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    • bobjonkman repeated a notice by lxo 28 October 2021
      RT @lxo funny thing, when I read stuff aloud, it's like DMA, it doesn't go through the CPU, and I can't recall what I've heard. I only retain what I read if I read it quietly
    • Favorite 28 October 2021
      bobjonkman favorited something by lxo: funny thing, when I read stuff aloud, it's like DMA, it doesn't go through the CPU, and I can't recall what I've heard. I only retain what I read if I read it quietly
    • New note by bobjonkman 26 October 2021
      Even with mass-energy equivalency, it is much easier to change mass into energy than the other way around. But as far as changing an object's *weight* by pressing a button, that should be possible. Weight is dependent on both on the mass and distance separating two (or more) objects, or the acceleration of an object. […]
    • bobjonkman repeated a notice by lxo 26 October 2021
      RT @lxo nah, it was entirely fictional AFAIK. Eureka was the fictional city of genius inventors in the series. no amount of internal motors could enable a ball to dynamically change its weight. though mass is energy, in day-to-day life you can most often assume it's conserved, which is why I found it so creative […]
    • Favorite 26 October 2021
      bobjonkman favorited something by lxo: nah, it was entirely fictional AFAIK. Eureka was the fictional city of genius inventors in the series. no amount of internal motors could enable a ball to dynamically change its weight. though mass is energy, in day-to-day life you can most often assume it's conserved, which is why I found […]
    • New note by bobjonkman 14 October 2021
      But this year it'll be different!
    • New note by bobjonkman 14 October 2021
      15 years?!? The Toronto Maple Leafs haven't won a Stanley Cup since 1967!
    • bobjonkman repeated a notice by hypolite 14 October 2021
      RT @hypolite ♲ @mbeisen@twitter.com: because of vaccine mandates we’re losing teachers who don’t believe in science, healthcare workers who don’t believe in medicine, and police who don’t believe in public safety…
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      bobjonkman favorited something by hypolite: ♲ @mbeisen@twitter.com: because of vaccine mandates we’re losing teachers who don’t believe in science, healthcare workers who don’t believe in medicine, and police who don’t believe in public safety…
    • New note by bobjonkman 25 September 2021
      Maybe they don't have to quarantine, but they're *very very* close!

SysAdminDay Dinner pictures

Posted by Bob Jonkman on August 14th, 2012

They say on the Internet Pictures, or it didn’t happen. So I just want to give you my assurances that the System Administrator’s Appreciation Day Dinner did actually happen!

27 July 2012, Egg Roll King Restaurant

People at the SysAdminDay Dinner System Administrator Appreciation Day Dinner, 27 July 2012 at the Egg Roll King Restaurant. Clockwise from left: Willem Jonkman, Bob Jonkman, Becky Nguyen, Wael Khawaja, Hamin (sp?), Rodney Martin, Sergiane Nascimento, Tim Laurence, Henrique Nascimento, Gui Nascimento.

Willem and Bob Jonkman Willem and Bob

Bob Jonkman and Becky Nguyen at the SysAdminDay Dinner Bob and Becky

Weal and Hamin at SysAdminDay Dinner Wael and Hamin

Rodney Martin and Tim Laurence Rodney and Tim

Henrique and Gui Nascimento at the SysAdminDay Dinner Henrique and Gui

People gathered around the table for SysAdminDay Dinner System Administrators out for dinner. Clockwise from left: Sergiane Nascimento, Tim Laurence, Henrique Nascimento, Gui Nascimento, Laurel L. Russwurm, Willem Jonkman, Bob Jonkman, Becky Nguyen, Wael Khawaja.

Cheese Wontons and Sweet and Sour sauce Cheese Wontons for dessert!

Bob Jonkman at SysAdminDay Dinner with standup card

Bob Jonkman, System Administrator

Thanx for coming, everyone! We’ll do it again next year, 26 July 2013.

–Bob.

Visit the official System Administrator Appreciation Day web site.

All pictures courtesy of Laurel L. Russwurm and released under a CC BY-SACC-BY-SA license.

 
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