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#!/usr/bin/env python3
import requests
import codecs
import csv
r = requests.get('')
data = list(csv.reader(codecs.iterdecode(r.iter_lines(), 'utf-8')))
m = [d for d in data if d[1:3] == ["Middlesex", "Massachusetts"]]
s = [d for d in data if d[1:3] == ["Suffolk", "Massachusetts"]]
n = [d for d in data if d[1:3] == ["Norfolk", "Massachusetts"]]
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#!/usr/bin/env python3
# this is a utility for Daniel to make it easier
# to move tapes into the mailslot for sending to Iron Mountain
from sh import mtx, bconsole, echo
import sys
import re
tape_device = "/dev/tape/by-serial/bs_sch-STK_SL150_464970G+1304SY0600-sch"
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# Logfile created on 2020-07-20 12:43:36 -0400 by logger.rb/66358
D, [2020-07-20T12:43:36.782798 #53424] DEBUG -- : User asserted this is a SINGLE_FILE_BACKUP
D, [2020-07-20T12:43:36.806225 #53424] DEBUG -- : Guessed Notes Version: 13
D, [2020-07-20T12:43:36.806329 #53424] DEBUG -- : Backup is valid, ripping notes
D, [2020-07-20T12:43:36.806356 #53424] DEBUG -- : Apple Backup: Ripping notes from Note Store version 13
D, [2020-07-20T12:43:36.807489 #53424] DEBUG -- : Rip Account: Calling rip_account on Account ID 1
D, [2020-07-20T12:43:36.807536 #53424] DEBUG -- : Rip Account: Using server_record_column of ZSERVERRECORDDATA
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VIM - Vi IMproved 8.1 (2018 May 18, compiled Apr 17 2020 17:49:10)
macOS version
Included patches: 1-503, 505-680, 682-2292
Compiled by
Normal version without GUI. Features included (+) or not (-):
+acl -farsi -mouse_sysmouse -tag_any_white
-arabic +file_in_path -mouse_urxvt -tcl
+autocmd +find_in_path +mouse_xterm -termguicolors
+autochdir +float +multi_byte +terminal
-autoservername +folding +multi_lang +terminfo
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It seems like a silly question to ask, from some perspectives - as in, why not disney? It's one of the most popular tourist destinations on earth, so it hardly seems like anyone would need to come up with an excuse to go. But people do ask, and wonder especially why anyone would go there as an adult, without kids in tow. And especially why someone who is very much not a mass-media person, not especially invested in popular culture.
I have a few reasons.
Disney World - and the Magic Kingdom in particular - is a masterpiece of fractal complexity and artistry. Every square inch of the park has had decades of thought put into it. The closer you pay attention, the more little clever details you find, which is why I'm not going to be bored with this as my 4th visit in the last 5 years.
Contagiously Happy Atmosphere
They call it "The Happiest Place On Earth", and they're not kidding. They don't actually pump drugs into the air, but they don't need to - Disney are the absolute world masters of psychologica
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trap {
set rows [stty rows]
set cols [stty columns]
stty rows $rows columns $cols < $spawn_out(slave,name)
set dest [lindex $argv 0];
# are we already on vpn?
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( 1/22) [CC] ../tmp/core/dwi/gradient.o
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( 3/22) [CC] ../tmp/core/image_io/mosaic.o
( 4/22) [CC] ../tmp/core/file/json_utils.o
( 5/22) [CC] ../tmp/core/formats/mrtrix_sparse_legacy.o
( 6/22) [CC] ../tmp/core/file/dicom/study.o
( 8/22) [CC] ../tmp/core/file/name_parser.o
( 7/22) [CC] ../tmp/core/app.o
(10/22) [CC] ../tmp/core/file/dicom/series.o
(11/22) [CC] ../tmp/core/math/stats/import.o
dmd / .vimrc
Created Apr 19, 2020
loooooong startup
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set nocp
" Plugins
if empty(glob('~/.vim/autoload/plug.vim'))
silent !curl -fLo ~/.vim/autoload/plug.vim --create-dirs
autocmd VimEnter * PlugInstall --sync | source $HOME/.vimrc
call plug#begin('~/.vim/plugged')
Plug 'vim-airline/vim-airline'
Plug 'vim-airline/vim-airline-themes'
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nmap <S-Up> v<Up>
nmap <S-Down> v<Down>
nmap <S-Left> v<Left>
nmap <S-Right> v<Right>
vmap <S-Up> <Up>
vmap <S-Down> <Down>
vmap <S-Left> <Left>
vmap <S-Right> <Right>
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Children of Time Adrian Tchaikovsky
Recursion Blake Crouch
Come Tumbling Down Seanan McGuire
The Secret Chapter Genevieve Cogman
last tango in cyberspace steven kotler
instantiation greg egan
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