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location Greenwood, AR
age 31
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I'm a husband to my beautiful wife, father to our children, Computer Science graduate from University of Central Arkansas. I love my wife, our children, computers, playing guitar (especially singing/playing for my wife and/or kids), bicycling (including taking my kids for rides in my bike trailer), woodworking, airbrushing, digital and traditional artistry, playing games with my family (traditional and digital), my poor Chevette that I had to sell, throwing knives, firearms, knot tying, rope making, whip making, and really just learning new stuff in general. If I don't know about it I probably want to learn about it, if only so I can make informed decisions about it.

My three favorite programming languages are Python, Lisp, and Assembly (though I'm not sure about the order of those last two languages...).

I think the CANSPAM act is one of the dumbest pieces of legislation in the history of the universe

I love Python and HTML+Javascript.

I'm #SOreadytohelp (I really want a t-shirt, what can I say?)

comment Where to get fonts for fictional ancient languages?
I used to write a lot of notes using the Tolkenized version of Futhark runes. Then I invented my own. They're handy when you want to express your opinions of people without actually letting them know how you feel.
comment How do you handle injury in Roll For Shoes?
I totally read the title to this question of "how do you roll for injury in shoes?" I was expecting to see some question about doing battle with shoes, or getting hit in the shoe or something.
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answered Dungeons that aren't dungeons
comment I am looking for a game to ease my friends into role playing
One recommendation along these lines that I heard was, say a rat attacks and rolls a critical hit, killing off the character, give them a second chance (e.g. "You die, but a bottle breaks and a fairy restores three hearts!")
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