My college career focused on the subtle science and precise art of computer programming. As much as I enjoyed the field, I soon tired of merely instructing rectangular grids of tiny lights to turn on and off to show ever-changing images of "buttons" and "icons".
While desperately seeking gainful and fulfilling employment, I stumbled into a shop where I discovered the exciting field of CNC machining. I found I could use my years of training in computer science in wonderful ways I never thought possible. Now I spend my days equipping giant robots with razor-sharp weapons and instructing them to cut through slabs of metal in interesting patterns. When the uprising occurs, I'll probably be among the first to die.
In my spare time I study volumes of history about worlds that never existed and watch television shows about realms that will never be. Occasionally, inspiration strikes and I create art and stories based on these or my own imagined worlds.
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