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Bart Schuck
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Delayed Answers to Prayers
In my experience, one important reason why Jehovah
may not immediately answer a prayer is based on Proverbs
27:11 . If Jehovah were to answer us immediately, we would never have a chance to prove ourselves wise in waiting and trusting in our God. Also, how ...
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This is the best well-illustrated / animated and narrated video of dynamic range I've ever seen. Great job.
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Raising Children and Pets
Recently my wife and I had to put down a beloved pet that had been in our family for over 13 years. I recounted my memories of her character in a 14-page document, complete with pictures I’d taken over the years. The pet was my wife’s dog so I presented the...
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True Beauty
The
Bible refers to the bloom
of youth which, generally speaking, starts around puberty and extends until
the Late 20's or early 30's. (The Bible indicates a male is an adult at age
30.) Indeed, even after puberty a person's youthful appearance and proporti...
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Joel 2:13 Rip Apart Heart
Pictorial Language Series Joel 2:13 Rip apart your hearts, and not your garments, And return to Jehovah your God, Back when Joel was alive, a contemporary way of demonstrating grief was was to rip the front of the garment apart. what God is counselling is t...
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Waiting For Deliverance Psalm 42:5
Psalm 42:5 “Why am I in despair? Why is this turmoil within me? Wait for God, For I will yet praise him as my Grand Savior.” There were a couple points that stood out to me in the above verse. The first was “wait for God.” The second was that David felt con...
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A True Friend Listens
Index Symbol: Chatty
Friend Lesson: True
Friends Also Listen Illustration: Have you ever had a friend that every time you two are together, they dominate
the conversation, not giving you the opportunity to say much, if anything, at
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"Knowledge is knowing a tomato is a fruit; wisdom is not putting it ina fruit salad." (From a Windows 10 demo)
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I'm glad you posted this. This was pretty much my experience too. I uninstalled Hound within 2 days. Google is plenty capable enough for my needs.

Critics of negative posts toward Hound have said it is not fair comparing a production product to a beta one. Fact is, Hound, in its demo, indicates that features are available that plainly are not. It also claims to outshine Google. Again, untrue.
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For some reason every solution I found for transfering files between my PC and my phone (or tablet) had hiccups. First I just tried the cable, but would get "file in use" errors when I tried to copy a file. Then I used AirDroid quite successfully for a time, but then after Android 4.3, it stopped working. Finally I settled on the following and found it works flawlessly everytime.
http://www.amazon.com/XCSOURCE%C2%AE-Reader-Samsung-Galaxy-BC289/dp/B00HX9KSWG/ref=sr_1_19?ie=UTF8&qid=1433630876&sr=8-19&keywords=OTG+USB+Note3
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Resentment Is Exhausting
Index Symbol: Holding
rock at arm’s length Lesson: Holding
onto resentment becomes exhausting Illustration: “Pick up a rock, perhaps one that weighs just a few pounds, and hold it at arm’s
length. You would probably have little trouble holding the rick for ...
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Excel (freelance consulting). Sell my pics
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  • Being A Nice Guy
    2012
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Student Of Life, Student For A Lifetime.
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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
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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 - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months 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 - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
Wife & I just shared order of onion rings. We both ordered malts. We got shakes. Irritates me when I pay for something I didn't get.
Food: GoodDecor: GoodService: Poor - Fair
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
I can't remember how long I've had my checking acct through Bank of Internet, but the acct type has been "grandfathered" if that's any clue. Originally got acct because bcuz my brick-n-mortar bank wanted to charge for internet banking whereas BOI not only gave free checking acct, but free access via internet, paid me interest AND paid for bill mailing when snail-mail was the only option. My experience is completely positive and don't know how the person who gave one star could truthfully feel that way. I have always had very good customer service with them.
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Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
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These guys are ripoff artists. My wife came in with a Chevy truck and was told that it would be $100 for the test unless she ha a coupon. Then, supposedly, they did her a "favor" by giving her a coupon that brought it down to $68. When I called, I found out that the typical charge for a was for that size vehicle, they said $40. I then asked why my wife was charged so much. They hung up. The Bureau of Automotive Repair has been notified.
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
Today was my 1st time here. The size of the rolls were huge! I came from Tracy bcuz of friends high recommendations. I usually eat @ Kengo's in Tracy. But this place gives bigger portions for less $$.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
This McDonalds is inside Walmart.
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago