Hello, my name is Ryan and I have been playing role playing games for most of my life. Long before ever owning a book, when I was about seven years old, I had a sleepover at a friend's house who had an older brother that had played Dungeons and Dragons at summer camp that year. We had no rules or books, but he had his couple of sessions and acted as our DM. We all had lots of experience with games like Dragon Warrior and Zelda to kind of know what we were doing.
The second day I took my turn at DMing, and have been running games ever since. My first roleplaying book was the Completed Wizards Handbook, which I purchased with garage sale money when I was nine. I had no idea what this Thac0 thing was there were referencing. Shortly thereafter I picked up the core books to AD&D and found my home for many years.
I collected a lot of the older supplements, seeming to prefer them (especially the AD&D Dungeon Master's Guide. That book is still amazing). Since that time I have played every edition of D&D, pathfinder, white wolf, and a pile of other roleplaying games.
DCC has my interest now, and I feel like I'm bitten by the bug of inspiration once more. I'm currently running a mega-dungeon for two different troupes using the DCC rules. The mega-dungeon is of my own design and the first level has over 600 rooms, with 10 planned out levels and 5 sublevels. I don't think we'll finish the dungeon ever, but sometimes it's fun to just build something huge.
One of my players is posting the session write-ups of the Mega-dungeon over on rpggeek, which can be found here: http://rpggeek.com/thread/816121/twenty-idiots-with-more-greed-than-sense