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John Walkenbach
Worked at J-Walk & Associates, Inc.
Attended University of Missouri–Columbia
Lives in Tucson, Arizona (USA)
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+Pamn Baptist took this photo today. Me, hugging a former tree. It's my Waterloo WL-14 LTR. I really like this guitar. The photo has something to do with Squirrely Dan. That's all I can say right now.
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Nice portrait, Pamn.
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This is just the latest case of armadillo ricochet. In April, a bullet shot by a Georgia man ricocheted off an armadillo and struck his mother-in-law in the back.
I read this headline and thought it might be from The Onion or a segment of a “MythBusters” episode: "Cass County official: Man injured after...
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You expect me to believe that guy wasn't shooting at his mother-in-law?
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I hate to say it, +Juan Cordero, but this video tops the one where we play on the pier in Guaymas.

This video is very high quality. And that guitar player is my new idol. That's exactly how I want to play.
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Count me in for any expedition up Longs Peak.
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Nailed it.
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That's how they make money from the free Windows 10 upgrades.
Procrastinators everywhere rejoiced when it was discovered that Windows 10 was bringing back everyone’s favorite time waster. But unlike the last time you played Microsoft Solitaire on your PC, this time you’ll have to pay a subscription fee just to get rid of the ads.
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In a world where being in contact with someone who has been in contact with a suspect makes you a suspect, you'd be amazed how well they can find things in your nothing to confirm their suspicions. You can't get the data back once it's out of your hands, so keeping it well under control is just good policy.
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Somewhere, under a rainbow...
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That should be a watercolor on canvas, hanging in casa J-Walk
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Mobbing: Because Owls are predators, they are feared by many birds. For this reason, they are often attacked or harassed by groups of smaller birds. This is not limited to one species, as once the attack begins, many different birds will join in. Interestingly, the Owl rarely responds to the harassment, and it is just as rare for the Owl to be injured in any way! The mobbing may succeed in forcing the Owl to move on to a different area. The retreating Owl is often pursued by the mob.

http://www.owlpages.com/articles.php?section=Owl+Physiology&title=Behaviour
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I was really referencing your original Posit about being attacked by other Birds/Groups of Birds..
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I couldn't find any backwoods hillbillies, so I had to buy this at the liquor store. Saving it for a late-night jam in Centralia.
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If you call it exfoliating, it sounds more beautifying.
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I've been reviewing page proofs for Excel 2016 Bible, and saw this edit to insert a hyphen. That was the first time she suggested such a thing, and I'm on Chapter 6. 

There's probably a book layout rule: Never start a line with a number, unless it's a numbered list.
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How much does it cost to downgrade?
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Fortunately, there are many videos that describe how to perform this task.
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Military talk.
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The latest from Clifftop. This little girl is starting out right. Banjo uke accompaniment. 
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I live next door to a family like that, but 25 years older. You guys would dig it.
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Posted on 12/12/12 at 12:12.
Spreadsheet Page Blog. Welcome to the Spreadsheet Page Blog. This is where you find the latest news on my books, add-ins, and other Excel-related topics. Comments are welcome. All Topics. Blog Home. Filter by Category. What's New? (46); Books (23); PUP (23); Enhanced Data Form (3); General (155) ...
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Oh, yeah. That VERY RARE stuff. 
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Occupation
Excel book author, amateur banjo player. Mainly unemployed, and glad to be that way.
Skills
I can do Excel macros, and there's a pretty good chance I can play banjo better than you or your next door neighbor.
Employment
  • J-Walk & Associates, Inc.
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Currently
Tucson, Arizona (USA)
Previously
San Diego (CA) - Manhattan Beach (CA) - Corvallis (OR) - Portland (OR) - Missoula (MT) - Columbia (MO) - St. Louis (MO)
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I post stuff that may or may not interest you.
Introduction
If they kept track of such things, John Walkenbach might be the world's #1 bestselling Excel book author. He used to write a popular daily blog.
Bragging rights
Licensed by the state of Arizona to carry a concealed banjo.
Education
  • University of Missouri–Columbia
    B.A., Psychology
  • University of Montana - Missoula
    M.A., Ph.D., Experimental Psychology
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Birthday
February 16, 1952
Other names
J-Walk, Mr. Spreadsheet, 約翰
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