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Andrew Hunter
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Real men worry about the Year 2554 problem.
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But it's fairly easily solved--the kernel could easily upgraded to unsigned ktime.

In 2554 we're really in trouble.
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I CAN JUST FUCKING PAINT OVER MY BEDROOM WINDOWS!

How have I not thought of this one!!?!?! I've spent months trying to brainstorm a more effective/permanent-in-terms-of-damage-but-still-lets-me-open-the-windows/non ugly way to black out my bedroom.  (The first method that came to mind: fit aluminum panels with rubber sealing to the inside of the window frame, held in place by clips.  Talk about cumbersome.  Next idea: remove the glass panel from the windowitself and replace with an equivalent metal sheet. Elegant, but all my windows are double glazed and I'd ruin the insulation effect if I replaced with a single sheet of metal.)

Now that I think about it, why the hell not just paint them--a good thick coat of paint on the glass will perfectly keep out light without modifying much of anything, no? Any problems here?

(Please tell me there are paints that will hold to glass and be opaque. Like, really, really opaque, since I'll obviously want white paint to minimize heat capture. Though I guess I could paint them white first, then a layer of black on top of that?)
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+Andy Dillon don't leave me in suspense :(
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Oops.
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+Phil Miller the pressure cooker was mostly depressurized.  So I wrenched off the lid with main force, hungry to taste my creation.

Mostly was not good enough.

Great chili though!
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I am having trouble not hitting "Buy it Now" for a $300 3L centrifuge listed as untested and "sold as is" on eBay.  Someone please talk me off a ledge.
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Cocktails.
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https://medium.com/war-is-boring/america-readies-its-new-smart-nuke-731f72f43be2

Question: given the cost of the physics package, why is it worth saving money by mounting a nuke in a gravity bomb instead of a cruise missle or similar? Which presumably would be more accurate and longer ranged, and not require getting a manned platform to the target.
U.S. Air Force to drop an inert precision-guided B61 bomb this year
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Possibly related to arms reduction treaties - only the first warhead on a bomber 'counts' IIRC, while every missile stands on its own.
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And yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil. For I am the baddest non equity baritone in the valley.
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Turf war!!!!
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I find myself in the somewhat unique situation where one bank sold another bank the rights to my mortgage...and neither wants to receive my mortgage payment.
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Fortunately, the prospective late payment that results from this doesn't really matter, because you already have loans for the thing(s) that most require good credit -house and car. Any fees might sting (and can be argued) but they can't cost you thousands of dollars for years to come
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You would rock those like no other.

Also, +Kathleen Flippen​; +Lindsey Clements​. :)
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I haven't even begun to read this article, but the title is definitely enough to get my attention.
By gently squeezing maladjusted foals, veterinary researcher John Madigan recreates the experience of traveling through the birth…
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Live long and prosper.
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If only we could agree on some sort of rules everyone followed that would prevent stuff like this.
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The Harvard Book Store keeps the Kerouac books behind the counter because they kept getting stolen...
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Primping for generals.
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Engineer
Employment
  • Google
    2009 - present
  • Aerospace
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Seattle, WA
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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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