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Vynce Montgomery
Attended Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Lives in Alameda, CA USA
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#2048 i think i did it wrong. 
(final score the very pretty 6882) 
#DIVE by +Alex Fink http://alexfink.github.io/dive/)
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Awesome.  You don't even know how long I've been trying to pull that off.  (1024 is much easier.)
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#Allergic  to #potatoes ? Allergic to #corn ? Don't worry!  Simply™ #Quinoa chips have both!

Other than that, they're pretty good, though. 
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"I know what you mean".
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um, no.
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I'm really not sure I even want to, any more.
You can't, can you? You can't. You can't. You can't, you can't, you can't, can you?
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I need to refind my optimism.
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s/find/forge/

FIFY.
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Dear Yahoo! -- 

Seriously?  The certificate you serve for https://yui.yahooapis.com/pure/0.5.0/pure-min.css is invalid.

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What, some bunch of yahoos working on the inside?
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Dear +Google Chrome Developers : why doesn't chrome://plugins/ -> details include a link to update each plugin? 
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Dear #PINAC  

I love your content, but your website advertising sucks. Please consider using only less aggressive advertisers and possibly some voluntary crowd-funding.
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Dude, hold it for me. I know Becca will want that.
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Dear Google: when searching for images, why are none of the type options good for finding a webcomic? that's what i spend most of my image search time searching for.
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That's too bad, I like luck 
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(Dammit, google.  why did you drop support for the 5-star rating system lab in google music?)
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Crowdfunding public education -- it's like a bake sale with no baking, but, you know, that's OK. I talked to so of the people who work at this school tonight. It's got a lot of the same things going for it that my elementary school did -- the rare intersection of public school, vision, and intention. It also happens to be ESL and largely disadvantaged youth, and a fairly new school.  But it's got a computer lab of 25 Windows XP machines.

yuck.
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Because in reality they involve completely different skill sets and mechanisms to accomplish. You can't get the money from the same people. You can't use the same tactics to raise it. And the results are vastly different. A candidate involves bundling all sorts of issues together, so you have to approach the complications of people who support your issue not supporting your candidate for other reasons.

That's kind of like saying if you have the time to make a pillow fort, why don't you have the time to solve a calculus problem? Some people are good at making pillow forts, but can't do calculus. If you happen to be good at the latter and less good at the former, go for it. But don't knock the people who are actually contributing positively in the ways that they can accomplish.
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Geek, Programmer, Juggler
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Juggling, Unicycling, Perl, JavaScript, Board games, English, Pig Latin, American Sign Language
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Alameda, CA USA
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Louisville, KY - Richmond, VA - Troy, NY - Berkeley, CA
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A Joker with no Jokes, a Jester with no Queen.
Introduction
I dream big and in full color.  I make up songs and sing them off key.  I write Perl when I can and JavaScript when I should.
Bragging rights
Qualified 3 balls in one hand, unicycled 20 miles in a day, free mount ... sometimes
Education
  • Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
    Engineering Physics, 1993 - 1994
  • Sage College
    1995 - 1995
  • St. Xavier High School
    1989 - 1993
  • Clover Hill High School
    math, 1988 - 1989
  • Swift Creek Middle School
    1985 - 1989
  • J. Graham Brown School
    1981 - 1985
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Vincent Leo Montgomery
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Fantastic little place for lunch in this neighborhood. Fresh delicious food is plated as you watch, and the friendly staff are as open to minor modifications as they can be. I had some delicious melt-in-your mouth braised pork belly, served on a generously balanced portion of vegetables. I believe the menu changes often -- daily? -- and that there's always a vegetarian option.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
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I usually go for the Mexi-Mochas, but the selection of teas and tisanes is phenomenal. Try one of the ginger brews while you use the Free Wifi. One whole wall is covered in bulk teas; the others feature local artists. Outside is a lovely patio with both sunny and shady places to sit. As for food, it's mostly light items, with baked goods, eggs, salads, etc., with lots of vegetarian options, even a few vegan, plus a few meaty things for those who like that. The staff are all quite friendly and helpful; they seem to be there because they like it. They also manage to quite tactfully enforce the strict "no phone calls" rule, which helps keep the place welcoming. Plus, they have great taste in music, which is played at a good volume to allow conversation and a relaxed atmosphere. Tuesday evenings there's even live music, and Thursdays are a communal craft day.
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Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago