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I'm mainly concerned with the end of unemployment benefits for those that are still looking for work after 6 months.  For me, doing contract work, I've not hit 6 months of unemployment, but I still think that it ought to be there for someone that is looking for work.
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Parted Magic. Not free and yet it is Free.  The GPL Does allow for this. This is an odd duck. But I guess that I like odd ducks. 5 bucks for a link or way to support a small distro that a man put some effort into. And it looks like it's working for him, and the projects that he's donating to. 

I was a little miffed at first, but I can relate to the un-employment thing and the amount of effort it takes to make a distro.  
More power to him. 

I guess the only thing that I could suggest would be to have a link for an older version that isn't supported, or something. But that might be counter productive. 
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+Matthew Williams  Yes.  From his facebook page. (He ought to be over here chatting it up when he has a chance) 

 Parted Magic |  March 22
So far this year has been better than expected. As some of you may know, we have been donating $500 per month to various open source projects. After going over the numbers it looks like we can up the amount to $1,000 for April. If you have any suggestions of what project should receive it, comment below.
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Ha! Another good thing to check out. #cli  
Linux command reference
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Why do they call it badminton? 
Be cause a real mitten just won't fly.
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I will be posting this again on Monday morning but I thought I'd post it now as well.  Take a look and see what we are up to.
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Grammar and punctuation matters. 
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Please put the toilet's lid down after using the toilet. 
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Just so that it's out there.  I had meant to say something when you first did this. 


One has to PROVE that they're able to watch your shows instead of just stream them off of your site? I have to PROVE that I've paid for cable, or some other service to watch your show.  You're really missing the mark here ABC,  Other content that is easily accessible might take precedence over yours. Other Content providers showcase their content, and allow their viewers, the fans of the shows, BTW to watch the shows at their convenience, with the ads.  By removing yourself from easy reach, your content will have more "pirating" then ever.  While I personally find it hard to consider anything "pirated" that's been aired over broadcast TV. It will be on other sites, out of your control, with no revenue stream to you at all. 

Bad move, IMHO. 
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+Nate Berry it's not always the providers bundling the networks, it is also the networks.  We have about 5 companies that own 90% of the networks.  Look at Disney (ESPNs, Disneys, ABC Family) 
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This looks great for a #Caturday  re-share. :) 
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Time for more Sci Fi from David! 
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Heh he. bread and butter stuff.
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PC Tech - Contractor
Hardware, Trouble Shooting, Image Manipulation, Jack of all PC trades, master of none.
  • CompuCom
    Win 7 Refresh Team, 2013 - 2013
    XP > Win7 Refresh team.
  • KForce
    Win 7 refresh team, 2013 - 2013
  • Stefanini
    Deskside Technician, 2013 - 2013
  • Peak Systems Inc.
    PC Refresh Team, 2012 - 2012
  • Pomeroy
    PC Tech -Field Service, 2012 - 2012
  • Trucker / Geek
    Truck Driver, 1999 - 2012
  • GTECH Corporation
    Field Service / Customer Service, 1986 - 1998
  • Arthrotek
    Customer Service / Reciving, 1999 - 1999
  • SemiLogic
    Web Researching, 1998 - 1999
  • USAF
    Air Craft Mech / Crew Cheif, 1982 - 1984
  • Pizza Connection
    Night Manager, 1981 - 1982
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Full blooded geek. Always curious how things work, and how they interact with their surroundings. Field Service Tech, Geeky Googler type. Fan of Open Source and Linux.  

A GIMP Fan and user. - Not really and artist, but I enjoy learning how to manipulate an image around with the GIMP. 

A+ Certified, Took me 10 years to get around to taking the test. I can drive anything that has 2 to 18 wheels on it.  Friend of Bill W.

If you want to pigeonhole me into a religious view,  I'll have to say that I'm a Deist. 

Started The Juiced Penguin OggCast, Had a Podcast, Randomized Radio for a short while. 
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Got Married at the 2009 Ohio Linux Fest. I now have a very cool wife & her children. We've been blessed to merge our source codes. :) And, it was also very cool that Jon Maddog Hall spoke at our wedding, and I'd be honored to reciprocate.
  • CompTIA
    A+ Cert, 2008 - 2008
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    Computers, IT, Girls, Being a Geek, 1984 - 1990
    Just life. :)
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