was born in what is now a parking lot overlooking the Santa Cruz Beach & Boardwalk.
While breast-feeding, he won enough Skee-Roll tickets for a leveraged buyout of Pizza-On-A-Stick.
When his high school English class was reading The Collector by John Fowles, Miss Kawazoe told the women,
“Look out for Doug; he collects butterflies.” Doug thinks Miss Kawazoe looks cute in that cigar box.
When he's not correcting Harvard University's Loeb edition of "Antiquities" by historian Flavius Josephus, Doug
enjoys Irish music by John McCutcheon, chants by Trappist Monks of the Abbey of Gethsemani, and Meat Loaf.
Doug's historical work is mentioned in John P. Meier's "A Marginal Jew." He once helped his
sister photograph a Chargers/Chiefs game for the NFL. ("I thought YOU took off the lens cap!!")
As a technical writer for network programmers, he wonders if Dogbert would "Q-sync the RQ_Mask" or just wear
the damn thing for Halloween. Doug avoids see-through beers and heads straight for the Mackeson's XXX on draft.
Inducted in 1997