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bio website edwardthomson.com
location Durham, NC
age 34
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seen Jan 7 at 22:42

I work on Microsoft Team Explorer Everywhere, a cross-platform client for Microsoft Team Foundation Server.


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accepted What's the advantage to a bent-shaft paddle?
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comment What's the advantage to a bent-shaft paddle?
Aha, that makes sense!
Mar
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comment What's the advantage to a bent-shaft paddle?
It seems like the bent shaft paddle would actually be more horizontal on entry whether you reached forward or not... (With action more reminiscent of a paddle wheel.) Unless you were to reach your arm on the grip out and keep your hand on the blade tucked near your body... Maybe I do actually do this exact motion and just don't realize it, or maybe I'm just having trouble visualizing this at the moment.
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revised What's the advantage to a bent-shaft paddle?
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asked What's the advantage to a bent-shaft paddle?
Jan
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comment What fps does a bow need to hunt moose?
@MatBanik: not trying to instigate. Apologies to Tomas if it came off as rude.
Jan
27
comment What fps does a bow need to hunt moose?
@Tomas: would you prefer people to be hunting in the great indoors?
Jan
27
accepted How can I tie a bowline knot with one hand?
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comment How can I tie a bowline knot with one hand?
Good advice I hadn't considered.
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awarded  Commentator
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revised How can I tie a bowline knot with one hand?
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asked How can I tie a bowline knot with one hand?
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comment Does drinking alcohol cause problems at altitude?
@Kevin: Of course I do. But the negative effects of that are well-understood.
Jan
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comment Does drinking alcohol cause problems at altitude?
Presumably you mean while bivvying, not while actually climbing.