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Jason Bunting
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I'm all about this...
 
Now more than ever.
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Gorgeous, Mullenesque style skating.
 
#skateboarding   #kilianmartin  

erm......wow......just wow....
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Ha ha, nice! :)

I'd never heard of Kilian before, but after seeing this video, I've found a few others, which are done in a similar fashion - they are really beautiful. If you liked it, I'd encourage you to check out the others...
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Here comes the inevitable #420 posts.
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What, specially, are some of "the shadows and lies of [our] culture?"
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+Gino diFonzo LOL!!!!!!
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Mad skillz, yo.
 
Enjoy

#gifs   #gif  
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Dang!
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Same here...
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Don't Take Anything Personally

The world is populated with billions of dreamers who are not aware that people are living in their own world, dreaming their own dream. From the point of view of the main character, which is their only point of view, everything is all about them.

When the secondary characters say something that doesn't agree with their point of view they get angry, and try to defend their position. They want the secondary characters to be the way they want them to be, and if they are not, they feel very hurt. They take everything personally. 

With this awareness you can also understand the solution. 

Don't take anything personally.

Don't take anything personally is a beautiful tool of interaction with our own kind, human to human. And it’s a big ticket to personal freedom because you no longer have to rule your life according to other people’s opinions. This really frees you! You can do whatever you want to do, knowing that whatever you do has nothing to do with anyone but you.
— Don Miguel Ruiz, The Fifth Agreement



#envy    #malice    #distraction    #donttakeitpersonally   #whatmatteriswhatyoudo    #thefifthagreement    #opinions   #humanity    #freedom  
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This is the first time I've heard of the guy, but I like the cut of his jib; I'll have to look into his work further. 
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#Easterpraisenblaze #420 Happy Easter, may your case of munchies be huge!
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On a less creepy note...it's also George Takei's birthday!
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#420

Celebrate All You Want Today but remember what tomorrow is...
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You're missing out... :)
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Story of My Life:  #idealist ... #realist ... #surrealist  
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I like your thinking, +K DePauw; there's gotta be some balance. 
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Husband, Father, Son, Brother, Friend, Software Engineer, Entrepreneur... In that order.
Employment
  • SeamlessWeb
    Sr. Front End Engineer, 2012 - present
  • Reachable
    Senior Software Engineer, 2012 - 2012
  • Software Technology Group
    Senior Software Engineer, 2005 - 2012
  • Neumont University
    Instructor, 2003 - 2004
  • Ceridian
    QA Analyst, 2002 - 2003
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Utah
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California - California - Oregon - Arizona - Utah - Texas
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Tat Tvam Asi
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First learned how to write software at the age of 11 on a Commodore Vic 20.
Education
  • School of Hard Knocks
    Life, 1973 - present
  • Weber State University
    Computer Science, 2002 - 2004
  • Salt Lake Community College
    Computer Information Systems, 2000 - 2002
  • Fullerton College
    Psychology, 1991 - 1993
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Freak, Loser, Chronically Verbose
For lunch, I had horchata and a carnitas torta, after the waitress finally showed up and took our orders. Slow is the best word to describe the service. The horchata was watered-down. The carnitas torta had yellow mustard on it. Are you kidding me? I even asked the waitress how "authentic" the food was, and she implied, by the impassioned look on her face, that it was muy auténtico! Apparently the word authentic doesn't mean what it used to, because there's nothing authentic about yellow mustard in Mexican food. Granted, I know I'm a bit of a bigot - I grew up in Southern California, eating lots of Mexican food. Notwithstanding this fact, the food here was nothing to write home about, nor worth coming back for. Thankfully, I wasn't the one paying the bill - if I had, a dark cloud would hang over me for days for having paid for that stuff.
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Food: Poor to fairDecor: Poor to fairService: Poor to fair
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
First off, I'm used to eating sushi in Utah. Granted, we've got some okay stuff, but nothing I've had here compares to Sushi Ran. It was transcendental. For me, eating sushi isn't just about the food, it's also about presentation and artistry. For those that don't see it that way, perhaps Sushi Ran wouldn't be worth the money. Having real, fresh wasabi was so amazing. The spicy tuna roll was great - big chunks of fish with a delicious seasoning that didn't consist of Sriracha sauce (not that there's anything inherently wrong with Sriracha, it's simply refreshing to see heat applied via other means). All of the nigiri was amazing - scallops, tuna, yellow tail, salmon, uni. I can't wait to come back at some future point...
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Food: ExcellentDecor: Very goodService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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