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A very famous Marine fighter unit in WWII, these Marines now fly ground attack profiles as part of a MAGTF.
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WE 05 departing for the ranges, but with an air to air role.
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Energy drink with attitude ... or, so the bottle says (it then goes on to say: "Not recommended for children; and pregnant or lactating women; and individuals sensitive to caffeine.").
All I know is that I'm still awake ... still working ... shaking slightly ... wishing I had an extra set of hands ... and, I will be so happy when I finish this project! ;-)
Prompted by Maxine's photo of her desk, which is looking eerily similar at the moment.
L-R: Eric Meyer, Tantek Celik, ?? (tell me in comments please)
Here's Glutbook, my 12" iBook mac laptop sporting some new cult-of-mac jamming adhesives!
* Technorati sticker, obtained at WE05 Sydney (thanks Tantek!)
* "OBEY with caution - Blind Acceptance can be hazardous", bought years ago in an Obey sticker pack I only just remembered I had
* Rad Rad Robotank from Strong Bad Email #139: Portrait, custom printed for NZD$15 at a sign printer here in Wellington called Asign. Supplied a EPS and it was printed and laser cut ready for sticking on in less than half a day! Awesome!
I know some mac-zealots (namely Kodiak) are gonna hate me for doing it. But that was part of the fun :D
Relax, take time out. Think how you would design or develop a site or an app today if you had the knowledge of what tomorrow would bring.
Bondi Beach - we just finished surfing/body-boarding and we needed food... Speedo's Cafe next door was an obvious choice
Posto letto d'emergenza e panoramico su camera nostra, sopra l'armadio
"Tantek really didn't want to answer that question," announced John Allsopp after everyone filed back into the Guthrie Theatre after a neighbouring construction crew sent a cloud of dust into the air... and a UTS fire sensor.
I used this very peculiar building-form as my waypoint for locating my temporary home on Pitt Street.