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Contrary to what most people think, my name is not taken (directly) from Hamlet. I had the joy of reading Stoppard's "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead" in high school, and chose the name Guildenstern because he seemed to be the less stupid of the two. (Although that's really quite a SWAG, as people who've read the play or seen the movie know.) I used to engage in word tennis, and I really used to drive people nuts in chat rooms by simply saying "Heads..." over and over. I seem to have stopped doing those things, as it was always a pain in the butt to explain what I was doing.

Negaterd character class uber alles!

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