Bio

Keith Garcia was born and raised in Dallas, PA. He hung out alot in the nearby small town of Wilkes-Barre, and once he turned 18 he moved to the other side of the state to the city of Pittsburgh. After living and going to school there for 5 years, he moved back to the eastern side of Pennsylvania, to Philadelphia. This allowed him to transition to a larger city and at the same time move closer to his hometown friends and family. He has been here for the last 8 years and visits his friends and family in the Northeastern Pa/Poconos region quite often. His first favorite foods are mango chicken from Penang, #50 spring rolls from Vietnam, mole chicken enchiladas, chorizo tacos, pizza, most italian pasta dishes, and fried lumpia. His second favorite foods are tapa, pho noodles, hamburgers, cheesesteaks(whiz wit), pancit, and risotto. He blames his first and second favorite foods for his ongoing battle with acid reflux. He tries to combat this condition by taking prilosec and eating apples and a yogurt. In 2008 he plans to eat less cheese because he heard that the fats in most dairy products are harder to break down, causing more acid production in the stomach, resulting in increased GERD(Gastro-Esophageal Reflux Disease).  

 

-Bio written by Kenneth Santos.

2 Responses to “Bio”

  1. chrisnise said

    One time i lived with this guy.

  2. Aubrey Morris said

    I lived with him, too. I think I was there when he took that one polaroid on the roof of our first apartment in Philly. We had to leave that place though cuz our coke-head landlord tried to break down our door.

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