My username is MacroHawk. People who know me might say I have many hobbies, most of those which can be seen usually involve sharp tools. But, sharp
tools or no, I can only count one hobby which involves working in many materials. The whole point of this singular hobby is too reveal what I think
may be inside waiting for me to uncover and maybe even understand. Let's see if I can do some of that here.
Ok, let's see here. Likes sharp tools and mystery. Yup, you'll fit right in. Please report to Level 16 for deprogramming. Make sure you take a night
light and bunny slippers. You don't want to be seen as an outsider.
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Well… Dull tools are no one's friend soooooo, yup. Besides, having sharp tools makes sure you'll fit in anywhere.
As for reporting to level 16 for deprogramming, it might be a good idea to get to know me better first. If you value level 16 that is. Are
emoticons available for use here? I really wanted to add a wink to that.
Yes, knowing MacroHawk as I do, you really don't want him on Level 16. And if anything, he would thoroughly deprogram the deprogrammer. It would be
a war of nerves but MacroHawk would undoubtedly win. Said Deprogrammer would be reduced in due time to a mass of quivering plasma. And then, the
real fun would start.
For all you ladies out there, MacroHawk was the Ersatz Darkblade voice for next week's edition of 'Out of the Box'. World's best radio voice...
For whatever reason I read "well versed" as "well dressed".
Mostly non mysterious materials. Wood, metal, stone, bone, plastic, clay, leather and sometimes human flesh when which ever sharp tool becomes too
not sharp and slips. Light, pixels, words... all grist for the mill, some better than others. There are a few other things I'm trying to visualize
clearly enough to start thinking in and of graphics to help explain. Maybe some day.
Welcome Macrohawk! I just introduced myself yesterday, I was a lurker here for years, and am happy to be out in the community. As a diesel truck
mechanic, I get to use lots of sharp tools too. But the most important tool in my box is the intellectual scalpel, separating truth from nonsense,
and gleaning insight from mystery. Glad to be part of the solution with you!
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