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John Walkenbach
Worked at J-Walk & Associates, Inc.
Attended University of Missouri–Columbia
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Interesting. Even Republicans can only take so much B.S. from the candidates. 
Meanwhile in Vermont... A hardcore conservative Tea Partier has a Bernie sign... It is a real thing. Now before you all naysayers say "It's just Republicans who want Bernie to win so they can beat ...
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This screen capture from Raw Story pretty much sums up the best of what the Republican presidential candidates have to offer to their base.
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It would make for great comedy, if only everyone could see it that way.
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Click to read an excerpt. Would be be a good running mate for Bernie Sanders? Or is he too scandal-ridden?
What would our founders make of this nightmare?
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If there's any money left, I've got a few opinions I'd be happy to unload.
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John Belushi in drag ?
Ya don't believe me ... check the chest hair :-)
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OK, now it's legal. So which of you guys want to marry me?

Anyone??
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You nuthin but a Ho !  ... this is the Jerry Springer set, right ?
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Another buffoon wants to lead our country.

Bobby was raised Hindu, and converted to Christianity in high school. When he received a personalized Bible as a birthday present he dismissed it as a boring gift that he couldn’t even re-gift. Friends grew tired of trying to convert him, but they didn’t give up. Throughout high school, Bobby wrestled with the Lord and the work that He was doing in his life. He dug out his Bible and read it cover to cover. In high school, while watching a grainy film about the Crucifixion of Jesus, Bobby surrendered his life to Christ and has never looked back.
In high school, Bobby could be seen at LSU home football games, not because his family had season tickets, but because he worked in the concession stands. It was just another example of Bobby working for everything he ever got.
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So I have read the Bible, The Koran (in English) The Rig-Veda , Tibetan Book of the Dead, The Egyptian Book of the Dead, The Princpia Discorda, amongst others, and the only God(dess) that has spoken to me is Eris (and I may have been very drunk at the time!). Should I run for office on a platform of Chaos & Discord?

Footprints in the Sand...the Discordian version
I dreamed that I was walking down the beach with the Goddess. And
I looked back and saw footprints in the sand. But sometimes there
were two pairs of footprints and sometimes there was only one.
And the times there was only one set of footprints, those were my
times of greatest trouble. So I asked the Goddess,
"Why in my greatest need did you abandon me?"
She replied, "I never left you. Those were the times we both
hopped on one foot."
And I was really embarrassed for bothering Her with such a stupid
question.
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These spots will be showing in theaters across the country, because that's exactly what people who just paid huge sums of money to watch a movie want to see: an extra commercial before the film they paid to see telling them them to stop being dirty pirates...
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So, in addition to the useless 'silence your cell phone' spot, we will have to endure these.

Heh, just one more reason to steal the movie and watch it at home on the high def screen.
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He need to sit his ass down and get back in his cage 
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Mmmm... rocks.
Last week I paid a visit to the San Diego County Fair in Del Mar, and while there discovered they had an exhibit of rocks that look like food, which is a theme we've explored before here on WU (see The Original Rock Dinner and Stone Pie). So in these…
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That tablecloth ain't going anywhere. 
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Airplanes do tend to have a certain smell. 
You know the smell. It’s hard to describe, but the second you step on an airplane, a flood of familiarity flies up your nostrils. Airplane smell is equal parts comforting and off-putting. And it’s actually a little bit dangerous. But what is it exactly?
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When you take humans from sea level up to 41000 feet, all the fluids and gasses in their body expand due to the reduced pressure. Some of it needs to escape so they don't pop. Flight attendants repeat this process several times a day, several days a week...for decades. They also walk up and down the aisles, delivering food and drinks. And crop dusting.
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"This is a great day,” said Chicago resident David Snyder, one of millions of Americans who paused for a moment while trying to determine if their preferred doctor was in-network, checking on the status of an outstanding claim, or fighting a dubious charge that had appeared on their latest billing statement in order to revel in the court’s landmark ruling. “I can’t even say how big a relief it is that—hello? Hello? Dammit, they fucking hung up on me!”
WASHINGTON—Following the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold crucial portions of the Affordable Care Act, citizens across the country reportedly took a brief break Thursday from waiting on hold with their insurance providers to celebrate.
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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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Tagline
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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