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Dan Chosich Spotlight

Dan Chosich

Posted by: Mhaddy on Sun May 23rd, 2004 at 8:04 PM
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Dan Chosich
Name: Dan Chosich

Email: AlienWorkshop989@comcast.net

Moniker: 2070 Wired

Sex: Male

Country of Residence: United States

Education: Last year of High School.

How would we know you: I'm big in Germany. (Most cases you probably wouldn't - I've been lying low for a while. I made some movies, a lot of crap and some pretty good ones. Most notable for me are the Halo50K Framework and a movie I did for theAGP.com, the trailer is still up there.)

Favourite Games: Halo (Xbox/PC). It's all I play. I like the Battlefield franchise also but I'd take a large game of Halo (Xbox) any day over it.

Gaming Roles: Can both fight injustice and capture the flag. I go where I'm needed.

Gaming Rig(s): Intel Pentium 4 3.0CGHz, Intel 875P Motherboard, Sound Blaster Audigy, Radeon 9800 Pro, Corsair TWINX1024-3200C2PRO XMS Memory

Favourite Sites: Halo.Bungie.Org, the-Junkyard.net, Bungie.net, Anandtech.com & Homelanfed.com.

Favourite Book: Survivor or Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk.

Hobbies / Activities / Interests: Walks on the beach. Waking up early, getting the finest donuts, and putting a smile on someone's face. Sex with a model and a pile of cash. (I realized how un-interesting I am when I hit the education question.)

Accomplishments / Achievements: I played Halo 2, I can die a happy man knowing that. I think I've done more than most people my age. I've been working since I was 14. I have an amazingly supportive family & girlfriend. I owe a lot to Claude Errera for not putting me down when I started out. I owe a lot to Randy Glass for making me want to start and I know I'll have a lot more to thank before this is over.

Blurb: Soup is good food.

(I'm 18 so I'm not going to throw out a life quote or something deep, because I know I've got a lot to learn, but I tend to think persistence, or the lack there of, separates failure from success.)


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