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Claudio Ibarra
Works at Spang Power Electronic
Lives in Mentor, OH
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Payback for all those crinkly bills.
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When I forget my cup somewhere at work, a text message follows soon thereafter. 
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if you need a negotiator, tag me in!
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#NowPlaying, CGI extravaganza! 
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The way I like to cut a tomato into chunks is apparently just short of a war crime. I have only ever received strange looks for it, even when I was ten.

(pardon the dull knife)
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You'll get no strange looks from me, I cut it the exact same way! 
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If you only see one movie this year where a double guitar that shoots flames gets used as a weapon, make sure that it's this one.

Seriously, the movie was excellent. Visually stunning, great pacing, no complaints whatsoever. Go see it.

#madmax 
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"Hidden feminist"....she's in a Waldo costume, your job is to find her in every film.

That film was a fun action filled ride. And Furiosa is cool as hell. 
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Watch it, leggy
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shudder
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People: Ooh, is that a smart watch? Can I see?

Me: Ummmmm..... No. 
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Hah. I have a pebble and one of my watch faces is "Drunk O' Clock", and winds up looking a bit like this regularly. Hell, perhaps even a bit more vulgar.
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If there are any bakelite lovers out there I'm selling this Vintage Bakelite Suite.
I acquired this suite while living down south a few years ago. It belonged to a wealthy elderly woman with an outstanding jewelry collection. Barely used and still very vibrant. I'd like to sell it as a set.
Both the earrings and the bracelet are by Jorge Caicedo Montes de Oca. The bracelet is the classic design "Manhattan" hinged bracelet and the earrings are "Deco" earrings. Both are bright "spinach green" and black. The necklace is by an unknown (to me) designer and has faceted and carved beads in the same bright green color.

Necklace Length: 21 inches - 24-1/2 inches (adjustable) Round bead diameter approximately 3/4 inch
Bracelet Dimensions: 6-1/2 inches x 1-1/4 inches
Earring Dimensions: 1-1/8 inches x 1 inch
The earrings are clips
Some minor epoxy residue on bracelet hinge.
🔹$1400 inclusive of shipping USPS priority with insurance (within USA). 🔹


#bakelite #vintagejewelry #manhattanbracelet #deco #jewelry #bakelitejewelry #collection #collector 
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Those are nice, I'm sure someone will buy them.
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O_o

Wut?
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You can even wear your cheap underwear...
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Borderlands: The Movie

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Pretty good movie.  I haven't cross-referenced the credits yet, but I am willing to bet that the guy who drove the tank car with the tracks who was blinded did some of the Scav voices in Borderlands Pre-Sequel. That's pretty cool if so.

The only problem I had is that it was so much action and so little story that I didn't really hate Immorten Joe nor really want to root for Max and mech-arm lady.  The most likeable character is probably the central war boy guy. Elks?

Somehow I really want Devin Townsend to have played the red guitar guy, but it didn't look like he had a face.  You aren't given much time to look at anything for very long with those edits.  Whew!
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Some questions I'd like to see asked of US presidential candidates

• How many countries will experience "kinetic military action" (or whatever you prefer to call it) under your administration? Can you name which ones and why?
• Would you issue a pardon for all non-violent offenders currently in federal prisons for drug possession? Why or why not?
• Given the dollar and societal costs of the drug war, do you plan to change it? How, specifically?
• As simply as you can put it, what is the role of the US Government? What is its authority?
• Name three things the US Government does poorly, and what you plan to do to address the issues.
• Do you feel the Electoral College is still necessary in today's connected world? What would you do to preserve or abolish it?
• Do you know all of the Federal laws that apply to you? Do you think the average citizen does? Does that seem fair? What would you do to address this?
• Do you think the size and budget for the US Armed Forces is appropriate? Explain.


What questions would you add?
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Power is not an anthropomorphic entity. I'm not talking about power moving from one place to another. I'm talking about one group having less of it.
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Aside from Pelosi-esque "we have to pass it so you can know what's in it" and the cynical "if the people knew what was in it, it'd never pass", can anyone suggest a valid reason why it's classified?
"God knows why, this is secure, this is classified," said Barbara Boxer. "It has nothing to do with defense. It has nothing to do with going after ISIS."
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Maybe adding "esque" wasn't enough to capture that I meant the gist of the statement, not an intent-for-intent direct comparison. The gist being pass first, check later.
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Occupation
Senior Mechanical Design Engineer
Employment
  • Spang Power Electronic
    Senior Mechanical Design Engineer, 2013 - present
  • ABB Ltd
    Mechanical Engineer, 2011 - 2013
  • Brookhaven National Laboratory
    Engineer, 2006 - 2006
  • Arkwin Industries Inc
    Tool Designer, 2006 - 2008
  • Warner Power LLC
    Electro-Mechanical Design Engineer, 2008 - 2011
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Birthday
March 10
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I'm silently correcting your grammar.
Introduction
Let's have an engaging conversation. Sound good?



"Reckless Diplomacy Disorder" -- that's a descriptor about me that I truly enjoyed reading. I try to be a gentleman (yes, even on the Internet), but I'm human. I can be irreverent and scathing just like anyone else. 

I maintain a G+ Community for Frank Zappa... if you're interested, it will enrich your life. 

In Brief (random word association summary):

Unconventional. Mechanical Engineer. Zappa fan. Size 10-12 shoes. Love spicy food. CAD enthusiast. Gamer. Atheist. Asimov and Clarke are my homeboys. 

Slightly less brief:
Things I like to see and share about.
  • Music
  • Reading (is fundamental!)
  • Science Fiction
  • Emerging Technology
  • 3D Cad
  • Open Source
  • Android
  • Art (of any nature)
  • Photography
  • Humor
  • Politics (yay, Constitution!)
  • Atheism
  • Criminal Justice
  • DIY/Maker culture
I'm not an easy person to offend.
Bragging rights
Winning contestant on NPR's _Wait Wait Don't Tell Me_
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Currently
Mentor, OH
Previously
Wytheville, VA - Christiansburg, VA - Bellport, NY - Schenectady, NY - Remsenburg, NY - Queens, NY - Lindenhurst, NY - Manchester, NH
The folks there are very knowledgeable and the most polite. My dog, being deaf, has some special needs, and they do a great job taking care of him.
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reviewed 2 weeks ago
As far as I'm concerned, there is no other Polish bakery in Cleveland. They are simply the best. Great food, great people! I'll be coming back again and again. Also, they make FANTASTIC pierogi.
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
It has all the standards you might expect from a hotel. The rooms are clean, the staff is polite, and they have breakfast in the mornings. There is just one problem so glaring that it made the whole stay impossible to enjoy: Worst. Wifi. Ever. Now, it may be because my room was at the end of the hall, but that should be no excuse. If they claim to have wifi, then the wifi should be throughout the building, and not just for some rooms. I tried to change rooms to another one that might have had a better wifi signal, but they could only offer me the same room one floor down. Surprise! The exact same problem with the wifi. If I had the choice, I would stay away from this hotel until they fixed the wifi problem. Bad wifi is much worse than no wifi.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Live music sometimes on the weekends, good food and drink all the time.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
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reviewed 2 years ago
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Good food, good price (neither too expensive or too cheap). The only thing that I can complain about is that it was incredibly busy. But that's still a good thing, and we didn't wait long. Try the golden sack. It's delicious.
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reviewed a year ago
Good food and good ambiance. Don't worry if you get lost in the building the first time. I suspect that everyone does.
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