Ok now that thats out of the way, lets talk about brewing.
1) You will need to buy a starter kit so you can brew your own beer. I found my kit from midwestsupplies there you can find kits that they have already made up that will give you all the equipment you need! They also sale rookie beer kits to help you get started on your own home brew. You will probably want to start out bottling your home brew. I bottled my beer 4 times then decided to go to kegging. I suggest start with bottling 1) so you will know the process and 2) so you will appreciate kegging lol. There are a couple of kits that you can get with bottles, this would be a good idea.
2) Get a kit. Get a beer that you know you will like. If you like brown ales get a brown, if you like hoppy beers get an IPA if you like light beers go with a blonde ale, the choice is yours just make sure its easy. You do not want to start off with a high gravity beer or something that will take you 3 months to brew. Also I should add unless you have an extra fridge lying around you will be making ales, because Ales are top fermenting beers and the yeast can like in the 60-70 degrees rang. Lagers cannot and would have to be refrigerated at all times.
3) Once you get your equipment and brewing kit then happy brewing, if you have any questions please post and I will try to help you out. I will from time to time post my beers that I am working on. Also a good useful website with a ton of information and tons of people to answer questions for you would be HomeBrewTalk I am a member and everyone who is a member is dedicated to making home brews and helping out the noobs.