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Professor H. Q. Crompschnobble


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52 years old
Waterloo, Ontario
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I am a professor of Natural Philosophy so I am very interested in the science behind JulesVerne.

I am a full time maker of steampunk clocks, lamps and other devices. My imagination is very Victorian and creative so have a look at my work.

I also repair olde scientific instruments and microscopes for collectors world wide. 

Love to explore olde buildings, ruins and haunted houses, graveyards and Victorian situations. Let me know of your next outing.

 

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9 Comments

Reply CarrHunger
3:47 PM on February 13, 2014 
I have to say it? I simply love your name.
Reply Professor Gustave Morbeus
8:48 AM on October 21, 2013 
Wonderful inventions esteemed colleague. Keep up the good work, naturally.
Reply Lady Fix It
11:38 AM on November 5, 2011 
Thank you for adding me as a friend, I graciously accept.
Reply Dr. Consonant
10:58 AM on September 14, 2011 
If I hadn't fallen in love with my museum curator (Lucius Forsythe the First) I believe I would set my sites upon you...
Reply Baron von Messerschmitt
4:52 PM on July 11, 2011 
Jolly good,Professor.I am quite intimidated by your own work as this is my first.How do you manage to actually get the things to work?
Reply Theresa Breaux
12:36 PM on June 22, 2011 
Good Day, Professor!
Reply Professor H. Q. Crompschnobble
3:26 PM on June 15, 2011 
what is understood doesnt need to be discussed
what is misunderstood needs to be clarified
what cannot be understood is best left forgotten
Reply Edain Duguay
10:42 AM on December 30, 2010 
Welcome to Steampunk Canada! :)
Reply Lee A. Farruga
12:14 PM on December 29, 2010 
Welcome Sir! Lovely to have you with us.