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Congrats to Phil and Lissa, who sold their house earlier this week! (thanks to Anne Walker for the info) Today's site is Ookla The Mok (non-) Official Fan Club Page. VERY cool-looking site! I am truly impressed. Sound clips, photos (some obtained with permission from our site :)), Rand blatherings, lyric archive. Maintained by Ed Wright and Scott Edersheim. When asked to divulge some info about himself, Ed volunteered the following:

I was born 1/24/72 in Newark, Ohio and was raised in the miniscule community of St. Louisville, Ohio, both of which reside in the central portion of the state in Licking County about an hour or so mostly east and a bit north of Columbus. I went to Utica High School from which I graduated in 1990 and enrolled in a ridiculously small baptist college in southeastern Kentucky called Cumberland College. I transferred after my freshman year and spent the next four at the Ohio State University from which I graduated in Spring 1995 with a B.A. in English. Currently I reside in Columbus, Ohio where I work for a logistics management company called Rail Van, Inc. which specializes in third party transportation logistics and management. I am the Administrative Coordinator for the Highway division. As such I perform as the liason between operations and I.S. (systems), and the liason between operations and accounting. I am also a database analyst, and design software used by operations on our AS/400 mainframe. I aspire to one day soon become a full time writer and get paid for it and am collaborating with Scott (the other maintainer of the OTM page) on a fantasy novel that will hopefully, if published, bring some originality to a genre fraught with imitations. In my valued spare time I help maintain the OTM page, listen to music, play on the internet, and watch football (Go Bucks!)

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