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Miguel Rodriguez
Attended Loyola University New Orleans
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CERN votes to admit Israel as newest full member
GENEVA (AP) — The governing council of the world's top particle physics lab has unanimously voted to accept Israel as a full member. The European Organization for Nuclear Research, known as CERN, says Israel will be admitted as a full member — the first non-European country to achieve that ...
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Mars One to send unmanned probe to Mars, broadcast mission live on earth in 2018 via @engadget
Sending humans to Mars is a multi-step process, and today, the Mars One project -- you know, the folks who aim to colonize the Red Planet and fund the
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An Open Letter to President Barack Obama

"Mr. President, be bold and embrace a vision of planetary exploration at NASA"

Stand with Bill: Write the President and your Elected Officials >>
http://www.planetary.org/blogs/bill-nye/20131205-an-open-letter-to-the-president.html
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On November 2nd I will attempt to play video games for 25 consecutive hours to help raise money for children's hospitals. This is the fourth year in which I've participated in this event and with thousands of other gamers we have really made an impact in the lives of children who need our help. You can help out by visiting my page and making a contribution of any amount which will go to CHRISTUS Santa Rosa in San Antonio, or you can look around at other groups and participants and find someone playing for a hospital in your local area.

If you do nothing else, please +1 and share this status, or anyone else's Extra Life status, to raise awareness of the drive and help those kids who are struggling find a little kindness, excitement and assistance in their difficult lives.
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One more screen than me. You bastard.
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At my new job I have 4 but 3 aren't wide...
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World's Thinnest Mechanical Watch Is as Thick as Two Stacked Quarters
You don't think it's only laptop, tablet, and smartphone designers that go the extra mile to make their devices thinner and thinner do you? Watch makers are constantly battling each other for the same notoriety, and now Piaget has reclaimed the title of 'world's thinnest mechanical watch' with its new Altiplano 38mm 900P that measures in at 3.65mm--making it thinner than many digital alternatives.
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Orion SpaceProbe 130 ST unboxing. Just as I finished assembling it my right ascension drive and eyepiece camera arrived. Now, go away, clouds.
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Yeah. I was so disappointed that the skies were grey days before the rain. I'm hoping to take some stacked and time lapse photos of ISON if it doesn't explode before I get the chance.
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How to make your home smell like a coffee shop in 250 easy text messages.
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My Leap Motion controllers came in yesterday. So far I've dissected a skull and made crappy art with my hands. One step closer to having Tony Stark's setup.
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Yes. If you spread your fingers it works just fine. People be ham-fisting their Leap Motions.
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Pre-register your subscription service with BlueStacks and get your GamePop for free through the end of the month!
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  • Loyola University New Orleans
    Music Industry Studies, 2002 - 2006
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I like to study. That doesn't mean I'm a big fan of organized education. It serves it's purposes, but I'm an observer and a collector of data and information and knowledge and all that junk that is easier to skim over than to swallow.

Basically, I'm a big dork.

I like strategy games. Card games, word games, board games... if it involves the mind more than luck, I'm down. I enjoy playing chess, collectible card games, and I want to get better at Go. Anyone interested in being a part of a Go club in the San Marcos area, here is your open invitation.

I love mechanical puzzles. A lot. I have a huge Rubik's cube collection, and I've yet to come across the puzzle I cannot solve. Except for this one stupid Japanese one I can't put back together, grr.

I always have at least one deck of playing cards on or near me at all times. You never know when you'll need one. Most people would call my collection of playing cards "obsessive." I just really like them.

I usually have my nose in a book or magazine, and I put as much stock into reading Lucky as I do Scientific American. I haven't read many novels recently. I find myself attracted more to history books, collections of folklore, and short stories as of late. Point me in the direction of something good, where the author isn't obviously masturbating over the main character, or making the characters sparkle, and I'll give it a shot.

I like to make things, with my hands and with my mind. I'm just as comfortable soldering electronics or repairing furniture as I am with needle and thread or stringing beads. What can I say? I'm a crafty kind of guy. My place of power is a fabric store.

I would love to travel, but haven't been able to as much as I would like. I'm just as happy, though, taking road trips to somewhere I've never been (or to no predetermined location, I like random adventures) as I would be visiting a foreign country.

I used to teach guitar in New Orleans, and still give lessons to willing and eager students, when I can find any. I primarily play classical and fingerstyle, but I can teach ANY aspiring musician their way around a fretboard. If you can clap along with music, I can teach you basic guitar (If you can't clap along with music...we can work with that! But really? Not even simple beats?).

I'd rather spend all day shopping than all night partying (but partying is fun, too!). It's not that I dislike social events, I'll be the first person at a party and the last one to leave. I just get more out of a day at the mall, trying on clothes and putting together new outfits or picking out things for my room. I could use a shopping buddy.

I consider myself a nice guy. My attitude is laid back and relaxed, but my life is generally fast-paced. There aren't enough hours in the day to get everything done, and I fear not enough days left in my life to do everything that I want. Each day is an opportunity to find, learn, or experience something new.
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