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About Kevin Sonney

Kevin Sonney - who, contrary to popular opinion was NOT raised by wolves - grew up in central North Carolina. He fell into the technology field by accident in 1991, when he gave up the wild and crazy lifestyle of an on-air AM radio DJ to become a mundane technical support monkey. The technology industry has never really recovered from this. Kevin has worked for such names as IBM, Red Hat, webslingerZ, and Lulu Technologies (we won't mention the ones that didn't survive the experience). He currently works as a Linux Administrator for Apptio. In his spare time he rescues stray animals and plays video games with his two sons. His wife, we're sad to say, helps him get past the really hard bits. Kevin is still not very mundane, he just got better at hiding it.
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  1. wander says:

    80’s movies rule. I’ve always loved Booger. He da man!

    “I’ve got a trig midterm tomorrow and I’m being chased by Guido the Killer Pimp!”


  2. alchemist says:

    The surreal part was watching the alst two seasons of “Eek! the Cat” when he voiced one of the caveman charaters….

  3. wander says:

    I guess i’m just going to have to get into animation like the rest of you.


  4. alchemist says:

    There is a great wealth of wisdom in Bugs Bunny, if you care to look.

    Compared to Bugs, Eeek! was drivel. Pure, mind numbing drivel, in a kid’s time slot, with jokes only the parents will get. In other words, fun. If you can *FIND* it on tape, tell me where! *grin*

  5. wander says:

    I’ll look around. I love animation from when I was a kid. When all the newer animation came out, I was going through a period in my life when I didn’t have access to TV or movies or computers so I just never got into it like some people do. Same with MUDs and online gaming. In high school we had people who played D and D. When I was in college, computers were to slow to imagine using them to do anything but desktop publishing. No way were they good enough for role playing games. When the whole Internet boom came along, I was again at a point where I didn’t have access so I didn’t get into all that until about 95. Now I hear people talk about all the different kins of animation out there and it sounds like a foreign language to me. I like some of the things I’ve seen but I don’t have enough of a basis for it to know what’s good or bad.

    I love Bugs too. I could spend hours watching the old shows.


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