Ethan was born in the late sixties because his parent had sex. Something he still today doesn’t like to think about. Ethan spent the seventies wearing the finest oil-based clothing man could produce and avoiding open flames.
His parents were SDS radicals. This led him into thinking it was the norm to totally commit to rebelling against the system. He had no choice, the eighties were his punk rock stage. His multicolored Mohawk was all the rage until his male-pattern balding began. This resulted in the loss of the middle section of his punky hairstyle and made him look more like an experiment in aerodynamics, and less like the hardcore punk he was going for.
After resigning himself to the Franciscan monk look, he grew up… at around thirty. He now has a beautiful daughter that is completely obsessed with princesses and Star Wars. The later of which makes him quite proud.
Ethan enjoys eating poorly and watching too much T.V. Neither of which his wife allows him to do. So to vent he writes screenplays, works in film production and does graphic designs for NeverWear. The later of which makes him quite proud.
Dan was born at a very young age, an event which he seems to have completely blocked from his memory. He had a very quiet childhood, primarily due to his place of early residence: a small town from which dynamite and computers were completely absent.
At the age of 12, Dan ran away from home to join Cirque du Soleil, demonstrating what was to become a pattern of deigning to participate in the usual childhood rites only by taking them to an extreme that would supercede the gaucheness of conformity.
Dan emerged from obscurity, quite unintentionally, in 1997 when he became the first American citizen to accidently purchase a nuclear warhead from the recently collapsed Soviet Unions. (Dan's grasp of Russian is tenuous at best; to this day he suffers under the misconception that do svidanya means "yo momma!") The result was a few lines of copy in "News of the Absurd" columns across the world, and a stiff reprimand of the fledgling start-up eBay by the CIA, which firmly suggested that the site be more careful in screening the content of their listings.
Dan currently makes a living as an itinerant web developer, making his way from open WiFi point to open WiFi point hopping freight trains. If you need your webs developed, and you can find him, maybe you can hire Dan Guy.