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nate... · 18 years, 9 months ago
Be it job or schoolwork... past in the first thing you see when you switch from FHDC to the work you're SUPPOSED to be doing.


I'll start:

MACADDR 00:08:0E:E6:BA:02 on Cable5/0-upstream1, Timeticks: (101691545) 11 days, 18:28:35.45 Forward SNR 37.1 dB DownChannel Power 3.7 dBmV Transmit Power 43.0 dBmV

Andrea Krause Back · 18 years, 9 months ago
nate... Back · 18 years, 9 months ago
Andrea Krause Back · 18 years, 9 months ago
These, my friend, are what tell the system how to pay your claim if you have my insurance company. :)
Josh Woodward Back · 18 years, 9 months ago
function eModFruNewsBlock( $options = array() ) {
    global $eUsername;
    require_once( "Entropy/mod/my/" );
    require_once( "Entropy/mod/birthday/" );
    require_once( "Entropy/mod/news/" );
    require_once( "Entropy/mod/concert/" );

    print eModuleStart( "FruNews" );

    if( $eUsername == "" && $E_SITE_NAME="Fruhead.Com" )
        print "
            <form method=post action=/mod/logon/logon.php>
            <b>Welcome to Fruhead.Com!</b><br>
            Fruhead.Com (also known as FHDC) is a community for Fruheads, or
            fans of the band <a href=>Moxy Fruvous</a>.
            You need a free account to take advantage of most of this site,
            so what are you waiting for? <a href=/mod/account/>Get one
            today</a>, or log in with an existing account:
            <br><b>Username:</b> <input type=text name=username size=10>
            <b>Password:</b> <input type=password name=password size=10>
            <input type=submit value=Logon></form>
            </td></tr><tr><td class=module-body>

    eModNewsBlock( array("metadata"=>1, "simple"=>1) );
    eModConcertBlock( array("simple"=>1) );

    $threads = eBlockGetCache( "forum_cache" );
    if( $threads ) print "\n<span class=news-title><a href=/mod/forum/>Active 
      Forum Threads</a>:</span><br>\n$threads";

    if( !eGetKey("bday_signed") ) {
        print "</td></tr>";
        print "<tr><td class=module-body>";
        eModBirthdayBlock( array("simple" => 1) );

    print eModuleEnd( "FruNews" );
ChrisChin is Getting Old Back · 18 years, 9 months ago
CLTs will continue to receive FM and will be placed on EISEP WL for 3 x 4 HMPC.  Referrals to VA HC services and JASA CARE have been made to provide HC services in the interim. They remain uninterested in receiving MOWs or PERS at this time.
Songbill Back · 18 years, 9 months ago
You can participate in experience-building cooperative education and summer internships. You can gain valuable work experience before you graduate, in paid jobs in industries throughout the country, where you work with professional peers, explore career paths, and make yourself more marketable.

You can do meaningful research. As an undergraduate, you can work with Washington University’s world-class engineering researchers and teachers and contribute to projects defining the directions of new technology.

You can participate in our LeaderShape Institute. Each spring we offer an intensive, week-long program to prepare our undergraduates for leadership in businesses, industries, consulting firms, or other organizations. As a LeaderShape student, you can develop strong leadership skills before graduation to help you achieve new insights, improve professional relationships, build more effective teams, and—ultimately—enhance society.
Adam Hartfield Back · 18 years, 9 months ago

[Product name] features the following enhancements for samplemaking:

Minimizing tool raising and lowering by allowing the creasing wheel to pass through gaps outside the design and cuts in cut-crease lines, and by automatically inserting small blends in corners.

[and more]

Adam Hartfield Back · 18 years, 9 months ago

The two new line types for samplemaking are Sample 2nd height crease with grain and Sample 2nd height cross grain, types 225 and 226 respectively. They are in the Sample folder of generic types when setting a new line type.


*sigh* The Wall is just so much more entertaining than writing this stuff.

Snow In Summer Back · 18 years, 9 months ago

what about those of us whose dreary corporate existance doesn't allow FHDC through the firewall?  i suppose that if i were at work now, i would see this:

Please enter your User ID and Password to proceed.
 Please click here for ERoes Training environment  
 Please click here for ERoes to OMNI flash demo 
  User ID
  Last Name


Daniel Back · 16 years, 3 months ago
DO YOU WORK FOR VERIZON? O_o because i do too haha and i see that everyday!!!!!!!!!
Snow In Summer Back · 16 years, 3 months ago
yup.  Cranberry Woods call center, Activations department.
Brian Dinsky Back · 16 years, 3 months ago

mmm, eroes.

can i dummy your orphan, baby?

Starfox Back · 18 years, 9 months ago
Test Case 14: TX Fiber Pull As Local DSWX

Configuration: Configure slot 1 in cage 0 to be a new DSWX board.

Test: During run-time, after system initialization, pull the TX fiber on the new DSWX.

Expected Results: Alarm 17035: DSWX TDM Alarm and TBUS 0 0 0 state change from INS_BUSY -> OOS_AUTOMATIC and TBUS 0 1 0 state change from INS_STANDBY -> INS_BUSY. Alaarm 17026: TDM Highway 0 Parity alarm may also be observed.
Zach Back · 18 years, 9 months ago
Originally excavated by William T. Love
Put to use as chemical waste dump by Hooker Chemicals and Plastics
Filled with hazardous material
it's white. It has a black background on the power point slide. I don't feel like changing it right now. It has to do with Love Canal.
ellen, formerly evil Back · 18 years, 9 months ago

gah! must shrink head! 8)
nitsita Back · 18 years, 9 months ago



If ever I'm able to draw like that, I will be a happy nitsa indeed.

theri quite contrary Back · 18 years, 9 months ago
Even though this assignment was due weeks ago, I'm still messing around with my Harry Potter sock puppet video. cute!

J. Andrew World Back · 18 years, 9 months ago
Ok, that is so cool!  You rock!
Andrea Krause Back · 18 years, 9 months ago
--A change in system logic would be made to read a blank IP PFX on the SE record as being populated with zeroes when minifield 16 is also blank. (If the design decision is to change the logic rather than run a one-shot to the SE records.) If we have the system read the IP PFX as "00", the claim can then have a CPT populated without generating the "PLEASE CORRECT HIGHLIGHTED FIELDS" edit and allow us to validate the CPT.

--A one-shot may be needed to the miniopts 16 field of TOS codes that don't require a PROC but have an 'M' in miniopts 16.
Melinda J. Beasi Back · 18 years, 9 months ago

Since most performances are scheduled at schools, the text of this Letter of Agreement refers to schools and the personnel employed and associated with schools. If a performance is held at another type of organization, the content of this letter of Agreement still holds true.

The Florence FP office is considered the official headquarters of FP. In the case of a Boston troupe, the Boston location of FP will be considered the parking location of the van. It is expected that performers meet at these locations.

A “substitute performer” is a performer who is pre-approved by FP, and who is currently trained and capable of performing the needed character in FOODPLAY show.
Sally Back · 18 years, 9 months ago

This is what I SHOULD be seeing now that I'm 10 pages away from finally finishing this story (I started last August).

    "I want to be famous.  Famous and in love.  And though I know that one usually interferes with the other, I still want it."
    "Yeah, Dean?"
    "You've delved back into storybook land.  Wake up or I'll close the book in your face," Dean said, and rolled onto his back in the other bed. 
    "Oh come on.  You asked me what I wanted out of life and I just told you; love and fame," John argued.
    "Just don't expect to get them both at the same time," he reasoned.  "At least not the type of love that you want.  After you break out, and I mean MTV breakout, you're going to be filled to the brim with groupie love but that's about all you'll have time for.  Plus, I've seen you out there flirting it up.  Real love doesn't stand a chance with you."
    "Well, I gotta start looking somewhere, don't I?"
    "Point.  But, do you really think you can actually do this?  I mean, is it realistic?"
    "God, how I enjoy sharing motel rooms with you on this tour," John joked.  "You're so bright and optimistic.  I may have to get some Ritalin to calm you down."
    "Sleep well Johnny boy."

hkath Back · 18 years, 9 months ago



It's midnight and the raccoons

are mating in the trees

their rhythmic, warbling cries

like so much techno dance music.

The air is full of sex and

no connections

sex infectious, perpetual,

reddened on city transit

heading east towards home,

hoping to arrive with

all the body parts I'm saving for you

intact, staring at that hand

unzipping his faded jeans

thinking ankle, thumb, hip,



Leave these alone and he can do

all he wants with his

animal parts.

Paul Back · 16 years, 3 months ago
Due 10/18/05
9805 Wilmington DE                                        5584 Berwick, ME
6-head Cappuccino                                            chill zone only
3-head exotic choice
1206 Lincoln RI                                                 5403 Milton, NH
6-head cappuccino                                              6-head cappuccino
3-head exotic choice                                           3-head exotic choice
5528 Goffstown, NH
6-head Cappuccino                                           
3-head exotic choice
Due 10/25/05
5566 Sanford, ME                                               5587 Gray, ME
6-head cappuccino                                               6-head cappuccino
3-head exotic choice                                            Qty brewer
                                                                          Dual Air pot brewer
5589 Lewiston, ME                                             5589 Mechanic Falls, ME
6-head cappuccino                                               6-head cappuccino
3-head exotic choice                                            3-head exotic choice                                           
                                                                          Qty brewer
                                                                          Dual Air pot brewer
1285 Providence, RI
6-head cappuccino
Due 11/01/05
South Portland, ME                                            5579 Livermore Falls, ME
6-head cappuccino                                                6-head cappuccino                                        
Qty brewer                                                           3-head exotic choice
Dual Air pot brewer                                               Qty brewer
                                                                           Dual air pot
Qty brewer                                                           3-head exotic choice
Dual Air pot brewer                                               Qty brewer
                                                                           Dual air pot

Store # 5575 Portland ME                                Store # 0226 Sharon, MA
Dual Air Pot Brewer                                            6-head Cappuccino 
6-head cappuccino machine
Store # 4690 Waterbury, CT                            Store # 5615 Brewer, ME
Qty Brewer                                                        6-head cappuccino machine
Dual Air pot brewer                                            3-head exotic choice
6-head cappuccino machine
3-head exotic choice
Geoff Back · 16 years, 3 months ago
User's text was coming out all in caps in Word, despite the fact that capslock was off. I showed him how to go into the Font settings and uncheck the box marked "All Caps".
Talcott · 18 years, 9 months ago
While all of these studies have value, and quite possible truth, in their own rights, they are not the study of the literature itself. The criticisms of the materialist critics might be true about society, but society and the literature produced or read by it are separate entities. In the time between Plato and the critics of today, this distinction was generally noted in literary criticism. Some schools of though, such as the New Critics, went so far as to discount the notion of authorial intent, declaring it "neither available nor desirable as a standard for judging the success of a work of literary art" (Wimsatt and Beardsley 1383). These critics present the poem or novel as a work completely unto itself, unconnected to any form of context external to the text.
Arbie · 18 years, 9 months ago
hmmmm....well ok, but how do I post the dishes I probably should be washing? :-)
lawrence · 18 years, 9 months ago

Posting to: Paste a random piece of your work.

Your Post:
nate... Back · 18 years, 9 months ago
Heh. :)
beth-pseudocanuck! Back · 18 years, 9 months ago

amen. spring classes are over. summer classes haven't started. what would i be doing if i weren't here anyway? buffy complete first season DVDs, baby.. much thanks to shelly :)

John J. Ryan Back · 18 years, 9 months ago
MmmmmmmBuffy Season 1......
A girl named Becca · 18 years, 9 months ago

          Nature, according to Thomas Huxley, “is on about the same level as a gladiator’s show” (62).  Limited resources and ever-increasing populations lead to an unrestrained, unregulated, no-holds-barred struggle for existence.  Morality has no place in the natural world, though men often superimpose their own ethics onto what they see.  As an example, Huxley describes the relationship between a wolf and a deer: though humanity may tend to sympathize with the sufferer rather than the aggressor, “deer and wolf are alike admirable” (60), because they are equally well suited to their respective needs of fleeing and of attacking.  If the wolf is hungry and able to catch a deer, nature has no reason for him to exercise restraint.  The natural competition for the means of survival, in fact, necessitates his impulsive, uninhibited behavior.

            Society, on the other hand, “means a checking of the cosmic process at every step” (Huxley 108).  Huxley’s definition of the beginning of civilization is the first “[substitution of] the state of mutual peace for that of mutual war, . . . a limit upon the struggle for existence” (64-65).  Unlike nature, society should and does operate on ethical rules, according to which a man who acts like the wolf is, in fact, less admirable than one who acts like the deer.  It is restraint that facilitates the cooperation necessary to a functioning society, and thus the ethical man “founds his life on . . . self-restraint, which is the negation of the unlimited struggle for existence” (65).  Restraint is useless in the animal world, but it is both needed and morally valued in human society.

Laura P. · 18 years, 9 months ago

This book contains long passages describing Harriet’s boredom and also her missions throught the woods for some reason or another. Excise these sections and the book may be more readable. She has some interesting main characters, such as Harriets aunts, but these rewards are few and far between compared to the descriptions of the red necks who have a Methamphetamine lab. Although she tries to make them distinct, even bestowing one with a blind eye, they all run together in a huge, boring, meth-soaked stew. The portrayal of these rednecks (including a snake-handling preacher) alternates between comical and embarrassing.

The Little Friend can’t seem to make up it’s mind what time period it is set in. The Bay City Rollers (80’s) are popular with school girls, Harriet wears L.L. Bean shoes (90’s), there are girls named Jada at her camp (00’s), but comic books cost 35 cents (60’s?). Also, the relationship between the races seem distressingly backward, even for the Deep South. The only non-servant black portrayed is a mulatto hustler named Catfish! Please!

Mamalissa! · 18 years, 9 months ago

I fund-raise for a non-profit org, and really can't post 85% of what I'm doing.  But here's some really generic code from my database:

Private Sub Payments_Click()
On Error GoTo Err_Payments_Click
    If IsNull(Me![AttendeeID]) Then
        MsgBox "Enter attendee information before entering payment information."
        DoCmd.DoMenuItem acFormBar, acRecordsMenu, acSaveRecord, , acMenuVer70
        DoCmd.OpenForm "PaymentEntry"
        DoCmd.GoToRecord , , acNewRec
    End If

    Exit Sub

    MsgBox Err.Description
    Resume Exit_Payments_Click
End Sub

renita Back · 18 years, 9 months ago
same here...

I have a spreadsheet

Constituent ID, Key Name, Amount, Appeal, Date, Gift Type, PAyment Type, First Pledge Payment Date, Pledge Reminder?, Reference, campaign, Fund, Post Date, Post status. and then in the window next to it a form with the address info for whichever constituent account I have open.
Misch · 18 years, 9 months ago
[CLASSIFIED] work [CLASSIFIED] DARPA [CLASSIFIED]. Protect this data like you would protect your ATM PIN number and card.
J. Andrew World · 18 years, 9 months ago
J. Andrew World Back · 18 years, 9 months ago

I almost forgot, I also:

"Anyways lasy month in Northampton I asked if you if you had wanted to take part in a Benefit album"


"Would you like to book..."

Then there is my day job: Sales

J. Andrew World Back · 18 years, 9 months ago
emilie is CRANKY · 18 years, 9 months ago

<i>The Kinks is the continuing obsession of one of Britain's premier songwriting talents, Raymond Douglas Davies (b. 21 June 1944, Muswell Hill, London, England; vocals/guitar/piano). Originally known as the Ravens, the Kinks formed at the end of 1963 with a line-up comprising: Dave Davies (b. 3 February 1947, Muswell Hill, London; guitar/vocals) and Peter Quaife (b. 31 December 1943, Tavistock, Devon, England; bass), and were finally joined by Mick Avory (b. 15 February 1944, London; drums). Their first single 'Long Tall Sally' failed to sell, although they did receive a lot of publicity through the efforts of their shrewd managers Robert Wace, Grenville Collins and Larry Page. Their third single, 'You Really Got Me', rocketed to the UK number 1 spot, boosted by an astonishing performance on the UK television show Ready Steady Go.This and its successor, 'All Day And All Of The Night', provided a blueprint for hard rock guitar playing, with the simple but powerful riffs supplied by the younger Davies. Over the next two years Ray Davies emerged as a songwriter of startling originality and his band were rarely out of the best-sellers list. Early in 1965, the group returned to number 1 with the languid 'Tired Of Waiting For You'. They enjoyed a further string of hits that year, including 'Everybody's Gonna Be Happy', 'Set Me Free', 'See My Friend' and 'Till The End Of The Day'. Despite the humanity of his lyrics, Davies was occasionally a problematical character, renowned for his eccentric behaviour. The Kinks were equally tempestuous and frequently violent. Earlier in 1965, events had reached a head when the normally placid drummer, Mick Avory, attacked Dave Davies on stage with the hi-hat of his drum kit, having been goaded beyond endurance. Remarkably, the group survived such contretemps and soldiered on. A disastrous US tour saw them banned from that country, amid further disputes. </i>

...etc :D

J. Andrew World Back · 18 years, 9 months ago

MLE, What do you do?

emilie is CRANKY Back · 18 years, 9 months ago

i'm meant to be studying for my music exam in 3 weeks, one of the sections of which is on pop & rock music, and one of the set works i have to study is the kinks' 'waterloo sunset'. i have to know a bit of background info on the band, y'know, for context and that.

actually, here's the list of set works for the topic:

louis armstrong - west end blues
duke ellington - 'black and tan fantasy'
miles davis - 'four'
howlin' wolf - 'i'm leavin' you'
carl perkins - 'honey don't'
the kinks - 'waterloo sunset'
the beatles - 'a day in the life'
desmond dekker and the aces - 'you can get it if you really want'
van morrison - 'tupelo honey'
oasis - 'don't look back in anger'

the beatles' and the kinks' songs are special focus works, which means i have to study them more in-depth than the others.

yer. my music course rawks. :)

J. Andrew World Back · 18 years, 9 months ago
That's almost as cool as the class I took where I watched Sci-Fi films!
Adam Hartfield Back · 18 years, 9 months ago
*Love* Wanda Jackson's "Honey Don't" cover. Seek it out! (The original is good, too, but Wanda rocks.)
Mollie · 18 years, 9 months ago
5/22/3 LMP 5/14/3 No UPI X 2 wks PT - Pt states she wants to use Evra. C/O HA's with previous OC's, denies focal neuro sx. States she has difficulty remembering to take OC's. No CI's to Evra. Call to pharmacy: Ortho Evra #9 patches, use as directed, refills: 3. Please adv. pt to begin Evra today, BUM X 1 wk. RTC ASAP for Ann/PRN M Driscoll CNM
John J. Ryan · 18 years, 9 months ago


C  Cmaj7  C6  Caug  Dm7  G7  Dm7  G7
C  Cmaj7  C6  Caug  Dm7  G7  Dm7  G7

     C              F   
Won't you look up at the skyline  
       C                  Em
at the mortar, block, and glass,
    F               D/F#              Gsus4  Gsus2  G  G7
and check out the reflections in my eyes.
         C              F    
See they always used to be there  
     C                     Em 
even when this was all was grass,
      F                D/F#            G7sus2   G7
and I sang and danced about a high rise.

             F              G           /C  /B  /A  /G
And you were laughing at my helmet hat
F              Dm7/G  G7  Dm7/G  G7  Dm7/G  G7  Dm7/G
Laughing at my torch.

C              Cmaj7              C6
  Go ahead and laugh all you want   
  Caug       Dm7  G  Dm7        
I got my philosophy
G                  C              Cmaj7  C6  
And I trust it like the ground.         
       Caug        Dm7  G
That's why my philosophy
         Dm7                 G          C/G  G7  Dm7/G          
Keeps me running when I'm falling down.

I see that there is evil, and I know that there is good,
but the in betweens I never understood.
Would you look at me I'm crazy, but I get the job done.
I'm crazy but I get the job done, and I say,


  Am                   Eaug            
I pushed you cause I loved you guys. 
  Am7        Am6/E          
I didn't realize
            Gm          Bb/C  C  Bb/C  C  Bb/C  C  
you weren't having fun.
      F                                G
And I dragged you up the stairs and I told you to fly.
          F                           G              
You were flapping your arms, then you started to cry,
         Am             Bb 
you were too high, oh too high.

C  Cmaj7  C6  Caug  Dm7  G7  Dm7  G7

Now you take this all for granted. 
You take the mortar, block, and glass,
And you forget the speech that moved the stone.
And it's really not that you can't see
the forest for the trees,
You never been out in the woods alone. 
So you can laugh all you

Want to, but I've got my philosophy
And I love you you're my friend.
But you got no philosophy.   
Now it's time for this song to end.

G  Gsus2  G  Gsus2
G  Gsus2  G  Gsus2
G  C/G  Dm7/G  G  Dm7/G  C/G
G  C/G  Dm7/G  G  Dm7/G  C/G
G  C/G  Dm7/G  G  Dm7/G  C/G
G  C/G  Dm7/G  G  Dm7/G  C/G  G
G13  F13  G13  Bb13 (descending arpeggios on Bb13)
G  Dm7/G  G  Dm7/G
G  Dm7/G  G  Dm7/G  G  (pound)

And I'll be working on A Mighty Wind after I'm settled in.

Bender Back · 16 years, 3 months ago
I have the songbook if you want me to photocopy it.
Mamalissa! · 18 years, 9 months ago

I keep reading the forum topic, and hearing it to the tune

.oO Take another little piece of my heart, now baby Oo.

.oO Paste a random little piece of your work, now baby Oo.

Adam Hartfield Back · 18 years, 9 months ago
By Janis Joplin or Faith Hill? :)
Zach Back · 18 years, 9 months ago
I certainly hope it was Janis Joplin.
Mamalissa! Back · 16 years, 3 months ago
And two and a half years later (to the day), the song is still in my head...
zil · 18 years, 9 months ago

damn thing is still uinder construction, but soon it will be filled with my art. word.

zil Back · 18 years, 9 months ago

here is another smaple of a typical zilworkthing:

the stage is full of damn actors not paying attention and the pit is full of musicians impatiently waiting for rehersal to begin. "places people, places, we want to start this rehersal on time today." I yell as I walk around the stage handing out notes and giving constructive critisism/support. they clear the stage and they all wait for me to give the word, and then we begin. make sure john gets his props, becuase he always forgets, jamie likes lemon in his water, erin is missing a botton on his shirt for act two, dont forget to cue the pit, stage light cue, cue actors, shove sara on stage because she always forgets her entrance, cue sound cue 1 night sounds, cue sound cue 2 crickets...

the painting thing is kind of hard to give you a sample of...

and the movie theater thing is not worth your time.

the end.

zil Back · 18 years, 9 months ago
heh... on 1940' radio hour poster (  you can just barely see my signature under the mic. thats origonal zilart folks.
Eri · 18 years, 9 months ago
If I could copy and paste out of my stupidcrappy DOS-based database program, you'd see a screen full of entries for CD and song titles for the group NEW TALKING DRUMS, THE.
goovie is married! · 18 years, 9 months ago
Schubas Tavern
3159 N. Southport Ave.

June 5: Wayne "The Train" Hancock with The Hoyle Brothers (9pm, $12W/$14D)
June 6: Scott Miller & The Commonwealth with Riviera and John Kimler (10pm, $8W/$10D)
June 7: Laura Cantrell with The Schramms and The Thin Man (10pm, $8W/$10D)
June 8: Jay Clifford of Jump, Little Children with Dick Prall of Starch Martins (7pm, all ages, $8W/$10D)
June 9: Steven Delopoulis with Neil Cleary featuring Mark Spencer, Parker Paul(8pm, $8)
June 11: Blue Merle with Wonderful Smith (9pm, $8)
June 13: Gemma Hayes with Josh Ritter and Christopher Sullivan (10pm, $8W, $10D)
June 14 - BR549 with Kelly Kessler & The Wichita Shut-Ins (10pm, $15)
June 15 - BR549 with The Gin Palace Jesters (9pm, $15)
caroline: tired. · 16 years, 3 months ago
1. What were some reasons that the fire spread so rapidly?
2. How would you describe the effect of the fire on the ordinary people of Rome? On the city as a whole?
3. What actions did Nero take to help the people after the fire? Do these actions seem consistent with the other stories about this emperor?


a. List your observations.
b. What does this experiment prove?

Name three plant foods that are starchy.

a. The part of the seed that stores the food for the new plant is called the _________.
b. What does the dark iodine stain indicate?

1. The four main elements used in food manufacture by plants are _____, ______, _______, and ________.
2. _______ and _________ are provided by water and dissolved minerals.
3. ________ and ________ are provided by the air.
Gordondon son of Ethelred · 16 years, 3 months ago
TMAT 135 Quiz 4 Prof. Nash
Name _________________________________(print)
1. A2 – 2AB + B2 = ______________________
2. A2 – B2 = ________________________
3. A2 +2AB + B2 = ______________________
4. A3 – B3 = ___________________________________________
5. A3 + B3 = ___________________________________________
6. (A + B)3 = ___________________________
7. (A – B)3 = ___________________________

I should be grading this now
dirty life & times · 16 years, 3 months ago
the only computer-related thing in the current stage of my art project is a letter from my instructor:

I feel that there is not enough of a tangible connection between the images, and the
You have lost the humor of your comic books - and humor is what can make the work more
potent - bringing light to a heavy topic.
I feel that the images could be a lot more important in the work - and the text
If the viewer can't make the links between image and text, and is not motivated to do
so, he/she will dissociate from the piece.
We were thinking more of a collage approach where you might actually illustrate some of
the stereotypes - place woody allen or similar figure next to
a sexy army figure - by pairing things you could create an interesting dialogue - hitler
vs israeli solder -
jap - vs ?
These are just the most obvious examples - but by creating a new context through
coupling or comparing the images could be a lot more powerful,
and you would reduce the need to spell it out in a text.
It is tricky because the piece is not a formal essay - and not a comic - not sure how
the 'drawn essay' works - it is difficult to be in between the two forms.

et cetera... also, i can't seem to see any of the images people are posting :(
Agent Scully · 16 years, 3 months ago
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Daniel · 16 years, 3 months ago

I work at Xstream Systems: Authorized Verizon dealer in Clovis, CA! ^^

our eROES went down today >.< we had one HELL of a day

Misch · 16 years, 3 months ago
Gordondon son of Ethelred Back · 16 years, 3 months ago
Did you redact the plans to the Budiedome's fabled defence systems?
Chris "Father" O'Malley · 16 years, 3 months ago
(trust me...this looks better formatted in Eclipse :)

// make sure library doesn't already have the maximum number of drives defined
// (in which case this creation should fail)
VirtualLibrary vl = clientInterface.getLibraryDetails(new VirtualLibraryID(virtualLibraryID));

// get the actual number of configured drives from the library details
LibraryGeometry lg = vl.getLibraryGeometry();
int numActualDrives = lg.getNumberOfDrives();

// now get the details about the library's max # of configurable drives from the template
int lgID = lg.getID();
VirtualLibraryBean vlb = new VirtualLibraryBean();
List list = vlb.getVirtualLibraryGeometryList();
int size = list.size();
int maxNumDrives = 0;
// find the right geometry template
for (int i = 0; i < size; i++)
LibraryGeometry lgt = (LibraryGeometry)list.get(i);
if (lgt.getID() == lg.getID())
maxNumDrives = lgt.getNumberOfDrives();

if (numActualDrives == maxNumDrives)
response += "You have already defined the maximum number of virtual " +
"drives this virtual library can contain. ";
lawrence Back · 16 years, 3 months ago
(trust me...this looks better formatted in Eclipse :)

everything looks better formatted in Eclipse.

I've even gone back and shift+ctrl+F'ed 3rd party source before because I've found it incomprehensible. :)
meh · 16 years, 3 months ago
Well, can't internet from work.
And it's not my work season.
But I'll give you a mock-up of the type of notes I end up taking when there's too many things happening at once, and I need to have things written down so I can enter everything in without us having to back up too much...

Begin Rt: 2.143
Begin Lt: 2.145
St Rt Br: 2.148
St Lt Br: 2.150
Ed Rt Br: 2.150
Ed Lt Br: 2.152
End Rt: 2.155
End Lt: 2.157

BR Rail: Bolted to low frame
Appr: Type 5 - no Spacers
Type 4 Transitions
Rt begin, Lt end tmts - t&b
Lt begin, Rt end tmts - mod buff

Rec: add 2 units all corners; replace supports; rt end appr will need brk or rad for field ent; add'l spec needed on deck (not my area); reposition mod buff ends - too // for my tastes, even if mod buff & not flaired

*** add'l spec on deck is how my mom would re-word it in the office. Any bridge with a bad deck is given a work order "additional inspection needed" and I put a comment in that "this bridge sucks." :-) I have to type "no spacers" in the comments regarding type 5 rail a lot (so many agencies skimp on the spacer blocks when they use type 5, which is dumb), and I get tired of it - so does my coworker Andy - that by the second or third week of work, we start typing all sorts of strange things. "No spaceships" "No Spicegirls" "No spiders" When we get too weird, she ends up having to call and ask us what the hell something means. We also comment if something seems useless. "Bridge over troubled nothing." "Bridge over cow." Or if something's unclear. "In control points as bridge. This bridge does the best culvert-impression I've ever seen."

Ok, I'll try to shut up now... but you DID ask about work. So there.
renita · 16 years, 3 months ago
8 & 10)

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