🏃♂️ 2019-09-22 - 263.3lbs (3.91% down from 274lbs on 2019-09-03) #weightlossaccountability
🏃♂️ 2019-09-15 - 269.4lbs (1.68% down from 274lbs on 2019-09-03) #weightlossaccountability
Exciting times. OIT didn’t work for my son (it triggered EOE) but I’ve seen so many success stories from the OIT community. It’s not only peanut like this headline suggests - tree nuts, milk, etc are all in trials. FDA Committee Recommends Approval For New Peanut Allergy Treatment
🏃♂️ 2019-09-08 - 273.2 273.2lbs (0.29% down from 274lbs on 2019-09-03) #weightlossaccountability
twitter.com I used to love watching the red arrows when I was a kid
Anyone know what this is?
Without any interaction with the “victim” is it easier to find their home address and phone number or their mother’s maiden name, starting only from their own name, and a rough geographic location (typical New England town)? My gut says the latter.
When you have to cancel a pool party because of a sick kid… but you need to cook all the food anyway. 🍻 🍽
Akamai takeover of South Station in Boston. #crackthecode
They don’t normally let me out in public. This might be a one in a lifetime opportunity to hear this. twitter.com/Akamai/st…
🏃♂️ 2019-03-03 - 265.4lbs (3.28% down from 274.4lbs on 2019-01-06) #weightlossaccountability
They missed ZeroTrust. Not just my employer (stop by Akamai’s booth on Wednesday), but across the expo floor. SDP, identity aware proxies and micro segmentation will be common phrases across many of the vendors.
🏃♂️ 2019-02-24 - 263.2lbs (4.08% down from 274.4lbs on 2019-01-06) #weightlossaccountability
🏃♂️ 2019-02-17 - 266.2lbs (2.99% down from 274.4lbs on 2019-01-06) #weightlossaccountability
🏃♂️ 2019-02-09 - 266.3lbs (2.95% down from 274.4lbs on 2019-01-06) #weightlossaccountability
Check out the Akamai Security Operations Center in this clip: https://twitter.com/jj_under/status/1093207857040932864
Wow, this is amazing. Anyone know of more examples from this artist? twitter.com/RedLlwyno…
Grocery shopping on Super Bowl Sunday.
Not recommended - very very very busy!
Many (American) football themed displays, especially because the local team (New England Patriots) are one of the teams playing in the Super Bowl (season ending championship game).
Stanley can’t believe Americans keep their eggs in the fridge!
After a long trip, Stanley watched some of the game before going to bed. Go Pats!
Today, Stanley went to work with Uncle John. Boston has double decker trains and single decker buses!
From the train station they walked through Boston common (where you can see the Soldiers and Sailors monument and the gold top of the state house) to the public gardens where Mr and Mrs Mallard of “Make Way for Ducklings” made their home.
The duck pond is frozen over so there are no swan boats to feed the ducklings, but they don’t look all that hungry.
The area around the Longfellow bridge has changed a lot since Mr and Mrs Mallard flew over it, but the bridge is still very familiar!
The city of Boston gave the New England Patriots a parade to celebrate their super bowl win. Unfortunately for Uncle John’s commute, this brought in many many many more people than usual on the trains! See if you can find which picture was from the train station on parade day and which was from today!
After taking a few days rest, Stanley is back on the road with Uncle John. We walked past the New England Aquarium.. you can also go out on a boat to watch for whales in the Massachusetts bay! It’s too cold today, but maybe next time Dylan visits we can all go? Across the road is the Rose Kennedy Greenway. When Uncle John first moved here, this was a highway (like a motorway). They moved that underground and put a park on top. It’s much nicer now!
Americans love their flags. Some days it seems every time you turn around there’s a flag flying. This one is right outside the train station in Mansfield.
Boston is full of history. There are monuments hidden away everywhere. In Liberty Square there’s a monument dedicated to the Hungarian revolution (though the square itself is named after the French Revolution).
Throughout Boston there’s a red line made of bricks or sometimes painted. This is the freedom trail and it goes past historic places like the Massachusetts state house and the granary burial ground where several really famous historical people are buried (for example: Samuel Adams, Paul Revere, Benjamin Franklin’s parents…). It also runs past Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market. The statue out front is Samuel Adams. Across the street is Boston City Hall… which doesn’t look very pretty!
🏃♂️ 2019-02-03 - 265.9lbs (3.10% down from 274.4lbs on 2019-01-06) #weightlossaccountability
A fun time at Norton Pop Warner banquet. Pat Patriot showing up blew the kids minds!
🏃♂️ 2019-01-27 - 266.2lbs (2.99% down from 274.4lbs on ) #weightlossaccountability
Good to see some thinking outside the box here. UHW traffic is a nightmare, getting more community services into unused facilities like Whitchurch hospital is a great idea, much better than more residential units on that land. More investment in health services! twitter.com/ILovesThe…
🏃♂️ 2019-01-13 - 272.2lbs (0.80% down from 274.4lbs on ) #weightlossaccountability