Do you consider yourself a hands on kind of person, or an administrator kind of person?
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both, I love computers and getting out there and working. I think its healthy as well to have balance, hands on has its benefits to help socially and admin has its strengths as well socially now when I say socially I mean personal character building, admin people and hands on people tend to think differently so I think a bit of both would go a long way
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