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The "Agent" part of my name I got from James Bond's code name: Agent 007. In various places I've used different endings for my screen names. Originally, I got the 00013 because 007 was already taken (on AOL IM) and so was 0013. So I added an extra zero.

On IRC (DALNet) I go by Agent_Ender. Ender is taken from Orson Scott Card's book Ender's Game. The book is probably my favorite (or at least one of them) of all time. OSC's about the best author I've read.



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