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In real life: David A. Cobb.  Semi-retired software engineer -- meaning I'll take work when I can but nothing seems to last.
 
In real life: David A. Cobb.  Semi-retired software engineer -- meaning I'll take work when I can but nothing seems to last.
 
A convert to Holy Orthodoxy in 1989, after learning from the "Millennium of the Baptism of Rus" that the Church I so often saw cited as a sort of ideal and standard was also a living body, rather than an historical artifact.
 
A convert to Holy Orthodoxy in 1989, after learning from the "Millennium of the Baptism of Rus" that the Church I so often saw cited as a sort of ideal and standard was also a living body, rather than an historical artifact.
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In real life: David A. Cobb. Semi-retired software engineer -- meaning I'll take work when I can but nothing seems to last. A convert to Holy Orthodoxy in 1989, after learning from the "Millennium of the Baptism of Rus" that the Church I so often saw cited as a sort of ideal and standard was also a living body, rather than an historical artifact.

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