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C++, Tcl, csh (ohhh yes—csh) by day; jQuery, PHP, (recently) Rails by evening. INFJ and skeptic(—the irony's not lost on me); shaped by Godel Escher Bach and The Black Swan. I like parentheses; plinking away on guitars; falling out of planes; Getting Things Done, and Magic Hat #9.
Please consider supporting Bradley Manning—I would match 5 USD for every 20 USD donated, if you let me know. Manning was confined for nearly 3 years without trial; military law should have granted trial within 120 days. The trial was granted (scheduled for June) but the public and press are denied access. IMHO, Manning is truly moved by an unadulterated sense of ethics—including: willing to admit wrong where he feels he's done wrong—an attribute I of course don't expect reflected by the U.S. government, but nonetheless the lack of which I expect them to be liable for.
tl;dr—I ask for your trust and your hand in supporting Bradley Manning.
If you see fraud and don't shout fraud, you are a fraud.
N. N. Taleb
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|location||San Diego, CA||seen||Apr 29 at 17:16|
Is there such a thing as a package receiving service?
I can't believe I missed that keyword. I searched "mailbox" on Yelp and found a ton of results. To give future readers a sense for the price (a Yahoo! Answers post misled me into thinking it wouldn't cost more than $20/month), the UPS at Union Square charges $40/month, with 1 month free if you sign up for 6 months, and 3 months free for 12 months. Greenwich Village Mail Center (great reviews on Yelp) charges $40/month for 6 months, $35/month for 12 months, and also gives 3 months free if you sign up for 12 months. I called several other places, and the prices were all in this range.