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Wayne Myer
Worked at Places That Would Make Your Head Spin
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Spotted today: old Asian lady* on a longboard on the Interbay bike path. You go!

*couldn't grab a pic because it's a narrow path and cyclists go whipping through there. Also, we Asian folk don't look old until, you know, we're really old.
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Late night at work. Too bad the view on my commute sucks.
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From the "Gee, we never saw that coming" department... Surprise! Customers don't like anti-consumer practices. Also, K-cups really need to go away.
As inventories of Keurig machines pile up, Keurig surrenders to disgruntled consumers.
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Lamest thing the little coffee company that went big ever did. 
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Best. Burger. Ever. You might not know this about me, but I know a thing or two about meat. H.F.S. This burger spanks all and beats anything I have ever made or had anywhere. 
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They certainly make seriously badass cocktails. I think that's the negroni. They could have poured it on the table and I would have lapped it up. 
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XPATH!

Learning can be difficult without proper instruction. Learning XPATH has been the most opaque aspect of XML I ever encountered (or maybe I'm just stupid). This diagram from (https://our.umbraco.org/wiki/reference/xslt/xpath-axes-and-their-shortcuts) clarified XPATH immensely for me. Hope it helps you.
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First morning in our new home. Today we sail to Bainbridge to live.
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Thank you, thank you. It is been quite the journey. Now we just need to
settle in and get unpacked.
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Watching the Volvo Ocean Race with auto-generated captions turned on is a really, really hilarious time. I swear, no drugs were involved. Also Open Ocean 70 races are effin' crazy to watch, even if you're not into sailing or not into racing. Highly suggested viewing.
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“I think I’m the best person for the job because I understand how the economy actually works...” <snort> Did she really say that with a straight face?
Carly Fiorina, a former chief executive of Hewlett-Packard, used her private-sector background to differentiate herself in a packed Republican field.
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from reddit "she forgot to register this domain... someone took care of it:"

http://carlyfiorina.org
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More Too Many Zooz because... damn.
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I need to see these guys live. Holy. Crap. I have long dreamed of live electronic music with brass replacing the analog synths.
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A couple boats came into dock and they have cool lighting on their transoms.
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#boatlife 😀
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My company is hiring a front end dev. We have a laid-back culture, but the learning curve is about like rocket science. I can highly suggest working here, provided you are a good cultural fit.
Your corporate job is boring you to tears but it's a stable paycheck... You've done the start-up and had a blast but it left you broke. Well, we're the best of both worlds. 7 Simple Machines...
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And then there's the location....
All those blasted Kenmore Air takeoffs, and being the first to know when the 12's flag is flying atop the Needle. That does not suck!
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Awesome cook, long-distance cyclist, and a software engineer that likes to make hardware cry "uncle."
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Knuckle-dragging, mouth-breathing, foul-mouthed, ill-tempered, barely smarter than a bag of broken hammers, slightly more fun than a kidney stone, and better looking than a poke in the eye with a sharp stick.
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Able to ride my bicycle very long distances without any support and without sleeping.
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Portland OR - Seattle WA - Boston MA - NYC - Lagrangeville NY - Albany NY - Durham NC - Palm Coast FL - Klamath Falls OR - Saugerties NY - Palenville NY - Wappingers Falls NY
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Good service, good sweet potato fries and maduros. Really lame Cubano and Mai Tai. Couldn't even bother to finish them. The Mai Tai tasted like a sugar bomb of cheap fruit juice; there may have been a bottle of alcohol in the same room when it was made. The Cubano was made with dried out, bland pork, bland ham, tasteless Swiss cheese, a scant smattering of bland diced pickles, and yellow mustard (?!)(did you just pick the cheapest ingredients possible and hope nobody would notice?). At least the sandwich was pressed thin. But that's all that can be said for it.
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
Fair pizza, great service. The pizza reminds me a Pizza Hut pan pizza, but made with much better ingredients. Crust could have been more crispy; it was a touch underdone.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Excellent delivery service, excellent phone ordering process, superlative crust on par with some of the best in Portland, which are on par with NYC pizza. Middling sauce, lame cheese, poor choice of topping ingredients... these detract from an otherwise amazing crust. Their crust is so damn good that it overrides the low-quality toppings. I will still order from them again and did I mention their service is top notch? Glad these guys are nearby but I wish they would upgrade their sauce and cheese. Decor above is actually an N/A since I ordered delivery, but I didn't want to ding them for something I didn't experience.
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Food: Very GoodDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
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Amazing food. The Cubano is the best I have had anywhere. Don't miss the fried plantains. Perfect combination of crispy and tender, and the aioli is good enough to eat with a spoon. So far, you can't go wrong with anything on the menu. The atmosphere is like a cafe with emphasis on the food. My only "complaint" is that I wished I lived closer.
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