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Did you know that if you go to smile.amazon.com, you can associate your account with a charity and that Amazon will donate 0.5% of your purchase towards that charity?
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Greta Christina's new book, “Coming Out Atheist”, is now available. Get yourself a copy! I'm hoping there will be some at the American Atheists convention this weekend in Salt Lake City. I'll be sp...
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Four prominent cosmologists say they were misquoted in a documentary trailer promoting a claim debunked more than 450 years ago: that the Earth is in a privileged spot in the universe. Co-producer Robert Sungenis did not respond to multiple interview requests from Live Science. His  trailer received universal ridicule among scientists interviewed for this story, including Lawrence Krauss, who was portrayed in the preview. "I'd be more upset, exce...
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A lucky star somehow survived the explosive death of its stellar companion, new images reveal. The explosion, known as a supernova, would have been visible from Earth several thousand years ago. While the supernova remnant (called DEM L241) has been known since the 1970s, the companion star remained invisible until NASA's Chandra X-Ray Observatory recently examined the region. The supernova remnant itself is very bright in X-rays, indicating it's...
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Editor's Note: In this weekly series, Space.com explores how technology drives space exploration and discovery. NASA's plan to lasso an asteroid, bring it into a stable orbit near the moon and let astronauts visit it might sound ambitious, but the space agency is looking at two different ways to make it happen. In one mission, a robotic probe would fly out to a small asteroid and bring the whole thing back for astronauts to explore. The other mis...
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  • Fleet Street Remarketing
    Software Developer, 2005 - 2006
  • SAIC
    Software Developer, 2006 - 2013
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I stare at computer screens and fling code.  

I'm a fan of Formula 1, World Rally Championship, the United Sportscar Championship, Australian V8 Supercars, and the Indycar Series.

I run/jog a little more than most people.

I'm just getting into photography.  Some pictures come out ok, some don't, but at least I try. :-D

If you want help knowing what kind of circles to put me in, try this:

Politics
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Paranormal
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Photography
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Humor/Comedy
Auto Racing
Both kinds of music (rock and classic rock)
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Also, if you don't have any information on your profile or your information isn't visible, I won't know what circle to put you in, so don't be offended if I don't circle you back.

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Survived five years in the Army, Escaped from rural Virginia, completed four 180 mile relay races, participated in Australian style rappelling, went back for my Computer Science degree at the ripe age of 32, was able to see that University of Central Florida wasn't a good CS school, lived on three continents, visited 16 countries and 25 states, and I go to 11
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Charlottesville, Virginia - Orlando, FL - Tampa, FL - Clearwater, FL - Aylesbury, England - Seoul, South Korea
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Creationism being taught in private schools thanks to $1 billion in taxp...
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​An investigative report published Monday by Politico reveals that taxpayers in the United States will give nearly $1 billion this year to p

See Formula One as you’ve never seen it before
uk.eurosport.yahoo.com

An innovative new on-board camera has, for the first time, given Formula One fans a chance to get a true sense of how fast the sport really

Measles outbreak! Vaccine trutherism now officially a public health crisis
www.salon.com

Measles are making a comeback. This is why it's so dangerous to laugh off Jenny McCarthy and Kristin Cavallari

Al Franken: Don’t let Comcast “manipulate Internet traffic”
arstechnica.com

Time Warner merger review should focus on net neutrality and peering, Al says.

Are UFO experts being murdered? New book to investigate 'pattern' of deaths
uk.news.yahoo.com

A crop circle researcher found floating in the sea and the rapid decline of a UFO expert who believed he had found an alien skull, are the l

Watch the star of 'Archer' fix his girlfriend's grandparents' Wi-Fi and ...
www.theverge.com

Mike Lacher's McSweeney's article 'In which I fix my girlfriend's grandparents' Wifi and am hailed as a conquering hero is a tale of interne

This is what Google Earth would look like with live video
www.theverge.com

Outside of select government and military applications, on demand satellite imagery and video is still little more than a dream. But a few s

Responding to senator’s bid to ban Bitcoin, congressman calls for cash ban
arstechnica.com

"Dollar bills are present in nearly all major drug busts in the United States."

Remote camera catches mountain lion kittens feeding on deer
www.latimes.com

A remote camera snapped more than 350 high-quality images of mountain lion P-13 and her kittens as they fed on a mule deer over two nights i

Florida woman forced to use city utilities instead of private solar pane...
rt.com

A Cape Coral, Florida woman living “off the grid” was ordered last week by a magistrate to hook up to utilities to comply with city codes or

Twin telescopes record video of meteoroid slamming into the moon
arstechnica.com

Largest impact captured to date should leave behind a 45m crater.

Serpent-Handling Pastor Killed by Snake: Where Was God? : DNews
news.discovery.com

A snake-handling TV pastor died after being bitten by a snake, though his death will likely reinforce his followers' beliefs.

Writer proves that Discovery aired fake image of Megaladon shark
www.theverge.com

English author and The Guardian columnist George Monbiot has accused Discovery Channel of faking a photograph of a long-extinct shark for a

Abba’s ‘nuts’ stage outfits were worn to avoid tax - France - France 24
www.france24.com

Swedish disco band Abba – known as much for their catchy tunes as for their bizarre dress sense – chose their trademark outfits in order to

Police arrest a woman for failing to return 9-year-overdue J-Lo VHS
arstechnica.com

Awful movie Monster In Law now partly responsible for at least one frivolous arrest.

This map is not the Benghazi smoking gun conservatives think it is
www.motherjones.com

No, the presence of a Navy tugboat wouldn't have averted an embassy attack.

Their food is consistently good and the service is great. They occasionally screwed up an order, but I ate there so often, it was bound to happen eventually. When a mix-up did occur, they would go out of there way to resolve it.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Building 1 has been renovated, so all the appliances are new and the floor is a decent wood laminate. The people that are complaining about rent going up every year or at the time of contract renewal must not realize that almost every apartment complex does that. you are only locking in a rate for the life of your lease. Of course they are going to charge more as soon as they can. Considering the area, the rent is pretty good. The only real complaint I have about the place is that the heater/air conditioner units were installed by morons. They are extremely drafty and when you are on the 16th floor, the wind howls very loudly. Because of the poor installation job, the thermostat in the units either never heat up above a desired temperature or there is so much cold air coming in, the unit can barely keep up. They have put a lot of insulation in around it, but it is still pretty bad. I'm working with them on it.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Horrible Wi-Fi and barely usable parking. The wi-fi is free, but what good is "free" if you can't really use it. Page loads take minutes sometimes and my signal strength is at least 50%. The spaces for parking were almost the exact width of my Ford Focus! The water is horrible, even for brushing your teeth. You can't blame that on the municipal water because I've tasted the water elsewhere in the city on numerous occasions and it tasted fine.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Service and food have always been excellent. Their queso dip is delicious too.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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The food is very good here and made to order. There's a lot of self-service here, but I'm not above carrying a tray of food to my table. Some may feel they are too good for that, but we can just ignore them. There's also a bar and a casual atmosphere, so people sometimes like to just hang out which can be inconvenient, but it's not like this is the only restaurant that you might have to wait in. Deal with it or go somewhere else.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Very good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
The food is always very tasty and prepared quickly.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Very slow and incompetent UCF students work here. I showed up and there were three people ahead of me in line. It took them 20 minutes for me to get my quesadilla. The chicken is often overcooked or low quality. I've eaten at many other Moe's in the area and out of state and this one is by far the worst.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago