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Garry Boyer
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Attended Georgia Institute Of Technology
Lives in Sunnyvale, CA
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A barbecue hosted by Gordon Ramsay!
 
From the article: "[Black Lives Matter protesters] had planned to march on Sunday, but after organizers met with Police Chief Gordon Ramsay for hours, according to the protesters, they agreed to break bread together instead."
As much of the nation was reeling from yet another act of violence in Baton Rouge, La., hundreds of Wichitans came out to a barbecue at McAdams Park with Wichita police officers.
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I had a dream that I bought a mother board that came with one 64gb stick of RAM and I added three 256gb sticks of RAM. Have no idea what I could have possibly wanted to do with that...
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Woohoo I know what I can do with that. 
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Polarized pair.

Nexus 5x through some cheap sunglasses.
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I see
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My 21-month daughter is teething and started begging for ice. I gave her some. Then a few minutes she complained it was too cold and asked me to heat it up.

Oh the physical properties we take for granted.
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Makes me think of this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qkTzDh8IKNU
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Electrolyzing copper in vinegar years ago. I think I ended up making cupric acetate crystals. They were really pretty at the time. And some flaky copper deposits. One day I might find them, since I think I kept the specimen.
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Wild cherry. You don't say!
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I am no longer doubting our choice as parents to be a juice-free house. If I want to give my daughter 50 calories loaded with sugar, I'll give her half a banana. They're just as portable, but at least they have fiber.
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Thanks for the new security requirements! Hmm, it seems like you fail at hashing, though...
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Jeb knows what he is doing.

He is laying perfunctory blame to Obama and obligatory criticism to Clinton. But make no mistake, he is endorsing Clinton, or has at least resigned to having her as president.

Jeb is explicitly pushing conservatives to vote third party and vote with their conscience. He hasn't even chosen whether he will vote for Johnson or some other candidate, because he knows the outcome is the same.

But there's an upshot. Emboldening his followers to vote third party gets his followers to the polls to vote in local elections -- governor, House, Senate. This is critical because otherwise conscientious conservatives will stay home.

Seeing from this perspective, I think I've softened how I feel about Stein or other third party candidates. Preserve advantage in the lower ballot. But I'm still not a huge fan of Stein. I like centrists, especially ones who are good at listening and adapting. I've always viewed flip-flopping as a strength.
He continues to grotesquely manipulate the deeply felt anger of many Americans..
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This looks pretty awesome.

I read the government is trying to stop it. The only way I can think of is just to find a massive amount of sand, or better, a mixture containing many different particles sizes.
 
Door to Hell, Turkmenistan | #Geology #GeologyPage #Turkmenistan

The "Door to Hell" (also known as the Gate to Hell, the Crater of Fire, Darvaza Crater) is a natural gas field in Derweze, Turkmenistan, that collapsed into an underground cavern in 1971, becoming a natural gas crater. Geologists set it on fire to prevent the spread of methane gas, and it has been burning continuously since then. The diameter of the crater is 69 metres (226 ft), and its depth is 30 metres (98 ft).

The crater is a popular tourist attraction. In the past five years 50,000 tourists have visited the site. The gas crater has a total area of 5,350 m2, the size of an American football field. The surrounding area is also popular for wild desert camping.

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Divert a river into it?
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This process is insane. It's designed for earthquakes to happen during the transport process itself. They have a process for putting the canister in a heavy shell, but instead of sliding the heavy shell on, they bury the shell underground then slip the canister underground into it, then lift it out only once the shell is attached.
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Much of my childhood, all sprawled out before I packed it away for recycling.
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What a waste of paper! I expect it to be re-purposed somewhere else!
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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
Good food and pleasant experience. The to-go food is quite good but could be spicier, maybe they can make spicier on request, but they have to cater towards an average customer. Staff are very friendly and made sure my baby had a happy time (came during the off hours).
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reviewed a week ago
Had a good experience at the Charlotte branch. The only problem was the check-engine and tire pressure lights went on, but the staff were always helpful and easy to work with.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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!
Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Excellent
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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 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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