User:RogerPerkins

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==About me==
==About me==
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Hello, I’m Roger, a SysOps and a scientist at Plaeos.org. I know enough about the former to break software, and enough about the latter to be dangerous. I grew up in Ronald Reagan’s hometown – the corn belt of Illinois. A half century later I still dislike his politics. I was a solid C student through high school, whenever I attended that is. Many of my classmates smelled like a farm – not that there is anything wrong with that. I preferred playing in the woods. The university was far less boring. I grew my hair long, bought a Martin guitar, learned about studying (and partying), got married, yada yada, and the rest is history.  
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Hello, I’m Roger, a SysOps and a scientist at Palaeos.org. I know enough about the former to break software, and enough about the latter to be dangerous. I grew up in Ronald Reagan’s hometown – the corn belt of Illinois. A half century later I still dislike his politics. I was a solid C student through high school, whenever I attended that is. Many of my classmates smelled like a farm – not that there is anything wrong with that. I preferred playing in the woods. The university was far less boring. I grew my hair long, bought a Martin guitar, learned about studying (and partying), got married, yada yada, and the rest is history.  
My first career was as a nuclear reactor core physicist, fast breeder reactors, actually. I later helped start up the San Diego Supercomputer Center, and then went on to direct a supercomputer center. If I told you some of my jobs along the way, I would have to kill you.  
My first career was as a nuclear reactor core physicist, fast breeder reactors, actually. I later helped start up the San Diego Supercomputer Center, and then went on to direct a supercomputer center. If I told you some of my jobs along the way, I would have to kill you.  

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