I feel small.
Bizarro Edro is this guy who really sucks at mathematics, hasn't got a clue when it comes to anything having to do with computers, and doesn't even own a toaster because he almost electrocuted himself once while trying to pry a piece of burnt toast out of a toaster with a fork. To him, electricity is as mysterious a force as it would be to someone who lived in 5,000 BC...
Despite all of the above, Bizarro Edro's written communications are very precise in nature and are always perfectly scripted, grammatically speaking. He never uses slang of any sort, never uses any colloquial affectations-- and there's no trace of regional or even personal dialect in anything he writes.
Bizarro Edro can't stand Southern cooking in any form whatsoever, and is a teetotaler who detests the very thought of moonshine.
Bizarro Edro is considered to be one of the finest Farfisa players who ever lived. Recording artists such as Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs, Percy Sledge, and the Swingin' Medallions all began to incorporate the Farfisa sound into their hit recordings after hearing Edro playing one... and Richard Wright (the late keyboardist of Pink Floyd) once credited Edro as his inspiration for using a Farfisa in various recordings found in four different Pink Floyd albums.
Edro has never forgiven Del Shannon for using a Clavoline instead of a Farfisa for the keyboard solo in the song "Runaway". He becomes furious just to think of it.
Bizarro Edro absolutely dotes on the writings of William Faulkner, especially those novels that were set in the fictional Yoknapatawpha County, Mississippi.
But Bizarro Edro's most favorite written works are actually novels written by such authors as Flaubert, Dumas, and Voltaire...
Bizarro Edro reads those novels in the original French they were written in. Bizarro Edro mastered the French language at a very young age and prefers to speak French over English whenever possible.
So that's Bizarro Edro for ya...