Jared Padgett
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At 4:25pm on September 28, 2009, Félix Rainhier said…
Thanks Jared, greats regards
At 9:05pm on July 19, 2009, thehuhman said…
I liked the 1st one, the moose on a white shirt, but then I changed to the khaki one at the bottom. What did you get?
At 7:59am on June 9, 2009, thehuhman said…
Once we get our shirts, we should wear them in our "profile" pics. What do you think?
At 8:51pm on June 8, 2009, thehuhman said…
Hey Jared. You are in the 1000+ club on the leaderboard. Congratulations! Remind Brett he owes us a couple t-shirts!

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World Wines

Celebrating fine wines from around the world.
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Errol Alger commented on Jared Padgett's group World Wines
"Still trying different ones, but The Calling, a Cabernet Sauvignon from the California Alexander Valley, has provided the best experience so far. It is aged 24 months in 100% French Oak; 14.50% alcohol. It is as enjoyable with or without a meal and…"
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Going to the Ojai Wine Festival

Posted on June 10, 2010 at 10:30am 0 Comments

My wife and I invited some friends over for Memorial Day. We had just moved, and they were instrumental in that move, so we wanted to hang out with them in a non-moving capacity. My wife suggested I pick up a local wine since I wouldn't be the only oenophile there. More specifically, she wanted me to find an Ojai wine. Busy as we were with the move, work, and a new baby, I didn't get to do much exploring. I tried to settle for a Santa Barbara wine, since she was trying to hint at keeping it…

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Information Overload

Posted on June 30, 2009 at 1:52am 0 Comments

These last few months have been pretty exciting at work. The web site I am responsible for is undergoing a redesign, due to launch Wednesday, and I have been adding fun technological toys to a couple of the other sites I run. Google has launched a plethora of new web apps, and I have been playing with various Linux distros. The corporate IT department adopted Google Apps, so my departure from Microsoft is nearly complete. Lots of things happening in a short amount of time.



As I have… Continue

Father's Day recap

Posted on June 30, 2009 at 1:20am 0 Comments

Work has been pretty crazy lately, so I am behind on some stuff I wanted to blog about. In this case, Father's Day was over a week ago.



As I mentioned in my earlier post on Father's Day, this year marked my fourth as a father. My oldest is 3, and the baby is almost 8 months old. Both of my boys are happy and healthy, and my wife and I feel blessed to have them. They both have their moments, though.



Benjamin is recently potty-trained, which we are pretty stoked about. His… Continue

A Different View of History

Posted on June 17, 2009 at 12:42am 0 Comments

I picked up a copy of the Reagan Diaries at Costco the other day. Reagan is on my list of the greatest U.S. Presidents, so I always enjoy learning more about him. Being able to read about his presidency through his own words has been a great experience.



The last couple of years have been full of insider history. Working at a law school, I have been able to listen to a number of Supreme Court Justices that have visited our campus. So far I have been able to listen to Justices Alito,… Continue

Father's Day

Posted on June 17, 2009 at 12:00am 0 Comments

This year marks my fourth Father's Day as a father. It's hard to believe. I have been thinking about the concept of Father's Day lately. I think it is a good thing to honor our parents. They do a lot for us, and this is a way to give a tiny bit back to them. Being on the receiving end of this day is still pretty new though. Not that I mind getting presents from my boys, because I do. I just feel weird still.



Father's Day has always been about my dad, and my grandpas. When Father's… Continue

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http://tech.jdpadgett.com
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Fatherhood, Pipes, Cigars, Scotch, Guinness, Hats, Computers, Web Development, Gadgets, Movies, Music, Books, Selected sports, and more
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The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt; Theodore Rex; The Reagan Diaries; Dutch; Rich Dad, Poor Dad;

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Sir replied to Braeden 2.0's discussion Free Will in the group The Great Debate
"It's irrational.  He couldn't help passing me the mustard.  And I don't thank him because I value social cohesion.  I thank him because i have no choice.  "Thank you" in this belief system eszentially…"
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Ryan S. replied to Braeden 2.0's discussion Free Will in the group The Great Debate
"I think free will is a difficult concept to pin down as regardless of the position we take the position we take reinforces our own belief. Confirmation bias.  We also have to recognize that we can only come to our belief through our own…"
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Dann Anthony replied to Braeden 2.0's discussion Free Will in the group The Great Debate
"I'll bite. Prove that there's no free will, or that it's irrational. You're making a huge premise - support it. "
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Braeden 2.0 replied to Braeden 2.0's discussion Free Will in the group The Great Debate
"Thanking people serves a purpose, all that kind of stuff helps to maintain social cohesion. "
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Sir replied to Braeden 2.0's discussion Free Will in the group The Great Debate
"Of course you say that:  you can't help yourself, having no free will.  And I can't stop believing in free will; I have no choice either.  So there's no point in talking about it.  Too bad we have no choice about…"
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Free Will

"In this world, is the destiny of mankind controlled by some transcendental entity or law? Is it like the hand of God hovering above? At least it is true that man has no control; even over his own will." -Kentaro Miura Do you guys think humans have free will? I don't, and I think its an extremely irrational belief to think that we do, regardless of whether you take a religious or scientific perspective. See More
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