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Fav ship:   Stealth tank ( big suprise ), tuskie and grendie

Hates:   BDog Grizzly ( gettin' stabbed ), Rocket Tanx, The Finnish army :P

Likes:   Fighting with computers ( they never work ), fishing, cycling, S-F books and swedish blondes.

Weapons:   No rave please!

Nationality:   Pure finish slow-witted punk

Location:    Jyväskylä (you have no IDEA how to pronounce it!) (Central Finland). Jyväskylä is the capital of Keski-Suomen lääni (province), south-central Finland. It lies at the north end of Lake Päijänne, southwest of Kuopio. The town, chartered in 1837, has three historic educational institutions: the first Finnish teachers' training college (founded 1863; replaced in 1934 by a pedagogical institute [designed by the architect Alvar Aalto] that in 1966 became a university); the Lyceum, the first Finnish-language secondary school (opened 1858); and the first Finnish girls' school (started 1864). The town is the site of the Aalto Museum, and the Museum of Central Finland is in another building designed by Aalto. Jyväskylä is a rail junction; local industry includes paper and plywood mills, metallurgical and wool-dyeing works, foodstuffs and pharmaceutical factories, and a national munitions-production centre. The airport is about 12 miles (19 km) north at Tikkakoski. Pop. (1991 est.) mun., 66,361.