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Benjamin “Feral” Selinger
Attended Perceptive existence.
Lived in Edmonton, AB
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I'm too lazy. I'll just let the Cloud do everything for me.

Very mellow afternoon of wheeling on Sylvester (East Stave Lake).
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There might be more than two sides to it. Or I could be dreaming.
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At one point in it's life, my jeep had nice paint for about 3 minutes.
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Those jerks at 127.0.0.1 !!

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We recently wrote about a German film distributor that went on a DMCA takedown blitz and managed to send notices for sites that had nothing to do with infringing files (such as IMDB and, er, Techdirt). In a somewhat related story, we learn that...
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Top researchers gather to learn how Vancouver’s safe injection site has made B.C. a medical world-beater—and a political pariah
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New windshield! For the first time in my relationship with this jeep, I can see!

Also, I dropped the jeep off at the glass shop with 140km on the odometer and 65% tank of gas. Der der
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IT management/infrastructure(design/implemenation), freelancer, swordfighter
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Edmonton, AB - Vancouver, BC - Calgary, AB - Montreal, PQ - Fox Creek, AB - Dawson Creek, BC - Prince George, BC - Valleyview, AB - Little Smokey, AB - Longyearbyen, svaldbard
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Tranhumanist/Singularitarian/Generalist/Abolitionist.

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Last of the freelance hackers and Greatest swordfighter in the world.
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Lordco generally sucks, but this location is beyond the worst. I strongly suspect that none of the staff even own their own vehicle, or have ever done any work on one beyond perhaps changing the oil incorrectly and blowing up their motor. Every time I go in, I ask for a part and tell them what year/make/model it's for, and then I have to repeat it all 3 or 4 more times before they still manage to get me the wrong part. When I tell them it's the wrong part, they accuse me of having no idea what I'm talking about. When I show them the part I'm replacing, they insist it couldn't possibly have come from the vehicle I claim it came from. Just in general, everything I say is wrong. Everything I ask for is wrong. And they clearly don't want my business. That said, every single part I've purchased from any Lordco, has failed almost immediately, been the wrong part, or was defective ootb. They can't even get wheel studs right. I bring them a wheel stud and tell them what vehicle it came from, and they bring me a completely different stud and insist it will work, despite being the wrong diameter/length/thread. I only go here when I need oil, and everything else is closed, because their prices are usually about double, for the worst product on the market. *UPDATE* Turns out the manager and asst. manager both seem to know what's going on, and are consistently able to help me. Last time in the store I needed a rad hose for a project. Two staffers told me the hose I needed didn't exist and neither bothered to check what they had. Both said there's no such thing as a universal rad hose. Saw a younger guy I hadn't seen there before (turned out to be the manager) and asked him. Brought me to the back and let me just browse their entire wall of 700+ hoses, then showed me the universals. Got the part I needed. It's sad that I'm so excited about occasionally adequate service, but I WILL deal with these two guys from now on. When I go in, I just ignore all the staff and wait for the manager.
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