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02 Mar 2016 » I paid $70 for some PJs

Just typing out the title for this piece kind of hurts… somewhat.

I’m a pretty cheap guy. It could be how I was raised, a natural tendency, or reading a few financial books throughout my years. But honestly pretty cheap.

Lets take a trip back down memory lane a tad.

December 18, 2015 Preparing for an annual trip, this time to Mexico. While packing in my minimalist fashion, I start to add my PJ pants. Trusty, old, and extremely worn in the butt area. So worn that there is actually a soft tear from so much use. I figure, “hey, no big deal right? They’re just to sleep in anyhow.” Throw them in and proceed to have a wonderful time throughout Mexico.

January 4, 2016 Unpack and notice the hole is no longer a hole, but something that appears to be a pair of fetish like chaps. No coverage of the backside whatsoever. Pat, you got to let em go. Just let go.

To the trash they go. Pantless (PJ wise) Pat is in the building.



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19 Sep 2015 » Running jekyll

This is my first post using Jekyll.

Originally it was a simple one line text showing proper output, however in interest in playing this through further and play with some of the markdown options:

Console.WriteLine("Hey there buddy.");

Per myself:

You should hug your mom. Then your dad.



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02 Jul 2014 » SDJS Meetup Notes

###craftyjs.com

Crafty.e(1, 2, 3, 4) 

constructor……

querying: comma denotes AND, i.e. Crafty(“Love Hate”) vs Crafty(“Love, Hate”)

collision: .onHit(item, function() { });

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###D3.js

http://processing.org

D3 likes JSON Origin is upper left, draws down & right.

Data visualization http://selection.datavisualization.ch

Jeffery Heer - Standford Computer Science (HCI)



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