Profile: Raptor

Personal background
I'm a sci-fi nut, gamer and an avid reader. I'm 29 and a proud Canadian! Love my beautiful wife Nicole *muah*! Also, since I'm editing a lil bit, lots of love is had for my son, lil James. Here's hoping he follows daddy's footsteps..somewhat :P I love watching Star Trek, Star Wars, X-men, Underworld..oh crap..too many to mention. Love to write little stories and the odd bit of poetry. Watch tv shows like Family Guy, CSI and a couple others. Oh can't forget my playing games on it and chatting to friends near and far...and playing a variety of games like Starcraft, World of Warcraft, Star Trek, Star Wars..and Aliens vs Predator 2! Go Aliens!!!

I also love jets and submarines. Dunno why...just do. Favorite plane is the F-14 Tomcat. Also play on my PS2 with my Ace Combat games, Star Wars Battlefront and others. Ya I'm a geek...oh well. I cannot forget my main gaming system, my Xbox 360 Halo 3 edition *sighs* Getting old but still making me proud! Huge fan of Halo as well! WOOT!!! One of the BEST GAMES EVER!! Master Chief rocks! SO ya there's my two cents on me...or closer to a dime. Whatever...anyway..hello fellow SETI runners!
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
I run SETI because well..there has to be other life out there. No way are we the only ones...have to seek out new life forms and civilizations (if it turns out like ID4 can't blame us). I think we need more organzations like SETI and more instruments(satellites and whatnot) and we can help sort through the data. Besides...its nice to run SETI and other projects when i'm not using all my processor power..nothing goes to waste. Help some organizations out while we're at it. I still remember the Classic SETI@home...that was wicked cool!
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