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You know the expression "Jack of all trades, master of none"? Well, that describes me to a tee. I get intrigued by something, want to go pick it up, get fairly good at it, then get intrigued by one more more other things and follow them, occassionally coming back to the original. But why am I describing it.. everybody knows what that means. Anyway, you tell me how many people enjoy (in no particular order) origami, playing guitar, playing keyboard, Medieval Europe, traveling to Europe for that matter, programming (perl, c++, java, xml, fortran, javascript, basic, assembly, and the list keeps growing), drawing, math (very high level math), calligraphy, snowboarding, movies, music (any kind), animals, greek language, spanish language, greek mythology, reading..... Really, tell me... I'm looking for more people like me, and if they're cute, even better heheh.

Btw, it's late, I'm at work, and I'm barely awake... so I'm rambling. Maybe I'll look back at this and wonder what the hell I was doing, or I might keep it around for a while, but until then.. there's a short glimpse of me.
Oh, and don't ask about the "6717"... Except that now that I've said that, you're almost obligated to ask, aren't you? Well damn! ..... I guess to save both of us some trouble, I might as well tell ya about it:

Let me start by saying I'm a geek to the core (I'm an E2 noder after all). Very bored in a mid level Electrical Engineering class at MTU one day, teacher says we have to come up with a four digit pin (since last four of socials weren't allowed anymore, and it's probably not a good idea to use my PIN (no, not PIN Number ...but I'm rambling again)). So I took the letters

"L---O---B---O"

(I've got a thing for wolves)
and converted them to their numeric equivalent (a=1, b=2, c=3, ....):

"12---13---2---13"


Well that's not four digits, is it... hmmmm, let's divide by two:

"6---7.5---1---7.5"


still not quite. Hell, let's just round:

"6---7---1---7"


There we go. And I've been using it ever since. Did I mention that I was really bored in class that day.


Well, know that I've bored you to death,

WAKE UP

..... happy noding.