Name.com spokesman Vic Dixon is a true man of mystery. How is a man so confounded by technology capable of being the face of a tech company? How does a man so bereft of tact manage to avoid career-ending harassment claims? And where did he get that jacket? I sat down with Vic in hopes of finding the answers to these questions.
Ethan Conley: Thank you for agreeing to this interview, Vic.
Vic Dixon: There’s a chill in here. I grew up in a tiny island nation off the coast of FloriBama, so I’m only warm if we’re next to a swamp or cuddled up with a couple wives.
EC: …right. Well Vic, I’m just going to start with a very general question. What’s your story? Tell me about yourself.
Vic’s parents prospered in the nutria business.
VD: Well my parents were refugees of the Great Slovenian War [I am no history expert, but I pretty sure there was no such thing—Editor]. They did some sailing, made a raft out of some old tires and prayer, got over here to the good ‘ol US-of-A and were immediately just sucked into the the nutria business. Are you familiar with nutria? Well, it’s a large rat. So they found some way to make hats and soup out of this here deal. [Vic rambles for a few minutes about catching rats—Editor]Read More