Welcome to the Natezomby page at the SU Wiki.
Natezomby is a 21 year old guy from East Bridgewater, Massachusetts  who promotes Stumble Upon as a great way to make friends from diverse places and backgrounds.
The great Stumbler Jori Jo reviewed his page, "You make me feel warm and fuzzy inside these pages, nateZomby! Thanks again 'It doesn't take much to push a person on the edge over a cliff. But it takes strength to pull them back up to safety.' Thanks nateZomby - so true. You are a compassionate soul."
The amazing Nogitsune  reviewed his page, "Natezomby's pages are wonderfully loaded with interesting links, thought provoking comments, quotes, and great images. Definitely worth the visit, I'll be back often."
He is in the process of creating the website ABCDEology.com  with some friends which will feature many of articles on diverse subjects, often based on preliminary research done involving his Stumble Blog. He attended Bridgewater State College , where he wrote an in-depth research paper with his professor of Anthropology on Internet and Video Gaming Culture, which may be used for further research by other academics. (Will post link to it when it goes online.)
"I love listening to obscure recordings , found audio, mixing and producing music, editing footage I've shot with my old Hi8 camera, www.ytmnd.com, philology, Calvin and Hobbes , independent film, Ingmar Bergman films , video gaming, Call of Duty  and helping run the Battlezone (www.bwbz.com). I'm even considered a "pro gamer" under some definitions..."
"I can't belive that I got into the Top Stumblers List!"
Some Favorite Quotes:
"Yes, I am a dreamer. For a dreamer is one who can find his way by moonlight, and see the dawn before the rest of the world." - Oscar Wilde 
"Dance like nobody's watching; love like you've never been hurt. Sing like nobody's listening; live like it's heaven on earth." - Mark Twain
"Poor Faulkner. Does he really think big emotions come from big words? He thinks I don't know the ten-dollar words. I know them all right. But there are older and simpler and better words, and those are the ones I use." - Ernest Hemingway