Okay, I'm about to break the habit of a lifetime and answer this. I think your initial post on this matter was here. If it isn't your post it's still the same basic question so your answer should be there.
Now I've been useful a couple of hints. If you're going to be asking questions it's worth registering a username so you can easily go back and view your own posts, and also it's definitely worth noting down useful tips in a notebook or something (Yes, a paper one. No CPU needed).
Now for a quick check.. I think you've managed to mangle your question somewhere, or do you really have an enviroment variable called (not 'with the value of', but called) 'Mike Wallace'?
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