Posts By: Joshua Meunier

My Process for Becoming a Bus Operator for First Transit

As of January 22, I started training with First Transit’s Safety Department in Garden City, Georgia. My safety director had two of six students who showed up with only one (me) remaining at the end of the training sessions. Training lasted two weeks and consisted of lectures, video lectures, knowledge tests, then behind the wheel

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Back to School

Hello Everyone, It’s been a while since I’ve last written, so I figured that I’d post something today. I returned to college as of Monday, January 10 taking classes in both Psychology and Statistics. Should be an interesting semester. I’ve already gotten a head start on Psychology. So far I’m up to Sigmund Freud and

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Website Update

As of this morning, I have updated my website to be my personal portfolio. This took me one whole day and am proud of what I have. I’m still in the process of merging subscribers and subscriptions along with certain portfolio items over. I figured it was time to make this site a little bit

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Tripp Lite 45U Open Frame Rack

Tuesday I placed an order for a rack so that I could get all of my networking equipment off of the floor and the rack came in the next day. The rack is a Tripp Lite 45U Open Frame Rack purchased through PCNation for approximately $110 with shipping/handling for 2-3 day shipping. It came in

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Recommended Books

Today, I have three recommended books. Well, I must say comic style books by Grace Mineta who is a Texan living in Tokyo. She travels around Japan with her husband experiencing new things and writing about them in comic form. Ms. Mineta also includes little tidbits of information for certain topics that are covered in

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Give Me Chocolate

If you’re craving for a snack, try Meiji’s famous Milk Chocolate bar. Man it was delicious. Of course, this item came through the mail quickly from California; however, I did find that I needed to refrigerate it before consuming. After that, man… delicious.

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