Since he could read, Lynn has enjoyed spending his life reasoning with Aristotle and Plato, traveling the Western frontier with Louis L'Amour, and surviving the French assault at Agincourt with Henry V and William Shakespeare. He has piloted 100 ton war machines across far flung planets, held King Arthur's hand as he passed on, danced among the stars in the fastest ship in the galaxy, and by turns has both slain and befriended dragons.

When not chasing shiny objects, he records his musings on his life's travels at http://lynnsense.com.

About Lynn

Since he could read, Lynn has enjoyed spending his life reasoning with Aristotle and Plato, traveling the Western frontier with Louis L'Amour, and surviving the French assault at Agincourt with Henry V and William Shakespeare. He has piloted 100 ton war machines across far flung planets, held King Arthur's hand as he passed on, danced among the stars in the fastest ship in the galaxy, and by turns has both slain and befriended dragons.

When not chasing shiny objects, he records his musings on his life's travels at http://lynnsense.com.

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