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Siggi does Guitar Boogie, pt 2 of 2.  Take up your guitar, strike some chords and join Darth Siggious.
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in case you're ever that desperate or crafty...     #justmacgyverthings
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You're not supposed to contact the insulation or wire with the flame. Treat it like a cigar. Toast the wire lightly until the solder takes.
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Well I figured it out. On to mess with the other ones. 
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That sounds pretty handy. Have you used it?
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Tommy Emmanuel coming to Oklahoma City.

Can't wait.
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I am going to the workshop too. Can't wait!
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I'm gonna need you to do that again, but .... even.... slower.
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I am working on it too. Post up on soundcloud if you get a chance.
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Siggi does Guitar Boogie, pt 1 of 2. If you've ever wanted to learn to play this, this is a great example!
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During the 2008 world hops shortage, the Samuel Adams brewery shared 20,000 pounds of their excess hops with 108 different craft breweries, at cost, to help prevent them from going out of business.

https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Samuel_Adams_%28beer%29#2008_hops_shortage
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Their Octoberfest is pretty damn good.

Also lol at #hops
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Congrats on the new gig +kenrick veit !
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Congratulations, +kenrick veit! Where is Kenrick going?
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This was... surprisingly easy. I'm impressed with it so far, but still tinkering heavily.
Identity. Manage Linux users and client hosts in your realm from one central location with CLI, Web UI or RPC access. Enable Single Sign On authentication for all your systems, services and applications. Policy. Define authentication and authorization policies for your identities.
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+Scott Melton, just to clarify, +Jodie Cunningham is correct. Red Hat IdM is the supported product offering from Red Hat, whereas FreeIPA is the upstream.

Easiest way to look at it is Red Hat IdM = Enterprise Solution / Product vs FreeIPA = Community development project (Upstream). The underlying software is the same however, just a version which has been base-lined for support purposes.
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I've been going here for about 10 years now. I've been seen mostly by Glenn but occasionally by Cody. When I first started going there, I had just gotten insurance and was correcting some years of not having insurance. I had to have my wisdom teeth pulled, and they offered to fix all of my other cavities for $800. I didn't have $800, and they said they would let me pay it out. I was pretty broke and I really didn't think I could even afford to pay it out, but as I found later, they really, really meant that they would let me pay it out. I went to Dental Depot on SW 104th and they wanted a lot more for the same work, so I came back to NW 23rd. They made good on their pricing promise and it was good. Then later I needed two root canals and crowns, and they let me pay it out. They really worked with me on that, so it was actually affordable.
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
I've always felt welcome in there, even though it took me a number of visits to pick a guitar and I didn't even have money at the time to buy the one I wanted.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
We went out to Louie's and the waitress was all over it! She was nice to all of my kids, and my wife was impressed. Waitress kept topping the kids water up to 3/4 because she said she knows they like to spill it, and if they're not full to the brim then kids wear a little less. We normally have to ask for that or make it happen ourselves. We never ran out of anything and she was by a lot to check on us. I've been trying to make an effort to provide feedback on the positive interactions with businesses, so on my way out I popped by the manager to say what an awesome time we had and how great our waitress was. He was kind of busy so I didn't bore him with it, just a quick rundown. Afterwards, I went out to bring the car around while my wife paid. The manager gave my wife a little coupon for our next visit, and came by the car as we were loading the kids up to shake my hand and say thanks for the feedback.
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Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Great food for lunch. Dinner can add up quick but lunch is a great price.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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When we came in for dinner the waitress gave me a Dr Pepper she said she made before I got there. I paid for the drinks and left.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Seated immediately, the restaurant looked clean, bathrooms were clean. The huge fan in the main room made a noise that I could feel in my spine, thankfully the waitress sat us in the side room. ~18m30s ticket time, ~10m for appetizer and 8m30s for entree. We were one of two tables seated. Appetizer was mediocre, one entree was mediocre and the other was fair. My kids didn't seem too enthused about the kid meals. No real complaints about the waitress. We won't go back to try again.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
People I know always blathered on about how awesome this place was, and I finally tried it out. I was very impressed. If it weren't so far away from me I would certainly visit more frequently.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago