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There is a new chicken coop at the elementary school across the street. Ever since I found out about it a few days ago, I’ve been taking my almost 15 year old Italian Greyhound there to look at the chickens. He has never seemed interested. Today, I was there with Trotsky, trying to make him […]

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When I was attending DevBootcamp a couple of my fellow students asked me what I was going to write about DBC in my blog. My answer was always the same: “It depends on whether I get a job or not.” Because of this, I have not, until now, given my overall impressions of DBC, but […]

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There is so much to love about this video, but the thing I love the most is the violinists in the background. Everyone except them is dressed up like cool rock and rollers, with loads of makeup and teenage clothes on 50-something men. The violinists, however, are dressed up like they’re going to meet a […]

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It seems like there is so much click bait around these days. There is the list headline click bait. I guess because people would rather skim than read, they jump right to lists because it means they can know stuff without actually having to read anything except headlines of each item on the list. What […]

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So if taxis want to successfully compete with Ãœber and the like, they’re going to have to do a few things differently: Stop peeing in Mountain Dew bottles in their cabs. Passengers can smell it. Arrive within a reasonable amount of time. Uber cars come much faster than taxis. Stop ripping people off. Who do […]

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I haven’t said much lately about bootcamp, not because I don’t have anything to say, but because it’s been really hard and I’m afraid my comments may be clouded by my bitterness. It’s really really hard. In the end If I get a good job out of this, it will be worth it.

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I told my group project team I would be in at 11am today to work on flash cards. But I woke up at 11:15 and now I’m finally on my way to school at 1pm. This shit is really fucking hard. I’m certain it will be worth it in the end but right now it’s […]

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I was just thinking that perhaps Dev Bootcamp should start targeting the senior citizen demographic. You could market it as “Programming staves off Alzheimer’s disease. Keep your brain busy!” With this they could have nice pictures of old people in a nursing home with laptops and the eternal sun shining through the windows… waiting to […]

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Steve Jobs was famous for knowing what customers want before they know for themselves. However, now that Jobs is dead, Apple doesn’t know what it’s customers want. Perhaps Apple should start asking them.

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Dictators LOVE to give hi fives, just like at the first day of Dev Bootcamp camp!

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I’m a newbie so this may be wrong. feel free to correct me. Just writing it here so I can remember it: I found lots of info on the web on how to create a HABM relationship but I could find very little info on how to create records using this relationship. This is my […]

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Not that Apple cares but I feel like it’s time to state the obvious again. So last year, you may recall a bit of a fiasco when ios6 was released due to the disastrous new Apple maps app. I’m afraid we may be about to experience something similar with IOS7’s imminent release. They say that […]

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Google everything, idiot.

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II:30 PM got home. Time only for a quick bowl of chili which thankfully my family left out for me followed by a bowl of froyo with peanut butter mixed in. Now in bed typing this, hoping to get 6 hours of sleep. Last night I slept about 4 hours and then woke up and […]

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First Day of DevBootcamp Oy vey. I have to write this now in case I forget my first impressions… which were very impressive! So I rode my bike and arrived disgusting and sweaty. I thought I would have time to change shirts before class but the Starbucks line took forever because there were two PARISIANS […]

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I sit here at a cafe in my last month of Paris after having lived here for more than six months. I should have loved it but I did not. There is a charm to it but thanks to my constant anxiety slash panic it has been too hard. Strange considering that I have a […]

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I moved to Paris in late August of 2011. That is all.

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Roosevelt grew the government to create jobs because the public sector wasn’t doing it. He raised taxes on corporations to help pay for that. Obama’s doing the opposite, even though he knows Roosevelt did it right.

Corporations are not patriotic. They have no national allegiance and their only goal is profit. Therefore, when corporations are given control over our government via politicians, these politicians become treasonous.