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Christopher Jones
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Attended Illinois Institute of Technology
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Fedora Server 20 -> 21 today. Can't wait until FedUp is a handy damn tool. 
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My baby is finally home.
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+Tony DeCicco Wearing 4 layers of clothes def makes me look like I'm carrying something illegal.
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Wuts this? More atlassian deployments?... Ooh Kill Em.... Ooh Kill Em... Ooh.... Terio - OOH KILL EM' Produced By Rcm2
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Such a calm morning to be so close to death! (This wasn't me by the way)
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Linux Action Show  has a new tee spring campaign to celebrate 300 episodes and the very first LAS logo

If you get the shirt in the next few weeks you get a LAS challenge coin too. I'm excited.
After 300 episodes the big show finally has a logo. We're proudly introducing the new logo for the Linux Action Show, the largest and longest running linux podcast! We're not stopping there, your shirt will include a limited time challenge coin with this new logo!
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I gave my dad the Trinadad Sorpion pepper powder I grew and produced at home last summer and he just cooked his first pot of chillie with it. The text I got from him made me smile :

"Half a teaspoon to much for 3lbs of meat and 4 small cans of tomatoes with other ingredients"
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Add starch.  Corn, potatoes, beans, etc.  I did the same with ghost peppers a couple years ago.
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Bring a laptop and inkscape if you want to follow along!
External mouse suggested.
Mark Metz will demonstrate the creation and editing of files in Inkscape. He will highlight the differences between raster (bitmap) and vector graphics and clarify which program might be more appropriate for specific projects.  After the introduction, Mark will lead some hands on demonstrations/tutorials that anyone should be able to complete in Inkscape. Please, preload your computer with Inkscape v. 0.48 to follow along. (inkscape.org “Draw Freely”)
Raster Graphics, Vector Graphics, and Inkscape Hands On
Sat, January 11, 2014, 10:00 AM
Nova-Labs 1881-F Metro Center Drive Reston, VA 20190

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It's so beautiful. I just signed for this day. It will be a couple of weeks until the modifications I ordered are done and I can pick it up but damn I had fun today.
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That's awesome dude. Congrats. Your trike will be jealous. 
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This should be fun!
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Hey if you're a die hard adventure fan like me seriously consider this deal: https://www.humblebundle.com/weekly

book of unwritten tales is one of my all time favorite adventures and now you can get the game and the prequel just before BOUT 2 is released!
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I've just completed the first post on my new blog. I intend to cover topics on System Administration and personal experience in the field.
Walking with Penguins var pathname = window.location.pathname; 09 Feb 2014. Ruby Rails on RHEL6. Recently I had a client request an instance of the project management application Redmine. Redmine is built on the Ruby on Rails framework. A Rails app typically needs the ruby interpreter,the rails ...
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The site is down because I'm replacing network hardware
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Just finished the Christmas tree with my fiance. I'm glad she likes it. This is our second tree together and I finally got a full size.
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Nice setup, man! We didn't have much space in the living room for ours, so it's sitting in the corner feeling all claustrophobic. Maybe I'll snap a pic of it later, haha.
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Site Reliability Technical Analyst
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  • Palantir
    SRT, 2014 - present
  • Logistics Management
    I.T Consultant, 2013 - 2014
  • Logistics Management
    Helpdesk Technician, 2011 - 2013
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Adventurer, Diver, Writer. FOSS Advocate.
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I've been 115 feet under water. I survived the Illinois Institute of Technology
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  • Illinois Institute of Technology
    Psychology, 2004 - 2008
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The folks here really take their time and their attention to detail shows. My hair and my beard have never looked better.
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My friend from college was visiting the east coast for a class and we decided to meet in Richmond as it was about equidistant to both his hotel and my house in NOVA. I looked up great restaurants in Richmond and found Pepe's. I didn't know what to expect but I was pleasantly surprised. The service was excellent, the drinks were suffeciently strong, and the Burritos were the best I've had. The whole experience was worth the ~2 hour drive to get there.
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I had been to Koons the night before I came to Alexandria Toyota and that was a huge mistake. The difference in the quality of service was night and day. At Alexandria Toyota I walked in, told them the car I was interested in, and gave them the price I was willing to pay. I walked out not to long after extremely satisfied. I was especially impressed with Douglas Quintanilla who made the entire process painless and put extra effort into insuring I was comfortable with the terms. No run around, No hassle, Fair Prices, Great service.
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