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Garry Boyer
Works at Google
Attended Georgia Institute Of Technology
Lives in Sunnyvale, CA
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This photo!

This is a field, with a city right behind... with solar panels... not facing the sun... with 3 wind turbines that are way too close together to be safe...

Nice image though!
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Windmills tilting at each other, eh?
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It seems amazing to me that AOL, an ISP, bought Time Warner, a media company. Now Time Warner is primarily an ISP and AOL is now a media company and was just bought by an ISP.
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Texas' GOP governor is sending the Texas State Guard to monitor a military training exercise after right-wing militia alleged it's just a cover for the president's plan to put Texas under martial law.
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I guess people search for:
- creepy faces
- intentional errors
- quadratic and cubic polynomial expansion
- ammonium sulfate
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( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)  They're characters from other alphabets.
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One of the things I like about Bob's Burgers is that every scene is full with EMT. (Electrical metallic tubing)
 
Nothing sounds better than Pesto's Besto Burger.



April fools!
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On the one hand, two independent origins of neurons would be surprising because it seems unlikely that the precise sequence of genetic accidents that created neurons could happen more than once. But it also seems unlikely that sponges would lose something as valuable as a neuron. “The only example we know from bilaterians where the nervous system was lost completely is in parasites"
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Chlorox kills! (And I scroll down...)
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Indiana does not have the same wiring standards as CA. Romex, outdoors, not in conduit??? But kinda cool looking!
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Hey say something. Are friend ship or ur shark news 
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This is amazing and the video is really worth watching.
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Ouch.
Just a heads-up: This is satire. This. Is. Satire. But that's why it's so freaking good.
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This is why in security, the permission to remove others from the ACL can be dangerous, even if it is a requirement for other more common threat scenarios.
 
And the super-duper cockpit door security system made it impossible for the pilot to get back in to try stop him. In fact, the co-pilot might not even have attempted this if he knew the pilot could get back in. Great design boys, you treated the pilot as if here were a terrorist! That's our aviation security masterminds at work.
The details emerged after studying the cockpit voice recorder.
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Bingo.
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Great.... Just when I thought the anti vaccination movement was dying down, it is suddenly a partisan issue.
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It's multi-partisan: there are quite a few conservative-identified as well as liberal-identified people who are anti-vax.
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  • Georgia Institute Of Technology
    Computer Science, 2002 - 2007
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I've been a very technical person as long as I can remember (and even before, according to parental folklore).  All my favorite books are non-fiction.

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    Software Engineer, present
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Cupertino, CA - Atlanta, GA
You have to try their Snow dessert -- it's like ice cream meets cotton candy. The food was fine -- I'm guessing Taiwan isn't known for their spicy foods, so next time I go I'll try dishes that aren't supposed to be spicy.
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I went here once a long time ago when I needed a new tire (urgently!) and they helped me select a good one and get on my way. They were fine with me changing my tire myself right outside the store and using their pump, and they even helped me get the old tire off free of charge (I couldn't deflate it because the valve was full of healing goo). I went there again yesterday to switch the back tire, and the price for that tire even went down!
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I work for Google, and it's definitely by far the most awesome place you could work! I work on challenging, exciting problems, and am well taken care of (free food, drinks).
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