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[#] Wed Jul 04 2012 11:35:49 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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It's clearer than ever :)

[#] Wed Jul 04 2012 19:29:42 EDT from Ladyhawke

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Blue skies from pain



[#] Wed Aug 01 2012 14:59:34 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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This milk will help me foretell the future!

[#] Wed Aug 22 2012 12:13:25 EDT from zooer

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I don't remember which room it was so I am placing it here. Somewhere we were having a conversation about safe drivers
and getting your drivers license.
Here is a list of the unsafest and safest places to drive.
http://goo.gl/zNFdi

[#] Tue Sep 04 2012 23:34:36 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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I think the MTA (who run the trains/subways/buses in the NY area) ought to make a bigger deal over the fact that stuffed animals ride for free.  That's a big deal.  It's huge.  A freebie that awesome should be advertised more.



[#] Mon Sep 17 2012 10:24:59 EDT from athos-mn

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I've been in Niagara Falls for the weekend (came in Thursday evening, leave for Buffalo in about 30 minutes) - after Saturday I now know why there's so many Indian resturants on the American side of the falls.

[#] Tue Sep 25 2012 11:56:34 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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Whenever you catch yourself wishing you had the newest and shiniest, remember that R2-D2 was a refurb.

[#] Sun Oct 07 2012 04:34:28 EDT from Ander

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IGnatius: Is the same true on the London Underground? My English friends are always telling me to "get stuffed", so maybe they're suggesting a way I could ride around town for free.



[#] Thu Oct 25 2012 23:29:27 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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I just came up with the most *AWESOME* password. And it's frustrating that I can't share with you all how totally f***ing clever it is, because if I did, then everyone would know my password.

Remind me to share it the next time I change it.

[#] Fri Oct 26 2012 00:32:57 EDT from Shazam

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Ig, how often do you change your passwords?

[#] Fri Oct 26 2012 08:36:05 EDT from zooer

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Is your password "derosnecnu"?

[#] Fri Oct 26 2012 09:07:46 EDT from LoanShark

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1-2-3-4-5?

[#] Fri Oct 26 2012 09:09:31 EDT from Shazam

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Ls, OMG! That's exactly the secret code I have on my luggage!



[#] Fri Oct 26 2012 15:32:32 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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I only change a password if I have reason to believe it's been breached. In this case however it's a password for an administrative account on a project that will be shared with a few other people.

And now I've got to go change the combination on my luggage.

[#] Sat Oct 27 2012 14:19:00 EDT from triLcat

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If I have a password on something that I plan to share with people, I make it P4ssw0rd

That'll give you unbridled access to the gmail accounts I use for junk mail, and maybe also to some newspaper accounts where you need to register but you don't need to buy anything :)



[#] Sun Oct 28 2012 04:19:24 EDT from dothebart

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a passvoid then?



[#] Mon Oct 29 2012 12:20:43 EDT from fleeb

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Protactinium, Sulfur, Sulfur, Tungsten, Oxygen, Rubidium.

Well, okay, Rubidium is just getting sloppy.

[#] Fri Nov 02 2012 07:28:11 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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"You can't use that password. It looks simple enough that you might remember it without writing it down."

correct horse battery staple.

[#] Sat Nov 03 2012 09:14:00 EDT from LoanShark

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Excuse me, that's my oxygen you're breathing.

[#] Sun Nov 04 2012 16:42:08 EST from fleeb

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(Wrote this on FB, and thought I should really share it here... this
comes on the heels of a tough few couple of hours of class today).

I fail a lot... but I try to do it under controlled circumstances, so I
don't seem like the loser I often feel I am.

This is why I try to write test code for the libraries I make in C++,
and take improv classes.

The test code should catch failures before customers get exposed to
them, so I seem like I'm more amazing than I really am.

The improv classes allow me to make comedy-killing decisions in front of
other classmates rather than a real audience, so that I can learn better
choices to make on stage when we do have an audience, and make me look
like I'm a damned good improviser, even though I haven't done this stuff
for a year yet.

At least that's the theory.

Here's the big question, though: when have I finished testing and
screwing up in
front of classmates? At what point do you release the
code into the wild, and stand in front of a crowd of strangers to try
and make them laugh?

For the code, it's the date when the salesman promised the customer the
product or solution.

For the class, it's about a couple more weeks, when we do our graduating
performance.

In both cases, that time is decided for me. Which, maybe, is good...
because otherwise, I fear I would live in 'test' mode and never actually
step into the dangerous places where real life takes place.

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