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I stumbled across this node while browsing demerphq's home node. In the true spirit of better late than never, here's my incredibly complicated explanation.

My first name Kevin, or Kev. Reverse that, change the all letters to lowercase. You have vek.

'mazin.

Update: vek was also the 3 letters I always entered into the ol' video game high score table while wasting my youth in arcades :-)

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