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Osirez
I'm a gamer and Linux user who promotes and shares information on said things.  Due to medical reasons I know longer work in IT and have decided to spend my time helping people learn and adapt to Linux through gaming.

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I am unemployed due to Narcolepsy and was the main source of income for my family. My wife now takes on that role.  With the situation being what it is I've decided to help others get into PC's, gaming, and general usage via Linux with what I've learned over the years.

The pledges and donations that I receive will be directly contributed towards what I do as it helps very much with the simple things such as monthly internet costs, time developing videos, and personally helping people with PC and Linux related problems.  I don't aim to prosper off of this as I've been helping others for years and happy in doing so.  But like for most people times have changed and it has become harder to fund this endeavour directly out of my personal income.

The rewards and goals will be updated as new ideas and channel growth occur.  And really I don't know what to put at the moment. :D

Linux
I don't care what operating system you use on your computer.  Myself and the Linux Tech and Gaming community as a whole consists of various people who use various operating systems, yet we all play games together.  I have many years of professional experience in using Windows based computers also.  And to be honest I help more Windows users then I do Linux users.  My goal is not to religiously convert you to Linux but to inform you about what it is and how it can benefit you.  

Thoughts

First and foremost, you are not obligated nor am I telling you that you should support my endeavours.  What I am saying though is if you appreciate my work enough to contribute your hard earned money then I really appreciate it.  Even if you can't contribute directly with money, simply following me on Twitter, subscribing on YouTube, and hanging out while we play games helps me out a ton.
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YouTube and Google have completely screwed the pooch when it comes to setting up your URL to reflect your brand.  For whatever reason under the moon I cannot get Osirez on YouTube even though absolutely no one else owns it.  To make things worst, my channel isn't even searchable under YouTube Gaming.  

Thanks to a friend in the Linux Tech and Gaming community, I've come up with the idea to simply secure my own domain name.  This solves my URL issues and gives me a short and sweet way to point people to where I want them to go.  Not an innovative idea but one that works without me having to start a new channel or resort to scorcery.
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Osirez
I'm a gamer and Linux user who promotes and shares information on said things.  Due to medical reasons I know longer work in IT and have decided to spend my time helping people learn and adapt to Linux through gaming.

Pledges
I am unemployed due to Narcolepsy and was the main source of income for my family. My wife now takes on that role.  With the situation being what it is I've decided to help others get into PC's, gaming, and general usage via Linux with what I've learned over the years.

The pledges and donations that I receive will be directly contributed towards what I do as it helps very much with the simple things such as monthly internet costs, time developing videos, and personally helping people with PC and Linux related problems.  I don't aim to prosper off of this as I've been helping others for years and happy in doing so.  But like for most people times have changed and it has become harder to fund this endeavour directly out of my personal income.

The rewards and goals will be updated as new ideas and channel growth occur.  And really I don't know what to put at the moment. :D

Linux
I don't care what operating system you use on your computer.  Myself and the Linux Tech and Gaming community as a whole consists of various people who use various operating systems, yet we all play games together.  I have many years of professional experience in using Windows based computers also.  And to be honest I help more Windows users then I do Linux users.  My goal is not to religiously convert you to Linux but to inform you about what it is and how it can benefit you.  

Thoughts

First and foremost, you are not obligated nor am I telling you that you should support my endeavours.  What I am saying though is if you appreciate my work enough to contribute your hard earned money then I really appreciate it.  Even if you can't contribute directly with money, simply following me on Twitter, subscribing on YouTube, and hanging out while we play games helps me out a ton.

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