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Dave M
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My name is Dave. I’m a 64 year old secondary teacher working towards retirement. I’ve always been fascinated by sign language without ever doing anything about it. When I retire, I might be able to make myself useful as a sign interpreter in some way to make sure retirement doesn’t bring boredom. 

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