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Has anyone ever tried creating something using Tasker that is similar to IOS's "Guided Access" which allows me to "lock" my toddler into a given app and disable certain functions until a PIN is entered?
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There are plenty of apps in the market that do this. AppLock seems to be popular.
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Some sort of data analyst/science guy has mapped out the overwhelming rush of ridiculous boy names

It might not be a coincidence that you are aware of a half dozen five year olds named Brayden.

The existence of an extensive "Aiden" rhyming family (and closely related lineages, like the Payton-Clayton-Dayton-Layton-Trayton clan) is fascinating in its own right. For one thing, it helps explain the ends-in-n phenomenon. When you consider that each of these names can be spelled any number of ways (Jaden, Jadon, Jadyn, Jaeden, Jaiden, Jaidyn, Jaydan, Jaydin and Jaydon all being common variants of Jayden, for instance), the meteoric rise of the nominally terminal "n" makes a lot more sense.

http://io9.com/america-why-are-you-all-naming-all-your-boys-like-this-1561328070
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Miles loves to play the "lay-lay" (ukulele). It's the perfect size for him to hold like a guitar. It's pretty awesome to see how his brain does things. He knows the normal way of playing (he insists on using a pick), but today he went over to the drum set, grabbed a drum stick, and started using it as a bow across the ukulele strings. As you can see, his left hand was covering the strings, so they were muted, and not much sound came out, but I loved watching him be a creative musician at just 2.5 years old.
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Genius.

Also, MUSTARD!!! Yum.
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I ordered this guitar cable the other day because I need another cable with a 90° connector on one end. The whole purpose of having a 90° connector is to keep the cable from bending, kinking, and shorting out. When it arrived, I saw that they have it packaged in such a way that you can clearly see both connectors on the front of the packaging. That's great, but they have to BEND the ends to get it to fit into the packaging that way! So now I have a cable with a BENT end that has a 90° connector. Nice.
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So is it a 180° connector now? :)
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I think maybe Christina Aguilera was having a migraine that day? Why is she grimacing and grabbing her temple in every shot?
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At first this video seemed interesting and informative. Then at around the 2:30-ish mark, it began to sound like this other video...True marvel of engineering..
Still, entertaining.
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Yes, THE Montana Fox...
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I love Jesus, my wife, my son, and music. I also love trying new things, especially foods. And yes, I love Technology...
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• I play several different musical instruments. None of them to any spectacular degree of excellence, but still... • I haven't read a single word of any of the Harry Potter books. • I was named after Joe Montana, and would love to meet him one day.
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Computer Analyst (nerd) Mon-Fri, Worship Leader 24x7
My wife an I were on our honeymoon, and asked some of the locals what some of the best places were to have a nice dinner. One girl told us The Bull Shed was the best place in town, and we should definitely go there. When we asked how to get there, her instructions ended with the phrase "you can't miss it." Well, after missing it several times, we finally found the place tucked back where no out-of-towners will easily find it. We were a little puzzled even from the parking lot. This is the fancy restaurant the girl had raved about? Well, ok. So we went inside, and were further unimpressed. It was dark and woody, but not in a cozy or romantic way. More like the way I think of my grandparents' den. After being seated next to a window near the ocean (this might have been a nice view, except it was after dark and a bit rainy, so nothing to see - not their fault, of course), our waiter arrived. He was an interesting fellow, to put it politely. Something was just a bit off somehow, but we couldn't tell exactly what. After getting our drink and food orders, he disappeared, and we sat there sort of laughing under our breath at this "fancy, romantic restaurant". Our starter salads came, and he disappeared again. The salads were, um, not good. It was like someone had lazily chopped some iceberg lettuce, tossed a couple of carrot shreds and some sort of weird dressing on it, and said "Voila!". Not impressive, whatsoever, but hey, it's a starter salad. I hope my steak is as good as I've heard it would be. So we wait, and wait...and wait. No sign of our server. I mean NO SIGN. We didn't even see him at other tables, or do anything, anywhere. Eventually, another server came over, and proceeded to ask us what our orders had been, with no explanation of why she was asking or anything. We asked what happened to our other server (not that we were missing him or anything), and her response was very awkward. "Oh, Mitch (or whatever his name was)? He's...he had to...um, he's not here anymore." ...Okay... So after giving her the same orders we had already given him, and waiting again for our food, we finally got it. Let me just sum this part of the experience up by saying it was lackluster at best. I have had fancier meals at Sizzler. But surely, after the whole whatever-it-was-that-happened-to-our-other-server thing happened, and having to wait not once but twice for our meals, they would apologize, or maybe even comp our meal or something? Nope. Full price charged. Not a shining moment in our honeymoon experience. But hey, who knows? It's been a couple of years since then. You may love it. Our experience, though, was that the last two letters in Bull Shed were typos. :P Oh, and I don't have any way of knowing, but I always had a feeling something bad happened to Mitch, like he was abducted right in the middle of his shift because of some gambling debts or something. I don't know. Maybe he just got sick and had to go home.
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Food: Very goodDecor: Very goodService: Very good
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Try to get a bone-in filet if they have it. Krazy good!
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very goodService: Excellent
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Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Very good
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We ordered several items to share with some friends. EVERY last one of them was great! I loved the ceviche. The people working in the shop were very friendly and helpful, too. Loved our first time here, and we'll definitely go again. And again.
Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Excellent
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Expensive, but GOOD! Ribs appetizer was ridiculously tasty!
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very goodService: Excellent
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