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Josh Kimble (slayerXcore)
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Eight years - that's how long Android has been available to the public for. September 23rd, 2008 marked two huge events in Android's history: T-M... by Richard Gao in Android OS, G1 (Dream), Google, HTC, News, T-Mobile
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Wow. Has it really been that long ago that the G1 came out? Was an excellent phone at the time. 
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Metal slug + some other gems 
Pay what you want for NEOGEO games and support a charity of your choice!
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Listen to deadmau5 x Attlas - Bad at Titles by fuckmylife #np on #SoundCloud
Listen to deadmau5 x Attlas - Bad at Titles by fuckmylife #np on #SoundCloud
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Nexus 5x owners check this out
A recent update for the Nexus 5x adds a toggle to adjust the color temperature of the screen.
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Can't wait for bassnectar tonight 🔊🎵🎵🎵
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That is the biggest jam session I have ever seen. 
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Rest in peace buddy +Omar Tortorella​
Many of you have had the opportunity to meet Omar Tortorella over the years, but for those of you who do not know Omar, he is my sister’s boyfriend of 13 years. Although not married, I consider Omar my brother-in-law. Happy, positive, optimistic, full of zest, energy, and life! Omar began to...
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I either have a new severe allergy to something or someone somehow triggered my shrimp allergy, because I know I haven't ingested anything containing shrimp.

Benadryl + trying to rest, not breathing well.
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I'll take +1 you gave as a pat on the back. It well fuel me up :). +Josh Kimble (slayerXcore
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Combining AMD and Nvidia cards just became a thing. 
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Addicted to Tech, mostly Android and PC, as well as Online Gaming, my opinions are my own.
computer tech, online gamer, and all around geek

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Troubleshooting, Networking, Windows Administration, Server Administration, System Building, Help Desk, Desktop Repair, Desktop Maintenance, Server Maintenance, Network Cabling, Call center,
  • Self Employed
    IT Professional, 2011 - present
    Freelance IT
  • Time Warner Cable
    Tier 3 Tech Specialist, 2011 - 2011
    Hi-speed internet and Digital phone support
  • CEC
    Assistant Tech Manager, 2008 - 2010
    Arcade Game maintenance and repair
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