As a young missionary in Japan I had the opportunity to pose for a few (hundred) "Print Club" or "Purikura" photo booth sticker pictures. I can't believe my hair in these. And those glasses, oh those huge glasses. No wonder I was so famous in Japan.
In an act of weird, almost-turning-30, late-night inspiration, I will now Google search all of my mission companions. Some names are more Googleable than others, but here goes:
My mission companions: Where are they now? A Google surprise!
Daniel C. Lorenzen He is a lawyer now. Such a smart dude. The "C" in his middle name stands for Carl, and he was always ashamed of that for some reason.
Arthur Hidefumi Hoki (couldn't find anything, man, I would totally like to know though, because this guy was hilarious)
Moku Ka'aloa Is a photographer in Hawaii. Click on "Philosophy" to see him. I really enjoyed working with him.
Minekazu Takayama (nothing, this is a pretty common Japanese name. But I swear, I saw him walking down the street in Tokyo two summers ago.)
Jeremy Kerr Biology professor? Linux guy? Not sure. Maybe neither.
Aaron "Kubiak" Anderson (Too normal of a name, sorry he is unGoogleable. I've talked with him on the phone recently. What a sweet, sweet dude. I am blessed to know him.)
Michael Reall (might be a professor at the University of Idaho, might be a stake president in Missouri. Actually, he appears to be both. Over-Achiever!!!! It makes me so mad that he became a Dr. before I did... ;0) No, seriously though, this guy probably deserves it, because he was like totally DRIVEN.
David Sorenson (Too common of a name. Tragically unGoogleable. He was a good guy, for sure. Liked duct tape wallets.)
Craig Banz Appears to be in the Air Force. A great dode!
Elder Harris (I'm sorry I can't remember your first name, we were only companions for like a week. Was your first name Anthony?)
Peter Spransey (Unique name, but nothing came up. Interesting guy. Used to work at Kinko's. Seemed surprised that I was aware of the stereotype that most Kinko's employees are gay.)