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I'm Justin, and I live in Boston. I'm a huge geek into process automation and work reduction, and am also an editor at Eat Your Serial. Thanks for dropping by!

Archive for February, 2009

More fucking bullshit from Craigslist

Saturday, February 28th, 2009

I emailed this job last night: Quick to Learn Medical File Clerk (Minneapolis) A healthcare company is currently seeking a friendly and outgoing Medical File Clerk! The ideal candidate will maintain accurate records for quick information retrieval, classify, sort retrieve and update office information upon request. Duties will include: storing hard copies or computerized forms, […]

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Contradictory ponderings of owning a car

Saturday, February 28th, 2009

So I was on the bus home last night, in the middle of a snow emergency, and we passed at least 8 cars being towed because they should not have been parked on the street after 9 pm. These girls behind me asked what was going on, and later had a conversation basically saying they […]

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Damn car!

Saturday, February 28th, 2009

So I was on my way to my once a month drumming circle when I realized that the stop I looked at on the schedule was few blocks down from me and it had already been there, and that I would not make it to my destination on time if I caught the next one. […]

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You know the drill…

Saturday, February 28th, 2009

I found this on facebook, but didn’t want to keep reposting crap there, so I’m putting it here instead. Things you have done during your lifetime: ( ) Gone on a blind date (x) Skipped school (x) Watched someone die (x) Been to Canada () Been to Mexico (x) Been to Florida () Been to […]

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Minneapolis is multicultural!

Saturday, February 28th, 2009

I got an email declaring a snow emergency. It is written in 7 languages: Today is Saturday, Feburary 21st, 2009 and Minneapolis has declared a Snow Emergency. Parking restrictions begin at 9 p.m. tonight. Go to the City’s web site for information; or call the Snow Emergency Hotline: (612) 348-SNOW (7669). Crews can only plow […]

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World of Goo for linux!

Saturday, February 28th, 2009

The developers of this game have created this game for $20, with no region limitations, and they’ve made it available not only for windows and mac, but also for LINUX! Its great to see that the developers believe that it should be available for linux because everyone should have the chance to play their games! […]

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So that’s a long title up there, isn’t it? We’ll call it CSCL student association for short. I went to the meeting today because I have not gone to the movie showings all semester, though I will be attending tomorrow night. Its run by my friend Nicholas. Basically he wants to figure out how we […]

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Job Updates

Saturday, February 28th, 2009

So, the job which I was applying for was an IT helpdesk position with an international company out of Denmark, called Coloplast. They were looking for someone with German language ability and a technical background to provide support for their German-speaking employees. No one in the office currently speaks German, and it was my understanding […]

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Mars Life

Saturday, February 28th, 2009

That is the title of the book I’m currently reading, by Ben Bova. It gives a very plausible view of the future of our world, and specifically the US, after global warming melts the ice caps and the countries of the world are flooded. It also shows what could happen if people continue to believe […]

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OK guys, gives this a read and let me know what you think. I googled GTN, and it at least seems to be a real company… Hello Justin, My name is LaNette, thank you for responding to this job offer. I work for GTN, we are an advertising and marketing agency that are hiring people […]

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