How would I explain Tate Hoefler in five hundred words? Well I'd start with that he is a fantastic skier and he also runs as a side sport. But other than his sports Tate is a wondrous person. A Vermont native with extreme pride for his state. Like if you bring up anything involving the Patriots, maple syrup, and Vermont in general, he will go into a harangue of why the Northeast is the best part of the United States. Once Tate is older he would love to live in his hometown. That town is Williston, Vermont. When Tate is older he would like to go into one of two things. Either sales or engineering. I think that Tate would succeed pretty well in either one.
Also another thing about him is that he is overly obsessed with the Patriots. I think he wears a Patriot's jersey two out of five days each week. He knows everything there is to know about the Patriots. It's cray cray.
Tate's biggest inspiration isn't a person. It's and idea. The idea that everything is possible. It's quite an inspiring idea. And I think that Tate follows this philosophy pretty well. Like he has these eccentric ideas about the craziest things. Like once he proposed to me the ideal candy bar. And it honestly sounded pretty life changing. So stay ahead of your time Tate!
Tate’s really proud of the kind of music that he likes. He mainly listens to classic rock or just rock in general. Occasionally he’ll pick up some now pop song that he likes but other than that he just listens to music from the eighties. His all-time fav band is Guns and Roses (btw there’s a Lana Del Rey song called Guns and Roses, I’ll link it).
Tate also hates loud noises. Like he really despises and glares at the tiniest thought of it. I also have a hatred towards random loud noises. Like if I’m casually sitting and the piercing loud fire alarm goes off, I’ll jump and scream in my seat.
One last word that Tate would describe himself with is an individual. And he is quite the individual. He doesn't follow the hypothetical law of status quo and breaks free from societies so called “rules”. He has amazing ideas that could someday change the way that we humans think about out world. It’s kind of inspiring. So Tate keep skiing/running and always keep your head up. Don’t listen to what the haters have to say and charge through life with an independent and confident spirit.
|A selfie of Tate. Picture courtesy of Tate Hoefler.|