"Who does this guy think he is?"
The Wesleyan Argus
"Sometimes Dr. X spends a full hour
discussing topics I've never even dreamed to care about."
Popular Campus web log
"If 88.1 could play Dr. X 24/7,
I think we'd all be better for it."
Ted Mosby, Wesleyan Radio Program Director
Dr. X was born of two loving but restless parents, Mystery and Passion, and had a paternal grandfather, Justice, and a half sister
Integrity from one of Passion's previous marriages. His great great grandfather Malcolm was a tuna fisherman.
Left in a Tibetan monastery at two, Dr. X was reading at three and piloting his own soul on "spirit flights" at four. As a teenager, he honed
his consciousness and the white hot tip of his truth spear in the art museums of Middle Europe, the mosques of Old Arabia, and the battlefields
of rural Maryland, where he participated in numerous Civil War reenactments. Seeking further enlightenment, he attempted to climb Mount Everest
without the benefit of helium, but had to turn back two-thirds of the way to the summit when his Sherpa broke his ankle. Dr. X carried his newfound
friend on his shoulders down the mountain, hauled him overland to his village, and nursed him back to health. He left the village nine months later,
leaving behind a new sewage treatment plant he'd built for the grateful residents.
Fluent in six languages (seven if you count the language of sign), Dr. X divides his time between the United States and India, where he has attained
the rank of Tantric master, known for both his discipline (8+ hours) and knowledge (74 positions).
If you dare to discover some of the dangerous truths that hold the common man down,
click on these past Dr. X dialogues.
Dr. X on Sweatshops
Dr. X takes on the Jockocracy
Dr. X on the Ivy League