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Bart Schuck
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Went in to check my options on the potentially explosive Note 7 today.

http://bartreflect.blogspot.com/2016/09/samsung-note-7-replacement-fiasco.html
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Wow! Samsung just went from a "bad taste in my mouth" to full-blown vomit. Now they are saying they will remotely disable any device not returned by September 30. Thank you Samsung. 
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Matthew 18:23-35 Debts and Forgiveness
Regarding Matthew 18:23-35 ,
I have heard many monetary conversion rates to help us appreciate the debt the unforgiving
slave had in comparison to his fellow slave. But probably the absolute best
reasoning point I’ve ever heard that not only drives home the...
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I have a Note 7 and have also received a recall from my carrier. I am considering keeping what I have. Here's why: When the Note 7 was released, there was an inexplicable global shortage of the phones. Now, some 3 weeks later, there is also some inexplicable surplus enough to replace all the bad phones. How does that happen? Something is very fishy. After speaking with an acquaintance that works for a Samsung experience booth inside Best Buy, he privately mentioned the same concern. It took me parts of 3 days to configure my Note 7 because the Smart Switch app is a piece of crud. I don't want to go through that again, even with the enticement of $25 "for my trouble."
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I just heard Samsung's reputation getting flushed down the toilet. http://www.reuters.com/article/us-samsung-elec-smartphones-idUSKCN1161BL
The recovery in Samsung Electronics Co Ltd's (005930.KS) mobile business suffered a blow on Thursday as reports of exploding batteries forced the firm to delay shipments of Galaxy Note 7 smartphones, and knocked $7 billion off its market value.
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What Color Is This?
Perhaps you remember the controversy around the “ what color is this
dress? ” internet post. Each camp claimed their perception of the dress was
the correct one and could not understand how others did not see what they saw.
The same can be said for anything...
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Samsung Note 7 Replacement Fiasco
Monday, 9/12/2016 Note 7 originally purchased from: Best Buy Carrier: AT&T 9:30AM: While waiting for Best Buy to open, I re-read the email they sent that mentioned 3 options: 1) Be put on replacement list (no mention of a temporary replacement phone, 2) Get...
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Friend Request
Index Symbol: Stranger
approached you while headed to school Lesson: Be
careful with all strangers, even virtual ones. Illustration: What would you do if, when walking to school or walking home, someone you'd
never met before pulled up alongside you wearing...
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Anxious vs Eager Matthew 6
God knows we not only have needs but
also legitimate concern to acquire them. Nothing wrong with that. What is unhealthy is anxiety which can lead to lack of
trust in our Creator,
God of all things, and the one calling himself our "Father." Think
for a mome...
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+Samsung Mobile USA Heads up Samsung. Besides exploding batteries in the Note7, besides faulty S-Pens in the Note7, your Smart Switch app is a piece of trash. It messed up my new phone so badly, I had to spend parts of 3 days manually re-installing apps, trying to find app-associated data files and more. Your quality control is falling apart all over the place. 
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Focused On Our Purpose
To the Corinthians, Paul wrote: “"The way I am running
is not aimlessly; the way I am aiming my blows is so as not to be striking the
air." ( 1
Corinthians 9:26 , other
translations ) This is a good reminder to all who feel compelled to preach
the Word of G...
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Becoming Disabled
Index Symbol: Becoming
Disabled in Long-Term Situation Lesson: Having
a calm and confident heart is much better than the alternative. Illustration: If you became disabled on a job, which would you be comforted and want to
believe? You won't have a job to co...
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Student Of Life, Student For A Lifetime.
Introduction
My name is Bart. In the past, I've referred to myself as a Student of Life. Indeed, even after living more than 6 decades, I find I am still learning & always eager to learn new things.
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Lost so much & still happy
Education
  • Reading btwn the lines
    present
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Excel (freelance consulting). Sell my pics
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  • Being A Nice Guy
    2012
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State of Flux
Tracy CA IHOP was very good. Seated quickly even though they were very busy. Waitress was authentically, sincerely kind and helpful. Order came quickly considering how busy they were. The only complaint would be the coffee didn't taste very good.
Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
Good, large burritos.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Friendly atmosphere, owned by a kind hearted family
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
I have stayed here more than once. It is usually my first stop from the Bay Area on a week-long photo excursion through northern Calif. and southern Oregon. Arriving from an 8-hour trip, I'm exhausted the first day. Get up early the following morning to photo the elk for several hours then drive into Oregon. As others have written, it is indeed quaint (both the motel and restaurant). Then again, it is also true that the rooms have musty smells. Not sure how an old quaint hotel can be compared to city motels--it is not only unfair but unreasonable. The staff at both the hotel and restaurant are helpful. The food is on par with any other mom-pop shop I've eaten at (for dinner). Since I'm up early, I just walk across the street to the general store and get a quick breakfast burrito and coffee to go. In short, if you are someone who appreciates simple and quaint, this is very good. If you are the sort that wears high heels on the beach, you won't like it here.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Diverse ethnicities meeting in unity
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
I've been here several times over many years. Always good food and good service
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
I have been shopping at the Tracy Grocery Outlet for more than a decade. The quality of what they carry is 99.9% of the time wonderful. There have only been two instances that I got bad food. They willingly took it back. All the staff there are very kind and helpful. I make this store my first stop, then whatever I couldn't find there, I will get at a higher priced store.
Public - a year ago
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