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krishna42

Greetings from Gainesville, FL!

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My name's Chad Walker. This will be just a quick intro that probably won't get updated much if at all. That alone should tell you something about me... I'm not much of a joiner, but do enjoy a good discussion even when I'm just listening. I'm an agnostic, with leanings currently towards atheism, but that can change at any moment. You can probably tell by my User Name that I read a lot about religion, especially Eastern. I also enjoy sci-fi and fantasy. I teach high school English, so I read a lot of "classics" as well as novels aimed at "young adults." I suppose that will suffice for now.
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Welcome Chad! I hope to see you in some of our chat sessions and on the forums.Chris "The man who does not read good books has no advantage over the man who cannot read them"
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You teach high school English? Then get into the chatroom! You'll feel comfortable with the dignified and erudite discussion.We'll remind you of your kids
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