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Justin Marlowe
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I wish I had this level of aggressive confidence when answering the "What do you do?" question.
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I've been on-call all week and I've discovered my mutant power. I have the ability to break printers and lock out AD accounts. All I have to do is hop in the shower or start watching a really interesting movie. Conversely if I sit alone in my office and stare at the phone I can be assured that everything will run smoothly. I promise you all I will only use this power for good... unless evil pays better.
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+Sean Crosby Thanks, I just looked into it and Netwrix is HIPPA complient if you set it up correctly. This might save me a little bit of time in the future. 
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I'm going to go ahead and say it. The Foo Fighters are basically my generations Rolling Stones. The idea that 1000 people came together to play a 16 year old song hoping to get Dave Grohl's attention is just amazing.
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Here's the problem with Amazon. Its too easy and I'm too impulsive. I had a major craving yesterday for vegetarian tuna. Today the craving has passed but now I've got 312oz of meatless tuna. Duey doesn't know its not real tuna so he thinks he's hit the jackpot. I guess I'd better start looking up casserole recipes or something.
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Found this large fellow trying to cool off in the breeze yesterday.
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I don't know who this man is. But this is the kind of Friday project I could get behind.

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Bumblebees always look like they're wearing stylish yellow sweaters.
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Got my Project fi welcome kit and sim card today. Google sure knows how to treat you right. Now the testing begins.
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+joseph sawyer Thats like 200x better than what I was getting. I heard some people saying their kit took a while to arrive. You can have mine if you want it. Its just taking up space on my shelf.
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I'd like to propose a thought experiment. Everything in the scenario depicted above occurs just as you see it. But replace the rattlesnake with a stray dog or coyote if it makes you feel better. Would that change how most people feel about whats happening? The coyote would try to get away, growl warnings at you, and I'm sure once you started beating it to death with a stick it would also try to bite you to save itself. Why is doing this to a reptile some how more acceptable? Its just another creature on this planet trying to make its way just like you. It obviously posed no threat and you didn't need to eat it to survive so why the senseless killing?
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+Amanda Brydon I suppose "end of the world" is a pretty subjective term. When I say end of the world I think of the literal end when in a few billion years the sun expands into the earths orbit and consumes the planet. I don't know if this is what you mean, I don't have enough context. You could also mean a meteor slamming into the earth. I'd like to hope one day we have a shot to prevent that. Dinosaurs never had a space program so I guess we are at least a bit head of the game there. Since you seem to think the end of the world is something you can prepare for I have to assume you mean something that would be cataclysmic to the human race. My favorite of those scenarios is the zombie apocalypse. I don't doubt that I would die pretty quickly but watching the world fall to pieces that way would be great.
I don't think science and religion have to be enemies. They usually just seem that way. I like to pick on the religious but I'd never harm any of you. I can't say the same for most of the religious people out there though. I've never really gotten along well with most of them but that's mostly because they'll deny indisputable fact because it doesn't fit their belief. The thing about science is you get a theory, test, prove or disprove. If you solidly disprove your theory no matter how much you may want or believe it you follow the facts. One of my favorite quotes from Galileo by way of Neil Tyson "The Bible teaches us how to go to heaven, not how the heaves go." 
That was a fun detour. But returning to your point about residential areas. I'd like to point out that you're humans who choose to live in a desert. The wildlife of Arizona called your land home long before you put a house there and if your family doesn't get too crazy with the whacking stick they will still be around long after. I live in a town but that town is also in north Florida. There's a swamp about 100-200 feet from my home. Should I feel astounded or outraged if an alligator walks through my back yard? Nah, I'd just reach for the camera.
Thanks for the prayers... The problem becomes what if you're right and there is a god, but its not yours. Now you're praying to the wrong god on my behalf. Oh well, damned if you do, damned if you don't right? Thump away!
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In the short time I've had it I can honestly say its one of the most interesting and possibly exciting gadgets I've ever had. I can really see the potential of what is coming. Also it has to be said that turning on the lights and tv with just my voice is SOOOO cool. Every time I do it I get the feeling that this is the future I always wanted to live in.
In my original review of the Amazon Echo months ago I awarded it the first perfect 10 rating I've ever given a product. If writing that review today I'd rate it even higher.
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Nvidia Shield Android TV got delivered today. Its SUPER fast. I tried a Nexus Player a couple months ago but returned it because of how slow and jittery it was. This thing is a beast. I can jump from a FPS game to netflix then to youtube without it breaking a sweat. Now I've got Android on my phone, tablet, watch, and TV. Come on Google, put me in the beta program for the brain implant. We all know you have it, and I WANT it!
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I'm ready to give my Nexus Player away to some unsuspecting sap... Figured it would be at least as good as the FireTV, as Google had done well with Nexus devices prior, and FireTV should have set the bar, yet Google apparently ignored it entirely. Total waste of money.

I hung on to it, in the hopes that the software would make it worthwhile... Never did really...

Ready for my Shield to arrive tho!
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This is so beautiful it almost makes me want to cry. But for god sake people, STOP USING ZIP TIES! I want to re-do the mess left by contractors at my hospital but every time I look at it I'm over come with a feeling of instant defeat.
 
IT people will understand. 
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Work
Occupation
Network Administrator
Skills
Windows Server, Cisco Switches, just enough Linux to be dangerous.
Employment
  • Shands Live Oak
    2013 - present
  • Kelly Services, Inc.
    2011 - 2013
  • Walts Ford
    2009 - 2011
  • Hamilton Jai-Alai and Poker
    2005 - 2009
  • Client Logic
    2000 - 2005
Basic Information
Gender
Male
Looking for
Friends, Networking
Birthday
February 25
Relationship
Single
Apps with Google+ Sign-in
  • Crossy Road
  • Hitman:Sniper
  • Doom 3:BFG Edition
  • Star Wars™:KOTOR
  • Aces of the Luftwaffe
  • Asphalt 8:Airborne
Story
Tagline
Computer Slacker
Introduction
I'm a nerd. I read books, listen to podcasts, and generally prefer the company of machines to people. Picard is my captain, Tennant is my doctor, and Conroy is my Batman. I want to be a good person but people seem to make it a daily struggle. I fix computers for a living and thoroughly love my job. How many people can say that? 

For all my random thoughts follow @2toad on Twitter.


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I've haven't murdered anyone... Yet.
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Currently
Live Oak, FL
Previously
White Springs, FL - Jasper, FL