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Bill Bittner
Works at SnapRetail
Attended Pennsylvania State University
Lives in Pittsburgh, PA
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What was the other record he mentioned? 
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If you're ever craving The Best Crab Cakes Ever - then check these out. They're amazing. 

Here's how to make them:
http://communitytable.com/272470/benrayl/the-best-crab-cakes-ever/

#crabcakes   #appetizer   #recipes   #food   #foodblog  
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Bill just donated to 'Provide Clean Water for Tsipasi Ghana'. Give $1 to support The Move Project together! – One Today by Google https://onetoday.google.com/p/zcUA-0qP
Did you know? According to the World Health Organization, the lack of access to clean water is the cause of 1.4 million child deaths each year.
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A wonderful video of a fellow Druid's spiritual journey.
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Thank you for sharing this video. Its always humbling to hear personal stories of discovering ones path... :) reminds me of my own journey.
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Great video. Thanks for making it. Made my mouth water for some new decks. Fortunately, I'm expecting the Robin Wood and Druidcraft one in a few days. As well as the deck that made me fall in love with tarot many years ago... the Russian Tarot of St Petersburg. 
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+tarotreadingsbykate I just made a deck wishlist on Pinterest. (Please follow and share a wishlist or recommended board if you have one.) I think the next I'm going to buy is the Golden Universal. https://www.pinterest.com/billbittner/tarot-wishlist/
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How the master makes divine scrambled eggs (heart attack possibly included).
You might think this title is hyperbole. But the thing is, it isn't. When you try these scrambled eggs, your world will change. Don't eat them every day, though, because with all that butter you'll definitely gain weight.
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Was let go from my full time design. But instead of looking for a new job, I've decided to help my wife with her home business. I'll be responsible for a number of things. But there is on menial task that I have to do at least once a day, seven days a week. And it takes about 2.5 hours. And I've found it an ideal time to listen to an audiobook. So I've resumed my re-attempt at finishing the Wheel of Time. I think it's going to be the best of both worlds. Finishing a series that I never thought I'd finish...while doing something that nets an income.

Wish me luck!
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Other than Google+, which sites do  you use most to keep up with the Pagan community? I'm wondering if there are any good ones I missing and those other than the one's I currently frequent...

- I follow a number of Pagans on Twitter - a mixed bag, and interaction isn't as good as in a forum or community
- I follow a number of Pagans on Tumblr - lots of interaction, but mostly pictures...which means no discussion and little to no articles
- I subscribe to about a dozen Pagan subreddits on Reddit - good interaction and quality content..but little activity (posts per day)
- eCauldron - good interactivity and content, but maybe TOO big and TOO much content
- Pagan Blogs - not much negative to say here. Good content and interaction. But spread out all over the pace.
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Some groups also have good message boards too. 
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  • Pennsylvania State University
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Creative Director, Vedantist, Ramakrishna devotee, liberal and lifelong geek
Introduction
I am a husband and father living in Venice, FL with our two dogs and four cats. We are originally from Pittsburgh, PA, which is also where our daughter still lives. I am into books, sci-fi, fantasy, video games, comic books, liberal politics, and all things geeky. 

I am the Creative Director for SnapRetail, a digital marketing firm dedicated to empowering independent retailers. I have over 20 years experience creating marketing communication materials in print, web, Flash and video. See samples on my Portfolio and CV site.

Spiritually eclectic? I was born Catholic, but am also interested or involved in Paganism, Druidry, Wicca, Feri, Hiduism, Judaism, Native American Spirituality and Buddhism.
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Creative Director
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  • SnapRetail
    Creative Director, present
  • Brady Communications
    Art Director & Multimedia Producer, 1999 - 2011
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Pittsburgh, PA
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Honestly, the best Chicken Tikka Masala downtown. And maybe the Bug. A bit sweeter than the others, which makes it.
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
My default Indian lunch. Ate there many, many times. Staff is very friendly and kind. And if you get the buffet as take-out, it's cheaper.
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
I love browsing thrift stores, and this is one of the best. Bought many books and generally cool old stuff from 70s and older.
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
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This place has the best and biggest Sunday buffet in Pittsburgh. Just about impossible to try everything in one visit.
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
Great buffet, with a drink included. Even a lassi.
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
Cozumel, Fajita Grill, and Qdoba never did much for me. And, they've always seemed overpriced as well. And I've never had anything at any of those places that taste as good as a simple taco or burrito at Mexico City. And it's really cool to see the food cooked out right in front of the customers.
Public - 6 years ago
reviewed 6 years ago