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This is a brief video covering a suggested work environment setup for SNHU's IT-270, Web Site Design course.
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I will rarely link to anything published in the Grey Lady, but this was such a spot-on, splendid write-up of a long and fruitful career, that I had to....R.I.P., Leonard Nimoy.
In addition to acting, Mr. Nimoy directed films; published poetry, autobiographies and books of photography; and recorded music.
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He finally went home, see you on the other side Leonard.
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Well, I'm glad you missed one so I could see it!  Gave me some good ideas. :-)
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This is, quite possibly, the FUNNIEST reddit I've read in all the years I've been visiting that site...
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A brief video to walk you through the process of signing up for Altervista free web hosting service, and how to upload your website files via Altervista's file management module or via an FTP client.
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A brief video including a suggested workflow and setup for your desktop or laptop work environment for SNHU's IT-270, Web Site Design.
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Happy National Pet Day to the most simultaneously goofy/evil/insane/humorous dog I've ever owned...love you, Drake!
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"Beer Camp" -- that description ALONE on the label made it an intriguing impulse buy. Truth be told, it's a VERY tasty treat...one of the better additions to +Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.​'s seasonal canon...
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Looks good, Mike! My SIL likes the hoppier craft beers, so I passed along to him-- ideal pick for "spring training." :-D
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I am, in no particular order: imperfect; a husband that tries to get it right; snarky; the dorkiest dad ever (apparently); easy to please; a non-judgmental Christian (yep, we do exist); charitable; a lifelong learner; a bit gullible; an infrequent blogger; a rabid Trekkie (or Trekker, take your pick), as well as a foaming-at-the-mouth fan of The Walking Dead, Battlestar Galactica and Firefly. And always, ALWAYS regretless.
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Phenomenal burgers and a stunning choice of draft and bottled beer, all brought together with outstanding customer service. Very dog-friendly restaurant, with dogs welcomed (and served Milk Bones!) on the outside patio. We WILL be back, with and without our dog!
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We've had generally positive experiences at Hayfield Animal Hospital over the years, though I don't know if we'll return there with our future dog(s). Prior to leaving town for a trip out of town for Easter weekend, I dropped off our 12-year old Labrador retriever, Drake -- who was lively and in excellent health at the time -- on Thursday, 3/24/2016 for a three-day boarding stay in one of their "deluxe" kennels (which included daily walks), with basic instructions that he could be fed once in the morning and once in the evening using their food. I indicated a Monday, 3/28/2016 afternoon pickup for Drake, and left without another thought about his well-being. (Drake had stayed at Hayfield several times over the past five years without issue.) I received a terse call at 8:30 a.m. the next morning (on Friday, 3/25/2016, the morning of my 50th birthday, no less) from a Hayfield Animal Hospital vet that our Lab was in severe pain with a distended abdomen, that his gums were turning blue, with a suspected case of bloat (extremely fatal in large breed dogs), and that the vet was awaiting results of an x-ray. She called me back within minutes to confirm the worst -- our Lab was indeed suffering from bloat, where the stomach is twisted around from a too-fast ingestion of food, water and/or oxygen, cutting off circulation to other organs and causing permanent damage. The vet quickly explained that they could engage in an invasive/exploratory surgery to attempt to diagnose and fix the damage (with a likely long and painful recovery for our dog), or that we could opt for the admittedly more humane route of euthanasia. To say we were shocked was an understatement. It took me only several seconds to realize that the right thing to do was to put poor Drake out of his misery...which is just what I asked the attending vet to do, through a blur of tears and paralyzing grief. My hope for you and for any pet owner is that you NEVER need to make that horrible decision when you're four hours away from your dying pet, and can't physically be there for their final moments, which were full of pain and fear. Call it dramatic if you wish...but I'll be processing that guilt for a very, very long time. I do not know what transpired in the Drake's final 24 hours at Hayfield Animal Hospital, and I'm certainly not implying Drake was mistreated by the staff...but I do wonder about the onset of bloat, and just how long my dog might have agonized/suffered in his condition before it caught a staff member's attention. For my part, I'm also willing to admit that perhaps a kennel stay was just too much excitement and departure from normal routine for our admittedly senior (and occasionally spazzed-out) dog...whose breed. age, physical makeup and mental state (unfortunately) made him a prime candidate for bloat. However, as I mentioned before, Drake had NO issues with previous kennel stays at Hayfield Animal Hospital over the years, and he WAS in excellent health at the time of his death. One gesture of special note -- we received a sympathy card from the Hayfield Animal Hospital staff today in the mail. Many of the staff, including the vet attending Drake in his final hours, left a variety of heartfelt notes in the card, along with two of his paw prints taken after his death...which will remain priceless to us, particularly because we couldn't be present at the time of his passing. This was an extremely kind gesture on the part of the staff, and we appreciate it greatly. In any event, I'm not sure if we'll return to Hayfield Animal Hospital again with our future dogs -- too much bad mojo at this point. But please realize this is a personal feeling, and NOT a wholesale dismissal of Hayfield Animal Hospital's staff -- if you choose to take your pets to this animal hospital, I can heartily recommend Dr. Skorup, who saw Drake several times in recent years, and who is a thorough, efficient and quite caring vet. I will also say that the office staff and all of the vet assistants we've dealt with at Hayfield have ALWAYS been kind and caring.
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Parking sucks in the minuscule lot, and Arlington County ass-rapes you on the metered Street parking...$1.25 per hour! Will NEVER be back, totally not worth it!
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Phenomenal food, outstanding draft beer selection, comfy and welcoming seating inside and outside. Sedona does fill up early on weekend afternoons, so don't wait too long, but...DEFINITELY make time to visit. Highly recommended!
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