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artlung
My name is Joe Crawford and I like to make web things.
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Turned out to be a pretty terrible predictor. Search is more like information gathering than decision-making, I think. It would be interesting to do this analysis on groups of undecideds over time, to see what candidates relative position may change up or down as voters learn more about them.
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My mom's cancer and tumors (including brain tumors) have ups and downs with growth, and the doctors and my mom bob and weave like a boxer. Scans every 3 months, adjustments to medications, It's stressful but it seems to be the way it goes with tumors. I'm not sure that's comforting, and if it's not, try to ignore it. :-) May you have better predictability and success fighting the extra stuff in your head. For what it's worth, you're in my prayers. Rock on, Matt.
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The Biesenbach quote was retracted.
Toggle Commented Apr 12, 2010 on completely out of context at sippey.com
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My ex-wife and I chose Flirting with Disaster. Live and learn. Also: Happy Anniversary!
Toggle Commented Apr 1, 2010 on Eudora.exe at A Whole Lotta Nothing
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Actually looks like very few people got it right. http://search.twitter.com/search?q=%40lancearmstrong+%22miles+davis%22 seems to do the job.
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I will be seeking out stuff. When Leah and I sold basically everything, we were mostly happy to see it go. But in general, the first person to name a price in a negotiation has given away the upper hand. This is especially true in salary negotiations.
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Feb 6, 2010
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Dec 16, 2009
Where was this?
Toggle Commented May 12, 2006 on Today's Strange But True Blog Entry at Pet Cobra
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It's interesting to me to hear Bettie Page as championed by gay men and young women -- the way I was led to Bettie was tied into magazine collectors and dealers who I have encountered at Comic Conventions (specifically San Diego Comic Con) for over 20 years (Indeed, since I was about 14 years old). I recall seeing issues of "The Bettie Pages" which championed her so strongly. I believe the driving force there was middle-aged men. I think Bettie's torch has been carried by a panoply of subcultures then. Something very transcendent about her power as an image that she has been picked up by so many. Even one image of her is potent. I can't think of another woman, or even person, whose image has has such a strong impact on me, knowing nothing more about the person's background.
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