Pat N. Stroke
Pat N. Stroke was born in East Timor. Overfed by his Jewish mother and instructed in the art of playing victim by his Palestinian father, Pat learned at an early age to blame others for being fat.
Stroke graduated from Harvard University (sum cum louder), with a double major in Middle East Studies and in Metaphysics. His thesis, titled "Does God exist in a falafel", became a hit radio show in Lebanon where it aired for three days.
For the past two decades, Pat has worked intermittently as a hairdresser to celebrity cats in Hollywood and as Chief Scientist on the Iranian nuclear program.
Currently residing in Sudan, Pat N. Stroke is a frequent contributor to the ISIS journal "Head and Shoulders" as well as to "Mohel Digest - the abridged version".
Pat and his wife, Hadda Stroke, have two children, Rub N. Stroke and Luvto Stroke (an introvert). Pat dreams of playing in the NBA when he reaches 50.