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daily 03/31/2015

    • Hipps’ parents allege that Hipps, as pledge class president, was required to buy breakfast for the frat from McDonald’s. But they say Hipps told his brothers that he couldn’t afford it, upon which he was told to figure it out somehow. Evidently, Hipps either chose not to or was not able to procure the breakfast.
    • According to Hipps’ parents, King approached Hipps about the breakfast, which caused a “confrontation.” “Subsequently” Hipps then “went over the railing.” The immediate next part of the suit then notes that Sig Ep had a “long tradition” of making pledges jump off the bridge and swim to shore.
    • Regardless, this account of what happened on the bridge goes to great lengths to refute the frat’s story that they lost track of Hipps and never saw him go into the water. Where Sig Ep has insinuated that Hipps fell behind the entire group to the point that his whereabouts became unknown, his parents say that King was tasked with running behind all of the pledges.
    • The theory that at least one, if not several, Sig Ep brothers were present on the bridge when Hipps went over appears to be backed up by a 911 call released by police back in September. In that call, a brother named Cam   seemed to pause and omit details when telling the emergency operator about the circumstances of Hipps’ disappearance.
    • Hipps’ parents also say that one brother deleted the entirety of a group text, that King attempted to delete all of his phone calls from the days before and after Hipps’ death, and that Starr—one of other named defendants—deleted his calls and changed his phone number during the investigation.
    • The suit may result in no material victory for the Hipps family—one figures that various teams of high-priced Southern law-yurs will do their damnedest to get their clients removed as defendants, and the suit dropped altogether. Maybe filing the suit is meant to be more of a kick in the ass to the local police, who have kept details close to their vests as they conduct their criminal investigation.
    • Though it had the benefit of exempting Holmes from making any extra arrangements with the building’s management, our theory also required her to physically exit her apartment complex and enter Whole Body to eventually access Whole Foods. In an email to Gawker, a municipal engineer in New York City argued this premise was too complex:
    • Not every email in a box should be a task so that’s why we designed the feature so that you had to explicitly mark emails as tasks. This is really nice because now you can go to the box view and see which emails are tasks, and out of those tasks which ones still have to be done.
    • According to legend, the Night’s King lived during the Age of Heroes, not long after the Wall was complete. He was a fearless warrior, who was named the thirteenth Lord Commander of the Night’s Watch.
    • Later he fell in love with a woman “with skin as white as the moon and eyes like blue stars”, he chased her and loved her though “her skin was cold as ice”, and when he gave his seed to her he gave his soul as well.[1] (Her description matches that of the Others.)
    • It was not until his own brother, the King in the North, and Joramun, the King-Beyond-the-Wall, joined forces that the Night’s King was brought down and the Night’s Watch freed.
    • It is likely this led the lords of the North to forbid the Night’s Watch to construct walls at their keeps, ensuring the keeps would always be accessible from the south.
    • In the books, Old Nan told Bran the story of the Night’s King, and despite rumors to the contrary says he was a Stark, a brother to the King of Winterfell, and that his name was Bran as well.
    • (I’d say that magical Wall-destroying Horn of Joramun is definitely real).
    • Its the case of Chekhov’s Gun.


      Of course there’s a horn that can take down the wall. And there’s a horn that can control dragons. Are they the same horn? Maybe, maybe not. But as we go along on this quest we will see more magic, more of the prophecies (Danny’s vision of Snow on the iron throne) come to pass. (“I wanted to be a wizard” -Sam)

    • data manipulation sublanguage
      • Setting Path on Windows


        Windows 8



        1. Drag the Mouse pointer to the Right bottom corner of the screen

        3. Click on the Search icon and type: Control Panel

        5. Click on -> Control Panel -> System -> Advanced

        7. Click on Environment Variables, under System Variables, find PATH, and click on it.

        9. In the Edit windows, modify PATH by adding the location of the class to the value for PATH. If you do not have the item PATH, you may select to add a new variable and add PATH as the name and the location of the class as the value.

        11. Close the window.

        13. Reopen Command prompt window, and run your java code.

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