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Liz Quilty
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Lives in Cambridge, New Zealand
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Not tonight dear. I have a headache.
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Russian Roulette with servers :D
 
Are you ready? Credit http://www.commitstrip.com/en/

BTW, If you decided to try, make sure you pass rm --no-preserve-root wink wink
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Sort of the insane edition of Chaos Monkey
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Ninja moves!
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Rigolo... Ga ! ga! ga! ga! ga! ga!
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This hashtag actually is awesome - some of those #GIrlsWithToys  are really amazing pics!
NPR ran an interview with astronomer and Cal Tech professor Shrinivas Kulkarni yesterday, and overall it's relatively mild. But less than two minutes in, Kulkarni manages to say something dumb:...
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Note to self: Don't google that at work
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Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

H/T Rome
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I went to a job once where the electrical sockets kept stopping working,turned put a cat was pissing on them to mark its territory
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Handy Tip
 
Most useful vim tim for sysadmin/devops ever! Save a privileged file with vim without existing from current session. Append following to your ~/vimrc:

command W :execute ':silent w !sudo tee % > /dev/null' | :edit!
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That's about as horrifying to me as ice on scotch whiskey. But, to each it's own... :)
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Having a hard time choosing the right shell to work with? You can compare Bash, Fish, Ksh, Tcsh, Zsh at: 🔗 http://hyperpolyglot.org/unix-shells
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But it is Bourne Again, so it shall have eternal life. 
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Pedal powered teats? Cutest bunny baby ever!
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I used to work for an animal shelter.  Syringe-feeding the wee beastlets that came our way never got old.  It was a fun job.  :)
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The Bleach Cult (2015) - claiming to cure everything from Autism to cancer.
Exposing a worldwide campaign by a "church" to market and sell industrial strength bleach, disguised as medicine. A heads up to anyone who is ill.
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+Howlin' Hobbit Re: cleaning out the gene pool. But they are trying to take the autistic ones with them, the bastards! We need the autistic ones, and I can't do without my dear autistic friend whose parent tried to poison her.
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Interested in IT, anything Tech, Linux, woodworking, cycling, arduino, gadgets
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Interested in IT, Tech,Science, Atheism, woodworking/Joinery,Photography (taking it , not viewing tons of others in my stream sorry) , Music (I play Ukulele and guitar) , and generally connecting with others.
Rating :★★★★☆

From New Zealand, NOT Australia!


I prefer to talk Tech, and i mean Linux, servers, code, gadgets etc!

I do post a lot, but i try and encourage conversation rather than generic posts or telling people my toileting or eating habits for the most part.
If a thread degrades into arguments or completely off topic (in a bad way) it is not unusual for me to close comments or remove posts. Everyone has a right to an opinion, but not a right to insult others. I also lead a very busy life and have no time to moderate or tolerate crap, hence why i usually just close comments in these cases.

Some of what i post or talk about may be over the head of non tech people, it often involves Linux related things. I generally only follow tech people back also, as i see little point in following people if we have nothing in common :)

I am a qualified Personal Trainer (hobby) and know a fair amount about diet/weight loss (feel free to ask me anything).
I do Cycling as a hobby, as well as a lot of other things (body willing) like tramping, photography, etc

I am Atheist, and really don't want you praying over me or pushing your religion, You are welcome to your religion, just dont push it on me
Bragging rights
4 children, lost 80kg, donated a kidney to my brother, been on Prime Time News, Major National magazines, and i like to play Ukulele :D
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Linux System Administrator
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    Linux System Admin, present
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[This is a statement from GSXs PR team. I’m reposting it here.] When Giant Spacekat was founded 4 years ago, and initially picked up momentu

Rumours & Opinions
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Opinion - a view or judgement formed about something, not necessarily based on fact or knowledge. Rumour - a currently circulating story or

Glypher
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Please expand the app description and read before commenting :-)Frustrated by the new glyph game in Ingress v1.45.3? Get some practice and b

I fucking love science
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The lighter side of science.

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I had some scraps of Mahogany leftover from making my Ukulele, they were nice and thin and just dying to be used for something awesome. I al

The Norwegian prison where inmates are treated like people
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On Bastoy prison island in Norway, the prisoners, some of whom are murderers and rapists, live in conditions that critics brand 'cushy' and

Saw Through His Sexism
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(I am a female woodworking student, shopping for a specific kind of saw in a hardware store. There's only one on the shelf, so I grab it and

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So a few folks have argued that using LINK for things like WebMention and PuSH is not a viable alternative because some HTTP server implemen

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Homemade binary wristwatch using PIC

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The Humble Frozen Synapse Bundle (pay what you want and help charity)
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Pay what you want for some awesome games and help support two charities. All of the games are DRM-free and support Mac, Windows, and Linux.

Galaxy Nexus
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Galaxy Nexus. First phone with Android 4.0, Face Unlock, Android Beam, an amazing HD screen and 4G LTE fast.

Linux
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Great place to visit, but tour was rushed and we had to follow a dude (not allowed to go your own way or do many cool pics) Really over priced for what it was, but great for fans.
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Great experiance. First tattoo and i was told everything i needed to know. The guy had nice tight lines, and excellent art work overall. Answered all my questions with informed answers Would highly recommend them!
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Clean friendly place to stay with great pools and views
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Excellent food and drink, great catering with polite efficient staff. My only complaint was that the food portions were fairly small, but otherwise they were cooked to perfection!
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Friendly helpful store, with actual decent knowledge when asked
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Amazing good. Fantastic service
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reviewed 11 months ago
Friendly staff, great gear for the most part (though lacks spin bike in the main exercise area). Only wish they had longer opening hours!
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