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Based on my average usage, the estimated 25% monthly cost savings benefit from a Powerwall installation would take 8 years for the investment to payoff at its $3500 price tag. It remains to be seen if there will be some tax incentives, or subsidies available.

That said, this is a beautiful thing. I could see this being a sole source in regions where power consumption needs are much lower than the average US household.
Dubbed the Powerwall, Tesla has unveiled a home stationary battery that offers 10 kWh of storage capacity for the relatively modest price of US$3,500. A smaller unit is also available at 7 kWh for...
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Love those foggy scenes. Reminds me of good times.
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.about last night.
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Pundits and politicians decrying the terrorist group's barbarity might wanna take a closer look at American history
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Those were the good ole days. 
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When Sandy Bem found out she had Alzheimer’s, she resolved that before the disease stole her mind, she would kill herself. The question was, when?
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Chrome: If you’ve ever full-screened a video in Chrome, you’ve probably seen the redundant warning letting you know that a site wants to full-screen a video. If you’d rather not tell your browser that, yes, you meant to do that every single time, here’s how to permanently remove the permission request.
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+Armand Salmon thanks, I saw that. It makes a link go full screen, which I only ever do for video. I usually have multiple windows open and don't even have the browser expanded to take up the whole desktop. I'd know something was up immediately. It's definitely something to be careful about, but it's not an issue for me. The entering full screen pop up still happens, it just goes away after a second instead of hanging out like the "allow" one did.
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I am a New York based Photographer with a focus on Street and Documentary Photography. 

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Went with a group of family members during a busy Saturday afternoon. Waitress joined two tables together quickly and we were seated promptly. Service was polite and they were well staffed. Our group had 7 people and the waitress took all of our orders and returned shortly with beverages and the food followed within a reasonable amount of time considering all the tables were occupied. I ordered a Chicken Fajita with Salad. Food was good, however nothing amazing. Don't get me wrong, it was OK, but there was no seasoning on the chicken what so ever. Wouldn't hurt to throw a dash of Adobo or fajita seasoning... on a fajita, no? My mother-in-law did comment that her Roast-beef sandwich was delicious. Perhaps I am being nostalgic as I used to go to the old Columbus Diner across the street from when I was a kid through adulthood. The place had character from it's lunch counter to the photos on the wall. The new Columbus Diner lacks some of that weathered charm and suffers from the same cookie-cutter architecture and bland motel decor that is just not memorable. On top of that, the food was not memorable. I usually will give a place two tries before writing them off, so I will likely go again and try something different to see if another dish fares better than the one I had.
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
Iconic neighborhood Deli specializing in Italian favorites. Fantastic lunch wedges, breakfast sandwiches and hot food for a meal or catering occasions.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
Great service. The owners are always welcoming when I go. If you're undecided about a flavor, they're quick to offer you a sample. I'm not sure of Carvel sets the prices in all their stores or if they're independently set, but the cost is a little steep. 2 vanilla cones & 1 Heath Dasher cost $13+. The store is located on the corner in Depot Square. Weather permitting, after you get your ice cream, you can walk over to the square center and enjoy your ice cream on the park benches.
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Great Dim Sum house in the heart of Chinatown. I've been here a few times now, and the service and food are both great. The Schezuan soup dumplings are a staple of every visit. Scallion pancakes also fried perfectly and not oily like I've had the misfortune of having. Good luck grabbing the steamy dumplings and dunking them in the spicy oil with chop sticks. I managed two before dropping it mid way across the table. The General Tso's was also great with crispy chicken pieces and sweet sauce. One thing to keep in mind is that while the restaurant is a good size, it fills up quickly. Each time I have visited, at some point during the meal, I've noticed people waiting. Undoubtedly a testament to the popularity of the place. Lastly, hit up the ATM before visiting, as Shanghai Cafe is cash only.
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
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This place is always busy, and for good reason. Pizza was great, and the like all good Italian food, it's all about the sauce. My anchovie slice was on-point, although the crust was a little bit burnt. Despite constantly being busy, (and I mean with a line nearing the door) service is excellent and all staff passing our table made sure we were good to go. Definitely the best Pizza in Pelham.
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reviewed 4 months ago
I can only speak for the Papa Rrellena & Alcapurria both of which were good. I don't always do Cuchifritos, and hardly ever in Brooklyn, but based on my two fritters and the size of the crowd, I'd say they are doing something right. Even though there are lunch counters, it's not really a dine in spot. At $1.50/each, get a few and take them home.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Absolutely one of the Best Burgers I've had anywhere. The burgers are huge, and delicious. I can't stress how good the burger was. On top of that, they are $5. I have easily paid twice as much for a burger half the size that wasn't half as good. Seriously, just order the burger... zero regrets will be had. Burke's has a great selection of drafts, including local craft beer. There's also a crazy Friday Happy Hour special begins at 4 pm (this may be temporary) but they have open a random keg at 4 pm and sell $1 beers from it until they run out. Thereafter, they have $1 sliders for one hour. Dollar Sliders Yo! I love the inviting atmosphere here. Old world style pub with dark wood tables, decor, and a roaring fireplace that actually warms up the place when coming in from single digit weather this season.
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reviewed 4 months ago