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The one year anniversary of my Subaru #BRZ . I had her detailed today as an anniversary present.

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To anyone still reading/looking at or discovering this stream, the me you really want is over here. This me is done. The other me is the new goodness.

So there’s this jacket I bought when I was 17 that I still like and still wear now that I’m 34. Having the same jacket for half my life is a little strange. And soon I will have had that jacket for more of my life than I have not had it, ok. But then I realized I’ve worn that jacket to every job I’ve ever had. That sort of blew my mind. Every job. Maybe that’s crazy, or maybe I was just awake too late and facinated by trivial things.

For the first time last night I ran into pumpkins so tough that none of our carving utensils or kitchen knives could get though. Good thing I had a power drill and jig saw on hand. Problem solved. And now get I feel extra manly for having used power tools to carve pumpkins. Or as manly as you can feel being an adult and just having admitted to carving jack-o-lanterns.

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Woot! More goodness.
Some of you have probably been playing with the Google+ API we launched a few weeks ago, and I'm excited to announce some new features.

Today my team is rolling out the ability to search people and public posts and retrieve comments, +1'ers, and resharers.

Questions? Feedback? Feature requests? Join us over in our developer discussions board on developers.google.com.

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Wow. Transformers Dark of the Moon, that was the best 7.1 sound I have ever heard. Amazing. I don’t care what you think of the move (it’s awesome by the way) watching it for the Dolby 7.1 TrueHD is worth it alone. If you have the setup you have to have this movie.

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Excessive clamping? Yeah, probably. Do I care? Not one bit. Using seven clamps the seams on the table legs turned out nearly perfect. And can you really use too many clamps?
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