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Wow, dunno how I missed this thread!   Neat post, George_Sherston++

My homenode lists a few meanings for "ybiC", but of course none of them are why I chose that nick.   You see, it all started when I was born a poor black child.   Anyways, on discovering the Monastery, almost the very first node I read was PSALM 23   So I chose for a nick a sig I've used in Christian correspondance for a number of years.   It stands for "your brother in Christ".

hencE thE unusuaL capitalizatioN oF mY monKnicK.   It also explains why calling me "brother ybiC" is just a wee bit redundant.
  cheers,
  Don

P.S.   props to He-With-A-Silent-Q for pointing me to this thread.

P.P.S   I don't know that he's necessarily Christian, but KM++ for that cool perl poetry.

P.P.P.S.   if you want to discuss (not debate or argue) matters o'faith, I'm always interested in hearing why others (dis)believe as they do.   Don't worry, I won't try to force my own faith on you, regardless of my own strong convictions.   8^)


In reply to Re: Name Space (Squeak an entry in before the deadline?) by ybiC
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