General Information

Name:
Carey 
Fool Since:
February 19 2007
Where I Live:
Destin, FL
Where I Grew Up:
Savannah, GA

Investing Basics

Investing Style:
LTBH w/ mild streak of spec adventure

Investing Favorites

Stocks:
COST, ISRG, BWLD, BIDU, CMG, AAPL, DLB, AMZN, IPGP
Boards:
MDP Way, Community Research, Tack Room

Investing Expertise

Greatest Investment:
AAPL
Worst Investment:
NVAX

Education And Work Information

School(s) Attended
Trevecca Nazarene University; Embry-Riddle Aeronautical U; US Naval War College
Job Title
Private Chef
Company / Organization
Jekyll--A Private Chef, LLC
Former Jobs
US Air Force (ret)

Interests

Personal Quote:
"Poetry is the evidence of life. If your life is burning well, poetry is the ash left behind." --Leonard Cohen
My Interests:
Sailing, Cooking, Serving at Church
Person(s) I'd Like To Meet:
Giada DeLaurentiis, Tiger Woods (yes, still) and Billy Graham
Favorite Vacation Spots:
Winter--Snowbird UT or Maui; Summer--anywhere
Favorite Sports or Teams:
Baseball. Atlanta Braves
Favorite Movies:
The Princess Bride; Tombstone
Favorite Board Games:
Risk; Monopoly; Scrabble
Favorite Video Games:
None
Favorite Music or Musicians:
Blues/Classic Rock-Jonny Lang, ZZ Top, Robben Ford; Jazz-M. Antoine; moderate metal/modern rock
Great Books Read Recently:
"Wild at Heart" by John Eldridge (note: this is a book about investing in life)
Book Currently Reading:
Star Wars: Planet of Twilight

An Interview with viperjock

Last updated: 3/11/2012
The Fool:
How do you define success?
viperjock:
Being a good husband and father. Finding time to enjoy as many good things in life as you can--while you're young enough to really enjoy them.
The Fool:
What is your most distressing regret?
viperjock:
I try not to get distressed over anything, but maybe not being able to spend much time with my mom in the last years before she passed away.
The Fool:
What has been your best work experience, and what made it so great?
viperjock:
Me and "Elmer" being "red air" adversaries at a Red Flag Exercise in Nevada. Sneaking up on the good guys and spanking them right after they crossed through "Student Gap." And the maintainers were all watching on the big screen back at Nellis AFB. Short of real combat, which no one should take great pleasure in, that was the best.
[Read the full Interview]
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