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bio website rob.belics.com
location St Louis, MO
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Web developer to the stars.
Former system engineer at SGI.
Hired at Pixar (but turned them down).
50/50 chance, if you ever had eye surgery, my equipment was used.
Published in Byte magazine back when it mattered.
Met Tom Hardy (Bane) and didn't know it.
Had Gerard Butler's personal cell number at one time.
Worked in radio/TV and you can see my face in a couple of Hollywood movies.
Yes, I am that famous.


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May
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accepted Are there different grades of chicken in the US?
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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Popular Question
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Mar
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comment What is the ingredient in bakery Italian bread that give it that great taste
What bakery? I wonder if they're doing it right or just adding sugar.
Mar
7
comment How to ship bread or bread dough?
I have ordered fully baked bread from a bakery in France before and bread was shipped in plain boxes without any special packing or preservatives.
Feb
26
comment Are there different grades of chicken in the US?
Well, where I live is in my profile but... The pdf you link to is good but I don't know what's at the grocery store. I could ask, of course, but what's going on in general?
Feb
26
asked Are there different grades of chicken in the US?
Feb
15
comment How do I plan a meal without a stove or oven?
You have a bbq, microwave, and panini grill so you DO have a stove and an oven.
Feb
12
answered What are some different ways of preparing flax seeds?
Feb
11
comment what to do to make oilless, butterless, eggless cookies?
You forgot flourless and sugar free.
Jan
25
comment Is it wise to use an aluminum foil in the microwave? Is there a substitute for the aluminum foil?
This is just so weird. I would not want to cook with anything that sparks and explodes and, as a former electronic engineer, doing this makes my head spark and explode cause I'm aware of what's going on technically with the oven.
Jan
23
comment What are the advantages and disadvantages of various sugars/substitutes?
For those who get Cook's Illustrated, they have an article about this but don't ask me where.
Jan
15
comment Does soap kill germs?
And on the flip side, bleach does not clean anything. As I was taught in my first sanitation class, you can be clean but not sanitary and you can be sanitary but not clean.
Jan
13
comment What makes bread mold grow; light, air or both?
Well, that link says, "Stale bread is dry and leathery.", though I didn't read anything else there.
Jan
13
comment What makes bread mold grow; light, air or both?
Isn't going stale the same as drying out?