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post #1 of 39 (permalink) Old 05-14-2003, 04:13 PM Thread Starter
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What's everybody doing?

So, what's everybody working on today?

I'm working on writing configs for a PIX firewall and needed a break.

I figure some of you out there have to be doing something more interesting....so lets here it, what's everybody here do during there day jobs?
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post #2 of 39 (permalink) Old 05-14-2003, 04:15 PM
 
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working on an order visibility app for the web and hit a brick wall. Damn those lurking null pointer exceptions...
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u can pm me with those stocks ... kiddin..Ab Initio development today to store Avaya info in a data warehouse... boring
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wondering weather the internet traffic at one of our facilities is properly being routed out the PIX firewall. how ironic.

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Writing model variations, for different United States Air Force Bases Siren Warning Systems. Fun Stuff. Wish I was out riding.

I want to put a picture up for my Avatar, but I can get the picture down to 150 by 150 pixels
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Writting this post. Oh and changing ACL's on some routers.

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I'll throw some work your way. I need sliders. White please.

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crazy day....trained a new guy in the morning. interviewed another guy in the afternoon. now i'm sitting down at my desk staring at the computer wondering how i could get more girls to apply. oh, and running a financial plan too. and now the cash flow analysis isn't right......damnit
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Writing model variations, for different United States Air Force Bases Siren Warning Systems. Fun Stuff. Wish I was out riding.

I want to put a picture up for my Avatar, but I can get the picture down to 150 by 150 pixels
post it into this thread and one of us (maybe even ME) can resize it fer ya.
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How do I attach a picture in this web site??
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How do I attach a picture in this web site??
Do a new reply and at the bottom of the page there is an attach file. click browse and choose you pic

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Road America Pic

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I'm using Microsoft photo editor, The picture actually looked alot better before I started messing with it
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patiently waiting to go see the Matrix
Me too.

Plus I'm kinda sitting here now cause I'm done with all my work today with 45 minutes left. Yeah!
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Re: Road America Pic

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I want this picture as my Avatar
Well, here is one that's 150px wide that still preserves the first image. Otherwise, you'll have to clip the left or the right off the original one you posted
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Here is one with the left side cut off.

(sorry all, didn't mean to distract from thread)
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Thanks for your help,

I'm going home now to take the front wheel off my friends ZX6,

does anyone know what size alen key I need to get that wheel off. Its a 94 ZX6R. I know Its a big alen key, If I knew the size I could grab it from work
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See, the picture still isn't there

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Wondering what I am going to eat for dinner now that my fiancee said she is taking the late train home. Also wondering why I bought 3 blocks from the train station if I have to drive her ass there every day anyway.
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I am happy to say that I am finally done with the endless meetings and training that I have had to endure for the last 3 days. FREEDOM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Now, I am looking at my PC trying to figure out what to tackle next since my list of activities that I have to do is huge.

On a side note, I think it is funny how many of us are in the IT field. From the sound of it, most are developers where as I am on the sales end of it.

And for the grand finale, I too am waiting for the time that I head to the theatre to see the new Matrix tonight. Cant friggin wait. I will make sure to be online tomorrow to ruin the plot and surprises for everyone. Huhahahaha!!!!!!
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