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Scott C. Martin
Works at Open Systems, Inc.
Attended St. Cloud State University
Lives in Savage, MN
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I created a handy flowchart. http://en.ilovecoffee.jp/posts/view/166
This handy flowchart from The Oatmeal will help you determine whether or not now is a good time to put some coffee in your face.
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You look like you could use some encouragement. You! The one who has accomplished amazing feats on more than one occasion! It boggles the mind that a person such as you needs to be bolstered in this way, and yet here we are. Shall we begin, you amazing…
You look like you could use some encouragement. You! The one who has accomplished amazing feats on more than one occasion!
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With Thanksgiving safely behind us, I reflected this weekend on what I enjoy most about spending time with my siblings (two brothers and a sister). Things have changed since we’ve grown older and more frail, and chief among those changes is that we no…
Roughhousing is “beating the crap out of your sibling in the presence of parental supervision.” So why do siblings roughhouse, and what has it taught me?
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Well, at least it feels warmer than it actually is.
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This is what I would call a brilliant idea. This is a fitted sheet, and halfway along each edge, there's a tag that either says "SIDE" or "TOP OR BOTTOM." Given that without fail, whenever you put a sheet on a bed, you end up putting it on the wrong way first, this makes me ask two questions:

(1) Why the hell doesn't every fitted sheet do this?

(2) Would these guys be interested in manufacturing some USB connectors, while they're at it?
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It has come to my attention that most culinary schools don’t have athletic teams or mascots. How can this be? Culinary arts students are missing out on a crucial aspect of college life: a team to rally behind (or, in my college experience, totally…
Most culinary schools don't have a team to rally behind (or totally ignore). Time to fix that!
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It's just one of them days, when I wanna be all alone
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After complaining for much of the winter of 2013-2014 (with good reason), I made a solemn vow that I wasn’t going to be such a crybaby if the winter of 2014-2015 was equally treacherous. I decided to continue my summer tradition of daily lunchtime walks…
Walking in wintertime Minnesota is a wonderful way to exercise and experience the wonder of nature. It could also kill you.
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They've developed a robot that keeps goal as poorly as I do. Uncanny, really.
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If phantoms, ghouls, and monsters want to cross into the living world and wreak havoc, what better opportunity than your workplace Halloween party? Here are some tips to tell the difference between normal and paranormal behavior as you try to survive your…
If phantoms, ghouls, and monsters want to cross into the living world and wreak havoc, what better opportunity than your workplace Halloween party?
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Now that my kids have completed autumn parent-teacher conferences, I can’t help but marvel at how much of their lives are measured, tested, evaluated, and commented-upon. How would I hold up under that level of scrutiny in the School of Life?
Now that my kids have completed another round of parent-teacher conferences, I can’t help but marvel at how much of their lives are measured, tested, evaluated, and commented-upon. How would I hold up under that level of scrutiny in the School of Life?
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Hennepin County Library's profile photo
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Communications Specialist, Technical Writer, Marketing Copywriter
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  • Open Systems, Inc.
    Communications Specialist, 2006 - present
  • Focus Financial Network, Inc.
    Operations Manager, 1998 - 2006
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Savage, MN
Previously
Bloomington, MN - San Diego, CA
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Mild-mannered writer by day, mild man by night.
Education
  • St. Cloud State University
    English, 1994 - 1996
  • Normandale Community College
    Liberal Arts, 1991 - 1994
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