Keybase proof

I hereby claim:

  • I am whit537 on github.
  • I am whit537 ( on keybase.
  • I have a public key whose fingerprint is C328 C24F 685E 8D29 13C1 0A4C 6EE1 8A8D C479 77C2

To claim this, I am signing this object:

"""Here's how you implement Foo(pkid) with postgres.orm 2.1.x.
Discovered at PyTennesse with @wlphoenix @PederSchacht et al.
class Foo(Model):
typname = 'foo'
def __new__(cls, pkid_or_record):
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# Given this List of Songs, Construct Arrays by Artist and Album
# Hint: Make use of the split() String Method
# Simple Example of Data Parsing
songs = [
"The Magnetic Fields - 69 Love Songs - Parades Go By",
"The Magnetic Fields - Get Lost - Smoke and Mirrors",
"Neutral Milk Hotel - In An Aeroplane Over the Sea - Holland 1945",
"The Magnetic Fields - Get Lost - You, Me, and the Moon",
curl$REPO/pulls \
-d"{\"issue\": \"$ISSUE\", \"head\": \"$HEAD\", \"base\": \"master\"}"
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# This adds tab completion of git branch names (including remotes) to several
# git-related bash aliases I have set up:
# co git checkout
# gb git branch
# gm git merge
# Bugs:
"""This is an Aspen hook for supporting PJAX.
Install it in your project's like so:
website.hooks.outbound += [aspen_pjax.outbound]
from pyquery import PyQuery as pq #
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[12:28am] elliottcable: To describe what I'm doing: To anonymize my identity away from my private “savings” address, from which I'm drawing funds,
[12:28am] elliottcable: I'm preforming a “shared send.” This uses a third-party anonymizing service that forwards the money through hundreds of transactions, that “mix” the money with other peoples', making it virtually impossible to trace the transaction back through the public block-chain.
[12:28am] elliottcable: (Basically, it's socially-acceptable money laundering. Standard practice.)
[12:29am] elliottcable: This is going to trickle money out onto a new address of my own I've generated for this purpose; once it's full, I'll be generating two transactions. One to the address you just signed for me, a private transaction to yourself. You will then be able to draw on that money (publically), or launder it back to your own anonymous savings account, as you please.
[12:30am] elliottcable: The second will go to a public address, which I'll help you generat
#!/usr/bin/env python
import sys
sys.path.insert(0, 'env/lib/python2.7/site-packages') # kludge for running
# under foreman
import balanced
import gittip
from gittip import wireup
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main_loop = true;
stuff = "blah";
{{ stuff }}