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I have worked in a technical support role for several industries and love the problem-solving aspects of my work as well as helping clients maximize their productivity.

A life-long curiosity drives my interests ranging from creative writing, photo-editing, music, problem-solving puzzles such as sudoku, cooking and baking, all types of crafting, sewing and yarn arts, creative resources on the internet and learning new apps for my favorite toy...my iPhone.

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comment A word to describe a lot of people who lie on a place
This looks like a "lie-in" protest demonstration - sometimes also called a "die-in". The protestors lie down in an area, representing dead people, sometimes having signs or banners on their bodies, as your picture appears to show. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Die-in
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reviewed Close Can “however” be used in middle of a single clause?
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reviewed Close What is meant by “same difference”?
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reviewed Close What is the meaning of bible idioms “right hand of”?
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reviewed Close Neither vs either in a negative statement
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reviewed Close Considering - meaning in this sentence
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reviewed Close What's the meaning of “what gets put where”?
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reviewed Close Does one capitalize “Portuguese” when used in a hyphenated adjective?
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reviewed Close Is this sentence correct: I could not keep calm?
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reviewed Close 'demurrage and deviation claims calculation' or 'calculations?'
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reviewed Close Comma position with citation
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reviewed Close Is “Unless if” grammatically incorrect?
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reviewed Close Is “Universityhood” a valid English word?
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comment Noun to describe a “typo-filled” letter
Is "errors" too ambiguous for your purposes?
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comment Do both of these introductions mean the same thing and make sense?
It broke down when you kept insisting I didn't understand the question and/or phrases and insulted me and my region - not that us US Midwesterners have thin-skin, mind you. :-) It's not that I didn't understand - it's just that I couldn't imagine phrasing a self-introduction that way. Anyway, welcome to the site and I hope you enjoy it as much as I do! :-)
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comment Do both of these introductions mean the same thing and make sense?
Trolling a community member is really not acceptable. You may want to read a few more questions, answers and comments to get a better feel for the communication style among our group. I truly was not trying to offend you Daft. Also, you can't assume who may have downvoted your question.
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comment Do both of these introductions mean the same thing and make sense?
You're right @Daft. I should have asked why you would say you didn't think you'd been introduced when you know you haven't. It's not a big deal, really, just trying to understand - and it's not an excuse - where I'm from, we don't tend to mince our words - we tend to speak directly. Best of luck with your introductions! :-)
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comment What are the differences and similarities between what “asocial” and “antisocial” mean?
How does the dictionary define asocial?
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comment picking a nicer word than article
Welcome Jack Watson. For what it's worth, "clip" is probably a more suitable word than "snip" and might be more organic to users as an object versus "snip" that sounds more like an action (to @itcouldevenbeaboat's inference) :-)
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