-- Born to a poor itinerant Navy family shortly after WWII, George Warren Hughey played as a child in a secret Nuclear Waste Dump, which stimulated his overactive brain to develop many more than the normal number of neurons & neural connections, enhancing not only the obvious aspects of what we commonly call 'smarts', but in fact, all of the four areas of Human Intelligence which determine our natures-- the Intellectual, the Physical, the Emotional, and the Spiritual. This development naturally led him to become an amazingly unique and disturbingly out-of-step child and a source of constant chagrin to his parents, family, and friends. -- In the Classic tradition, the ideal he pursues is Truth, as opposed to money, fame, or wordly accomplishments. This, of course, is highly irritating to everyone, along with George's unfortunate habit of constantly borrowing money from those he loves, or needing a ride somewhere. Nevertheless, he stubbornly asserts that "Truth = Beauty, and Beauty = Truth, and this is all I know, or need to know!" (What a Pill!) -- Among the other exasperating maxims followed by this ne'er-do-well are such as: "Don't Sweat the Small Stuff", "Money Is the Root of All Evil", "Rules Are Made To Be Broken", and "Danger Is My Business". -- It goes without saying, therefore, that such a misguided societal misfit is extremely lucky to have been associated with a Media Midas like the great JACK 9000, who is adept at turning the most casual passing idea into a culture-bending Masterpiece. -- This enables GW to get by on his single apparent skill, the uncanny drawing ability he gained when his irradiated right hand was removed as a child, and he was provided with an experimental bionic appendage programmed to draw with great precision in the style of MAD magazine, which was his favotite source of inspiration at the time (1954). -- GW's stated ambition is to remain as free of gainful employment as he can manage, given his wife and eleven children, in accordance with his belief that, as spoken by the great Bambino, "No man who works for another man is ever overpaid!"