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The science of how a spirit gets better over time
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Bought 12 pounds of quinoa at Costco and don't know what to do with it? Try this:

1 cup quinoa, rinsed
1.5 cups water
2 teaspoons tomato bouillon

Boil the water in a medium sauce pan. After it boils, reduce range temperature to 1 or 2 (simmer). Place quinoa in water so that it lays flat and evenly. Put tomato bouillon into water. Cover sauce pan with a lid. Set a timer for 18 minutes. Once you're sure it won't boil over, walk away and do not open the lid to peek! Come back as soon as the timer goes off. Remove the lid and watch the quinoa until there is no more water boiling away. Turn off the burner, remove the quinoa from the burner, and place to the side. Place lid back on the sauce pan. Wait 5 minutes. Fluff with a fork and serve.

Okay there you have it. A simple, tasty side dish. 
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They sell it in bulk like rice. 
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Strictly for the database nerds.  
At my job, queries in SQL Server 2008 R2 can sometimes be made up of nested queries 7 levels deep. Tracking down the queries, sub-queries, and tables that make up a view can be challenging and time co...
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The Latin Lexicon (nicknamed Numen) is an online Latin dictionary (a dictionary of the Latin Language) and Latin grammar tool based on An Elementary Latin Dictionary (by Charlton T. Lewis). This onlin...
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OMFG. Google created a crazy AI and it told us that it likes kitty cats. Creepy, scary, cool?
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This was my dog Chance. I rescued her from the animal shelter in August 1999. She was 6 weeks old. They had named her Juliette -- but that's not a very good dog's name. If she had been a male, I would have named her Killer just to be ironic. In fact she was one of the sweetest animals. Chance was the name of a stripper I met once and I thought it made a better dog's name than a stripper's name. She spent the last 3 years of her life living on a nice small acreage with lots of colorful flowers and plenty of room to run around. She was 16 years old. 
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I printed out a few to frame
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The Latin Lexicon (nicknamed Numen) is an online Latin dictionary (a dictionary of the Latin Language) and Latin grammar tool based on An Elementary Latin Dictionary (by Charlton T. Lewis). This onlin...
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This is a duplicate event that I posted on Facebook because I want to try out the new gPoz event system. Sorry about the duplicates!

If you can't buy tickets using the desktop site, use the mobile site instead (or go to the theater). There is a glitch on Fandango's purchasing system. 

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NCM Fathom and CBS TV are coming together to present a special one night event to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Star Trek: The Next Generation.
 
Star Trek: The Next Generation 25th Anniversary Event
In Select Movie Theaters Nationwide
Monday, July 23rd at 7:00 PM (local time) 
Only One Night!
 
This summer “boldly go where no one has gone before” and don’t miss the only opportunity to see two of the most popular Next Generation episodes, Ep. 106 “Where No One Has Gone Before” and Ep. 114 “Datalore” on the big screen. 
 
This special event will include exclusive looks at the massive restoration of season one, never-before-seen interviews with the original cast members and behind-the-scenes looks at the artists who created the original FX elements and photography during the making of the show. Audiences will also be privy to an unseen sneak-peak of “Measure of a Man.”
 
Set in the 24th century, The Next Generation was created by Gene Roddenberry over 20 years after the original Star Trek series. The Next Generation became the longest running series of the Star Trek franchise, consisting of 178 episodes over 7 seasons. Star Trek: The Next Generation 25th Anniversary Event is the first opportunity to see this transcendent digital presentation like no man before, in movie theaters, on Monday, July 23rd at 7:00 PM (local time) with additional late night showings at select movie theater locations. Check your local listings for details.
 
Don’t miss seeing the futuristic world created in the past.

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UA Denver Pavilions Stadium 15
500 16th St #310
Denver, CO 80202
(303) 454-9032
STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION 25TH ANNIVERSARY EVENT
Mon, July 23, 2012, 9:00 PM
UA Denver Pavilions Stadium 15, 500 16th St #310, Denver, CO 80202 (303) 454-9032

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I am ready for a new Star Trek series.

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I also read the full article in Scientific American. The evidence is compelling. 
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I'm a bear living in Denver and working in the field of data science. I practice weight lifting, environmentalism, cooking, finance, travel.
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Occupation
Data Scientist
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Computer Hardware, Computer Technology, Latin, Ancient Greek
Employment
  • Carmel Partners
    Database Administrator, 2013 - 2015
  • Black & Veatch
    Senior Analyst, 2013 - 2013
  • University of Colorado Denver
    Systems Analyst, 2012 - 2013
  • University of New Mexico
    Instructor; Graduate Assistant, 2008 - 2012
  • University of New Mexico
    Database Specialist/Web Developer, 2008 - 2012
  • University of New Mexico
    System Administrator, 2003 - 2008
  • Mile High United Way
    Database Developer, 2015 - present
After confirming the appointment weeks in advance, this company wouldn't confirm the moving date and wouldn't return repeated voicemails. I was stuck on the day of the move because they flaked out. Very unprofessional. I called them up and fired them (through voicemail of course). After I started reading reviews, I realized that they've done this to other people as well. I had to call another company to get a recommendation for help moving on very short notice (one hour). I ended up hiring day laborers who worked much harder and showed up within 1 hour of my call after being left out in the cold on a rainy day by Stallion Moving Services.
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