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Jordan Henderson
Works at Rainbow Data Systems Incorporated
Attended Indiana University
Lives in Dayton, Ohio, USA
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I'm gonna get myself one of these ribbons.
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Why back in my day, we respected our elders. Now get off my lawn!
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Notable economist and editor of the Journal of Economic Perspectives Timothy Taylor reflects on Brexit, culturally and economically, while not pretending to anything but an American perspective.
A long-planned family vacation had me visiting in Great Britain last week during the Brexit vote. Here are some reflections on the event, in no particular order. 1) The Brexit vote seemed to me a strangely American moment. So...
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Analyzing the typeset from Blade Runner #typography
https://blog.adafruit.com/2016/06/27/analyzing-the-typeset-from-blade-runner-typography/

If you haven’t checked out Typeset In The Future’s site, go now, it’s super fun to read. From their post on Blade Runner:

After studying Alien in intimate detail, it’s time to look at the typography and design of Ridley Scott’s other classic sci-fi movie, Blade Runner. Based on Philip K. Dick’s novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, Blade Runner cements Scott’s reputation for beautiful, gritty, tech noir science fiction.

(As with my previous articles, I should note that there are spoilers aplenty throughout the next 5,000 words. If you don’t want to know when Blade Runner’s sole appearance of Eurostile Bold Extended occurs, look away now.)

Blade Runner’s opening crawl is distinctly un-futuristic in its choice of font. It uses Goudy Old Style – designed by Frederic W. Goudy in 1915 – as part of a veritable typographic cornucopia:

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New twitter phishing scam. BE AWARE. THIS IS NOT FROM TWITTER.
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I turned on Login Verification (Two factor authentication) for Twitter recently.
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6/22/16 - As in Cuba, the New York Times has a history of misreporting or blatantly omitting the relevant facts in Venezuela. When will the periodical take responsibility for their shoddy and irresponsible reporting in Cuba?
As a Venezuelan, I accept the New York Times change of mind, but it comes late, after they legitimized the Chávez-Maduro dictatorship for 17 years.
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+Carsten Führmann I don't really have a strong opinion on this, but I do think the gloom and doom I'm seeing is hyperbolic. You said something similar above.


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First, some history The Vatican Library was established in 1475 and is one of the oldest libraries in the world, and also one of the biggest and most safely guarded. Currently, Vatican Library holds a
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This will save me a lot of money! I had been pondering picking up the writings of the early church fathers but this might be better. 
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This is what Democrats are proposing as a path for many, especially Muslims, to maintain their currently Constitutionally protected rights.
WASHINGTON — In 2005, Rahinah Ibrahim, a Malaysian architecture professor and doctoral candidate at Stanford University, went to San Francisco International Airport where she was told that she couldn't board
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No fly itself is unconstitutional. Expanding it to enumerated rights is even worse. 
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Catholic, Father of a young man with Autism, geek, other things
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Catholic, husband, father of a young man with Autism and a wonderful daughter who is a recent graduate from Miami University (Ohio, Miami was a University before Florida was a state) not sure what I do for a living but I think it has something to do with computers.

I think there's enough information below to figure out if you know me or not.  One thing I'm not is this guy.  I'm 32 years older than that guy!

I thought I was probably the oldest Jordan Henderson in the world, because the name Jordan wasn't popular as a first name in 1959, when I was born, but then I got some email that was supposed to go to a Doctor Jordan Henderson at a DoD Hospital in Texas.  I corresponded with him, determining I was certainly older than him, but he was Jordan Henderson the third, both his Father and Grandfather were named Jordan Henderson, so there is at least one and probably more than one older Jordan Henderson.

I reserve the right to delete comments that I think are off-topic, not of general interest, trolls (I'm arbiter) or for any reason really.  The single threaded discussion threads where most people only see the last comment is bad enough, but can be improved with editorial control, which I do take from time to time.

I'll also make posts with comments off.  Sometimes, I'm making a statement, not starting a conversation.  Message me if you want to have a private conversation about the issue. I think I'll typically share these with reshare enabled, so if you feel you'd like to share an observation about the post, reshare it with your comment.  Mention me and I might join in the conversation, but there's a good possibility I won't.

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My High School chess club came in Second in the state in Indiana many years ago. I placed Second in the Utah Open Chess tournament once and I placed Second in the Salt Lake City Chess Club Championship once.
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Computer consultant
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  • Rainbow Data Systems Incorporated
    Subject Matter Expert, present
  • HP
    Computer consultant, 2011
  • Shell
  • Kinesix
  • Amoco
  • Utah Power & Light
  • Compaq
  • DEC
  • Burr-Brown
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Bedford, Indiana, USA - Houston, Texas, USA - Salt Lake City, Utah, USA - Tucson, Arizona, USA - Bloomington, Indiana, USA
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