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#1 C0bra


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Posted 11 January 2018 - 08:17 AM

Good morning everyone,


Name's Justin and I'm 24 years young. I'm an IT Service Technician by day, gamer by night. I've been tinkering with computers for as long as I can remember. My father was a self taught tech, who did work from home on the side, so I always had computers and parts around. I received my first computer at around 8 years old, it was a build from old parts. My own first successful build was when I was 12. It was something like an Intel Pentium 4? I can't remember now, but ever since then I've been drawn to technology and computers.


I'm a Star Wars fanatic, I own a movie accurate Storm-trooper costume that I wear to events and conventions. I'm a member of the 501st Legion - A worldwide Star Wars costuming group known for our volunteer and charitable work. Over the last 6 months our particular squad of 20 members have raised about $1,500 for Make-A-Wish. It's a very fun and rewarding hobby, as well as an expensive one.




Airsoft is my other big hobby; for those who don't know what Airsoft is - it's a sport much like paintball but instead the guns are far more realistic (basically replicas) and they shoot small 6mm plastic BBs instead of the 17mm paint shells that paintball uses. It hurts, but not too much. It's a very physically demanding hobby too, we spend most of a day out in the field. Most of our team run radios and full tactical gear, just to add a bit of realism and strategy to it.




I found this site looking for some things to do in my downtime at work. What better place than here? I can sharpen my skills as an IT professional and I get to help others in the process; two things I enjoy doing. 


Thanks for reading and if the pictures are not allowed please just let me know! 

Edited by C0bra, 11 January 2018 - 08:19 AM.


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