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Andrew Hunter
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Attended University of Washington
Lives in Seattle, WA
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As more and more of our time and lives move into the digital world, the online landscape is becoming so vast, we have begun leaving some things behind.
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One of the things I always felt WoW had going for it was just the size and scale of content it had to work with. You could play that game for a couple of years and never do the same thing twice.
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Spotted while walking home: a BMW, parked in front of a hydrant, which had been booted.

I get that you want to punish the guy, but counterproductive much?

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+Andy Dillon I don't know about you, but I don't take any chances. I ALWAYS park my hydrant in clearly marked zones.
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"Do I HAVE to put my costume on? Couldn't I just do the show in my street clothes?"

"Yeah, the audience would probably believe that's a costume."

Thanks guys.
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I've been approached at cons (in my street clothes) and asked what character I was.
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Per_stirpes

How you can tell what I do for a living: "Per capita at each generation is a terrible idea! That incentivizes having as many children as possible so your kids monopolize their generation's share!"
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Huh. I wonder how I missed it.
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I don't even know.
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+Cory Schmunsler I actually steal (rescue?) a hooker in this show.
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As someone's who has never been to either, which is the more pleasant Asian capitalist authoritarian microstate to live in, Singapore or Hong Kong?
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...what the hell makes him think "the elite" handle their guns and alcohol better than anybody else? I am unaware of any statistics making such a point (in fact, I think alcoholism goes the other way?).

Not to mention he's leaving out the relative rates of harm -- alcohol might do more absolute damage but it's way lower per person-hour than gun usage is.

/me is not very strong on gun control.
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Checkov's logistics: if you pull a dagger out of your belt in one scene, you have to carry the fscking thing around the whole show.
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Stash it in the wings?
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"Return to sender/address unknown/no such person/no such zone"

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http://krugman.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/04/10/apple-and-the-self-surveillance-state/

FWIW, yes, I do want the vision of the future he suggests. At least the part about no lines (I don't care if my "watch" gets me this, and I in fact hope it's not a key part of the design.)
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This is what it looks like when you buy the wrong foundation shade.
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Three underpriced [1] foods:

- mascarpone
- gochujang
- mop/smoked pepper sauces

Three overpriced foods:

...huh, I'm sure there are some, but none are coming to mind.  What are things that are way overvalued?

[1] In an abstract economic sense of "things that should have more demand/are underrated", not dollars.
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Actually, I'm with Marty here. Bacon is lovely, but not worth the world spanning obsession.
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Work
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Engineer
Employment
  • Google
    2009 - present
  • Aerospace
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Seattle, WA
Previously
San Francisco, CA - Florence, MA - Claremont, CA - Bristol, England - San Francisco, CA - Mountain View, CA - Florence, MA
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It seemed like a good idea at the time.
Introduction
wannabe mathematician, reluctant software engineer, enthusiastic hunter-gatherer, young enough to know worse.
Education
  • University of Washington
    2009 - 2011
  • Harvey Mudd College
    2005 - 2009
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Slowest Chipotle I have ever seen.
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Great selection of meats, like twenty choices for sides. Friendly service. Four sauces, all good, all different. Sides of excellent quality (if perhaps overpriced.)
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