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Andrew Lawlor
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i realize this is old news but i can attest that, from my observation, it's pretty damned true.  
Scientists at Brigham Young University determine that we immunise ourselves almost immediately to new online security warnings
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Google's 'minion' April Fool's day failed because people ignored the pop-ups.
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Accidental portrait.... 50@50#7
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This wasa 'science experiment' I performed in 2006.  I wanted to know if a medical grade x-ray machine could damage a hard drive.  I think my idea was to show the running computer,then pull the drive, xray it, and put it back in the computer.

As you can see, I used a well worn computer with Windows 2000 pro installed... it had been running for at least 4 years at that point.

Worked fine after the doses of xrays.
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Two months in... a status update on my metal detecting adventure. 
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An interesting but unprofitable Saturday morning.
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  • US Navy
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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
I've lived in Millard for a while now... maybe 17 years? My first visit to the Millard Road House was around 1999/2000. I"m sure management has changed since then but I remember the place as reasonably priced and with good service and food. But I stopped going there a long, long time ago after a couple of bad experiences with both service and food quality. Last night I decided to stop in once again to see what has changed. Honestly, not very much. Now I'm sure they've done something to the place in the years between visits but I surely couldn't tell you what they've done. Service was mostly good. Our waitress was friendly and came over repeatedly at the start but never offered refills of our drinks and was somewhat scarce when it came time to pay the bill. The food: I ordered a chicken fried steak with 'cream' gravy. My son ordered a boneless skinless chick breast that is breaded and fried. My son's chicken was not really crispy. It was mushy and fell apart when trying to cut it. His fries were okay but who messes up fries? He barely ate any of it. My chicken fried steak was also somewhat mushy. The cost: perhaps I'm a little out of touch but I felt like the cost for two to eat at the Millard Roadhouse was way too high. Especially considering the quality of the food. At the end of the day, the Millard Roadhouse just doesn't seem like a great value considering the quality of the food and the lack of atmosphere.
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Friendly, interesting selection, cool guitars
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I've have been to the "V" a few times for work related activities as it is quite close to the office. It wasn't too bad during the day as the place was never very busy during my visits. While the food looks great and tastes good, getting service can be a chore. At the end of the day, I found this to be far too pricey for a bowling alley. I mean I get the concept, it's supposed to be upscale bowling but that's like trying to fancy up Wal-mart. Good food, slow service, and expensive bowling.
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Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
I visited approximately 2 weeks ago. The dining room was uncomfortably hot and almost all the tables were in direct sun with no shades on the windows. The place was filled with loud hipster-y teens who seemed to be regulars. The food was just average--it didn't stand out from any other Chinese places in town (but it was better than Jade Palace). I wouldn't likely make the trip to Bellevue from West O again but my son had been given a recommendation from someone at his job. Prices weren't too bad but again the food was only average.
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Public - 3 weeks ago
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I must visit this store when the 'wrong' people are working because I rarely get a 'hello' and almost never get asked if I need help finding something. You can stand there staring into a fish tank for 20 minutes and the employees will just walk on by making sure not to make eye contact. it's almost funny sometimes. Aside from that, I'm sure the place is fine.
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reviewed 3 weeks ago
This used to be my favorite after work 'happy hour' goto location (I worked nearby). I also enjoyed many lunch visits and taking my son here for dinner on the weekends. But not too long ago, the last year or so, something changed and the service level declined along with the food quality. They also revamped their menu and eliminated some of my favorites. It's been several months since my last visit and that one ended with my son and I walking about without eating. We haven't been back since.
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