  2. I am gay.
  3. I am a person living with HIV.
  4. I have been playing soccer since I was 6yo.
  5. I collect garden gnomes.
  6. I am and always will be an addict.
  7. I only cry when I am alone.
  8. I have partials.
  9. I am a fan of god but not the nuts who worship him/her
  10. I believe in an afterlife.
  11. I write poetry to deal with pain.
  12. I am not a confrontational person.
  13. I believe aliens do exist.
  14. I am addicted to social networking sites.
  15. I am a good friend.
  16. I am still dealing with my fathers passing.
  17. I am engaged.
  18. I love playing Mario Kart.
  19. I host an internet radio show.
  20. I love playing slot machines at the casinos.
  21. I love coffee.
  22. I believe in past lives.
  23. I believe I chose this life path before I was born.
  24. I would love to have a child.
  25. I m not a good cook.
  26. I am still trying to quit smoking.
  27. I ran the 110m hurdles in HS in 14.9 seconds.
  28. The first girl I kissed turned out to be a lesbian.
  29. My favorite singer is Alanis Morissette.
  30. I make up words to songs I don't know.
  31. I think Medical Marijuana should be legalized.
  32. I love the Big Brother tv show.

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