About Me

Hi, I’m Lee Kapa, and I live on the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia, near the easternmost point of the country. I’m middle-aged with no wife, kids, higher education or major achievements (unless you count the first two).

Let’s kick off the Mindless 2.0 journey by diving into the key moments of my younger years, because there’s a lot to unpack.

Growing up, I was a kid bursting with energy—though not always the right kind. I spent much of my life feeling out of place in a society ranked very high among the top countries to live in. So, no complaints about the setting. People often said I was a product of the Asperger’s, ADHD, and left-handed assembly line, which can be a real challenge for parents and peers.

Admittedly, I was sometimes a handful, often poking my nose where it didn’t belong. But I loved exploring just beyond my boundaries. I was also told I had a few learning difficulties, but these were usually in subjects that failed to capture my interest—like 90% of my school classes. Despite this, I have fond memories of my childhood, even if those around me often turned to a drink out of frustration.

Fast forward a few years…

After spending much of my life navigating through flawed ideals, always on the lookout for loopholes and quick opportunities, I jumped from one endeavour to the next without finishing much—until recently. The truth is, I had all this internal energy but couldn’t channel it effectively into the outside world. Fortunately, I’ve now discovered what I call Mindless 2.0 energy, and I’m excited to share it with you throughout these pages.

Since my life hasn’t followed a straight path, neither does this site. It twists, turns, and loops back on itself, much like life. You could say that this site reflects my life experiences almost perfectly. Though, I would like to make it as easy as possible for you guys, by serving small portions at a time, as the content can be a lot to swallow. By the time you reach the end of this site, I hope to give you a deeper understanding of the unconventional world I see, which plays a significant role in my life.