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About cdelcamp

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  1. In much of (my) life the difference between being correct and not has actual consequences; the consequences of being wrong should be avoided. Uncertainty is uncomfortable but better than the alternative.
  2. When in doubt, double-check the budget.
  3. playing elder scrolls online
  4. Cool! I look forward to hearing your opinion of it.
  5. I drink one at about 8am and then I am hungry around lunchtime at 12:30-1pm.
  6. Peanut butter waffles sound delicious. Welcome to the forum.
  7. I am also INTJ female. I have had relationships before, but didn't find them worthwhile enough to continue. I'm glad you decided to join.
  8. I drink Soylent for breakfast. (I get the prebottled ones from Amazon as a subscription.) I add either Banana or Almond extract to add some additional flavor. It is an easy way to get nutrition in the morning without having to think about it. Without Soylent, I don't eat breakfast, so for me it is worth it. I haven't tried the Coffiest.
  9. I am used to the more orange yolks. I once tried a different brand/type of eggs and the yolks were yellow and they didn't taste as good, so I switched back to my regular brand.
  10. I haven't used Mint, so I have no opinion on it.
  11. I started with Debian and I liked it - it's relatively easy to learn and is good; I switched to ubuntu when I got a Dell laptop and couldn't make Debian play nice with the screen (Dell's fault I think). I still use ubuntu but have switched to using XFCE instead of Gnome because Gnome became so awful. I have thought about installing Arch Linux but have not yet made that leap.
  12. I'm glad you're willing to consider other options for your future that might make you happier than your 'comfort zone'. I don't think you only need to consider computers or technology, especially if it isn't an area that interests you. The same analytical skills which could be applied to computers can be applied in many unrelated fields. Or you might be able to find an intersection of computers and healthcare which would allow you to leverage your previous experience in a different role.
  13. I like Frank Herbert (Dune, The Dosadi Experiment), Roger Zelazny (Chronicles of Amber, Lord of Light), as well as Terry Pratchett's Discworld series. Herbert can be a bit dry, but worth the effort; Zelazny has a poetical quality to his writing, and Pratchett's Discworld is more fantasy-humor but very easy to read.
  14. I'm in Tulsa.
  15. The evidence on if DST saves energy seems to be mixed and dependent on region, but the time change almost certainly has widespread negative effects like an increase in heart attacks and car accidents. So DST only makes sense if you think that maybe saving some energy is worth the costs associated. https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/does-daylight-saving-times-save-energy/ http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2013/11/131101-when-does-daylight-savings-time-end-november-3-science/ https://www.timeanddate.com/time/dst/daylight-saving-health.html