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#1 hugoboss00007


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Posted 28 June 2011 - 11:07 AM

Hi I'm a Cisco Network Engineer from Minneapolis MN. Love gaming and PC's, skydiving and motocross!
"A geek is defined in the dictionary as someone who is offensive and perceived as overly intelligent. I, on the other hand, believe that geek is a term that should be used to describe people who demonstrate prowess at any skill. Band geeks, computer geeks, even skater geeks. Someone who's familiarity with their field surpasses that of the general public"

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#2 Dag@mir


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Posted 28 June 2011 - 01:15 PM

Hello hugoboss00007
you just joined today same as I have done. I am a System and Statistics Analyst for the last years was into logistics 3PLs. from Panama City, Panama. One of your hobbies is a "xtreme sport..." Something I would have loved to do when I was younger, it was just not common unless you were a marine, definitely not common a couple of decades ago. But I still play football (full gears) with my teenage sons. Guess we both like gaming and PC's. Perhaps we can talk a little later to discuss about "games" would like to get into virtual gaming as a biz.

Your geek definition is great!!! I agree with it.

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