Baltimore, MDUSA 21201
July 17, 2012
That's such a loaded question... One of my favorite books of all times is Gatsby, I have just always found it so fascinating. I, also, love nonfiction with an underlying science theme, Surviving the Extremes was a great read in this category - it was about how the body can adapt to any environment. I kind of hate admitting this, I can seldom turn down a quick read with some humor, I may have read some of Chelsea Handler's books. To put it simply, I will read anything - I've always been partial to buy 2 get 1 free rack at borders.
Depends which service I am on, but lately I have been home in the evening after 6 or 7 with weekends typically ending earlier.
I don't know if you should know these, but they are definitely unique to me. I really don't like to wear socks in the summer time, I seldom do. Back during medical school in Chicago, a few of my friends and I won the best team mustaches for Movember.
I'm 26, and recently moved from Chicago to Baltimore for residency in anesthesia at UMMS. Previously, I was in a book club in Chicago, it was a great way to keep reading. Also, I love hockey, scotch, beer (recently a home brewer), and food/cooking.