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I live in DeSoto, TX. I am in my late 20's. I watch Star Trek occasionally, but have toned down from it over the years. I love those bushy-tailed nut-nibblers that most of you call squirrels! I have a variety of pets, so you might be interested in visiting my pet page. I also have been playing the 'cello for over half my life and am composing my own music. Oh, and, by the way, I'm often referred to as Squirrelman. A lot of people who have visited this site are people who found a baby squirrel. If you found one, a good website to go would be Squirrel Wildlife Rehab). To see what I look like, click here.
You are squirrel lover number to visit this site as of June 12, 1998.
What I'm interested in:
- Star Trek
Live long and prosper! I've been a fan of this show for several years. I watch all 5 series: Original, Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager, and Enterprise. I currently don't have a favorite.
My favorite animals. They give me joy when I'm feeling down. Let me tell you about the four main kinds of tree squirrels here in USA. First of all, there's the fox squirrel (Sciurus niger). They are the largest tree squirrels here. In Florida, they are very beautiful, but I never see them 'cause they are always hiding. Next is the famous gray squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis). They are about half the size of a fox squirrel, and no matter where you go, they're everywhere. Next is the red squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus). These wee little guys don't live in Florida, but they are common up north. They are smaller than gray squirrels, and when you're near them, they'll chatter up a storm! Most people say these are the cutest squirrels ever. Last but not least is the flying squirrel (Glaucomys volans & G. sabrinus). These two species are the southern and northern flying squirrels, respectively. They are famous for their excellent gliding ability. The one I have is the southern kind. There are other species of squirrel in the USA, such as the Western gray squirrel (Sciurus griseus) common to Californians, Oregonians, and Washingtonians; and the tassel-eared squirrel (Sciurus aberti) common to Arizonians, Coloradoans, and New Mexicans. There are other members of the squirrel family in USA such as several species of ground squirrel (Spermophilus and Ammospermophilus), Chipmunks (Tamias), Woodchucks and Marmots (Marmota) and Prairie dogs (Cynomys). For a complete list of the world's species of squirrels, click here. Please visit my Squirrel Awareness Blog for advice and info about local squirrels.
I do have a certain fondness for language. Even though I'm not a people-person, I enjoy sitting near tables with foreign speakers and listening to them speak their language even though I have no idea what they're saying. I am writing an language called Andrandr.
Language versions this website is in (not up to date!):
- Why I am the way I am
I have always known I was different. And no, I'm NOT GAY. I have a special disorder known as Asperger Syndrome. People often don't understand me correctly and perceive me as dumb or something, but I'm highly intelligent. The thing I have is a social disorder, but it doesn't mean I'll never get a date. Please see my profile. Also, please read my thoughts on Creed Discrimination, which is an often overlooked problem in today's society.