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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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answered word: fridges that keep things hot (and not cold)
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revised Is addressing a guy as “guy” rude?
added 4 characters in body
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comment Describing a group of people who lie down in a public place to send a political message
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
Jul
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reviewed Close Can “however” be used in middle of a single clause?
Jul
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reviewed Close What is meant by “same difference”?
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reviewed Close Is “right hand of” means right hand of anybody else?
Jul
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reviewed Close Neither vs either in a negative statement
Jul
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reviewed Close Considering - meaning in this sentence
Jul
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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?
Jul
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reviewed Close 'demurrage and deviation claims calculation' or 'calculations?'
Jul
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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?
Jul
25
comment Noun to describe a “typo-filled” letter
Is "errors" too ambiguous for your purposes?
Jul
25
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! :-)
Jul
25
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.
Jul
25
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! :-)