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I work for an insurance firm holding a variety of IT positions in the last 10 years. I'm currently serving as a network administrator.

I'm also an amateur aficionado in several subjects, including cooking, gaming, English and woodworking.


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answered What is the origin of “Indian Summer” and is it offensive?
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answered What term describes a story set within a foreign culture, but described by an outsider?
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answered What do you call these cars ridden by disabled people?
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comment Potato or Potatoes
As backgammon mentions below "potato" may be right in some cases, but "potatoes" will always be right. So there's no need to use "potato".
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answered What's the proper way to punctuate inches when recording the dimensions of something?
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comment Why is “the test is failed” acceptable?
@mawcsco Is correct a better term? It's justified because in the instance I listed, failed is an adjective, not a verb.
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answered Why is “the test is failed” acceptable?
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answered Is there a word or a special phrase in English to describe the curvy upper lip that some people like Rio Ferdinand have?
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answered Repeated word use - Terminology
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