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Ken
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Jun 22, 1952 (Age: 69)
Occupation:
Electronic Design Engineer

Ken

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    1. Crossbreed
      Crossbreed
      Looking at your avatar, do you have a background in schematic drafting?
      1. Ken
        Ken
        Yes. My life career is electronic design engineering, which includes lots of schematic drafting.
        My avatar is my company logo: Electric Perfection. www.electricperfection.com
        Sep 19, 2021 at 11:25 AM
        Crossbreed likes this.
    2. Mary Terry
      Mary Terry
      You're awesome! I always like to read your comments.
    3. Streetwise
      Streetwise
      thanks for the follow
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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Jun 22, 1952 (Age: 69)
    Occupation:
    Electronic Design Engineer
    Diagnosis Status:
    Aspergers Syndrome - Self Diagnosed
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    Nothing in life is more inhibiting, failing or debilitating than the belief; “I Can’t.”
    Nothing in life is more freeing, enabling or successful than the belief; “I Can.”

    Those who say it cannot be done should not interrupt the one who is doing it.
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