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The Reynolds' Family Homepage


www.arizonansagainstcommoncore.com has been retired. Its archived content can be reach via this link

We are Members of The John Birch Society

www.jbs.org
"Less government, more responsibility- and with God's help- a better world!


Who are we?
I am an Electrical Engineer and I work at Intel Corporation as a Design Engineer focusing on physical design engineering, or structural design. In engineering terms I'm a "polygon pusher." My first part, the Intel Atom Z2460 processor was launched a few years ago along with its brother the dual-core Atom Z2760 Clovertrail processor. Most recently I have been working on the upcoming processor for the Merrifield platform utilizing the PowerVR Series 6 graphics core. Unfortunately Intel bailed out of the mobile market. Since then I have been working on high speed DDR PHY interfaces.

In 2001, my family and I went on our first sabbatical from Intel (8 weeks of paid leave). In 2010, we took our second sabbatical and visited the East Coast states. It was wonderful to be on the same sites our Founding Father's sweat blood and tears to write our beloved Declaration of Independence and The Unites States Constitution. It was absolutely wonderful and gives me a goal to shoot for when I retire-- having enough $$$ to do what you want, when you want-- including doing nothing! I day-dream at work about what I'll do on the 4th sabbatical-- which will be in 2023! Yea!

My wife Jennifer used to work for Intel as an Environmental Engineer at Fab 7, 9 and 11 and then Fab 12 in the Site Materials and Services (SMS) Department. {She worked in the Ultra-pure Water (UPW) Plant and in the Waste Water Treatment Plant}. She has since quit work in order to stay home as a full-time mom with our four children. She keeps busy now as a teacher, taxi driver, snack provider, nurse, and is active in educating our Arizona legislature and Congressmen on "The Proper Role of Government" especially over education. She is the founder of Arizonans Against Common Core.

Check out our family picture archive. All new stuff for 2017!


Preparedness Group!

Jennifer created the  "Preparedness" Group in 2008! We look around in our community today and see many of our friends and neighbors who are struggling due to loss of employment, homes in foreclosure and personal debt. We listen to the news and hear of more bankrupt companies and bailouts. What is a person to do in these troubled times? I'm often referred to as "Chicken Little" among my friends and associates. So from his wisdom I would like to share this with you: "One day, while Chicken Little was walking in the woods, an acorn fell and hit him on his head. 'Goodness gracious me!' said Chicken Little, 'The sky is falling, the sky is falling. I must go warn everyone.'" My goal in starting up this Preparedness group is to "warn others" and to help people prepare for harder times by becoming more "self-reliant."  So the logo for the "Preparedness" Group has "The Prophets" on Chicken Little's right side guiding him along the way and "Food Storage" on his left side which is what our prophets have counseled us to store.

To view more on what the "Preparedness" Group has to offer go to this link.

 


Arizona Sound Money

Jennifer has helped administer the "AZ Sound Money" website as well. In 1971, the United States officially broke the last remaining link between the dollar and gold. Since then the dollar has existed as a fully fiat currency whose supply has been expanded at a continually increasing rate. Why should this be of concern to the average person? Because honest money and freedom are fundamentally related. Learn more about "Sound Money" and returning back to a gold and silver standard at the Arizona Sound Money website.

 

What now?

* How to make Brother Linux CUPS/lpd drivers work under FreeBSD
* Edwin H. and I collaborated on imageindex. We find it quite useful for organizing and captioning pictures, maybe you will too!
* We also collaborated on (mostly him) on a nice back solution called flexbackup.
* Sick of Microsoft Windoze? Linux not your bag? Try FreeBSD.
* Visit my friend Edwin's page.


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