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CWH’s first ever Member interview with Ch4dtr0n!


By bphface / 5 years ago / In: General ,



Although the heart and soul of CamWithHer will always be the CamGirls, many of the ladies have commented that it’s their loyal fans and the comraderie of the member community that keeps them here.  Many members have expressed the same sentiments, commenting on the friendships they’ve made while cruising the sometimes hilarious, sometimes poignant, but always welcoming CWH Forums.  In this spirit, we here at CWH bring you our first ever member interview.  And for our first target…  I mean victim…  I mean participant, chosen by popular vote, is Chad(ch4dtr0n) who bravely volunteered to answer any and all questions that the CamGirls might throw at him. 

 Brian: How does it feel to be popularly selected for the first ever CWH member interview?

 Chad: It was obviously rigged and I demand a full recount. Did you possibly account for all the hanging chad’s that could’ve been votes for other candidates? What about absentee ballots, were those counted in this vote?

 Brian: What does ch4dtr0n mean / where did you get that name?

 Chad: Without being too completely nerdy, here it goes.

Chad: My name is Chad, that part was pretty simple.

Tron: comes from Transformers. I was always an avid fan of the decepticons over the autobots, so I took the end of Megatron’s name, hence tron.

The 4 and 0: comes from the Sublime song 40 Ounces to Freedom. Mash it all up and you get Ch4dtr0n

 Brian: How did you stumble onto CWH?

 Chad: Well, I was on my way to church one day when the reverend spoke to me about a site of heavenly girls just waiting for me to give them their money. 😉  Nyli was featured on a cam portal site I frequented the forums of and I came across to check out this place.

 Brian: What do you do for a living?

 Chad: My occupations are as a software engineer for an international banking software company. I am an Independent Team Beachbody Coach as well, and I run a few small JKD classes at couple of the gyms here in town.

 Brian: What is your normal day like?

 Chad: I usually hit the snooze button once or twice, then after finally getting out of bed I partake in my morning ritual of kicking exercises and about 10 minutes of other drills. (It’s a nice way to wake up) I cook up some eggs and bacon, hit the shower and get ready for work. Work, come home, workout, and relax as much as possible. I’ll jump on here, or any other number of sites, or sometimes I’ll play some friends in a game or two of whatever, pop in a movie and pass out.

 Brian: Do you have any pets? / What pet would you like?

 Chad: Not at the moment no. I’d like to have a pup running around the house, especially now that I have the extra room.

 Brian: What is your favorite hobby?

 Chad: Playing my trumpet. It’s an outlet for me to express myself beyond what words and sometimes other actions can do. It can be a nice of jazz combo playing, where you’re playing some of the classics by Coltrane, Davis, and such. You can play in a big band where you’re asked to be the wild mofo to play lead and all the high notes. You can turn thing around completely and go into a classical setting, being all noble, regal and such.

 Brian: Do you sleep in the nude, or with underwear/clothes on?

 Chad: I generally just sleep with boxers on.

 Brian: What are the 3 things you can’t live without?

 Chad: Boobs, booty, and babes – JUST KIDDING!!

     – Music:  I can’t live without it. It’s around me 24/7. It’s truly my drug addiction.

     – My friends: My real friends anyway. They are there at a moment’s notice for me, even when I don’t ask for it. They helped me get back on my feet, mostly, a few years ago and that’s put me where I’m at today.

     – Soccer ball: If I’m on a deserted island, I can give it a face and talk to it at least.

 Brian: When you’re having a rough day, what do you do to help make your day better?

 Chad: I either turn on some music or spend some time on the heavy bag.

 Brian: How do you try to improve yourself every day?

 Chad: I make a sheet of goals everyday of the things I need to accomplish, as well as the things I want to accomplish that day. It can be something as simple as introducing myself to someone new at the office, saying hello to someone at the gym.. when I used to go. Or, it can be something I set a month ahead of time such as I want to be able to run a marathon, I want to improve my sales or my coding skills. For me, it’s all about the little steps toward something bigger.

 Brian: What are 5 things you want to do before your time is up on this Earth?

 Chad: Go on a tour of the world, marry Gina Carano, climb a mountain,  play in one of those movie studio bands, and know that I left good things behind for my friends and family to remember me by.

 Brian: If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be and why?

 Chad: Probably in a lake home here in Minnesota.  As much as I say I want to move to California, or somewhere warmer, this state has it all from coastline, parks, tourist attractions, you name it, we have it. Sure, there are other states, and even countries to go see and live in, but when I need to escape from everything, the woods are right behind my house.

 Brian: If you could meet anyone alive or dead, who would it be?

 Chad: Theodore Roosevelt, to see how he feels about the current state of the country he helped found, as well as the rest of the world.

 Brian: If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be?

 Chad: My receding hairline. 😀

 Brian: What is your biggest regret in life so far?

 Chad: Not answering the phone the last time my grandpa called me. He passed away the next day.

 Brian: What is your favorite movie?

 Chad: My favorite movie has to be either Enter the Dragon, or Robin Hood: Men in Tights

 Brian: Were you really an aspiring chef?

 Chad: Actually, yes I was. I had applied for cooking school, and I had all of my things ready to go, and then I bailed on it because I entered an experimental phase in my life. I still cook all the time and experiment with different recipes/cooking styles all the time.

 Brian: What is your view regarding the Illuminati; and are you now, or have you ever been, a member of this group?

 Chad: Brian, buddy, did you know the last person who asked me this question suddenly committed suicide three days later, right? 😛

The Illuminati, Bilderberg Group, NWO frontmen, etc etc, is all really the same group if you so choose to follow deep enough into the evidence. Now, here in America I’ve seen it since I was younger that the man that sits in the Oval office, sometimes doesn’t always have the final say. With the internet, as well as more and more things going on in this country and the world, the theories supporting the Bilderberg takeover of the world using the UN and IMF as its bases is very possible and increases all the time, especially with our current President and how he’s gone back on so many of his promises, and how he did that rather quickly. Our current problem now is, however, there is no real paper trail for voting with electronic balloting, so voter fraud is very, very simple to have, and if this is all true, will happen again and again.

History shows that every great Empire eventually is defeated, however, no matter how great and powerful it may be.

 Brian: Tell us an interesting fact about yourself that you’ve never said on CWH before.

 Chad: I was an extra in the movie Ironwill. You can only see me for but a split second when they’re coming into St. Paul, but that shot took forever!!!

 Brian: Tell us what you really think about the following:

American education: It used to be great, but every graduating class I see now both in high school and college, I get more and more worried that we’re not teaching them the core values of a good education, nor how to successfully run this country in the future. Look at what just happened in Atlanta ffs.

Ware_Wolf:  He’s a bitch. 😛  😛  😛  Nah, Ware’s a pretty cool guy. He’s definitely got a talent in photography and sometimes he can be an angry wolf, but he’s pretty chill overall.

Game of Thrones: A damned good series of books and the series on TV has been outstanding as well. If you’re enjoying the TV series so far and haven’t checked out the books, I’d recommend it simply to get a little bit more into the actual story.

– Roommates: They’re nice to have as long as they can follow a few simple ground rules.

 Brian: You’re headed out for a night on the town.  Who’s with you, what are you wearing, and where are you going?

 Chad: A normal night on the town is usually comprised of me and a few of my close friends. Most of the time, I’m out wearing jeans and a button up. What can I say, I’m a simple guy. Dinner comes first, usually a steakhouse or a sushi bar. Then, we usually hit our standard bars throughout the night, maybe try one or two newer ones in different parts of town if we’re feeling adventurous and the status quo of places just isn’t doing too well. We generally end up at the same bar because all of our other friends and acquaintances end up there as well, and we sing the night away to some good ol’ tunes like Piano Man, Sweet Caroline, and all of the other good bar classics everyone knows the words to. hahaha

 Brian: And what do you do afterwards?

 Chad: Wouldn’t you like to know 😈

From Metalfreak

 Brian: When will you become a Packers fan?


 Brian: I noticed the Bruce Lee quote in your profile – is failure really glorious?

 Chad: Failure in life itself is never glorious; it always leaves a toxic feeling in the pit of your stomach. How you deal with that failure, however, determines the outcome of the next one, two, or ten things you set for yourself within your life. You’ve seen all the sportswear commercials about determination, getting back up, doing it again perfect practice makes perfect, but at the end of it all, if you don’t use that failure as a learning tool to help you in the future, that one failure can turn into quicksand for many more down the line.

 Brian: Anything else you’d like to say to the CWH community?

 Chad: This is a great community with a great structure behind it both in members and models. Don’t be afraid to speak your two cents on a subject, Insty’s all bark anyway.

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  • Evan

    Great Job Chad

  • Bobbia