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tomoe_uehara
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No irc today, tomorrow I'll take a morning run with my dogs

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happy 200'th post.

ps: don't get lost.

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Why is your nick / name in lower case only?

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Tuncay look at:
[This]
and
[This]
I specify all lowercase because i think it looks best, and it's easier to type :)

what's on my mind? food. and a drink.

rawr. be very afraid
*poke*
. Populate the AutoHotkey city. Pointless but somewhat fun. .


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@tidbit
Why is your nick / name in lower case only?

If you look at it, it's a mirrored image.

tid is the mirrored image of bit in lowercase letters.

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Hmm next week I have to work at the morning, it's been 6 months I've worked at the afternoon.

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@tidbit
Why is your nick / name in lower case only?

If you look at it, it's a mirrored image.

tid is the mirrored image of bit in lowercase letters.


I've always thought this myself, and was curious when tidbit didn't actually acknowledge it in the answer/post.

I actually changed the 'location' information in my profile under the assumtion tidbit knew it was a mirror image.... now I need to find a new place to be 'from' :x

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you realize the first link has an explaination + sample and the second link has a few samples? In my above post that is.

on my mind? NULL.

rawr. be very afraid
*poke*
. Populate the AutoHotkey city. Pointless but somewhat fun. .


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What is donation free? :mrgreen:

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Debating on whether or not I should complete the American Community Survey.

From what I see, this is an attempt by my government to obtain information they have no right to. This is a supplement of the Census (Which I did complete and return) that is asking for information that I feel is personal and private.

Some of the questions:
What time I leave my house to go to work.
My gross income for the last year (Thats the IRS's business, not Census)
How many hours on average I work a week.
My job location.
My job title.
My primary function at my job.
Primary mode of transportation.
Travel time to/from work.
Other sources of income (Again, IRS, not Census)
If I have served in the military. (DoD has this info and won't release it, why should I?)
What dates I served in the military.
If I am disabled due to military service.

They are threatening that there will be fines/imprisonment if I don't comply. Interestingly enough, the Constitution's Fourth Amendment states that I only have to give the number of people living in my home and their names.

Now If I knew that the government was keeping this information secure, I would probably not have much of an issue, but, even though they claim they are, I have worked for the government, and I know that almost none of their information is actually secure. When I was in the military I received several (3+) notices that a thumb-drive or laptop that possibly contained my social security and or medical information was reported missing.

Isn't it great living in a "Free" country where they threaten you to disclose personal and private information under penalty of fine or imprisonment?

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Money, money, money... ($_$')

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Bills..Bills..Bills... :cool: :shock:

and what to wear..

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my computer is making some funky noises. doesn't sound to serious, and they are quiet.

rawr. be very afraid
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. Populate the AutoHotkey city. Pointless but somewhat fun. .


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Millwall Millwall, you're all really dreadful, and all your girlfriends are unfulfilled...

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*if you've seen the show you know what I'm thinking about*

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zynga poker..?