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Time to de-lurk and introduce yourself!

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HOUSTON - APRIL 17:  Houston Dynamo mascot Dynamo Diesel pumps the crowd up at Robertson Stadium on April 17, 2011 in Houston, Texas.  (Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images)
HOUSTON - APRIL 17: Houston Dynamo mascot Dynamo Diesel pumps the crowd up at Robertson Stadium on April 17, 2011 in Houston, Texas. (Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images)
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After giving everyone a few weeks to settle into the regular stride of the season, we've decided to have an introduce yourself session on the good ol' Orange Network known as Dynamo Theory.  If you've been lurking and haven't posted any comments yet, now is the perfect time to share who you are with the rest of us.  We're interested to know who reads, who loves us, and also who just can't stand us -- my feelings won't be hurt, I can't even stand myself sometimes.  I'll begin this shin-dig with my own personal "short" bio after the jump!

I am Fuzion, one of the "writers" of this here blog o' Orange goodness.  Ever since the Dynamo came to Houston, my favorite color has been orange -- this is no joke, everyone who knows me personally know I am an orange fanatic.  I had the pleasure of attending one playoff game in each of the first two MLS Cup Championship runs at Robertson Stadium, and I was immediately hooked.  The fans are more passionate than any other sport in Houston, and the atmosphere is leaps and bounds beyond any you will find in other sports in Houston (except maybe good ol' high school football...but that's another topic for another day.).

I write strictly for the fun of writing and the sheer joy of bringing like-minded -- and not like-minded -- fans into discussions.  I don't have a degree in writing or journalism, hell, I don't have a degree at all -- I do plan to get one though.

I'm 28, a huge techno-geek, and I'm single.  I work as a Tech Support Rep for a firm out of San Marcos and Austin, and for now I am working mostly late evenings -- which is why most of my posts happen around midnight or early AM.

I played soccer with the YMCA until I was 13, and I loved it.  My dad was my coach, and I wouldn't trade those memories for anything.  I'm actually looking for a league to join that isn't overly competitive, though damn do I need to get in shape.

Last but not least, my interests are soccer, soccer and more soccer, and then some other sports.  I try to be relatively active on the BattleRedBlog Texans blog on SBNation.  I pretend to be a fan of the Texans.

So now, I want to learn about everyone else, as the more we know the more we can make fun of, or at least politely rib one another.