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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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This is the best Easter photo ever taken.

Source: tsutpen.blogspot.com
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Easter Monkey!
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I'm not religious, but this site might change that.
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Another version: http://gaben.tv/ After watching press 3 on your keyboard.
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I'm thinking this bird first appeared on Wednesday when the bird feeder was full. It was able to stand on top and get seeds by pecking below. That behavior was reinforced -- and is now being extinguished.

Yours truly,
B.F Skinner
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I agree. I've been watching the birds closely since October. It's been fun seeing the migratory birds come back and stake out some territory in our yard, where the bird feeder is.

I was happy to see the white winged doves show up. They seem to be pretty stupid and fairly aggressive. But they sure are pretty when they fly away.
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From last night's 3rd Friday old time jam in Tucson. I've been playing banjo for about 8 years, and have attended many jams. To the best of my knowledge, this is the first time we've ever played a set in the key of C. Thank you, Dan Levenson.
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Got it on my list of "to be learned before I die (or get too old to pick up a banjo or fiddle)."
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I would be shirting my duty if I didn't post this.
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Not for chemise to say, but probably , no.
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See what religion does? It makes normal people ask absurdly stupid questions because they think they might not get 72 virgins if they do something wrong (or, burn in hell for eternity, depending on your religion). 
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cause non-religious people haven't been know to do stupid things or ask stupid questions.
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This song just played. Familiar song to both of us, but neither of us could ID the artist.  It's from 1959. We were both 7 years old.
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I was 9 too. My sister and another girl performed a skit to that song in a Girl Scout show. She's 3 years older than I am.
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From a compilation of jokes made by Bob Dylan:

Last night in Oklahoma City, while introducing the drummer... "He must have thought he was playing golf today because he wore two shirts, in case he gets a hole in one."
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I've had this link to all the shows for what seems like years now.

http://dsp.vscht.cz/pavelka/TTRH/index.html

Not sure why I can't find the time to sit back and listen them.
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非常好的視窗設技顯示。***(玄曲)
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It would probably give you nightmares.
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Tucson-based 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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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
John Walkenbach is (probably) the world's #1 bestselling Excel book author, and used to write a popular daily blog.
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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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J-Walk, Mr. Spreadsheet, 約翰
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A blog by John Walkenbach. Stuff that may or may not interest you.

Dan Levenson: Clawhammer Banjo, Old-Time Fiddle
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The Spreadsheet Page - Excel; Excel Books by John Walkenbach; The J-Walk Blog; SLAG - A Windows Music Player Gadget; Office Recent Files - A