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Here is my second autobiography called

My two Awakenings

I was a Boy Scout and I remember the pursuit of one particular merit badge really
excited me; it was the Computers Merit Badge. Ever since then I've been
fascinated by computers and calculators. In my Junior year in high school I bought
a TI-58 and matching printer from money I earned from my Laundromat job. I was
pretty heavily involved in chess at that time and soon found a way to make my
calculator emulate playing chess by making random legal moves. I later wro
te a better
program, which had a few openings memorized, for computers. I also found that I could actually make a
little money by selling biorhythms computed by my calculator.

[In the above I would like to talk about my life
from 1983 to 1994.

I would also like to talk about how my  
thought disorder helped me do more research
than I would have otherwise.    
Here is a link to  my first autobiography.

Captivity’s Captor: Now is the Time for the
Chorus of Conversion

Dear Reader, journey through the most exciting educational
experience of my life. Please be patient and understanding as
you accompany me, because you may not understand why I
had my particular priorities or why I made some decisions. My
story begins back in 1994, and it is from that time-perspective
that you may accompany me. Welcome to my cave. It is a
damp, dark, and dreary fourth floor apartment where the dim
light of an old television set continuously petitions my
undivided interest. Yes, it, my dearest confidant is always
there to greet me after work. The only thing as steadfastly
present as the TV is total exhaustion from another ten-hour
day of siding houses. Consequently, incapable of resisting its
hypnotic power, I collapse into my recliner. The age-softened,
albeit somewhat torn leather sensuously swaths my aching
shoulders, once-broken back, and bruised neck. Hence, I
assume a nearly horizontal position, leveraging my feet to just
the optimum height for both snoozing and watching. My mind
assures my heart; my job is through for this twenty-four hour

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