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  1. MSUgEEk

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    It saddens me that I cannot see that pic as I enjoyed Chemistry.

    Edit: Had to pull out my phone and check it out. AWESOME!
     

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    They found a Copperhead snake in our office building over the weekend, fairly close to my cubicle. I've been paranoid all day yesterday and this morning and am keeping my feet off the ground and out from under my desk and anywhere else I can't see as much as possible. Snakes freak me out.
     
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    Well, at least I'm getting some good AF news this morning to help my spirits lift! :D
     
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    http://i.imgur.com/dj1C5.jpg

    If BB10 is similar to the Playbook OS then I don't need to do any development at all except convert my Android app with BB's tool. I don't do Blackberry development and probably won't unless Titanium supports it (currently in Beta). If/when it has Titanium support I can just export my iOS project to Blackberry format and it should work.
     
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    No ...all 3rd party email sites are blocked as well >_>
     
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    woowza :< I wouldn't think snakes would like where you work

    *thinks* radioactive snake ...well svt, if you get bitten by a radioactive snake, you can be *drum rolls* SNAKEMAN!!!! :D
     
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    Nah, tons of wildlife around where I work. Kind of like a wildlife preserve since there is no hunting allowed on the almost 1,000 acres the site owns. See tons of geese, deer, foxes, racoons, etc...
     
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    I used to be able to use GTalk through iGoogle, but now they have the GTalk protocol blocked totally so can't even do that workaround.

    Oh well -- keeps me more productive.
     
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    I like hearing when AF takes the edge off of RL downers. I know you folks have cheered me up a time or two when I've had a bad day.:)
     
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    Wow, I like that in red. I just don't like leather bands as I destroy them too quickly.
     
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    Ah I see. I cannot say the same for the plant the town next to me, lol. But I can see the good with lots of land :)


    haha...for you to be fully productive, they should block AF too :p

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    Raphael before the mutation!!! :D haha
     
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    That sucks - sorry to hear it.
    I'm going to be lost if/when I have to leave this place and work for a company with real rules. :eek:
     
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    So, you can put your feet down now! :p lol
     
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    Well, there's perks to working for a Hotel Management Firm...every two or three months, we have company wide parties where they serve beer, wine and martinis with gourmet appetizers and expensive cheese! lol
     
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    I hope they never, ever do that.
     
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    I don't know about anyone else, but I always seem to be tired. No matter what I do be it eating somewhat healthier, sleeping 8 hours, sleeping 4 hours, and some exercise. I was looking around on the internet and started finding a lot of info about juicing; nothing but fresh fruit and vegetables. I then found a documentary called Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead. To my surprise Amazon Instant Video had it to watch for free. It was really interesting. I would have to say that the "fat, sick and nearly dead" doesn't really pertain to me. Well, I think once we're born we are all nearly dead. LOL! I do, however, like the idea of detoxing the body. So. Hopefully my juicer arrives today and for the next 15 days I will be fasting. The only thing that will enter my body is fuit and vegetable, either raw or juiced and water. The guy that did movie did it for 60 days!


    Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead Extended Trailer - YouTube
     
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    My mother-in-law was bitten by one when she was younger, with very light effect thankfully.

    Also when I was ~8 years old, we were playing outside at my grandparents house, and discovered a nest of baby snakes, and were quite happy to play with them, letting them squirm through our fingers and such. Until of course my grandfather came over to see what we had found and realized we were playing with copperheads... Haha!

    I am intrigued by snakes, they are such interesting creatures IMO.
     
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    Did you know the Southern US is home to at least 1 variation of each of the 4 types of venomous snakes native to North America?
     
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    Power to you halon, I couldn't survive a week without meat. I actually do the Juice+ think to keep up with my fruits and veggies.:rolleyes:
     
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    Lucky you weren't bitten yourselves several times over. YIKES! Not intrigued by snakes at all. If they find another in our building while I'm here, I'm taking a sick day for my own mental health's sake. I'd go nuts.
     
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    Wow, this place is moving today.
     

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