Now you have 1000 problems

Behold, the world’s greatest collection of "you’re doing it wrong" examples.

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Pecan Crusted Pork Chops

Made these last night – Amanda has demanded an encore so they must be pretty good.


Preheat the oven to 350f. In a food processor, process a handful (about a cup) of pecans, a small handful (maybe 1/8 cup) for dried dates and about 10-12 wheat thins into a coarse meal.

Season pork chops with salt and pepper and pat dry. Dip the chops into an egg wash (one egg beaten with a tablespoon of water) and press into the crust [...]

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Jumping the grooveshark

For the last year my work tunes have been provided by pandora. I had a couple stations that I had pruned and edited to my liking – to the point that I was seriously considering subscribing. I didn’t mind the unobtrusive ads and the 40 hour a month limit just reminded how much I relied on it and inspired me to drop some cash their way. 

 Before I got a chance to do so, however, they switched up their ads to [...]

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the boring part

this is it.

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Waiting for the baby

I’m hanging out at the hospital with Amanda waiting on this baby. Had a slightly scary moment a bit ago. After they started the epidural Sagan’s heart rate slowed down to 100 bpm from 130. They flipped amanda over and gave her some oxygen and that fixed the situation.

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Sugar: The Bitter Truth

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Mama Seal

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Smart up and down on the command line

I bet everyone already knows this, but I just learned it and love it:

# put this in ~/.inputrc # By default up/down are bound to previous-history # and next-history respectively. The following does the # same but gives the extra functionality where if you # type any text (or more accurately, if there is any text # between the start of the line and the cursor), the subset # of the history starting with that text is searched # Note to get rid of a [...]

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I love how complicated time is

What every developer should know about time.

Also, a guide to GNU screen.

And finally, “I think it takes a special kind of incompetence to use the same acronym in the same place for different offsets.“

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billions and billions

I’m watching cosmos on hulu on this all hallows eve. Earlier I took the dog for a walk. She does not like children in costumes.

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