Currently a gypsy gentleman and quite literally a man of many hats. I am glad to fix your bike or motorcycle as much as I am happy to host, serve up a fine cup of coffee and plan a grand tour.
My interests are diverse and my intentions are to live by the golden rule; "Be excellent to one another."
The poet, the artist, the sleuth - whoever sharpens our perception tends to be antisocial; rarely "well-adjusted," he cannot go along with currents and trends. A strange bond often exists among antisocial types in their power to see environments as they really are. This need to interface, to confront environments with a certain anti-social power, is manifest in the famous story, "The Emperor's New Clothes." "Well adjusted" courtiers, having vested interests, saw the Emperor as beautifully appointed. The anti-social brat, unaccustomed to the old environment, clearly saw that the emperor "ain't got nothin' on." The new environment was clearly visible to him.
Marshall McLuhan (1967)