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I've always tried in my life to understand a little bit of everything; be as fluent as I can in many subjects; and understand as much of the things around me as possible.

At the same time, however, my memory has hindered me. My episodic memory (that of events in my life) is particularly poor, to the point that I frequently forget what month something happened. Easy things become hard this way ("I paid the phone bill...didn't I?") and as a result I sometimes learn things and forget when I learned them.

Things are moving in and out; I am a chaotic set.

The reason I came up with it is because I needed a fairly clean, fairly short, and fairly understandable name for my workplace at the time (wretched tech support farm!) and this was what came to mind.

I've used lancelot, larkspur, and seirakkha as nicks before, in chronological order, and abandoned each when the persona it projected no longer reflected who I was.

It probably won't happen with chaoticset.

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In reply to Re: Name Space by chaoticset
in thread Name Space by George_Sherston

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