Johnathan Maxfield is back. Of course I knew he never really went away, but in an interview with STD he vows to remain on the Virginia blogging horizon. He remains also on my blogroll on the right sidebar.
My given name can be found on this blog, while Mr. Maxfield's cannot be found on his Journal of the Common Man. Yes, he is blogging pseudonymously, but I'm pretty sure other bloggers here in Virginia are not really named NoVa Scout, or Isophorone, or Bwana, or Howling Latina, or..you get the idea.
Welcome back Max.
I hold no degree in engineering, although I have successfully played the role of an electrical engineer all over the world for the past 20 years or so, with the act currently playing to good reviews in Patrick County. I'm also not a chef, but some may argue with that statement. I prefer the more scientific approach to cooking taken by the one who shares my first name on the Food Network, therefore I'm obviously "Not Emeril".
I've never been very active politically, with the exception of a short period of time while I lived on the west coast of Florida. The most important lady in my life has attempted to persuade me to run against Ward Armstrong, but I always tell her that I have too many ex-wives, ex-girlfriends, and ex-one night stands to ever successfully do so. (What can I say, I'm big on full disclosure.) While I have broke bread with both Will Vehrs and Barnie Day on more than one occasion, I have never poured tea for Shaun Kenney, but I once opened a beer for Jerry Fuhrman.