|Your personal background.|
|Born 17 March 1973 Charlotte, NC, USA, age 39 years. Reside there again after living in Triangle, NC (4 months); Matthews, NC (2.5 years); and Butner, NC (2 years).|
I'm 1/4 Hungarian, 1/16 or so Cherokee Indian, probably some German, and definitely English/Irish/Scottish. I can be a constipated limey, a neat-freak/detail-obsessed Kraut, a war-loving bohunk (UFC rocks!) or a loud mick with the best of them (note my b'day). I also hold my liquor well :)
Lest you think I have any political correctness in me at all, my favorite sports teams are the Washington Redskins and Atlanta Braves (and UNC Tarheels). I also like the Kansas City Chiefs to a degree, and the Chicago Blackhawks are ok with me due to their storied history.
I travel, play hearts and spades as well as No-Limit Hold 'em, read, watch the news on TV and read it online, love sports, and collect stamps and coins.
I sell women's and children's finer fashions on eBay under the username thetrendywoman. Mention you saw me here and get 1/2 off shipping to the USA, 1/4 elsewhere :)
|Your opinions about WEP-M+2 Project|
|I have experimented with several DC projects offered by BOINC, seeing which ones produced the most results and were most deserving of my unused flops. Right now, I'm dabbling in some minor projects while keeping my focus on Distributed Rainbow Tables. I'm also running FreeHal (right here, right now, most proper) and WU Properties full time, as they're not CPU-intensive.|
I'm first and foremost on the medical side of things. However, if I can do that or rainbow tables or whatever, and get extra work such as HAL for free, I'm good for that.
Anyhow, as to the rest of my contributing: most of it goes in small amounts to cancer research and the like. You have to wonder, though, how much of an impact numbers make, being digital, to a non-digital entity like the human body. However, those projects are quite worthy of flops, and when DistRTGen has to take some time to figure out data offline, I run a cancer DC project. I do want to help in beating cancer...
...as well as stopping NEO's from hitting us. I hope Orbit gets some more WU's :) There's also Asteroids, but they haven't synced with Windows yet.
I'm trying to put up a pic of Hayley Westenra. No luck so far. She's a classical crossover singer from Christchurch, NZ, and has perhaps the best voice on the planet today. She is the biggest entertainment act in the history of New Zealand, and worldwide is 4x platinum in total sales. Check her out... but remember, gentlemen, I saw her first, or actually 2nd... she's engaged, too... rats :p
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