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This turned around a bad night; such an awesome video!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X9HlHmY-PsA
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I got teary-eyed. 
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[EDIT] My neighbor claimed dibs on this one; but there may be other work in a few weeks. I'll post again!

Oh geez, I can't do it... Too pregnant I guess. Anyone want $100 cash, a 6 pack of whachusett beer, and pizza to help me rake up the edges of my back yard? There was no fall clean up so it's a decent amount of raking but should only be an afternoon of labor. I will be out with you pruning back thorns. I will provide gloves and equipment, though I don't own anything fancy.
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<3 let me figure out when my neighbor wants to work, and check the weather. =)
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I plan to read this after work, but could anyone with know-how let me know if there are any important points missed or exaggerated here? I don't care about earning potential. I can about ease to learn/use/read and if it could make something like a mobile game.

http://lifehacker.com/learn-which-programming-language-to-choose-with-this-in-1669612111
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For a first language, PHP is terrible, and it doesn't do anything that other languages can do better. (Python, Ruby on Rails, etc)

My current opinion is that JavaScript and web is a good way to get started. You can do entire apps in JavaScript+HTML+CSS without a lick of server-side code. (If you do need a server-side data store, I'd suggest looking at CouchDB and related. You can use it directly from JavaScript without having to write any server-side code.) This way, you can get started and see results and make useful things very quickly.

For a general-purpose language, meaning useful in many scenarios and use-cases, I'd suggest Python. In addition to my personal favorite, it's easy to learn, extremely powerful, has a bajillion libraries, and good tutorials.
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Spider Bro is dead =( it was bound to happen, but it's still sad. I think he was an orb weaver spider and he's been living above my sink since early July. I did consider buying some ants online to see him through the winter with but I didn't. I think his last bug was a couple weeks ago... Anyway, RIP Spider Bro; Thanks for catching the bugs in the kitchen all summer and fall!
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He was a good spider, and a good bro.
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be careful what you wish for! Usually on Redditgifts I complain my exchange partners are poor because they provide nearly no information and leave me guessing to get them a random gift. This time I got someone who is SUPER knowledgeable about the gift swaps theme and I'm intimidated about finding something good! It's a medieval themed swap, and here's the some of their intro:

"I've got a PhD in medieval studies, my research is on how people's ideas about the medieval world are shaped by films about the period."

"[. . .] So, the thing is that I've probably seen every medieval film ever made (so please don't get me another one!), but I am always a fan of interesting intersections between the medieval world and the present.

[. . .] Sure, the pageantry and fantasy of the period is great. But the most profound stuff, for me, is reaching across the vastness of time and finding yourself."

Can of my SCA friend have a good idea on where I can find neat intersections of the medieval world and present? At this point the best I can think of is like, a cook book, or like a Tafl set...
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Is there a price range you could send him a hollowed and halved coconut. Since he likes medieval films
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Is anyone happy today?!
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I am happy! I took a nice walk and made some snow angels. It was fun!
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I could use another brain to bounce some variables off of tonight to help me flesh things out for my tabletop game tomorrow.  Anyone free to chat online tonight?
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hehe I might tap you in the future then =) Thanks.
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This made my day.
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Next Thing Co. is raising funds for CHIP - The World's First Nine Dollar Computer on Kickstarter! Built for work, play, and everything in between! \(•◡•)/
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I might have to use that for something.
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What part of the knight does the fish go on?

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The cod piece!
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As my last "big toy" purchase for myself in the foreseeable future I will be taking an extra arcade machine off my brother's hands. Because Woo! Dance Maniax! Coolest Basement evar.
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Party at your house!
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A comparison of the rock targets the range provides and the larger ones the SCA uses. I tried to darken the lines around,the zones on the small one to show where the colors would "normally"be.

Funny thing is I generally got 18 to 25 point on the 40cm (small one) using IT"S colors. Which is the same-ish score I got shooting at 20 yards (on the big targets) when I stopped in September. It true; aim small, hit small. 
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  • Ace temperature Control
    Office Assistant, 2011 - present
  • Gamestop
    Senior Game Advistor, 2009 - 2011
  • Ritual's Salon & Day Spa
    Secretary, 2003 - 2005
  • Hess Corporation
    Assistant Manager, 2005 - 2010
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I'll see you all at PAX East right? ^_^

LoL Summoner name: Magpie Maydin
Spiral knight: Torquinia
GW2: Nozgeth.???

I am a pretty stereotypical geek as far as interests go, but with a social bent. I like any game that's multi-player. I also do table top role playing, Perler bead art and LARP. 
Education
  • Whachusett Regional High
    1999 - 2003
  • Quinsigamond Community College
    Buisness, 2004
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