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Jason Gleim
Works at HealthEdge Software, Inc
Attended Ohio State University
Lives in Blacklick, OH 43004
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How you know it has been too long since the boys cleaned their bathroom...
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2014-15 NCAA Football Hardest Hits || Ohio State Edition || HD: http://youtu.be/t2vFC__xg_Y
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Holy crap this is priceless! And Finebaum's deadpan at the end had me in stiches. "Thank you Phyllis." EPIC!!! #GoBucks #RollTide #SEC
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Another reason I need to get a drone!!!

Plus, crazy storm.
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Guy makes wheels for his bike out of ice. Brilliant... until, as he admits, you come to a hill.
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Yes... that is a Railroad signal in the back of my truck. I got it for $10 at an auction.

I buy the dumbest things sometimes... On the upside though, my 6 year old is super-excited to have it in his room.
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Lucas got the Blueprint Burrito at Los Jalapeno's. I didn't weigh it, but I think it is as big as his head.
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Lucas and I up in the air about 30' focusing lights at the church. I had to move them for our big Christmas show and tonight I had to put them back.
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I've always been partial to classic rock, especially songs with a strong Hammond organ part. So I'm in heaven listening to this playlist. I've been running it all afternoon on the headphones while writing code. It is great for breaking the monotony of adding logging and trace messages to code I wrote months ago. Yes... I should have done that back then... but deadlines approach and compromises must made. #devlife
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Ha ha Wendy's. Brilliant! #bbq4merica  
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I love the site #kickfailure ,  They highlight the low-lights of #kickstarter or #indiegogo each week. Usually with witty commentary that points out the utter silliness of whatever the project is pitching.

This week they are "featuring" the PetPhone. Someone thought it would be a good idea to pitch a project to build a $100 MP3 players for pets. I only wish this person/group had taken this to #sharktank . But oh yea... you need a prototype to be on Shark Tank. The best these goofs have is a Photoshop of their rendering on a picture of a dog.

I predict a spectacular fail.
Kickstarter FAIL! A collection of the FUNNIEST and the SADDEST attempts to raise money with Kickstarter.
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I remember many years ago that my aunt and I got into a heated discussion about Weird Al. She felt that song parody took no talent and therefore Weird Al didn't deserve the fame he had received to that point in his career. I, of course, pointed out how difficult it has to be to put words to music that you didn't write and do it as seamlessly as he does it. She didn't buy it.

She passed a number of years ago and today, with the release of his new album, I can't help but think that I, and Weird Al, won that argument. 30 years in and he is still producing brilliant parodies of music from across the spectrum. I think he is hitting his stride... producing some of his best work ever. Whether you enjoy his stuff or find musical comedy and parodies boring, you have to watch this video and acknowledge that he is one of the most creative people out there today. Somehow he has managed to stay relevant in pop culture when many of the artists he has parodied haven't done nearly that well. You have to respect that.
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Education
  • Ohio State University
    Computer Science and Engineering, 7 - 2
  • Gahanna Lincoln High School
    College Prep, 7 - 5
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Always ready to blow something up...
Introduction
I'm an Engineer by schooling (CSE), software developer by profession, and pyrotechnician because I want to be.

I grew up in Gahanna, OH and have a wonderful wife and two boys that are the best in the world.

I also worship at The Pataskala Church of the Nazrene where I serve as the Technical Director.
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Over 10 yrs as a pyrotecnician and I still have all my fingers
Work
Occupation
Senior Silverlight Developer
Employment
  • HealthEdge Software, Inc
    Senior Silverlight Developer, 2011 - present
  • Automation Tooling Systems
    Information Systems, 2001 - 2011
  • The Auld Company
    Information Systems, 1995 - 2000
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Blacklick, OH 43004
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Westerville, OH 43081 - Columbus, OH 43230
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I found this place below average. My wife and I thought it might be good because it always seem to have some traffic going in and out. I now realize this is because they have a solid base of older people who must have a dulled sense of taste. We found the place dark and cramped... the bar seemed more important than the dining area given the layout... and the lady that seated us came across in a way that made us feel like we weren't welcome... So much so that we both commented how we felt out of place. The waitress acted like we were a table that she would have to endure. Answers were short, terse, and barely helpful. Checkups were few and drinks went empty at times. The food was forgetful and struck me as the type of heat-and-serve stuff you would get at a retirement home. It was southern Italian, lots of red, but was missing the burst of flavor that style usually carries. The marinara was unimaginative and bland and the chicken parmesan had nothing going for it. Overall, we found the flavors dull and something we would forget as soon as we left the place. An Italian chef should have a signature taste to his marinara... just like a sushi chef has a unique flavor to his rice... I think their signature was a #10 can a Ragu. It is a shame too... I'm a fan of single location restaurants that really take pride in serving fresh, unique, and flavorful food... especially Italian ones... Milano's just doesn't fit in that group.
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Food: Poor - FairDecor: Poor - FairService: Poor - Fair
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Great place for seafood. The Inlet View was a local secret for a long time. We recently got turned onto it and it will be our regular joint when we are in Shalotte. Complimentary hush puppies with cinnamon spiked butter are an awesome way to start the meal. I had the seafood combo which was very reasonably priced and was loaded with clam strips, scallops, oysters, shrimp, all of it fried of course. But the breading was light without getting in the way of the taste. The standout of the dish was the deviled crab. It was STUFFED and delicious. An additional side rounds out the dish. The service was great. Julie was personable and attentive and gave our boys attention when they wanted to tell her about their adventures. . despite the fact I'm sure she had other things to do. Overall, a great experience and we will be back!
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Atmosphere: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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We started taking our two young boys to Crowley after we found other places too expensive, unfriendly, or without a sufficient selection of glasses for children. Everyone at Crowley has been amazing to work with over the past two years we've been taking our boys there. Patient with our kids, very helpful, and really going above and beyond to help us as 'extra attention required' customers. We tried one of the national chains because we thought they "had a good deal". We found that was a mistake and have decided that Crowley is our exclusive source now!
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago