Mr. Travis

Mr. Travis was born on the day of fools in the second year of the “me” decade in a hospital near San Jose, California that was eventually cleared to make way for an unused stretch of highway that now houses several cookie cutter homes. His first 12 years were uneventfully spent on the west side of the bay area before the family up and moved the homestead to the east side of the bay for the next six years, which like the previous 12, were also uneventful save for his first failed romance and a penchant for finding trouble. The next few years were spent bouncing around the state of California trying to become educated, but again only finding more trouble and even more failed romantic endeavors. Mr. Travis currently resides in Portland, Oregon where he is just now getting used to the rain and the fact that the grass on the side of the highway stays green all year long.

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