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I'm not sure who I am...

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#1 zasheet


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Posted 24 May 2010 - 03:18 PM


I can't really say I am new here, since I have been using this site since last summer. But seeing as I have using you as a reference for that long and have found many answers to my computer related issues <the other issues require a shrink> I figure it is time I join up and introduce myself.

I go by Sparks and my first name is irrelevant seeing as there are so many of them around. I have been a repair tech in small computer repair shops in west central Minnesota and Central Wisconsin for about 8 years. I like to think I know what I am doing, but I have been wrong before.

A couple years ago I went to college to get a AA in computer science thinking I would be happy to make more money, but found myself back in a computer shop again. My favorite quote: Find something you enjoy and you will never work a day in your life. So I get payed to play. okay, so I will never make as much of a football player, but they don't get to play with electricity and randomly shock themselves, nor do they get to play with other people's toys. I guess I am easily amused.

point of it all, This site and the utilities found here have helped many times, so I figured I would sign up.


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Posted 24 May 2010 - 03:50 PM

Hello and :thumbsup: to Bleeping Computer.

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