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His Dad left an update in the comments at YouTube:

David went on do his Post Doc at Harvard and finished it off at USC. He is now, at the age of 33, a Mathematics professor at Montana State University and doing research. He juggles 7 balls easily, still rides his Uni, and just recently placed 4th in the Wasatch 100 mile Ultra Run.

And here he is today.
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Let me tell you, this was the most difficult reformatting job I've done in years. I'm still convinced that somewhere, I italicized or footnoted the wrong word.
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Amen. What food banks really need are things no one thinks to give, or that cost more than the bare minimum of about 50 cents a can. If you want to help your local food bank, take them a case of peanut butter, tuna, chili con carne, spaghetti sauce, or if you really want to help, a large package of baby diapers. Or better yet, a $20 bill.
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I never in my wildest dreams would have guessed you had a mullet. But then, I never in my wildest dreams thought I'd have a job where I didn't know what my co-workers looked like.
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Next time you have a party, make a parlor game out of who can list the most Tom Hanks movies without looking at their phone. He has 78 credits on IMDb, although some are for TV.
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I've lived in smaller apartments. The only common space was the parking lot. One place was so small, you couldn't open the oven door and refrigerator door at the same time. And if you had either one open, no one could get to the bathroom.
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I've done this. My daughters were always much smaller than their peers growing up. That's nice in that their friends gave them outgrown clothing, but about ages 11-14, girls start wearing junior fashions and my kids were too small for the smallest of them. I did a lot of altering and refashioning. Now they are normal (still small) adults, and they think they can buy any size clothing at Goodwill and I will somehow make it work.
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I once took a hunk of uranium ore to school (not enriched). My dad, the geology professor, thought my chemistry class would find it interesting, so he loaned me a piece and a Geiger counter. Today, I would be immediately arrested for such shenanigans.
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