Grover was The Veteran‘s best man. They’ve been buddies since childhood and the stories of thie deeds and misdeeds are seemingly endless.
He got his nickname because, as a kid, he he did a flawless imitation of Grover on the Sesame Street television show.
When I first started hanging with The Veteran, he said that I had to meet Grover because we had a lot in common and have the same sense of humor. We do.
Like Grover, I’m amused by the unexpected and the inappropriate. When I’m listening to a formal speech by, say, a politician, I often make up alternate and inappropriate speeches for him that end with his audience stunned into silence. Like Grover, I’m a news addict. I must know what’s going on in the world (though, I admit, I’ve lost a great deal of interest since Bush was reelected) and constantly have cable news as a informational wallpaper.
He’s opinionated and not afraid to express his views. Grover and I love a knock-down, drag-out political discussion.
Grover is loyal almost to a fault, a trait I admire a great deal because I value loyalty a great deal. He’s also an extremely generous person.
Grover and I are both former smokers. He’s an IT administrator and, like me, he likes all the coolest and latest tech toys.
Grover is married to Artisan and they have a baby daughter.