Is there really anything to say about Rasputin that history can't tell you? Well, yes, but he tends to overshare when welcoming new hires so I don't want to make you sit through that twice. The dude has some serious unresolved issues over what happened after he died. But considering how many shots it took to kill him, clearly he doesn't let go very easily. What is it about you people that makes you so insistant on clinging to negativity? Survival instaincts. Oops on you, evolution! Well, let's get on with it already.
Rasputin is a lot of fun. He has a high-functioning interest in sugar. He can be sort of whimsical at both the best and worst of times. He is vivid, brave, and flamboyant. He can become kind of aggrieved when things don't go to his liking.
Rasputin is partial to working, likes watching horror movies, and prefers getting lost in the pages of non-fiction books in many cases. That being said, he isn't a fan of romance films, being subjected to the cacophany of country music, or reading stupid entertainment magazines. Distinctly, working on some quantitative reports, entertaining himself with a game of Dominant Species, and watching any episode of The Great Train Robbery comprise a large portion of Rasputin's daily routine.
Oh, and seeing that Rasputin is a member of the HG Dynamics Human Resouces Squad (it's not really called that but I just simulated six martinis so I'm pretty loose) don't be annoying about his questions. If you don't already know, you give HR the answer they want or you're never getting out of that meeting.
RATIO 86 : 1