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Jake Latham
Works at United States Postal Service
Attended Missouri University of Science and Technology
Lives in Rolla, MO
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Gotta love winter weather.
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You seem to have a reverse snow dance affect on things.
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Amphioctopus marginatus, also known as the coconut octopus and veined octopus, is a medium-sized cephalopod belonging to the genus Amphioctopus. It is found in tropical waters of the western Pacific Ocean. It commonly preys upon shrimp, crabs, and clams, and displays unusual behaviour, including bipedal walking and gathering and using coconut shells and seashells for shelter.
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Anyone want to throw a round of disc golf? 
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Hehe yeah, mine was an accident too, a few of us were throwing a frisbee around and she forgot to look!
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Will Xbox 360 and Android imports be banned in the United States? http://go.ign.com/KXqFon
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Google's about to be wishing it hadn't made that 'do no evil' pledge if it gets the x-box 360 banned over standards-essential patents!
Motorola's hope to ban Xbox also offends Nokia, Intel, Cisco, and Activision.
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My Venus transit photos from the Missouri S&T observatory.
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Just scored insane points in round one on Scramble.
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This is way scarier than any recent alien attacks at the theatres....
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Education
  • Missouri University of Science and Technology
    Environmental Engineering, 2009 - 2011
  • Missouri State University
    Wildlife Conservation and Management, 1998 - 2003
  • Jefferson College
    Engineering Pre-Requisites, 2007 - 2009
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  • United States Postal Service
    City Carrier, 2013 - present
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De Soto, MO - Flagstaff, AZ
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Tiny chameleons found on island off Madagascar - CSMonitor.com
www.csmonitor.com

A chameleon that could rest on the head of a match has been discovered by scientists on a island off Madagascar. The scientists also announc

Engineers create cell phone-based sensor for detection of E. coli
www.physorg.com

(PhysOrg.com) -- Researchers from the UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science have developed a new cell phone–based flu

xkcd: Cadbury Eggs
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I'm visiting Newport News, VA next week, where I'll be speaking at CNU, my old school. If you want to come, reserve a seat here! Cad

Census data shows minorities now a majority of U.S. births
www.usatoday.com

More than half of all babies born last year were members of minority groups, the first time in U.S. history.

Google gets first self-driven car license in Nevada
www.chicagotribune.com

(Reuters) - Google's self-driven cars will soon be appearing on Nevada roads after the state's Department of Motor Vehicles approved on Mo

U.S. has learned "hard lessons" from Vietnam War: Obama
www.chicagotribune.com

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama honored Vietnam War veterans on Monday, saying the United States had learned "hard lesson

SEALs free U.S., Dane hostages in Somalia - CBS News
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Jessica Buchanan and Danish colleague working for demining charity rescued by American Special Forces; 9 suspects killed in firefight

Russia under intense pressure not to veto Syria resolution at UN
www.guardian.co.uk

Western and Arab governments try to persuade Moscow to accept resolution calling on Bashar al-Assad to step down

Mark Purdy: Expect San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh to continue ag...
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Jim Harbaugh was not over the defeat. That was as plain as the khaki pants he wears to every Monday media session. Harbaugh was not eager to

Newsreader 'who buried Putin' becomes internet star - The Times of India
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A newsreader who slipped up and said bloggers were debating whether Prime Minister Vladimir Putin should be buried has become an internet se

Lost dolphin wanders into Calif. wetlands
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Marine mammal experts decided to wait and see whether a dolphin that strayed into a shallow wetlands channel can find its way out.

AT&T to unlock iPhones for customers whose contracts are over
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Starting Sunday, AT&T will let iPhone customers who are off contract with the carrier unlock their iPhones, meaning they can use them on

New super-Earth planet spurs hope for billions more
www.sfgate.com

Astronomers have detected a rocky "super-Earth" planet orbiting a nearby star in a region where life could possibly exist, a finding that le

'Moneyball' statistics in surprising World Series
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Baseball's new world champs locked down their title in a two-run inning that consisted of three walks and two hit batters. The entire World

Police Use of GPS Devices Limited by U.S. Supreme Court - Businessweek
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The U.S. Supreme Court put new limits on the power of police to track criminal suspects’ cars using GPS signals, ruling for the first time o

Room for improvement? Apple’s options for the next iPhone’s camera | Ars...
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The iPhone's camera is already pretty capable, so where can it go from here?

Flight of Chen Guangcheng, Chinese Rights Lawyer, Thrills Dissidents
www.nytimes.com

The improbable escape of Chen Guangcheng is emboldening China’s human rights community, even as the authorities have begun rounding up those

MIT develops fog resistant, glare-free glass, it's clearly amazing (video)
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It sounds like it's not just us that spend half our sweet time with lint-free cloth in hand. Researchers at MIT have developed

St. Louis Ram's Jason Smith reworks contract, takes pay cut
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St. Louis Rams offensive tackle Jason Smith agreed to restructure his contract this week.