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heb0

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heb0 last won the day on February 14 2014

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About heb0

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    Jailer
  • Birthday 11/20/1991

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Room 1408
  • Interests
    I enjoy longs walks on the beach, collecting homemade pincushions, and spying on my next door neighbors, who I am sure work for the C.I.A. and are secretly plotting to kill me...

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  • RuneScape Name
    heb0
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    Member
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    Both
  • RuneScape God
    Guthix
  • Favourite Skill
    Woodcutting
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    Balanced
  • Combat Level
    106
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    1586

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  2. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-26159110 At the time of publication, lawyers for the sinkhole could not be reached for comment.
  3. heb0

    Pro(m)blem

    you should video tape each of yourselves dancing to enya's "Only Time" so that we can judge the better dancer. I don't know how you expect us to make an informed decision without that information.
  4. heb0

    Regrets

    I regret leaving Sal's.
  5. I feel like a giant rift just opened up in the universe and some sort of Rush Limbaugh-Komodo Dragon hybrid climbed out to wreak havoc on reality.
  6. I saw this in the sidebar and thought it was from the "profile feed" section. I figured you were trying to just make a witty feed update, but then realized it was "Recent Posts". But surely not. Surely this is The Onion, right?? :/
  7. heb0

    Proof Of God II: Electric Boogaloo

    I don't know. I mean, I'm not a professional quote-maker by any means, but I think that quote is at least enough to qualify me for a PhD of atheism. Eh?
  8. heb0

    Hi

    Welcome to the forums, Shadows! I moved your topic to the 'Scape Lounge, as more people will see it there. :)
  9. heb0

    Do you have a job?

    Are you currently working? Currently studying and working. I grade papers part time for PreCalculus, Calculus I, II, III and Numerical Methods classes. I'm also currently an intern at a national lab, helping out with solar energy research, but I wont be returning to that position until the summer. What do you like/dislike about your job? I'll just talk about grading so I don't end up writing a book and a half. :P My other job is super fun and I can't find much to complain about, so I'll just neglect it for now. Likes: The people I work with. Since we grade for undergrad courses, there are a lot of students (up to around 500 for the lower classes and down around 200-300 for the higher-up ones). They test once a week, so there is a lot of work and a lot of paper to deal with. The professors want to be able to return the tests the day after they're taken (these classes are 5 days a week), so there's basically a "team" of us that goes to work right after the tests and works until they're all done. There are some really fun, funny people that I work with, so I like that. I also like that it forces me to sharpen up my math skills. I feel like I forget stuff really quickly, and I enjoy Calculus, so I'd like to still be able to "do" it in the future. :P Dislikes: Basically everything I described above except the people (okay, sometimes it's the people too :P). It's super tedious and mind-numbing, and there's pressure to be quick. After doing this for a couple years you get really burned out on it. The pay in other departments is better, too, so we don't retain people well. This means there's always worry that we wont have enough graders. What previous jobs/careers have you had? Landscaping job in high school What job/career would you realistically like to have? I'd really like to go into research. Renewables are an areas of interest (specifically concentrating solar power), so that would be ideal. In more general terms, I'm a mechanical engineering major who likes the heat transfer side of ME, so probably something with that. I don't want to end up at a job where I just use software all day.
  10. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-21638727
  11. heb0

    Proof Of God II: Electric Boogaloo

    In this moment, I am euphoric. Not because of any phony god's blessing. But because, I am enlightened by my intelligence.
  12. heb0

    Dear Heb0

    Dear Redmonke, I am well. Thank you for asking. Living out here is hard, but we work hard and try to make a better life for ourselves. My brother is planning to travel to California to become a prospector, and perhaps he will strike it rich and be able to support our family and buy a new cow. I spoke to father about your advice on getting rid of potato beetles, and he said he would give it a try. How are things on your farm? Was this year's harvest good? Everyone around here had poor yields, and the potato beetles ruined much of what we had, but we will manage. Hopefully your crops fared better. Please write soon. I read mother all your letters and she always wants to hear more from you. Your pal, heb0
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