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How I learned and master sysadmin/devops and programming stuff
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I'm surprised the recent Shadowgate update didn't get a mention ( http://store.steampowered.com/app/294440/ ). I don't know what exactly qualifies as a "remaster" vs. an "update" or "remake", but it seems in line with what this video is talking about. I played the original on Nintendo, so it's quite impressive that we have a remake almost 30 years later.

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Pokemon Go already has more installs than Tinder and it is about to surpass twitter. The app is available only in 3 countries. This is how to Kidnap a 28 year old in 2016 ;)
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OK, this one caught me off guard enough to laugh out loud.
 
Every time I see this classic I can't help by laugh! #storage #raid #sysadmin #san 
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Great video showing what made Fallout Shelter break the established ideas for how successful Free-to-Play games should be built. I think the speculation is dead-on for what makes the game acceptable to players who would normally never touch a F2P game. Really, the only control that would make me feel like I need to check in is if I have someone out in the wasteland. Other than that, I can easily not log in for a day or two, without significant impact. 
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A little funny, but I still can't help but cringe a little at some of the harder falls, knowing how much money and work went into these robots. 
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I'm a geeky kind of guy. I like computers/technology, reading, and movies, but also enjoy the outdoors, particularly the Sierra Nevada mountains nearby. I dabble in a lot of different things, such as photography, as well.
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Great roadside stand for fresh fruit, particularly stonefruit like peaches, plums, nectarines, apricots, and pluots. Pricing is good, but be ready to eat them and don't over-buy, because most of these aren't under-ripe store fruit that will ripen at home for several days.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
I've been going here for well over a decade now, as well as involved in assisting with various aspects of the church for nearly as long, and I still love it. It's gone through some ups and downs, but I love the people, and don't plan on leaving anytime soon. It's also one of the most diverse churches I've ever even heard of. We have two English congregations ("Common Ground", the contemporary one, and "Faith Community", the traditional one), a Spanish Language service, "Amor y Fe", and a Lao/Khmu language service, "Asian Grace". We're culturally and economically diverse, with members ranging from former university presidents to immigrants with limited English skills. We are all family, though, and we all worship together once every month or two in our combined services. If you're looking for a place of worship, at least come and visit. Check the website for service times.
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Very good food, that's all. The ordering and pickup is from a window, and there are some outdoor tables if you want to eat there; however, if you go there, it's not really for the atmosphere. They make excellent tri-tip sandwiches and burritos, and don't skimp on the meat, which some places are prone to doing.
Food: Very GoodDecor: Poor - FairService: Good
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
Expensive, but some unique architecture and tasty wines. Right behind Sterling as one of the better wineries to visit.
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