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Let's go out to the movies - Sara Golemon
Let's go out to the movies. As promised yesterday, I've gotten the videos from php|tek uploaded. Note: They're all coverage of the beer chugging contest, ...
Oh, I'm sorry, I didn't see you there... - Sara Golemon
I'm sure things will clear up in a week or two, so please take lots of pictures and video, and I'm sorry I'll miss it! Trackbacks ...
You're being lied to. - Sara Golemon
Now, to be fair, it's an innocent lie, since objects do behave in a reference-like manner, but references are NOT what they are. ...
1) Underpants 2) ??? 3) Profit! - Sara Golemon
1) Underpants 2) ??? 3) Profit! My sister is in town with her two ankle biters in tow. Being the doting aunt I picked up a couple of cheapo digital cameras ...
How long is a piece of string? - Sara Golemon
How long is a piece of string? Sunday morning I was asked by an IRC regular: "Where does the engine parse quoted strings?". ...
GO. LEMON. Do you know how to spell "Lemon"? - Sara Golemon
Do you know how to spell "Lemon"? I'm fairly used to people misspelling my name. Sarah Goleman (Most common misspelling); Sarah Goteman (As ...
GO. LEMON. Do you know how to spell "Lemon"? - Sara Golemon
Sarah - you'd be surprised how often I'm asked to spell "Guest"; a very simple word that's used from day to day yet it seems its so very ...
php|tek 2007 - Sara Golemon
They were finishing up the tek|live site, but hooked me up with some proper internet access (I was clumsily IRCing from my phone up to that point), ...
Bow to your neighbor, do-see-do... - Sara Golemon
Bow to your neighbor, do-see-do. ... It's all good, I wanted to get out and see Orlando anyway, just a shame it was so late at night. ...
GO. LEMON. Do you know how to spell "Lemon"? - Sara Golemon
GO. LEMON. Do you know how to spell "Lemon"? ... Helgi Bormar Borbjörnsson (MS; What's really staggering here is that they're clearly capable ... I know it's frustrating to see other people cannot use your name properly, ...
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