Mr. McD was born a long time ago in a log cabin in the wilds of New Jersey. He was raised by a wolf and built Rome in two days. The inventor of Algebra and leader of the Mongol horde, Dr. McD (also known as Zimbu, the FaxMonkey) discovered the New World in 1000 A.D., and again in 1492. Chief author of the Declaration of Independence, commander of the Union Army in the Civil War, and originator of the general theory of relativity, he is perhaps best known as the first man to walk on the moon. More recently, Lord McD (who wrote "The Book of Love") was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, discovered cold fusion, and retired after nearly thirty years of hosting "The Tonight Show, starring Johnny Carson." A Perl Zealot and adept at all things email, he is not above plagarizing the biographies of famous jugglers. He loves the beautiful Lady Morio and believes that he will one day be King.
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