David was found under a cactus in the desert of Arizona, by a group of immigrants coming up from Mexico. They estimated that he was 10 years old when they found him. This was 1896. Ever since then he has had a fondness for Mexican Food, Mexican Women, and Tequila.
David has mastered the Vulcan Mind Meld, as well as the Vulcan nerve pinch. He has made the Kessel Run, but in 14 parsecs, and has piloted a Colonial Viper against Cylon Raiders. He has actually been through the wardrobe, and has caught a train from Platform 9 3/4 at Kings Cross Station. He is working on mastering walking on water, but finds it hard to do, because Arizona doesn’t get cold enough for the lakes to freeze over consistently.
David once found the Lost Dutchman mine, but forgot to write down the directions. Tequila does that to you.
He taught John Wayne how to ride a horse. He lead the expedition that introduced John Ford to Monument Valley, and the world to John Ford western movies. David taught Clint Eastwood how to squint, and performed as Eli Wallach’s stunt double in “The Good, the Bad & The Ugly.”
David also has a very vivid imagination.
Actually, David is a licensed Amateur Radio operator with a background in Emergency Communications and Disaster Response.
He is interested in most aspects of Social Media, with a focus on how it relates to Law Enforcement and Emergency Management.
David is a senior map editor for Waze.com, and spends much of his free time immersed in maps, routing and mentoring. The rest of his time is spent with family, with some volunteer time at the local cop shop.
David is a casual Baseball fan. To maintain domestic harmony, he roots for the Los Angeles Dodgers (his wife’s favorite team), and the Boston Red Sox (from his Massachusetts school days). Of course, because he is a red blooded American male, he will watch football and auto racing (none of that European fancy stuff), if he is in an area where it is being displayed.
David is married to a wonderfully patient woman, and has two teenage boys, two dogs and two cats. Writing is his (occasional) escape.