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If you wonder how to do something but not sure where to look, maybe this group can help.

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Latest Activity: Dec 10, 2016

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traveling on a budget

Started by Scott Omega. Last reply by Eric G. Jan 1, 2012. 1 Reply

A few months ago I looked into couchsurfing.org but heard some stories about that.I have always wanted to travel but don't feel like spending a fortune. So, if you have any websites that could help,…Continue

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starting a business

Started by Scott Omega Nov 28, 2011. 0 Replies

I am looking for a basic outline of steps. If you have a business, share your experiences.  Continue

building a greenhouse

Started by Scott Omega May 18, 2011. 0 Replies

useful link

Writing a resume

Started by Scott Omega. Last reply by Brandon Apr 12, 2011. 1 Reply

 Be HonestIt is better to address any gaps in employment than to try to hide them.Lying on your resume may get you into an interview, but you still have to go through a background and references…Continue

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Comment by x on March 18, 2011 at 11:31pm
groups need activity to get legs. Write something interesting 6 times a day.
Comment by Dave Santuomo on February 28, 2011 at 10:29am
Good for you Terry
Comment by x on February 24, 2011 at 8:35pm
Great idea for a group.  I'll definitely post some stuff here when I get a few minutes.
Comment by Dave Santuomo on February 17, 2011 at 9:48am

If you can't the easy ones here are a couple of pictures to help.

Comment by Dave Santuomo on February 16, 2011 at 4:01pm
Go to Lowes Home depot or where ever. They have them now with "points" in them.. All you have to do is clamp it on and the pins stick into the wires and your set. All you need is a screw driver
 

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Sir replied to Heath Edward O'Donnell's discussion Gaming and Proper Social Actions
"I can't imagine excluding newbies.  Maybe there are others that find it natural."
3 minutes ago
Lumberjoe replied to Heath Edward O'Donnell's discussion Gaming and Proper Social Actions
"Understandably? Why understandably? I can think of plenty of sub-cultures in similar situations that nonetheless welcome noobies so long as the latter demonstrate a certain respect in regards to the sub-culture itself."
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David F. replied to Brad's discussion I've lost a lot of weight! How should I expect my life to change?
"I have always been on the skinny side.  I just end up with an extra layer on.  It may just be a simple fact that you need a few extra layers. As to friends drifting away.  I hit that when my son was born.  All my friends did not…"
1 hour ago
Pale Horse replied to Heath Edward O'Donnell's discussion Gaming and Proper Social Actions
"+1 There is also, understandably, a culture of exclusion in most fandom-type groups, against great numbers of incoming "fans." Nobody wants their hobby invaded by poseurs and wannabes. This is exacerbated when those wannabes not only think…"
1 hour ago
Lumberjoe replied to Heath Edward O'Donnell's discussion Gaming and Proper Social Actions
"I admit I don't know anything about that. But the movie, on its own, was simply terrible. Not terrible because it was cramming feminism down anyone's throat, though, because IMO that never happened at any point in the movie. It was just…"
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Jack Bauer replied to Heath Edward O'Donnell's discussion Gaming and Proper Social Actions
"With GB, the politics was in the choice of director and the casting, and in the extra-curricular statements and press. Not in the script. Mostly. It certainly wasn't an "assumption", though. It was said outright. JB"
2 hours ago
John Muir replied to Spinne's discussion Music Thread
"For the last several months, I've been listening to music from an organization named "Playing For Change". They promote music education around the world, and cultural interaction. They have a program called "Songs Around The…"
6 hours ago
Lumberjoe replied to Heath Edward O'Donnell's discussion Gaming and Proper Social Actions
""* Politics is a story-killer.  Stories prosper when they're about characters, not when those characters are there to serve an ideology, whatever the ideology is.  I suspect the blowback on the new Ghostbusters! was not just…"
6 hours ago

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