And the Blog Begins

All right, here we go, I thought before I posted about specific subject that I would talk a little about my self, so you can get a little insight on my point of view and opinions.

A Tiki God and Tiki PalmFirst of all as my dad, for the most part I’m democrat, as you may know through me or my site that my dad and I are chainsaw carvers, my dad started carving about 6 years ago and I followed about less than two years later. My dad tends to carve more wildlife carvings, and I tend to carve more abstract pieces, particularly Tiki-gods.

I love video games, particularly Nintendo. I currently have a NES, N64, Game Cube, Wii, Nintendo DS, Game Boy Advance, and parts of a Virtual Boy. I also have a couple of non-Nintendo systems like Sega Genesis and Sega Game Gear.

I started school at Are Lady of the Immaculate Conception, then in the forth grade I was hit by a car and was in a coma for 2 days. After that I struggled in school for a while and my mother thought INotredamesign might do better in public school setting. After the fifth grade I went to public school for 3 years; I am the only child in my family that when to public school. After that, I followed my brother and went to Notre Dame. During my sophomore we were given the news that the school would close down by the order of the Archdiocese of Detroit, even thou they really only had the power to shut down the building as the school’s name and business was owned by itself(meaning the alumnae), one lie from the AOD after another, the school closed down. After that I went to Notre Dame Prep in Pontiac, being one of are rivals or Notre Dame I kind of felt like a sellout.

Now on to my site, my site started as a simple site on Yahoo’s GeoCities, then on September 16th 2003, I moved my site to RLK89.com and now here you are. Just recently I bought 4 additional domain names: rkuefler.com, chainsawmenofmichigan.com, and carvingsbyscott.com. Anyways I’d like to thank you for visiting my site and reading my blog and I hope you will check back.

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