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Interview: Humpty

The following is an interview with a superstar regular of ET Jay 1, Humpty. I met him there one evening in late 2017 and I've gotten to know the guy more and more. And it's all good things 😊 You can find him creeping the forum or using discord. Very welcoming dude who's full of good vibes. Hope you can get to know him a little from this interview. I was crackin' up!   When did you first start playing on ET FA servers?
I came back to ET and found your servers about 2 years ago. Before that it had been over a decade since i had played. A long winter!! Were you ever in a gaming clan?
I have been in a few clans; =PSG= (which stands for Paper Street Gestapo, a reference to Fight Club) , S.S. Shit-Storm and =POW= PrisonersOfWar What FA server is the most fun?
Jay 1 is my most frequently visited. Where are you from?
Born in Wisconsin and live in Portland,OR   What is something special about you?
I can cook like Walter White!! Is the world better or worse than it was 50 years ago?
Well I wasn't around yet!! Neeeurrrro.......but I imagine it is better now because I am here! Single?
Kinda-ish What’s the perfect date?
One that ends with breakfast. Are you a dad?
Negative Any tattoos?
Negative What’s your dream car? 
A dumptruck filled with gold bars!  What do you do for living?
I am a traveling salesman, I sell fake wood to RV manufacturers. What do you like to do in your spare time (besides gaming)? 
I enjoy going out with friends and family  What are you most proud of?
That I am better at admitting when I am wrong.  What do you hope to achieve everyday?
11pm the night before: "Greatness!!" , the morning of: "f*** you where's my coffee!!!"  Ever kiss a dude?
Haven't found the right man yet! What is your greatest fear?
Flying Spiders!! Who’s your role-model?
Bruce Lee of course! What’s your favorite album or song?
Frank Sinatra - Reprise "The Very Good Years" What's the last book you read?
A Clive Cussler book I'm sure What's the best movie you've seen? Series?
The Big Lebowski and the first season of True Detective. What’s your favorite dessert?
Ice Cream  What place has the best fries?
Red Robin with the campfire sauce. BBQ Ribs or steak?
Steak Favorite choice of alcohol?
Vodka Any drug use we should know about?
What do you want to know? Do you know a good joke?
How many Vietnam vets does it take to change a lightbulb?  You dont know maaaaan!!!!! You weren't there!!!!! Choose: Be deaf or be blind? 
Deaf If you were an animal, which one would you want to be and why?
A Portuguese Man Of War If you could choose one superhero power, what would it be?
Telepathy Have you ever been in love?
Yes Have you traveled? If so, what’s your favorite destination?
I like San Francisco if I couldn't live in Oregon. Tell us about you’re most embarrassing moment.
I got drunk and pissed my pants and my buddys daughter sat in my lap...... Have you met in person, FA/non FA players?
Vixen, Sleepy and Boozer Choose to Kill, F*&$, Marry, Cuddle, Sidekick?…Vixen, Elk, Sleepy, Tony, Insomnia
Insomnia, Vixen, Sleepy, Tony, Elk
  ❤️ What a catch, ain't he?! btw...there's a photo of him in the forum somewhere.  

Neuro

Neuro

 

Interview: GoongalaJones

This interview is with a member I've met via Day of Infamy (DOI) and discord voice chat. He has positively impacted me the first day I met him. Very intelligent and open person. A wonderful online friend. Many people here can most likely say the same about him. If you haven't yet met this well-spoken and friendly man, here is a glimpse. Presenting... GoongalaJones (Mr.Jones, Goongala, Goon) https://fearless-assassins.com/profile/23524-googalajones/   And thank you again, for taking the time to answer a few questions with such honesty and detail.   1. Where were you born and raised? My birthplace lies in the ancient city of Alexandria, just off the coast of the Mediterranean, North of Egypt. As for the latter part of the question, most of my early upbringing was spent in the beautiful city I call home, and later, in other places.   2. What languages do you speak? Do you have a favorite? A bit of backstory about that! Ever since my younger years, sounds has always fascinated me. Hearing the different calls of birds, the sounds of animals, and even to try and imitate these voices, thus evolving into mimicking different accents and dialects on the fly. Onto the answer! Fluently, eight. They are as follows: Arabic (my mother tongue), German, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Russian and Mandarin. As an Egyptian, we’re not really taught the language of our ancestors (the ones you see in hieroglyphs), but the most recent script, Demotic, is one that numerous wonderful friends of mine have helped me learn and understand through Coptic, an Orthodox Christian script derived from Demotic, whom I have the utmost respect and gratitude for. Other languages that I’ve come to learn and be able to use in conversations are Greek, Swedish, Dutch, Japanese (on its way to become on the fluency list, wish me luck!), Pashto, Swahili, Zulu, Xhosa, Hebrew and Farsi.   3. What do you like to do in your spare time (besides gaming)? Reading and writing! Started reading when I was three and a half years old, and have been continuing to do so since! Writing soon followed when I learnt to love languages. I would (and still do) read just about everything I can get my hands at any time. When I started writing, I used to love recording the narration I would recite of my writings onto old cassette tapes my dad kept on hand at home. Usually, I also like making up characters in writing and giving them a voice. Martial arts have been a staple since I was at the wee age of twelve. My routine is usually to go to a dojo (where available), do a full body workout, practice on sandbags and dummies, then spar with anyone willing! Whenever there isn’t a dojo around, I love going for runs, especially after dawn, and ending just after sunrise.
  4. What are you most proud of? Being blessed with strong willpower. There are times where I doubted it when it would
have counted, but looking back, it’s been what has driven this humble human to
become who he is today.
  5. Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
The future is most uncertain, but I have faith it shall be in a most wonderful place.
  6. What are your lifelong dreams?
To become a knowledgeable, multi-disciplinary, disciplined human being.
  7. What do you hope to achieve everyday?
Making someone’s day and brain happier and smarter!
  8. What is your greatest fear?
No longer being able to help myself or anyone around me, especially loved ones.
  9. What’s your favorite album or song?
Personally, I have no favourites. Instrumentals have always been my preference, just
because I feel it’s a crime to tie down the beauty of music with lyrics when you can
interpret it the way you would want. That is not to say that there are a lot of great hits
out there!
Music, in and of itself, is also a language. It’s also a huge enhancer to when you want
to start learning a language!
This would be one of my all-time favourites (That’s the oud. Used to play that for
about 3 years until studies got a lot more hectic) :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KyNXeCfPB2U
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jGVyFbZfqdM
  10. What's the last book you read?
I am a HUGE film noir/detective and crime fan!
Blood Test by Jonathan Kellerman.
  11. What's the best movie you've seen? Series?
When it comes to series, Band of Brothers, for sure!
As for movies, Casablanca!
  12. What’s your secret talent?
Wouldn’t be a secret if it’s out there, eh? :’)
  13. What’s your favorite dessert?
Kunafa Nabulsia, a semolina cake stuffed with a mozzarella-like cheese in Nablus,
Palestine!
https://www.google.com/search?q=kunafa+nabulsia&tbm=isch&source=iu&ictx=1&fir=L1wy6xaALyQlEM%253A%252CJsId5xSK5E_K4M%252C_&usg=AFrqEzdDQ9_IHp6OJFeHvxFhVmr7Qv0ow&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjuneO9t_ncAhUYbn0KHc3sAi0Q9QEwAHoECAUQBA#imgdii=ytyLLpB2zkYewM:&imgrc=SPSb4_UD7rbJoM:
Long link, but worth it!   14. Favorite Beverage? Lemonade (Or anything citrus, really)
  15. What’s something that will always be in fashion, no matter how much time passes?
Bow ties!
  16. What’s the most interesting conspiracy?
The Internet being the centre of our lives.
  17. Do you know a good joke?
What’s the best thing about Switzerland? I don’t know, but the flag is a big plus!
  18. Choose: Be deaf or be blind?
Blind.
  19. If you were an animal, which one would you want to be and why?
Polar bears! They’re cute, but dangerous when threatened.
If they weren’t fictional, I’d pick a dragon. Majestic and wise.
  20. If you could choose one superhero power, what would it be?
The ability to heal serious and fatal illnesses.
  21. Have you ever been in love?
Indubitably!
  22. Have you traveled? If so, what’s your favorite destination?
Travel is food for the soul! Thus far, it has been the Himalayas within Nepal! Spent a
wonderful two weeks in a cabin up there with relatives!
  23. Can you tell us a little about your experience with the military?
Whilst it is compulsory for Egyptian males to be enlisted upon turning eighteen, I’m
the only male child of my parents, and I have a sister. Therefore, I’m partially exempt
from service, but I’m still tied to the military.
However, I was a INTERPOL field officer for the good part of two years, mainly in crime
scene investigations. Started out as an intern during my second year of college, and
after much studying and training, I was given a service badge and pistol. I am no
longer a part of the organisation presently, but I do help out as a consultant from time
to time.
  24. Why join FA?
The wonderful people! Ever since I joined the DOI server, the deep sense of
camaraderie and community was at every corner, whether in any form of chat, or the
countless fun to be had!
  25. What is your most memorable moment in FA?
Crawling through Crete Stronghold in DOI, as well as Cards Against Humanity!
  26. Which server is the most fun?
The one and only DOI #1 Recruiting Server
  27. Have you met in person, FA/non FA players?
The only =F|A= member I have met would be my bestest best friend of almost ten
years now, Chaos the Golden Dragon, but I have it as my mission to meet as many of
the exuberant people of the clan as possible!
  28. Any strange stories since your joining in April 2018?
Meeting Major Stalvern and finding out he’s the long, lost, British brother I never had
would be one of them!
  29. What piece of advice could you give to noob members?
Be who you are, be kind, you’re part of a family.
  30. Any role models in the clan or people you look up to?
Sis, RedAngel, Neuro, Verillaxus and d..x, for sure!   /end 👌❤️

Neuro

Neuro

 

Interview: LeftWingVixen

Thank you Vixy for taking the time to answer these questions! My goal for this interview is to have members and non members get to know her because she is not only an awesome FA member who's been around for some time now, but also a spectacular human. To kick off my hopefully series of interviews... based in Portland, OR, USA... Presenting: https://fearless-assassins.com/profile/13388-leftwingvixen/   1. What do you like to do in your spare time besides gaming? * I like to read crime-related novels and watch Crime Drama movies, I'm heavily influenced by 1970 culture and love the thrill of chasing criminal psychology on a medical level. I also like to sketch using graphite or use some of my oil paints, I also write journal entries that I hope to collaborate and publish one day!   2. What are you most proud of? * My ability for my heart to keep beating, it has gone through hardships but has overall became resilient over time. As long as I'm not six feet underground, I'm grateful and proud of everything and everyone that has made my life what it is.   3. What are your lifelong dreams? * [rubs paws together] OKAY. Currently, I graduate Mortuary School next Summer, in which I will have an Associates of Mortuary Science. From then on, I’d like to continue working for my funeral home as I chase a Bachelors and/or Masters in Pathology [the study of disease]. I’d like to research into eventually becoming a Medical Examiner [physician], however my Plan B if I can’t get to Medical School would be to go into Death Scene Investigation or Forensics. I also hope to own a dog and a Cadillac Hearse one day. All the while becoming more proficient in my pole-dancing skills, I enjoy entering in competitions and hope to actually WIN one one day and become a centerfold for a local, Portland trade magazine -- just for my own ego, if anything.   4. What do you hope to achieve everyday? * To learn something new everyday, whether from life or school, and become one step closer to my goal(s) stated above.   5. What’s your greatest fear? * To die not on my own terms, suddenly/abruptly. I have many things to experience and people to love!   6. What’s your favorite album or song? * One of my favorite albums is AM by Arctic Monkeys, 2016-ish.  I get to see them in October! I also enjoy the album How to Become A Human Being by Glass Animals. I have too many individual songs I adore -- I dance to damn near them all.   7. Early bird or night owl? * Night owl, definitely. I have diagnosed insomnia, so I like using the night time to limit my distractions I have during the day to focus on my art.   8. What's the last book you read? * Coroner At Large by Thomas Noguchi. The second book of his Coroner series, Thomas Noguchi is a Japanese-American physician who was the Chief Medical Examiner in Los Angeles from 1967 - 1982, making him responsible for taking care of high-profile autopsies such as Janis Joplin, Marilyn Monroe, Robert Kennedy, and Sharon Tate. I like to learn to what he has to say, in hopes of adopting some of his tips to when I eventually get into the field too.   9. What's the best movie you've seen? Series? * The Usual Suspects [1995], surprise surprise, a crime drama. I don’t believe ‘series’ can be quality when there’s multiple additions. It’s cute when some people name themselves Keiser Soze on the server, based from the movie. I also enjoy Seven [1995] and American Beauty [1999]; basically anything with Kevin Spacey makes me want to lick the screen. Other favorite flicks are Lucky Number Slevin [2006] and  Harold and Maude [1971].   10. What’s your favorite dessert? * MOTHER-FUKKEN CHEESECAKE. New York Style.   11. If you were an animal, which one would you want to be and why? * I feel if people don’t know my answer to this, they don’t know me very well at all. [Fox.]   12. If you could choose one superhero power, what would it be? * To be able to telepathically lift objects. It would be a lifesaver when lifting the deceased in the prep room to clean under them as well as casually floating objects my way that I’m too lazy to reach for, like the television remote.   13. Have you ever been in love? * “I still love everyone I’ve loved, even if I cross the street to avoid them.” -- Uma Thurman    14. Have you traveled? If so, where’s your favorite destination? * Yes! I’ve been to America [since I live here], Canada, Ireland, Scotland, France, England x2, and The Netherlands. Strangely I haven’t gotten a chance to go to Mexico. One of my favorite destinations would be Amsterdam, everyone seemed like they were on vacation and I loved smoking a joint publicly in a bar whilst working on my Mortuary Law homework, half a world away.   15. What made you join FA? * The community! I fell in love with the unified sense of pride that the members of F|A exuded, and I felt I would have been a good addition to heighten morale on the server and become a dependable admin.   16. What is your most memorable moment in FA? * Tipsy !disoriented me and told me he wouldn’t fix it unless I got at least two kills with the panzer. The first respawn I did, I got a double kill. HA!   17. What server is the most fun? * Jay1 all the way.  Where the jokes are made up and the frags don’t matter.   18. Have you met other players from America? * Yes! I have met and hung out with EvilButters [and met his very nice family], had dinner with Sleepy in Salem, OR about 4 years ago, had dinner with Leon_S_Kennedy in Los Angeles last year, and Humpty lives near me so we’ve hung out and went to the movies and he supported me from my show. TheAbbot and Elk live near my hometown in Southern California yet I haven’t gotten to meet them yet. I’m probably missing a few, but I always enjoy meeting fellow players.   19. Any strange stories since your joining in December 2013? * If there wasn’t any strange stories I would lose interest fast, but none I can actively recall.   20. What piece of advice could you give to noob members? * Rome wasn’t built in a day, be patient and use good communication skills when addressing a potential problem or suggestion.   21. Any role models in the clan or people you look up to? * I’ve always looked up to RedBaird for his Service in the country and the experiences he’s faced. I also love RedAngel, Audrey, Neuro, Hecken, Phobia, DD, and AcidParadox. All of these members have made me feel welcome and included, while I enjoy all of their company. Oh and I GUESS Tipsy.    ❤️  

Neuro

Neuro

 

Travel History

So I'm thinking, since this is a diverse community filled with people from all over the world, I'd create another word barf of a blog revolving around travel.   The following are places that I have visited around this wonderful world. The reviews are purely from personal experience. In no particular order:
Sweden
This country is beautiful inside and out. And not everyone is blonde. There’s a country side and a city side. You can easily find the up-town feel in Stockholm. People dress it, talk it, walk it. The architecture is amazing with the cobble stones and yellow buildings. There are some awesome museums there and the boat ride is a must in the summer otherwise prepare to freeze in the winter. There are charming hotels located everywhere and things are walking distance, but transportation is fairly easy to navigate. The country side is beautiful. My favorite are the Falu Red style homes. Many Swedes tend to keep to themselves and their social circles most of the time. I notice this a lot in airports-you know it’s the right gate when no one is talking, but everyone is staring. The younger generations are more “outgoing”. Tourists are very much welcome in most parts of this Scandinavian country. Knowing the language can help when visiting smaller towns (obvi). The food is delicious, fresh, and healthy. There’s this fast food chain Sibylla that I drool for though. Sweden plays a big role in science and invention. You may have heard of the Nobel Prizes. Or dynamite and Ikea. There’s this thing called “fika”! It’s like a coffee hour, where you relax and chat over some pastries and coffee. Happens everyday. Prepare to get fat. I think they love the color white because most homes I’ve seen have white everything. Financially, you’ll want to save up a great deal if you plan on visiting here. Language wise, english is widely spoken so you are in luck. You can see the northern lights in the...northern parts. I want to visit northern Sweden sometime and attend a reindeer race.
Norway
Crossing the Swedish/Norway border...there was literally a bald border line-no trees nothing. Otherwise it all looks the same- green forests and beautiful people. Until you get to the coast. Fjords will blow your mind. A picture doesn’t suffice. I remember taking a car boat thingacross a body of water. Never done that before. There are cute tourist friendly towns throughout the way to bigger cities. If you like seafood, this is a wonderful place to be. Financially, you’ll want to save up more than what you did for Sweden.
Thailand
Depending on how you plan your visit, you can really get in a lot of culture in less than a month. We all know that flight tickets are the expensive part. Once you get here everything is affordable. I’m not a pro on how to travel here as a tourist because I went as part of a group where I paid an amount for the trip and the itinerary was scheduled. There is an airline that flies you around Southeast Asia for very cheap though and I forget the name. The rural villages I saw were life changing. Riding elephants near Chang Mai was amazing. The shopping here is fun and wallet friendly. (Atleast from $ to Thai Baht). You’ve most definitely heard about this country’s diverse selection of food. If not, you’re in for a piece of heaven when you visit. The CURRY. VEGGIES. MEAT. THE SPICES. The people here are friendly and always smiling. Thailand isn’t called “the land of smiles” for nothing. Bangkok is quite the specimen. Aside from the smell, there is some beauty to see like the temples. You’ll find temples all over Thailand! Buddhism is very much prevalent here and like they say, it’s not a religion, it’s a lifestyle. I’ve heard Phuket is a place to visit. Never been. Also heard it’s fairly dirty. Can’t forget about the islands! There are many. The one I went to had resorts all along the beach as well as restaurants and bars. You’ll be sure to get whatever you need outta your system visiting Thailand.
USA
I may be a little biased, but California is the best state around. You’ll notice that it’s pretty diverse all around. All you need to do is follow the US 101 and you’ll see all the good stuff. Unless you want to see Yosemite and other inland places. Check out the rich agriculture. San Diego has got a good vibe, LA has night life, and concerts. Santa Monica has an eventful pier. So does Santa Barbara which also has good shopping and farmers markets. San Luis Obispo has a cool college town. Obviously you have to see San Francisco, the city by the bay. Don’t forget to hit up the beaches as you visit. Venice, Santa Monica, Carpinteria, and Santa Barbara are some good ones. Good food is found everywhere. Coastal towns will have tasty seafood. Oh and when in SF, try the clam chowder about a quarter mile south of Pier 39, by the famous sign. I have yet to visit sea glass beach in northern Cali.
New York is also a big state. I spent 2 days in New York City and that was not enough. There is a lot to see there. Went to the Metropolitan Museum of Art and saw The Thinker and some of my man Van Gogh (Starry Night is at the other museum). Walked the Brooklyn Bridge. Went to the top floor of the Empire State Building. The transportation via subway is good as long as you’re paying attention. It was freezing and windy when I was there, but the sun was out so it wasn’t all that bad. Gotta visit the Statue of Liberty and Ground Zero memorial next time. The other part of NY I’ve seen is upstate. The Niagara Falls are a must see. Beware, make sure you have your passport so you can visit the Canadian side if you decide to drive there, it’s prettier. Otherwise you can walk without needing a passport.
I’ve spent some time in Seattle. Hip and busy city. There are some good outdoor things to do like a walk through a modern art gallery and shop the market. Don’t forget to visit the first Starbucks! I was there for a wedding and it rained LOL.
Oregon has two halves, the dry farm country, and the hipster west coast. There’s more I promise, I haven’t seen it all. The country side, atleast where I was, there are a lot of hardworking, pro-gun, farmers, and Republicans. Portland has got a mix, and I’m pretty sure there’s a majority of tree-huggers, and Democrats. It rains a lot here like Seattle so prepare for that. I went on a few outdoor runs and the air is fresh. There’s also this really awesome ice cream shop that has the random-est mix of flavors.     Colorado is a another state that is geographically split down the middle. There's the dry desert east and the ski-town, agricultural west. One of the highlights you may have heard of, CO was one of the first to legalize marijuana. There is some great skiing here. You may have heard of Aspen, Vail, and Breckenridge.   Utah is tbh a beautiful state providing some of the nation's best outdoor adventures. No offense to the Mormons, but they ruin it. They chose a perfect place to settle themselves long ago. They do keep the city clean and trimmed I'll have to admit. So just ignore them and their views when you visit here for world renowned snow. There are I think about 5 resorts within 45 mins of the airport. There's also national parks in the southern parts (Moab and Zion are big ones).
Can’t forget about Hawaii. Kauai is known as the Garden Island of the chain. It’s beautiful here. Again ABC stores are pretty pricey so save up folks. Jurassic Park was filmed here. Lots of beaches to snorkel and lounge at. Some are less touristy. The big island, Kona, has the volcanic parts and green parts. Take a helicopter ride around to see it all! Be sure to buy a good tourist book that will help you find your way around these islands.   ----------
Well folks, I’ve been to a few other places (Australia, London, Germany, Poland) but I was too young to remember all of the details. One day I’ll add photos of my travels to my gallery. Hope you enjoyed this! Let me know what you think. Where have you been?  

Neuro

Neuro

 

Reminder

You may not see many rants from me and I may not be the best writer despite english being my first language! Well Swedish kinda is too. I’m sure many of you have feelings regarding this so comment as you wish. Anywho, I just wanted to write something about a topic I hold dear to my heart, and that is selfishness.   I assume you all are familiar with the term. If not here’s a brief definition from dictionary.com: “devoted to or caring only for oneself; concerned primarily with one's own interests, benefits, welfare, etc.” See the thing is, many times it goes unnoticed. We often times get caught in the cycle of work, home, maybe a gym visit, hobby, home, eat, game, sleep, whatever. We go about our day to day lives not realizing that we are being selfish. This is completely normal for every human. If we weren’t selfish we would be dead by now, extinct! This is the first rule for many EMS providers- Is the scene safe? Before caring for another individual they check if the scene is safe. They wait until it is. Then they move in and respond. Does this happen to you often in your daily lives? Is this how you respond to a stranger before conversing/reacting? What if you didn’t worry if the scene was safe; just make a move? Anyway now I’ve gotten off topic. Maybe I’m losing myself here. Maybe you can get some ideas from this. That it’s not selfish of you to do what you need to do, to save yourself from further harm, even if that means you have to avoid and leave some people. That it’s ok to be selfish. But maybe we're missing out on something greater.   I want to confess that I’ve been selfish. I’m going to avoid personal life and just focus on life online with FA. I was looking for an outlet, perhaps a separate world, from real world things. And thanks to the internet you can be in some way social. You can chat, voice chat, observe the virtual physical character of others, and last but not least get promoted. I fell back into the hands of ET after some years away and found FA. Recently I was accepted into the clan. This was due to work done not only but myself as well as many members that noticed me, encouraged me, and helped me. I couldn’t be more grateful. Perhaps things moved too fast! But I guess I deserved it. Nevertheless, I was joining, recruiting, and socializing out of my own selfishness. I wanted to be accepted. And there’s some excitement to getting accepted somewhere based of everything but looks. Now I’ve confused myself a little. Been drinking some wine. Surprised if you’ve lasted this far.   I haven’t been around FA long enough to truly grasp what is going on with who and where. All I can say is that it mimics the real world pretty well. You know why, because there are real people behind these users. People get sick, have accidents, vent their issues, ask for help, get mad, get crushes, make friendships. It really sucks to see people pulling some major troll business. Ultimate selfishness. You see, I don’t have any issues with people being selfish, but I do when their actions start affecting others. What about lack of action? Same thing there though because some major issues can occur if someone decides to back down and not stand up for what’s right. I’m glad to have joined a clan with similar tolerance levels. There seems to be a lot of good morals in the roots of this FAmily tree. There are a lot of unselfish people looking out for one another. And this is what keeps a community thriving.   We all have our selfish and unselfish moments. Notice them, work on them! Look out for your own safety. You are priceless! Help someone everyday. I’m still growing up. I have a lot to work on. I’m asking you to remember that there are lives behind each of us here. So please remember one another if you can, if you want to be a productive member of this community. Remember your recruits and recruiters. Reach out and keep contact with one another! I get it that sometimes we may think, “Keep up or get lost.”, but also keep in mind that we shouldn’t let one another fall behind or get unnoticed when there’s effort.   Well there’s my first blog. Hope it made sense and that you enjoyed some piece of it.
Neuro OUT.   "I like nonsense; it wakes up the brain cells." - Dr. Seuss

Neuro

Neuro

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