Permit me to introduce myself. My name is Chuck Pastori and, as the late comedian Jack Benny used to quip, I'm "39 years old." I live in Colorado Springs, Colorado and earn my living as a Software Systems Engineer.

I came across this website purely by accident and for the past several weeks I have been very impressed by the diversity of interests and opinion expressed by the AoM membership. I hope to post and contribute my own thoughts and ideas soon. Thanks for allowing me as a member!

 

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Hi! Cool shades dude.

Thanks for the shout out. Glad to meet you Jonas!

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