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Afraz Ahmadzadeh
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For a longer duration -- and more excitement -- than I care to admit, I thought there was a country called Afraz. There isn't :(
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Today I am more awesome than you because I made this.
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Yup, up until those pics the jury was still out, but you sir, were definitely more awesome than I today.
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This person exists. Enjoy the rest of your day.
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Some people look at this and say "Meh, publicity stunt", but I think that misses the point.

The real story here is that we've become the kind of society where it is more profitable for a large corporation to spend it's advertising money helping people we all agree need help.
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+Stephen Nelson-Smith and that's all I have to say about that.
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£219 from +MADE.COM, or 20 minutes with me and a couple of  power-tools :) AND MINE HAS WHEEL LOCKS!

http://www.made.com/legion-pallet-table-natural

Theft is the sincerest form of not paying for something.

P.S. Sorry for stealing your idea +MADE.COM, but you know what they say; "Afraz is a bastard".
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I was about to go "YOU PAID 200 QUID FOR A PALLET?" but then I read your post again. like
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:) I was thinking the same thing, only without the irony.
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#googleplustip  If you don't want to take the (not-so) custom URL that Google thinks you should have, just use your still working profile one. e.g.:

https://profiles.google.com/afrazkhan

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Infrastructure design and automation using: Linux, Puppet, Git, Ruby, KVM, and other things that are awesome ;)
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    DevOp, 2012 - present
  • Atalanta Systems
    Infrastructure Designer / Systems Administrator, 2011 - 2012
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    Infrastructure Designer / Systems Administrator, 2011 - 2011
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    I.T. Manager / DevOp / Systems Administrator, 2010 - 2011
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Richard Dawkins Interviews Creationist Wendy Wright (Part 1/7)
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Automatically backup SMS, MMS and call log entries using a separate label in Gmail / Google Calendar. It is also possible to restore SMS and

In publishing Morrissey's autobiography as a classic, Penguin has destro...
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People are having a pop at Morrissey for apparently demanding that his autobiography be published as a Penguin Classic. Not a modern classic

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Imgur is used to share photos with social networks and online communities, and has the funniest pictures from all over the Internet.

Murder Files
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Murder has never been so puzzling! Find out Whodunnit in the #1 Murder Mystery game, now available for Google Chrome.

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Flightradar24 is the best live flight tracker that shows air traffic in real time. Best coverage and cool features!

The Onion - America's Finest News Source
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The Onion, America's Finest News Source, is an award-winning publication covering world, national, and * local issues. It is updated daily o

Why Everyone Is Pissed Off About Google Chrome's Sound Security | Threat...
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There's much gnashing of teeth today over the discovery that Google Chrome lets you -- or anyone using your computer -- see the plaintext we

Higher Refresh Rates In LCD TVs: Do They Make A Difference? | AVguide
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These days, most, if not all, of the latest LCD flat panel models in the middle and upper pricing tiers feature either 120 Hz (double) or 24

The 5 Worst Kinds of Album Every Music Fan Has Bought
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Sometimes you open that box and the disc inside just isn't what you ordered, and you didn't think they could find a way to ruin such a nomin

5 Shockingly Crazy Ideas Behind Huge Scientific Discoveries
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Some of the most important innovators in history were just as interested in voodoo as they were in science, and often stumbled across their

The 6 Most Outrageous Bluffs In the History of War
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4 Harmless Creatures That Are Now Terrorizing Humans
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These four seemingly harmless creatures have recently begun waging psychological warfare on humanity, and we have no idea why.

5 Mind-Blowing Ways Your Senses Lie to You Every Day
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We're pretty sure the thing your brain does best is convince you that it works. But it doesn't take much to spot the bizarre little flaws in

Seth's Blog: Appropriate cheating in the nine-dot problem
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All geeks, nerds and puzzle folks are aware of the nine-dot problem, along with the lesson it is frequently used to present. Here's a pencil

KanbanFlow
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Fast and flexible Kanban tool with support for the Pomodoro technique.

Because everything is better in The Netherlands,...
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Because everything is better in The Netherlands, a library information desk made entirely out of books. Best thing since the Bibliochaise ch

Creators of my favourite crispy pizza in London. Despite what my svelte figure would have you believe, I have eaten _a great deal_ of pizza in my life. This is my favourite, or at least up there in shared first place. Bear in mind that my tastes are pretty simple though. The toppings and sauce are fairly average, but the base makes up for it. Properly crispy, but airy where it needs to be. To quote the wise Noam Chomsky; "Yummy yummy yummy, I got food in my tummy". The place itself is average, you could definitely get away with taking a date here, but not if you're looking to impress. Not great for groups over 5 either, as it's fairly small and packed together. The staff are friendly, and the prices are competitive, for where it is.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Enjoyable decor, average food. So what is this? A Mexican restaurant? I couldn't quite tell, it's a weird place. The food does the job, typical of what you're probably after if you're looking up Mexican food; fajitas, nachos, etc. Not the best I've had, but definitely above average. The prices were about right too. The place itself though, is what gets the extra star. It seems to be a fairly relaxed work area, as well as a cocktail bar and restaurant. There were a couple of people working with their laptops out, and this appeared to be legit usage. I enjoyed the environment too, from the mural to the furniture and woodwork. Nice place to hang out.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Pakistani food for people who like Pakistani food, served in something not unlike a school canteen. If you've ever been to an Indian restaurant where the inoffensiveness of the decor is matched only by the that of the food, you'll know exactly what not to expect here. This is not a place where they tone down the flavour to appease cries of "I don't like it. It is too hot", where "is too hot" just means "has flavour". Nor do they seem bothered about the school canteen vibe the cheap chairs and tables give. This all makes it an ideal place for meeting up with friends for tasty, cheap food. Plenty of space, accommodating staff (mostly), and you don't have to worry about getting the tablecloth oily. Because it doesn't exist. It could also be a good place to take a first date, if you want to test your theory that your beauty will win over anything terrible you do that night. N.B. That is some kind of joke right there. Do not take anybody here on a first date. In fact, you might want to wait until you've trapped them into the relationship with a baby or something. There are a few of these scattered around South London. I've only been to two of them, and they were both about the same.
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reviewed a month ago
Ah, London Train stations, how I love to review ye. This is possibly the busiest place IN THE WORLD! I freak out every time I'm there, but then I have a touch of agoraphobia (which inexplicably is supposed to include a fear of crowds?). Here's a fun game for the next time you're there with a friend (where "fun" only applies to the demented): See how far each of you can go in a straight line. The winner gets to cry quietly in a corner. If he can find one. It's as if a colony of ants have all had their antennas or whatever chopped off, just before being told that there is a jar of finest honey somewhere around the station. And then the station is shaken like an ant farm. Not that that's what you should do with ant farms. Or what I do. Every time. There are however, a variety of establishments serving nutritious and filling foods at speeds to compensate for however late you are for that train. Haha, just kidding, it's the usual sandwich and pasty shops. Oh and there are trains. I guess.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
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Average Chinese take-away, nothing to write home about. Though if you're writing home about take-aways, may I suggest e-mail? Or, not doing that at all? It's not a sit-down place, though they do have the obligatory "not for actual use, you weirdo" tables. Orders can take a while sometimes. First time, I was waiting about half an hour, and it wasn't busy. Second time, it only took 15 minutes, and it was the same time of day. The food is probably what you're craving, if you're looking for a Chinese take-away. About as authentically Chinese as an Essex tattoo, but tasty. Bit pricey for what it is, but not overly so.
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reviewed a month ago
Good authentic Italian pizza, but the sloppy kind. I'm a fan of both sloppy and crispy pizza. If my belly was an independent sovereign nation, well, that would be weird -- but I was going to say that pizza would be king. Though that doesn't really make sense either, does it? I mean shouldn't the king be the stomach acid? Or the lining? What, is Pizza some kind of visiting king? He's only there on a few occasions, and even then he's being melted away by acid. This whole analogy is nonsense, and I wish I could take it back, but my delete key is broken. Anyway, point is; I like pizza. This place serves the sloppy kind of pizza, but honestly, even if you prefer crispy, you'll probably still like it. Everything tastes fresh, the base is great, and the sauce is pretty good. The place itself is well decorated and fitted. I've been there twice, but I still struggle to remember what it looked like. It's one of those places. You don't really notice the background, but only because it's done so well. Good for both a date, or with friends.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Another trendy East Dulwich cafe with a poor penny to yumtum ratio. It's a little small, but they've somehow worked the inside into a cosy enough atmosphere. The staff are friendly, and the owner sounds like she takes pride in her business, without being snooty about it. The food; meh. That's probably an unfair judgement, since I don't particularly like French food, but on the other hand I spent 3 months all over France, so I'm not the worst person to judge it. So a little expensive. We had 1 starter, 2 mains, 1 coffee, and no alcohol, and it came up to over £70. Not robbery, but it didn't match the quality.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago