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Contributed by dhartmei on from the meet-the-family dept.

JACOB DE RAADT (yes, Theo is human, he has a dad) writes:

    Just to let all readers know that my wife Lydia and I are very proud of Theo and his accomplishments, particularly the award of last week.

    And by the way, the Sidney Herald newspaper likely quoted Theo wrong recently - that I was a highway engineer; I still am.

Editor's note: I vouch that Theo himself confirmed the authenticity of this message. We're very happy to hear from you, Mr. de Raadt, and we're proud of Theo as well. dhartmei@

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  1. By johannes ( on

    In my opinion it is always nice to hear that even "heroes" have families, have something beneath their main field of play. That they are just people with parents as well.
    Congrats to Theo (again) and a "yes, be proud of him" to his parents!

  2. By Wim ( on

    Nice to see that providing quality infrastructure to the public runs in the family ;-)

    1. By Anonymous Coward ( on

      Well then, that sure shows that he doesn't live in Montreal, Quebec. Driving here feels like driving on the moon!

    2. By Anonymous Coward ( on

      Die 't Ambaght wel verstaet Waar hy van leven moet, Ende dat niet wel alleen Maer wel en geerne doet, Beleeft het grootst gheluck Dat yemant kan begheeren. Constantijn Huygens (1596-1687)

  3. By Eponymous Coward ( on

    aw, you don't like what theo has to say? so what are you doing hanging out on this website? begone, jealous troll.

  4. By Anonymous Coward ( on

    damn. crash of beliefs. always thought theo is just a hologram...

  5. By Sean Brown ( on

    Oh grow up. If you say something stupid in a public forum, you better be prepared for someone to point it out to you.

  6. By jona/BSD ( none on none

    Mr. de Raadt good fork();

  7. By Anonymous Coward ( on

    So do we get to see embarrasing baby photos now? ; )

  8. By Matt ( on

    Theo rocks, with or without an award.


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