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by TStanley (Canon)
on Jul 05, 2000 at 20:30 UTC ( #21156=user: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

The above picture was taken on November 24, 2012. The gentleman pictured with me and my family is one Buddy Valastro AKA The Cake Boss. He was doing his Homemade for the Holidays tour, and was in Lowell, Massachussets, so I bought the tickets for the three of us and upgraded them, as it was my daughters 16th birthday, to get to meet him after the show. I can honestly say that Buddy is one of the nicest persons that I have ever met.

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I am a HP-UX/NCR Unix system administrator for a major super market chain in the New England area. And once a month, I put on a Battle Dress Uniform and pretend I'm back in the military (NH Air National Guard)

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My Unitarian Jihad Name is: Brother Spear of Freedom. What's yours?

I have the following books offered in the library:


NOTE:

The current version of my QuizTaker.pl on my personal website is now V1.08 for both Linux and Windows. You can download them here. And now the Games::QuizTaker module is available on CPAN (As of 11 Oct 01).


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WP+++MO PP!n-CO--PO--o G A-Ee---Ev
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