Utopia.. Live the life you always dreamed.. Even if its fabricated

Anyone who has watched the live feeds of Fox's new reality show "Utopia" is familiar with Aaron Thomas and the many fabricated realities that this man has lived. At 26 years of age, he has done it all: from a gourmet chef who has cooked for the president, to a stellar military career, to obtaining his pilots license and becoming a test pilot for Lockheed Martin. This page is dedicated to listing all the untruths this man has said, blogging the various remarks that he spouts that belittle the men and woman of the Armed Forces, and to show Aaron Thomas as the farce we all know that he is.

Monday, November 17, 2014

Will this change things?

Over the weekend, Aaron joined the other 4 utopians that have had Pastor Jon baptize him. I'm not one to bash religion and baptism, however I think if you do it, you should do it for the right reasons. I always felt Kristen's baptism was a publicity stunt for the show and I have the same feeling this is very much the same. You cannot live a life of lying and then one day you get dunked in some water and you are no longer a liar.

Here's what Aaron has to say about the event (thank you to the person who sent me this screenshot.. they would like to remain anonymous):

My response to you, Aaron Thomas is this.. If you have turned a new stone and are feeling God enough to have done this with a clean heart (I seriously doubt it though) then now is the time to prove it. I urge you to issue a statement telling everyone you lied and that you are sorry you lied. I again urge you to post a copy of your DD214 showing the truth in regards to your military career. If you are truely a changed man and washed of your sins and to prove to everyone that you did not just do this as a publicity stunt then come clean and apologize to all the military men and women you have insulted. Apologize to the family of 2nd Lt. Emily J.T. Perez whose reputation you completely shredded for no reason other than to make yourself look more important.  Until you do these things, I will continue to believe this baptism was nothing more than the act of an attention seeking jackoff who has nothing better to do then make a mockery of religion. If thats the case, you also owe Pastor Jon Lovelace as well as the congregation of Promise Church.

Tuesday, November 11, 2014


Whatamoron mentions Aaron's instagram and how he's got it locked down tighter than a froggie's butt.. But guess what I got BEFORE he did it ;)

I should point out that this ISN'T his uniform either.. This is a few name tapes and emblems laid out on some ACU material.. Nothing stitched onto the fabric.  If Aaron can provide a photograph of him IN his ACUs or in his Class A's at a military function with other military personnel around (not some event he created himself) such an actual award ceremony or at his Promotion ceremony with the rank of 2nd Lt then I'll concede.. Until then, I believe Aaron's furthest rank was Sgt (E-5).

"But I didn't say that..."

In case people haven't seen it, Aaron was so kind to have answered viewers questions on Utopia Madness.. (Brian Garrett, thank you again for the wonderful work you do over there)..  Unfortunately, true to form, Aaron couldn't tell the truth if his life depended on it.

Here's the interview:


The interview is in two parts: the first part being questions asked by Brian Garrett, the second part is questions asked by other viewers who wanted answers. Some of the questions are downright brutal although, to be honest, not near as brutal as they should have been.

While I would like to take a few days to actually sit and pick his interview apart piece by piece, there are a few things that really stick out to me that I would really like to hit on right now.

Also, I should state, this wasn't me asking this question.. LOL
1.) Brenda  You said that you got your private pilot license and worked as a test pilot for well-known avionics corporation (Lockheed Martin) and that you cooked for President Obama. Are those statements true?
This is one of the statements that cracks me up because I watched a lot of the footage and even recordings of the live feeds. I never told rob I had any of that. Single engine pilot’s license and have only flown twice in my life. I'm a chef not a pilot. Hell I didn't even know who Lockheed and Martin was until I heard it in the comments lol. And yes, when I worked for a certain restaurant in West Hollywood, we hosted a fundraiser for President Obama in which he and Michelle were in attendance amongst a lot of others.
Aaron, Aaron Aaron.. If you're gonna lie, at least know what you're lying about dude..   What kind of pilots license do you have Aaron.. You say you have a "Single Engine Pilots License" so I gotta ask, can I see your license?? Can you post it  because the FAA has two licenses for Non-professional pilots: one is an actual Private Pilot License, the other is a recreational license. But since you say you've only flown twice in your life, I'd like to know how you would have obtained either of these, as the Private Pilots license requires 40 hours of actual flight experience and the recreational license requires 30 hours. Just for the sake of argument Aaron, lets say you've gotten the lesser of the two licenses, the recreational pilots license. That means you flew two flights (since you've only flown twice in your life) of 15 hours each..  As FAA laws dictate how many hours a pilot can fly at one time (currently 8 hours), there's no possible way you obtained any pilots license with only 2 flights total.  Lie #1.
Lets continue with this same question.. You ay that you did not even know who "Lockheed and Martin" was until you heard it in the comments. Yet you claim you have been in the Army for 10 years and have been deployed. Do you expect anyone to believe that you spent 10 years in the military and have never heard of Lockheed Martin, one of the biggest contractors for military avionics there is. If you did deploy (and that's still up for debate) you would have gotten there either in a Hercules or Galaxy aircraft, both made by Lockheed Martin. Even being Army, you would be aware of the F-16, the F-22, and the F-35.  As a member of the US Army, you would be aware they are replacing Humvees with JLTVs made by Lockheed Martin or that many of the missiles and rockets used by the Army (and remember, Aaron, you said your EOD so you would know all about those types of things) are made by Lockheed Martin.  So trying to cover your bullshit lies up by saying you don't know who they are, and even saying their name wrong to try to make your lie more believable) is just sad. 
Harold Brown  As a veteran, I would like to know the real story with your military service. On various occasions, you said that you had been in the military 9-1/2, 10, 11, and at one point 15 years. You listed your age as 26. My math leads me to the conclusion that you had to have enlisted at the earliest when you were 11 years old. You also was quoted as being an officer in the Army. Please verify and explain this. (Too many people to count asking this one Aaron, please answer as best you can and if you can, supply a DD-214 with your SS# blacked out. Thank you for your service!)
Lmao... Don't take me laughing the wrong way. But seriously, I've heard so many different things about my career that never came out of my mouth that it blows my mind. It would take me way longer to explain my every action than it soul to just say who gives a bleep what you think so long as the people who matter know the truth. If you knew, most military servicemen aren't at liberty to show any official government forms. It was be ridiculous for me to post that. But I will clarify this. I joined the army in 2005. I was 17 and my mother signed my papers. I did split which means I went to basic and AIT at two separate times. I was active duty, National Guard, and reserve throughout my military career. My first and primary MOS was 92G (Food Specialist) where I completed the advance course at Ft. Lee. My secondary MOS is 21B (Combat Engineer). I've done many trainings since then. I am not retired as of yet and am receiving a medical HONORABLE discharge after originally receiving a dishonorable for medical reasons. One thing that baffles me though is how easily it is to attack someone who signed themselves up to defend and protect you. Regardless of the assumptions. At the end of the day, I am and always will be a United States Army Soldier and I wear my flag with honor, duty, and respect.

Oh my lord, the stupidity in this answer is just SAD.. Beyond sad, actually.. Aaron laughs at this question.. Aaron, there's nothing funny about this whole situation.. 
Okay, first off, we won't debate what came out of your mouth and what didn't.. Anyone who watched the live feeds knows everything that you have been accused of saying, you said.. To deny it is just stupid, because there's all sorts of videos on Youtube of you saying various bullshit that you now claim you never said.. So we will just bypass that crap.. But, lets go with this - "If you knew, most military servicemen aren't at liberty to show any official government forms" Aaron, try telling that to any potential employer who even considers hiring you. If you claim you are a veteran or if you apply for anything using your veteran status, you are asked and are required to show your DD-214.. The only reason you wouldn't want to show anyone your DD-214 is because you're saying Dishonorably discharged.  Aaron, nothing about your military career is important, so stop acting like your documents would be classified or some shit like that.. A veterans DD214 (even yours) is available to anyone who requests it via the Freedom of Information Act which means if I honestly gave that big of a shit, I could write a letter, wait God knows how long and eventually, I would be able to obtain a redacted copy of your DD214. If you honestly wanted to let everyone see the truth, you would upload your copy (of course, blacking out your social security number) and would post it for the world to see.. But since we all know you're a lying sack of shit, I doubt you would do that.. (And just FYI, posting a forged DD214 is a federal crime, just in case you get any ideas).. 
Since you won't provide a DD214, you cannot prove that you switched from 92G to 21B, but one thing I find funny is you said "My first and primary MOS was 92G (Food Specialist) where I completed the advance course at Ft. Lee."  Since all Army training for your MOS is called Advanced Individual Training (AIT), do you think it makes you more special to say you completed an Advance course??  Should we be impressed?  Its not like AIT is college and you take your basic cooking and move on to an Advance course the following semester. You had 9 weeks of training on how to read recipe cards Aaron.  But lets go back to the 21B, that's definitely not 89D (EOD), which you said many times you were a specialist in..  You mention going to Ft Lee for your 92G AIT, but funny you wouldn't mention the 39 week 89D class you would have had to attend at the VERY SAME BASE.. oh, but wait.. lets look at another answer you gave in the same interview: 
Tom You said you were a Mason and in Explosive Ordinance Disposal for the US Army, were those statements true?
Both of those statements are true. Although I'm no longer part of an EOD unit once I switched to the reserves.
So, here's the truth of the matter. At some point, you claim to have been part of a EOD unit.. Most likely, as part of a combat support job, such as your 92G that you were trained in.. Aaron, that doesn't make you an EOD Specialist. You did not train for 89D, you did not disarm bombs as 89D, you might have cooked for a few guys who did, but YOU are not EOD yourself. You specifically told Amanda that you were the guy who puts on the green suit that they send in to check for bombs, YOUR FULL OF SHIT!!  Even if you DID train 21B (I don't think you did), that's basically infantry with a bit more education on how to blow up a bridge, still doesn't make you an EOD specialist. 21B is a 9 week course, compared to the 39 weeks for 89D, so I really don't think they sent you in anywhere to dismantle anything. Once again, you are a liar.. 
Shall we continue? Here's one of my favorite quotes from you in this interview -  " I am not retired as of yet and am receiving a medical HONORABLE discharge after originally receiving a dishonorable for medical reasons.".   Where does ANY of this make sense to anyone who has ever served in the military, Aaron.. First off, there is NO such thing as a dishonorable medical discharge.. Nope, nope nope.. You're full of shit.. If you received anything that says Dishonorable or Less than Honorable on your discharge papers, its because you fucked up severely somehow and the Army said for you to go Fuck yourself.  From the military itself - "Dishonorable discharges are handed down for what the military considers the most reprehensible conduct. This type of discharge may be rendered only by conviction at a general court-martial for serious offenses (e.g., desertion, sexual assault, murder, etc.) that call for dishonorable discharge as part of the sentence."  You don't go to court for blowing out your knee or breaking an arm, Aaron.. If you were court martialled and handed a dishonorable discharge, it's because you did something the Army considered criminal..Examples include desertion, rape or murder. You can only receive a dishonorable discharge if you're convicted at a general court-martial so your "dishonorable medical discharge" is a farce. Of course, all veteran benefits are lost with a dishonorable discharge so you even saying anything about retirement (which requires 20 years in anyway) is beyond stupid. Even if you were medically separated from the military (not possible with the dishonorable discharge though, is it buddy?), in order to receive a medical retirement from the Army it would mean that your disability was determined permanent and stable and was rated at a minimum of 30 percent, meaning  you wouldn't be hosting bootcamps and doing pushups in front of the camera. Fox would not have cleared you to participate in Utopia since the grounds did not meet the American Disability Act, because lets face it, 30 percent is pretty disabled, don't you think.. So not only do you lie about your military career and insult other soldiers, but you lie about being disabled?? You're a joke.. 

I think thats good enough for now.. but I am going to reread his interview tomorrow so I might have even more to write later.. LOL  But for now, I think this is enough to show that once again - AARON THOMAS IS A LIAR!!

Addition:  I should point out a few things that are curious. In Aaron's interview, I find it curious he did not address his Time in Service nor did he make any comments in regard to his claims of being a 2nd Lt.  He did not refer to himself as an Army Officer at all, but instead said he was a US Army Soldier. I think much of this is pretty telling in regards to Aaron's lack of telling the truth, as well as his "I didn't say that" comments over and over.

I should also point out that Aaron Thomas is aware of this blog. It has been brought to his attention on numerous occasions and Aaron's response is to delete the posts that have the link and completely ignore any references to it. Aaron has not contacted me in regards to this blog or to "set the story straight" in any way, shape or form which tells me that Aaron knows he's in the wrong and the only way he can counter it is to just ignore it and hope it goes away..  

However, Aaron Thomas, I invite you to send me a redacted copy of your DD214, blocking out your SS# but leaving your training, your awards, your reenlistment code, your service history, your final rank, ect. Although, I'm sure that when nothing you claim is on your paperwork, you'll just say it was a clerical error and that you're really the G.I JOE you claim to be.. 

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Lies upon Lies upon Lies....

Seems our boy Aaron has a story to tell.. First, I'll let you view the video (thank you to Kim for giving me the URL for this lil gem) and then I'll break it down..  (Video is from Utopia Madness and provided thanks to Hazel Martin who is one of the contributors at UtopiaMadness.. Her blog and the original video can be found here at http://www.utopiamadness.com/2014/10/chinese-whispers.html )

Okay, so, if you're finished laughing your ass off at this tool, let's critique his performance here..

Straight out of the gate, Aaron says "I was at Fort Hood, Texas and I was kinda stationed there".. Ooooh Aaron, Aaron, Aaron.. you don't KINDA get stationed anywhere.. There's orders that have to be filed, paperwork that has to be cleared, you have to be processed from one unit and then in processed to another unit, you don't just "kinda" get stationed anywhere. Until all that paperwork is signed and official, you aren't going anywhere.. Want the truth? He was there for 2 months for his annual summer training for the National Guard. We know this because there is a dating profile where Aaron was looking for a booty call while he was at Fort Hood for 2 weeks for his training.   However, Aaron takes this a step further and says he was doing an "Interstate Transfer" to switch over to Active duty. NO SUCH THING.. Interstate transfer is for National Guardsmen who have moved to another state and would like to transfer to another National Guard unit in another state, while remaining in the National Guard. National Guard units belong to the state, and not the federal government, however, when you are Active duty, you belong to the federal government so they can send you anywhere they want, no "Interstate Transfer" needed. They cut orders, you pack your stuff and you report to your new unit. Simple as that.

Aaron then says they messed up alot of his paperwork.. Well, who knows, it is the military, they do mess up paperwork, constantly... Any military person knows this is true. However, any paperwork that would be "messed up" would have been caught before he made his way to Fort Hood, as again, if his story was true, he would have had to been out-processed and discharged as a National Guard member, then sign a new contract to active duty and make a new Oath of Enlistment, had a set of orders cut assigning him to an active duty Army unit so he would have known his new unit before he ever got to Fort Hood (again, if his story was true).  Now, had he been assigned to a deploying unit, he would not have been given an option of whether or not to deploy. The military tells you when to wipe your ass, they don't bother to ask if you need to, much less ask if you want to deploy. He says the unit was on 3 weeks notice before starting pre-mobilization training.  Sorry, but if the unit hasn't started pre-mob training and you join the unit, you're not given a choice. You go to pre-mob training and you deploy. Never heard of the Army ever asking someone "Well, do you want to deploy? It's your choice". Sure, there are plenty of exceptions of why someone is non-deployable in a unit, but joining a unit before they pre-mob isn't one of them..

Then, we get a huge doozie.. Aaron says he was told they would promote him from E-4 (Specialist) to E-5 (Sgt).. This is one of the funnier moments of this video..  Anyone who knows the Army knows that E-5 is not a "gimme" rank (think "give me") ..  A "gimme" rank is not based on performance at all, its basically a promotion you get automatically for time served. You join the service and as long as you don't screw up, then every so often you're automatically promoted to the next rank. This happens until you get to E-4. When you get to E-4, promotion is a whole nother beast.

In order to promote to E-5, three things have to happen:

1) you have to have time in grade (TIG) for E-4 --in this case 8 months TIG as an E-4 and 36 months (3 years) Time in service

 2.) there has to be an opening in the unit you are a member of for the rank, as the Government dictates how many E-5s, E-6 ect each unit can have. This means someone either has to be promoted or left the unit in order for a slot to open for someone to move up to that slot..

 However, there's one more requirement...

3.) You have to actually go in front of the "Boards" in order to be promoted. This means your military record, along with all your awards, certificates and accomplishments, medals, ect are put before a panel and you are awarded points for promotion. If you get enough points, you are put in for promotion and if a slot opens, hopefully you get it. However, there are various other E-4s also hoping for that same promotion, if they have higher points and more TIG, they get it before you do and you are left waiting for the next slot to open and once again, compete with others waiting for that slot.. you don't just get put in a unit and promoted to E-5 without meeting all of these various requirements.

Anyway, so of course, our "hero" is the big man and he deploys..

How many times have we heard Aaron say he served a 3 month deployment?   Just in case you need a lil reminder, here's straight from the horse's (ass) mouth, listen to him say a 3 month tour..

Yet, in the first video, we get to here about Aaron's 6th month tour..  Since the second video is his video for Utopia, either Aaron somewhere sustained a head injury  where he's lost track of how long he was deployed (and actually, truth is he was never deployed but more on that later) or he did another 3 month tour since he's been in Utopia.. Reality is, this guy is a liar and can't keep his lies straight for anything and simply says whatever the hell he feels like saying..

Moving along...

Once again, we get to hear Aaron say he was EOD, which is Explosive Ordinance Disposal. The MOS designation for this particular job (MOS is Military Occupational Specialty) is 89D. This is the second time Aaron has said he was an EOD Specialist.. However, poor Aaron forgot to remove stuff from his Facebook in regards to his military career, particularly this.

That picture is for the 266th Quartermaster Battalion out of Fort Eustis, Virginia where Aaron did his AIT (advance individual training).  Unfortunately, the 266th doesn't have a high reputation for putting out the best EOD specialists.. Nope, their specialty is Food Specialty Services.. So Aaron went to AIT to learn to be a cook in the military.   The only EOD'ing he was doing most likely involved Ass Cannons.  Aaron has never mentioned being a cook in the military on the show, nor has he ever mentioned cross training from Food Specialist to EOD so its a safe bet to say that Aaron is absolutely full of mularky. 

So now Aaron is deploying.. He says the typical deployment for the Army is 9 months.. I don't think the Army got this memo, as most deployments I know of (for Active duty Army) is 12 months boots on the ground with anywhere from 1-3 months pre-mob training. Other branches do have shorter deployments (the Air Force for example is typically 6 months) but Army is known for its long deployments as well as frequent deployments. Since Aaron's military career was in the time when we still had troops heavily in Afghanistan and Iraq, a 6 month Army deployment would have been almost unheard of.  Aaron also says that the time during pre-mobilization training is also part of the deployment which is true to some degree but that does not count time with boots on ground, in country. (This is why you tend to hear of 15 month deployments - that includes Pre-mob, 12 months in country and then demobilization once back in the US). 

But, hey, Aaron wasn't in country for 6 months. Nope, Aaron claims to have gotten leave not once but twice.  While he doesn't say why he got leave the second time, he does say that the first leave that he went on was for bereavement for the loss of his roommate who died in some freak accident - he says a car accident but then says the guy wasn't in a car but inside a restaurant that a drunk driver ran through and of course it was on his anniversary (Aaron always has a flair for the dramatics). So his NCOIC does Aaron a favor and gets him leave to fly back stateside for the funeral.   First problem with this story is that you cannot get bereavement leave for a friend, no matter how close you are to that person. I've known people on deployments that have lost family members such as grandparents who have not been able to come home because it is not immediate family. Immediate family is a parent, a spouse, a child or a sibling. (They will make an exception if a Grandparent raised the military member but that's it).. There's a very specific way this is handled. When a death or event that requires the military member to come home occurs, the family must contact the American Red Cross who determines if it's an event that the military member can return home for. At that point, if the criteria has been met, they contact the unit the member is deployed with and the paperwork is started.  There is no way in hell the Army would allow Aaron home for a funeral of a friend and even if his mother or family called the Red Cross about the friends death (which we know she didn't because he said his mother did not even know he was deployed and that people thought he was stationed at Fort Hood and not that he was deployed).

Yet, Aaron says that the NCOIC was a really close friend with the friend who has died. But wait, didn't Aaron join this unit 3 weeks before they mobilized?  So was this Aaron's roommate in the unit or was this his roommate back at home in Mississippi?  Aaron says they were "like brothers" which tells me he did not know this guy for 3 weeks and would have been a guy (if the guy truly existed) he knew in Mississippi because anyone he met in the unit would have been deployed with the unit. However, Aaron says that the NCOIC was close friends with the guy. How would his NCOIC (who is in Fort Hood and could have been from anywhere in the country) know a guy Aaron is that close with in Mississippi?  There's so many holes in this story.   

 To make this story even more unbelievable, Aaron says he was home for 2 weeks for this bereavement leave. Okay Aaron, this is flat out BULLSHIT.. Typical bereavement is 3-4 days, most I have ever heard is 5 days and that's for Immediate family members.. Bereavement leave is such a whirlwind, you get notice from the Red Cross, within about 36 hours your stateside, you attend the funeral, you spend a bit of time with your family and then you're ass is back on a flight.  I guess Aaron got bereavement and midtour R&R mixed up, easy mistake to make WHEN YOU'RE FULL OF SHIT.  The type of shit he's talking about is court martial worthy and even being out of the service, the Army could come after his ass for taking advantage of the system (not that he has to worry, as none of his story is true). 

Moving along with the video.. Aaron says he went back after bereavement and then was in country for another 2 months.  What was the second leave he talked about at the start of the video? He would not have been given R&R as one must be in country for a 12 month rotation in order to qualify for the 15 day R&R and he says his deployment was 6 months (still wondering about this additional 3 months).  

And then he "came back home".. simple as that.. his cycle was over with.. can't think of any deployment where you just hop on the plane and instantly you return to your normal everyday life the next day. No demobilization, no briefings. Nothing.. yeah, okay Aaron..  

But then, we get into the real nitty gritty of this story.. Aaron of course has to talk about how important he is to the US Army.. Keep in mind the photo above from his days training with the 266th (where he learned how to open cans of industrial size corn and heat it up). Aaron says his job in the military is not like everyone elses.. Of course it isn't Aaron.. Most people score higher on the ASVAB to get a career field to actually train for something beyond re-heating prepared food. I think even Aaron is ashamed of his MOS as he has to not only lie about what he did in the military but he has to make it sound like he's the best of the best. Aaron says "I try not to be very descriptive" when describing his job as an EOD.. Probably because Aaron has no damn clue about being an EOD so saying he can't be descriptive is the only way to cover his ass from saying things that are outright incorrect. Truth be told, Aaron probably watched the movie "The Hurt Locker" and figured he knew enough to bullshit his way through saying he's EOD. Truth is, the closest he has probably ever come to EOD is serving an EOD unit slop out of a field kitchen that his unit provided support for. 

Aaron claims to be a "Sapper" for the Army.. Now, I have a decent amount of Army knowledge but I didn't know what a Sapper was.. I asked my friend Gypsy King if he knew and he told me that the term dates back to WWII  when people crawled along the ground and found the mines then attached these long tubes together like a water pipe and threaded them all over the mines and then blew the explosives in the "Sapp Sticks" This would clear the mine field and that's why they were called Sappers because they were experts with sapp sticks (Thank you Gypsy). A bit of research on GoArmy.com provides this nice little nugget of information "To wear the Sapper Tab, a Soldier must be a Graduate of the Sapper Leader Course which is operated by the U.S. Army Engineer School at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. The Sapper Leader Course is a 28-day course designed to train joint-service leaders in small unit tactics, leadership skills, and tactics required to perform as part of a combined arms team. The course is open to enlisted Soldiers in the grades of E-4 (in the Army, specialist) and above, cadets, and officers O-3 (Army, captain) and below."  Since we know Aaron's MOS in the National Guard was 92G (food services - remember the picture?) and that he joined a deploying unit 3 weeks before they mobilized, it's fair to say there is no way Aaron suddenly went to a 28 day course in order to earn his Sapper Tab.. Once again, Aaron is full of shit... (Are we sensing a pattern here?)   I should also mention that Aaron says him being a "Sapper" is like being an Army Ranger.. but they Army describes the role of a "sapper" as "one who may perform any of a variety of combat engineering duties. Such tasks typically include bridge-building, laying or clearing minefields, demolitions, field defenses as well as building, road and airfield construction and repair." .. Ranger school, on the other hand, is an intense 61 day training course that has roughly 366 men in a class, 60% who drop out within the first 4 days. Aaron, you, my friend, are no Ranger and should be ashamed to even compare yourself to one.  And i hope that you never find yourself in a dark alley with a REAL RANGER, as they might show you the difference pretty quickly.

At this point, Kristen has had enough. The shit has gotten so deep even she can't handle it anymore and bows out of the conversation and leaves.. Aaron has lost his captive audience. The night is over..

But I'm sure, somewhere soon, Aaron will give us yet another gem to break down and critique..  Stay tuned :)

Saturday, October 11, 2014

To Get Us Started. A list of Accomplishments

Here is a very simplistic run down of things Aaron has said he has done.

US Army for 10 years with one 3 month deployment 
Rank of 2nd Lt while in the US Army
Explosive Ordinance Disposal for the US Army.
Private Chef - culinary school for 2 years.

President of NAACP at Ole Miss.
Vice President of NAACP at Miss U  (position and college changed during two conversations same day)
He owns his own Restuarant 

He owns a gym
Got his private pilot license and worked as a test pilot for well known avionics corporation (lockheed martin)
Works at a different Restuarant also and does their inventory and ordering
He owns his own catering company and caters to the rich and famous

He was hired to cater 3 weddings right before coming to the show and was paid $18,000 to do them.
He's also a Personal Trainer for the rich and famous

Cooked for President Obama
He famous DANCER was taught by his sister who went to Julliard
He's a hair stylist that freelances at his mothers salon
He's wanted as a model all over the world
He majored in Math in college and almost went to MIT, but the military got in the way
He's dabbled in Marketing, because he wanted to develop his own brand
He's also registered with SAG and has done theater
He knows every famous chef on the planet

Worked at a High End motorcycle dealership in California.