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http://deadline.com/2015/04/galaxy-quest-series-paramount-television-1201413544/
Cult sci-fi comedy feature Galaxy Quest is headed to television. I've learned that Paramount Television is in the process of putting together a TV series project based on the 1999 DreamWorks movie ...
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From poking about from an article +Matt Reynolds shared, we have this great summation of why technical interviews are terrible and why I especially hate them (aside from not being very good at them).

The last line is worth the rest of the read, even if you don't agree with the point...
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As an ITS manager who has had to interview for my team and other teams I can tell you I have never asked a trick question or asked someone to demonstrate coding during the interview.  We interview in teams and we talk about problem solving skills, escalation judgment, managing customer and vendor relationships.  I have to say, while part of it is being very fortunate, I have found this to be much more useful.  Also, for us, making sure internal candidates have opportunities has been a big plus.  Just my 2 cents.

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+Jesse Rupp Speaks For Me.

So does Dom, but then, I'm a big Fast & Furious nerd.
 
This is for all my fellow Star Wars nerds who feel the need to shit on other Star Wars nerds, or mansplain Star Wars fandom. Or really in general. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4mBAvTtzWQ4
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As far as I can tell, it's the only movie franchise that has done a genre-shift twice, successfully.

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Character screenshots for my Blizzcon Badge.
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He looks kickass.

Pictures like this remind me of all the fun I had with my Tauren Shaman. Hated healing, but damn it was fun to nuke the crap out of things and off-tank. Not sure that's possible anymore, it's been so long since I played.
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Thanks to +David Johnson​ and +Chuk Craig​ I will actually do what +Filamena Young​ and +David Hill​ said I should do.

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I'll get started if my kits ever arrive. >_>

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So, I'm watching someone mansplain to a mechanical/electrical engineer who for fun mentors HS students to build robots to complete in international competitions that "stainless steel isn't really magnetic". 

This engineer is someone who already built two different fully-functional R2-D2s and is now trying to reverse-engineer the BB-8 build, for funzies.

The capacity for stupid people to be stupid in public while interacting with smart people sometimes boggles my mind. 
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+Bri Anderson Yeah, just run a lead out of the cage, or a very short-range antenna.  Unless you mean a completely wireless connection from inside the cage (still possible, but that'd be some weird EE/radio antenna design voodoo I don't know enough about).

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As a reminder!

Tomorrow, Saturday the 18th, from 1PM to 4PM, I will be at Migration Brewing for my Formal Fortieth Fantastic Festivities!

The weather promises to be amazing and the outdoor tables are lovely, and we'll have a couple of games that may or may not get played.
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Actually I just got done with my exam so I think I will stop by and say hello after all

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Watching "Practical Magic" because it's really, really good. No, seriously, it's basically a movie about women being women together. Three generations of them, in fact. The men are basically around to be props. It's a fantastic inversion of the trope. And all the actors are fucking brilliant.

Getting the urge to play +Filamena Young's "White Picket Witches". Maybe once we're in a new house I'll be able to game again. Or, really, do anything...
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This is one of my favorite movies. :)

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Just for the record...
For sale: $219,900. This adorable 1920s micro-bungalow with new bamboo floors and fresh interior paint features high basement ceilings and is pre-plumbed for a second bathroom! The centrally-located walkable neighborhood close to Mt. Tabor Park is near to pubs, shopping, and cafs like Seven Virtues independent coffee roasters, UFO Pizza, and Fred Meyer's. Neighborhood and transit: Near the hwy, just minutes to I-5, I-205, or Portland Internatio...
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#Daredevil  talk ahead. No spoilers.

Vincent D'Onofrio is a brilliant Wilson Fisk. He looks like a middle-aged Brando, who was always the guy I imagined as the Kingpin anyway. 

He gives a lot of pathos and sympathy to a character who, in the comics, was pretty complex. 

Wilson Fisk / Kingpin has always (like many Marvel characters, heroes and villains) been a person first, which is what makes his choices so heartbreaking and interesting. And D'Onofrio brings a bunch of that to the portrayal. 
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I love that the sympathy and issues he had doesn't reduce how scary he is.

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Money Quote:

In any case, there has never been a time in American history when the alleged personal traits of candidates mattered less. As we head into 2016, each party is quite unified on major policy issues — and these unified positions are very far from each other. The huge, substantive gulf between the parties will be reflected in the policy positions of whomever they nominate, and will almost surely be reflected in the actual policies adopted by whoever wins.

FYI, that's why when anyone says "both sides" they immediately get trimmed out of my political feed. There are real, substantial, fundamental differences between Democrats and Republicans. And if you don't think so, you're not paying attention.

Could Democratic policies be better? OF COURSE. That's why I encourage especially local political involvement (politics trickles UP) to get the Ostensible Left closer to the Actual Left. But if you give a shit about people who aren't rich, white, old, and male, you should vote Democrat.
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I think part of the reason for the war streak in the Dems, and why Obama's defense and intelligence decisions weren't as different from Bush's as I would have liked, is because a lot of those policies are driven by the bureaucracy and the defense apparatus that doesn't actually change between administrations. That said, I think the Dems are less likely to go off on adventurism and start new wars.
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