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Turner England
Personal information
Location: Fort Wayne, Indiana
Birthday: Private
Homepage: http://www.turnerengland.com
E-mail: tengland@fedoraproject.org


Fedora-specific information
FAS name: tengland
Fedora e-mail: tengland@fedoraproject.org
Fedora homepage: tengland.fedorapeople.org
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About Me

Just a collection of re-animated bees posing as a human, fueled by sarcasm and pizza.

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