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My Setup with OpenZFS on Mac OS X
My new OpenZFS on Mac OS X setup in my cabinet, with raidz over 4x 1TB SSD on two AC powered USB 3.0 hubs. I ran into these gotchas: The USB 3.0 UASP adapter I'm using sometimes changes the disk serial number, which causes zpool difficulty finding the disk ...

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I've been searching high and low.
For a belt I loved very much so.
In every drawer and behind every closet doors.
Under the furniture on the floors.

I turned all my cushions and pillows.
And cleared the stomach of my pet armadillos.

I finally sat down on my chair in desolation.
But found the belt in camouflaged demonstration.
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Occasionally, I find brilliant, original jokes left by Slashdot commenters.

"How much check could a check sum sum if a checksum could check sum?"

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Brighton, England, originally named Brighthelmstone until 1810, is a seaside resort. I wonder how the early settlers of Brighton here in Massachusetts made the association, as there is nothing sea-worthy about our Brighton.

Picture shown depicts the wonderfully scenic Brighton, England.

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I was going to campaign about the dangers of CO2 sequestration where a catastrophe releasing a massive amount of CO2 will cause world suffocation. Fortunately, we can now convert CO2 to booze and get everyone drunk!

As far as the obsolescence of my ideas goes, which is typical, this idea to campaign about the dangers of CO2 sequestration is remarkably short lived, having been conceived in the morning and already obsolete before the end of day.

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I have a penchant for Impressionism because the style is easy on the eyes of the viewer. It was a movement started by artists who all have bad eye sights.

The painting is called Haymaking at Éragny by Camille Pissarro, at the Art Institute of Chicago.
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The unglazed faces used to have bright colored paint complete with facial expressions, but the paint oxidized over time and faded. All that remains is the trichromatic glaze. It unfortunately left us the partial impression that ancient civilizations made boring figurines but that's not the case.

Collection at the Art Institute of Chicago.
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"The evidences presented in Darwin's thesis only supported that species are exterminated by slowly acting causes and catastrophes, but they do not rule out that production of new species is a miraculous act."
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