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Glenn Snead
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Attended Webster University
Lives in Fairfax, Va
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Cool scythe, but Crom is your God and he lives in the Earth.
It's time these kids learn the Riddle of Steel and see the sword Conan's father made for him.
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They already make high quality replicas of that sword.
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Is this the fact of reel capitalism or socialist protectionism?
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Is one more of my favorite Republicans ready to fall?
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I think the dislikes stem from apathy.  Millenials are too busy trying to pay down enormous debts to worry about the world or the future.  One reason why so many Boomers were part of a counter culture, is they could afford (via Mom and Dad but also through a few jobs) a college education.  The modern labor and education markets are skewed towards indebtedness.  Broke people don't rise up, they hunker down.
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So the most authentic sit-com on today is "Two Broke Girls."
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"Internet Archive releases hundreds of classic game console ROMs" http://feeds.arstechnica.com/~r/arstechnica/index/~3/DoD2FiRXlWI/
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Each to guess why my movie is late?
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I can read the word "start" but not the F word.
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Why independent peer review is vital to the truth.
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Nat, any time you want to put on that much pleather and shoot a video, feel free.
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http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0004598.html
We haven't doubled the size of our military since 2000.  Something this guy obviously hasn't researched.
Yes a smaller Army would mean fewer wars.  One thing about having a large standing Army is that our disconnected politicians tend to use it as an alternative to diplomacy or when diplomacy fails.  Our problems in the mid-east stem from foreign policy decisions made since the 50s.  Not the actions of a single president.  The Navy on the other hand plays a huge role in keeping navigational choke points free for navigation.  They can't be an effective invasion force.  The Marines aren't large enough to take an hold a country, but they aren't meant to be.  The Air Force is changing.  Like it or not, drones are a far more acceptable risk than a high cost asset like a pilot.  We won't see drone air bridges but we will see drone close air support and air superiority missions.  
As for nukes, at one point the GOP (their God Ronald Regan) signed a huge arms reduction treaty with the USSR.  Their protest over Obama's agreement is pure political theater and a useful control tool for the party faithful.  
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It requires no energy because the batteries are recharged by capturing energy from the cleaning process?  So this is the fabled perpetual motion machine?  Some how I doubt that.
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Wow Jenna Coleman just might be the coolest companion ever.
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Work
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Network Operations Shift Lead
Employment
  • BRMi
    Systems Engineer, 2013 - present
    Supporting a development environment. Lots of juicy console time = Happy camper!
  • General Dynamics
    Network Operations Shift Lead, 2010 - 2013
    The center of the storm. NOC Shift Leader -- I'm technical plus I have to deal with all sorts of personalities. A real case of pleasure spiked with pain.
  • NCI Inc
    Network Analyst, 2007 - 2010
    Warm and cozy in the Cheyenne Mountain Command Center.
  • USAF (Officer)
    Communications Officer, 2001 - 2007
  • USAF (Airman)
    Information Manager / LAN Admin, 1996 - 2001
  • WWBT-12
    Satelite Coordinator, 1994 - 1996
  • Circuit City
    Answer City Help Desk Tech, 1994 - 1996
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Fairfax, Va
Previously
Woodbridge, Va - Virginia - Fountain, Co - Valdosta, Ga - Altus OK
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Single IT Service Center Shift Leader.  Happy as a clam.
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Cancer Survivor - Hairy Cell Leukemia, Proud 12-Year Veteran
Education
  • Webster University
    Government Contracting, 2005 - 2006
  • Webster University
    Management Information Systems, 1998 - 2000
  • Radford University
    Communicaitons, 1990 - 1994
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RFID tags optimise data accuracy and streamline management of critical transportation.

Amazon wants to deliver your groceries, in addition to everything else
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After five years of testing in Seattle, Los Angeles and San Francisco up next.

If one politician has his way, sci-fi's gonna be mandatory in school
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What if it wasn’t just the geeks who read Isaac Asimov and Arthur C. Clarke? What if science fiction was mandatory reading for all students?

Google+
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Real-life sharing rethought for the web, wherever you are. Google+ for mobile makes sharing the right things with the right people a lot sim

Towel Day - Celebrating the life and work of Douglas Adams
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Towel Day is an annual celebration on the 25th of May, as a tribute to the late author Douglas Adams (1952-2001). On that day, fans around t

Google Drive leaked screenshots show up to 5GB free storage
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The long-rumored Google Drive is reportedly on the verge of launching, and leaked screenshots indicate that all users could get 5GB of free

Apple supplier in violation of labor and safety rules, outside audit says
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The Fair Labor Association conducted an in-depth audit of Apple supplier Foxconn's factories, and found many labor and safety violations. Fo

Ubuntu for Android | Ubuntu
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Benefits for network operators. Deliver the enterprise next-gen desktop in a single device; Drive adoption of 4G handsets, as online apps li

Surprise: Amazon "strongly supports" new sales tax bill
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Amazon is on board with collecting sales tax so long as states agree to radically simplify the process. Nearly half of all US states have al

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The latest unibody aluminum MacBooks are fantastic, and I truly love mine, but I found out quickly that the aluminum surface doesn’t take ki

Ubuntu Vibes | Daily Ubuntu Linux Updates
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Ubuntu Vibes is a blog that brings latest news, tips and tricks about Linux, Ubuntu and Open Source Softwares

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Award-winning falafel and a hip, late-night hangout. Garnish bar with sauces, salads, pickles and dressings. Raves: Michelin, The Washington

A Real House on a Very Tight Budget
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A look at the latest design from Rural Studio's $20K House project, which aims to build a model home for under $20,000.

Sir Isaac Newton's life rendered as KML • The Register
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Forget biographies in conventional books. Forget e-books too, while you're at it. A pair of Italian boffins have mashed up the the idea

Japan, Russia in plan for elephant to birth CLONE MAMMOTH • The Register
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The Register® — Biting the hand that feeds IT. Hardware; Software; Music & Media; Networks; Security; Cloud; Public Sector; Business; Sc

This American Life retracts hugely popular episode on Apple and China
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Radio show today retracted its most popular episode, a piece looking at Apple and the Chinese workers who make its products. Host Ira Glass

Could fixing healthcare be as simple as a checklist?
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We tend to believe that when it comes to medicine, specialization, individual brilliance, and high tech solutions are the way forward. But A

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Black budget robot carries on its unknown task. By Brid-Aine Parnell • Get more from this author. Posted in Government, 1st December 2011 13

If you get stationed here, do three things: 1. Get your CDCs, CCAF, and Bachelor's degree done. 2. Buy a car/truck that is hyper reliable. One you can put 50K miles on it. Use it when you save up some leave and go exploring. If you never lived out West, trust me. You need time to get there. 3. Deploy. Only a handful of people in AETC deploy. This can help set you apart, unless you're SF. SF always deploys, so don't be the one left behind.
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This is the place for your broken or old electronics. M-Sat 9:00-8:30 Sun 9:00-5:30
Quality: ExcellentAppeal: Very goodService: Excellent
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Stick with appetizers for lunch, and bring a friend. Burp 7
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Great place just up the street from our hotel. Worth the trio into the cool San Fran night.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
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reviewed 2 years ago
Come hungry! This place doesn't do small portions. Oh and the food - to die for!
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