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I am married to a respiratory therapist and together we are the parents of a 3rd grade boy and 1st grade girl.  We live in Floyd County, Indiana, just outside New Albany.  I work as a Quality Assurance Manager at the US Census Bureau, and like many of our agency’s professionals, I am a numbers geek.  I have a bachelor’s degree from the University of Notre Dame and a master’s degree from Michigan State University, both in mathematics.  [I always joke that one day, I will get a Ph.D from Ohio State and become the ultimate University of Michigan hater.]  I am currently attending a non-denominational church, and I would call myself a General Evangelical Protestant, because I’ve yet to find a specific denomination that I can subscribe to fully.  I am politically moderate.  Some of my views are far too conservative for me to be a Democrat, yet the rest of my views are far too progressive for me to be a Republican.

As you will find in this blog, when I am not spending time with my family, my job, or my church, my interests include playing poker, watching and attending sporting events (fan of Notre Dame, White Sox, Bears, Phil Mickelson, and Team USA in almost any sport), and musical and comedic theater.  I am also somewhat of a geography and road geek.  Though I am not Catholic, I volunteer 10-12 times per year at the local Catholic church running their poker tournaments.

In addition to this blog, I can be found on LinkedIn and on Facebook.  I have yet to succumb to Twitter, but my wife has.


Posted September 14, 2011 by Andrew Cabiness

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