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Andrew Lawlor
Attended St. Clair High
Lives in Omaha, NE
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The subtitles were poorly done.
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Go be a troll somewhere else.
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Not sure what video you folks watched but this one does the countdown and then finishes. Useless.
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Is google+ a lost cause?
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Depends on what you're doing and how much you invest in it - same as Facebook, really, except starting a bit more from scratch.  I.e., most of my FB/Fark friends don't spend much time here so you have to seek out people with similar interests.
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Temps reached 40s and near 50 this weekend. Another 25 - 30 fish floated up dead. Pulled one living one out and put him in a tank.
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Hi Andrew- trying to reach you about your pig video you posted on youtube.  please get back to me.  Nancy Moscatiello, Producer for the TV show Bad Dog on Animal Planet. nancy@cherisundae.com    818 333-8125
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omfg. This guy is hilarious... great commentary and great battle!
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Finally got the new cover photo uploaded to the company G+ page...

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Omaha, NE
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Stonington, CT - Misawa, Japan - Angeles City, Philippines - Pearl Harbor, Hawaii - Pensacola, Florida - Norfolk, Virginia - San Angelo, Texas - St. Clair, Michigan - Stonington, Connecticut - Omaha, Nebraska
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I stopped in there a couple weekends ago because I saw online that they sell koi. My son and I visited on a Saturday when they were having some kind of party with special sales and give-a-ways. There were a lot of people there who I assumed were employees. But I wouldn't really know because none of them would talk to me or even make eye contact. The closest I came to getting some service was when a guy bumped by me on his way to refill his red solo cup with beer. They seemed more concerned with being able to figure out how to tag each other in photos they were putting on facebook. I got the feeling that unless you were a regular customer who spends a lot of money there you might as well have been invisible. Later that day, I sent them a message on facebook describing my experience and they never replied. I wouldn't go back there now if they were giving fish away. Which is sad because they seem to have a nice store with a large variety of fish.
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Quality: Very goodAppeal: Very goodService: Poor to fair
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I used to eat at Tokyo Kitchen twice a week for about 6 years. But one night not long ago I ordered shrimp tempura and I got severely sick. I called the restaurant and they basically blew me off. I was pretty unhappy with their lack of interest in my complaint. When I called the health department to report my illness they pointed me to their web site that lists the results of their inspections. All they would tell me is that this place consistently has the absolute lowest possible scores on their inspections. I haven't been back since. Their prices are a little higher than what you might expect for a 'fast food' type situation. They don't take orders at the table --- you queue up in line at the counter and pick-up your food when it's ready (they do occasionally deliver to the table). The employees/owners are friendly and service is usually quite good. So I wish I could bring myself to go back but I probably won't.
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
BoBo China is far better than most of it's competitors in the area. The service is prompt, the food is well prepared, and the prices are reasonable. Two people can't eat a meal with soup and a soft drink for about $10 a person. They do a brisk business and are often quite busy which should be an indicator of their popularity.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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I used to enjoy eating at China Bistro but that was about 3 years ago. I don't know what happened but the quality of food just isn't what it used to be. The pricing isn't too bad but it's a little high compared to a couple other places in the area. It really annoys me that if you dine in you can get soup for free but if you order take out it's "no soup for you" (* they may have quit giving out free soup since I last ate there). Also, don't expect a free fortune cookie or a free soda refill. Finally, they really, really need to do something about the men's room. It's disgusting. I don't know if it's clean or not because I generally can't stand to go into it, it smells and just looks nasty. I remember when they first opened and I was excited about having a decent Chinese place in the neighborhood. I just wish they could go back to how they used to be.
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
I've been shopping Baker's at 136th and Q since I moved to the area in 1999. The store has seen better days and has enjoyed better management (and employees) but that was a long time ago. I don't shop there as much as I used to mainly because prices are higher but also because However, last night I picked up two packages of boneless, skinless chicken breast that was marked with a sale price about half the normal price. Unfortunately, when it rang up it came out with the original price (about $13 for the two packs). When I showed the cashier he poked around on his computer for about 5 minutes, mumbling under his breath. I was getting a little annoyed and really just wanted to get out of there. I figured I'd just bite the bullet. He called a manager over and the two of them poked around for another 5 minutes. At one point suggesting I might have to come back the next day to get customer service to take care of the problem. Finally, he pulled $13 and change out of the cash drawer and said something like "You were charged the wrong price so it's free. Sorry for the trouble." I wanted to be cranky about the whole thing but I couldn't. Thanks Baker's.
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Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago