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Posted Friday, August 29, 2014 9:38 AM


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Ed Wagner (8/28/2014)
I just hope I don't become one of the people who post an answer and forget to answer the original question.

Oh, that's sad - we were hoping you'ld become one of us.


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Posted Friday, August 29, 2014 10:17 AM


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I just hope I don't become one of the people who post an answer and forget to answer the original question.

Oh, that's sad - we were hoping you'ld become one of us.


Ummm... ok... what was the question now?


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Anybody with a solid level of experience in Service Broker able to help someone out? He's new to the site but he's definitely providing what we need and is competent. It's an intriguing puzzle, but I just don't have time to dig that deeply into it immediately.

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Does anyone have the Crystal Ball, oops I mean Crystal Reports (help needed)
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Ok... the dust bunnies are in an uproar and the hunt is on for "lost sock" as the only possible source of the leak for the secret recipe...
https://www.yahoo.com/food/introducing-hopsicles-the-beer-popsicles-c1408568357508.html


--Jeff Moden
"RBAR is pronounced "ree-bar" and is a "Modenism" for "Row-By-Agonizing-Row".

First step towards the paradigm shift of writing Set Based code:
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Posted Saturday, August 30, 2014 7:10 AM


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Jeff Moden (8/29/2014)
Ok... the dust bunnies are in an uproar and the hunt is on for "lost sock" as the only possible source of the leak for the secret recipe...
https://www.yahoo.com/food/introducing-hopsicles-the-beer-popsicles-c1408568357508.html

That's taking Kangaroo Valley Beer Disease to the extremes!


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I am jaded. I just read a reopened old thread by one of my favorite people. How, I ask you, can you work with SQL Server and in IT and not learn how to do things without having to be spoon fed every time you need to do something? Where is the initiative to learn and expand ones knowledge and abilities?



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I am jaded. I just read a reopened old thread by one of my favorite people. How, I ask you, can you work with SQL Server and in IT and not learn how to do things without having to be spoon fed every time you need to do something? Where is the initiative to learn and expand ones knowledge and abilities?


Looks like he came on the same boat as the spam.
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Posted Saturday, August 30, 2014 9:21 AM


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Jeff Moden (8/29/2014)
Ok... the dust bunnies are in an uproar and the hunt is on for "lost sock" as the only possible source of the leak for the secret recipe...
https://www.yahoo.com/food/introducing-hopsicles-the-beer-popsicles-c1408568357508.html


References to chocolate and Pork, along with beer.
Isn't that some kind of trifecta?

Never made beer popsicles in the summer.
Only in the winter ice fishing, or when playing hockey outside.
And using a can for a wrapper didn't work so well.
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Jeff Moden (8/29/2014)
Ok... the dust bunnies are in an uproar and the hunt is on for "lost sock" as the only possible source of the leak for the secret recipe...
https://www.yahoo.com/food/introducing-hopsicles-the-beer-popsicles-c1408568357508.html


References to chocolate and Pork, along with beer.
Isn't that some kind of trifecta?

Never made beer popsicles in the summer.
Only in the winter ice fishing, or when playing hockey outside.
And using a can for a wrapper didn't work so well.


I agree, naturally frozen popsicles are much better
Got the recipe from a German guy many many years back, think the name was Fuchs, could he be the source....
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