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  • Birthday 07/06/1971

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    Dallas, TX
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  1. I was going to post that I tell my wife I'm about to drop the D and that the + might be a fun twist. But the second part killed any enthusiasm in my 13 year old male brain.
  2. Better than the humor is the arc the series takes from a mildly bumbling and generic sitcom (season 1) to a stealth vehicle for love, openness, and acceptance. It ends up being a lot more than just a few laughs.
  3. I recommend the Jabra Elite Active 75t. The 'active' indicates it's the waterproof variant. I've even worn them in the shower a couple times. They sound great, fit incredibly well, and function as well during workouts as they do for for work meetings.
  4. Anyone in the US aware of any "unofficial" ways to watch Champions League matches without paying for CBS All Access? I'm also unable to view on Univision.
  5. I am a fan of the new (to me) 25.4 Oz format. Pictured with a 16 Oz and 12 Oz can for scale. I first noticed them from this brewery (Barrel Theory out of St. Paul, MN) but have since noticed a few breweries in Dallas using the same size for crowlers. In addition to their super deformed cuteness, it's a nice compromise between the 16 Oz and 32 Oz crowler options. It also pours better that the 32 Oz crowler format which tends to give me spillage on the first pour. Now I'd like to see 8 Oz crowler options for those big beers. I can't (and won't) drink a full crowler of s
  6. That sounds like a blast, Ed! I really need to hit that part of the country at some point. Of course, I keep saying the same for Colorado too. Budget for a ton of Uber rides and begin shipping purchases back home during the trip. Post-COVID, of course. Bummed because last night I broke one of my Teku glasses. Ordering more today. Highly recommended if you guys are looking to upgrade your beer glassware.
  7. Camp

    IFTTT Pro

    IFTTT is offering their pro tier for as little as $3.99/mo through the end of October. I've used several of their conditional triggers for routine things (receiving notifications of album releases by bands I like, pushing content to Evernote, backing up sales receipts, etc.). Over time, many of these stop working or need to be reset due to changes to various web services. I've always liked the idea of IFTTT (and others like Zapier) but I don't know that it's worth it as a paid service. Curious to start a discussion around how others have integrated these services to determine if go
  8. I'm guessing these are commercial devices being adapted for home use? What benefits do these bring over top of the line consumer level router options? Very curious.
  9. I re-read it last month to get in the spirit. The one thing that pains me about the film is the wait to part 2.
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