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Andreas Steude
Works at North Carolina Administrative Office Of the Courts
Attended Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Lives in Cary, NC
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This is the sort of fun that can be had for FREE at a Habitat for Humanity DeConstruction! Whoohoo! This particular DeCon was near the NC State Campus in Raleigh, NC.
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Dear Santa, ...
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Is the future of motorcycling ELECTRIC? Zero wants to think so.

2012 Zero Motorcycle Model Guide: http://www.totalmotorcycle.com/motorcycles/2012models/2012-zero.htm

Electric motorcycles have been around now for many years but have really only started to become semi-serious contenders a few years ago. Today, that all changed with the new 2012 Zero Electric motorcycle model line up. Now with a 88mph top speed, 114 mile range, 300,000 mile battery life and 75% faster charging! See the new 2012 Zero S, DS, XU, MX and X. If the future is to be electric, at least it's bright.
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Has anyone noticed that Google Chrome doesn't show Facebook under Most Visited anymore?
So much for "Don't be evil."

Bad Google. BAD! BAD!
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Why in the world would a bag of socks need a resealable closure??
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In case of emergency? :-)
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Inhabitots found my spiral drawing toy! Cool.
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I just signed Google's petition opposing SOPA and PIPA. I oppose government censorship of any kind!
Millions of Americans oppose SOPA and PIPA because these bills would censor the Internet and slow economic growth in the U.S.. Two bills before Congress, known as the Protect IP Act (PIPA) in the Sena...
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I'm starting a Google+ page for my toy business, Rocking Frog!
Wooden toys to delight the child and the adult in you
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Everyone says that G+ is dominated by geeks and nerds. Well, let's see exactly how much. If I don't get any responses that means either G+ is so geeky that my question doesn't even register or it's not geeky at all and nobody knows what the heck I'm talking about. Here's my question:
Can anyone point me to a good beginners guide to GIT? I don't want to use it for programming. I just need to start versioning a few folders on my PC. No, it's not running Linux. It's running Win7. Or maybe there's a better tool for my purposes?
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Nein.
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For those of you who don't know, I have a little side business building eco-friendly wooden toys. They caught the eye of Eddie Bauer buyers and they will be selling the little guys in the picture in their fall catalog. Consequently I now have a whole parade of rocking black labs lined up for inspection in my basement. It's actually a little surreal when you first open the door. :-)
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Good question (even though you really limited your audience by being all German about it.) For English speakers, he's asking how we get the toys to Germany. "Bastards" is "toys" in German. True story.
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  • Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
    Mechanical Engineering, 1993
  • Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
    Aerospace Engineering, 1989
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Andy, Swede
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Working for justice by day... building cool toys by night.
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  • North Carolina Administrative Office Of the Courts
    System Analyst, 11 - present
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Cary, NC
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Cary, NC - Mount Lebanon, PA - Durham, NC - Blacksburg, VA - Ann Arbor, MI - Dearborn, MI - Smithfield, VA - Bronx, NY - Leverkusen, Germany - Aachen, Germany
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Hotel staff was incredibly helpful and flexible. They went out of their way to help make our volleyball team's stay memorable and enjoyable! The indoor pool and hot tub was definitely a treat for the kids too.
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TOA did my arthroscopic knee surgery to fix a torn meniscus. I will be going back to get my other knee done too. Dr Solic took his time with me and answered all my questions. The pre-op, operating room care and physical therapy was outstanding. Very friendly, competent and effective. My only gripe -- and it's a major one -- is that TOA sold my wife a bunch of gadgets we didn't need while I was recovering from surgery. They are somehow in bed with a company called DJO which sells new agey bullshit medical equipment. Luckily the TENS unit they gave us was easily returnable. Their best pitch for this unit was that my insurance covers it! No wonder medical costs are as outrageous as they are! When I asked the TOA billing person about also returning the ice machine (which is really just a glorified electric ice pack which circulates water cooled by ice cubes through a velcroed sleeve) I was told that I was stuck with it. I didn't get the bill from DJO until a month later when, predictably, my insurance refused to partake in the cost of this nonsense. It was $250!! For an ice pack! When I called DJO, I was told that I had 14 days to return it and missed my chance. So, lesson learned. I will not humor TOA when they tell me I need this or that gadget.
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Very fast and they do motorcycle inspections which is pretty hard to find for some reason.
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