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Sandy's Take on Things

Sandy Syx is a husband, father, Doozer and fun lover. My take on things is simply that - not universal law or truth, it's just the way I see things. I like healthy debate and can be swayed by facts and enlightment to alternate perspectives, but my take is my take, and it's grounded in my philosophical underpinnings. That means, that while I can be swayed, it isn't easy to do. Your comments are welcome.

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Sandy Syx

Sandy Syx

Quick chronological bio: Panther, Gopher, Blazer, Husband, Father, Doozer.
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