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Bram Warrick (Al Paca's Emporium)
Works at The Container Store
Attended Dallas Baptist University
Lives in Carrollton, Tx
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Mystery solved!

Drought fixed and an end to daylight savings!
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Considering Daylight Saving causes increased energy usage (according to studies done in Indiana when they switched), it might actually help carbon emissions... which might help the droughts. It's fun when bad logic might get to the right conclusion anyway.
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This is really stupid. But I enjoyed it.

It's like a long mime dad joke.
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IRVING, TX—Hailing it as a rapidly replenishable and easily accessible fuel source, ExxonMobil revealed a lucrative new oil extraction method Friday that involves drilling directly into gas stations.
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+Joshua C​
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That cow has skills!!

¡¡Baila vaca loca!!
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*These* are the cops the police unions should be defending - the good guys trying to expose the bad cops.
Officer Pedro Serrano began taping his superior officer Deputy Inspector Christopher McCormack after he was given a poor performance review. Serrano alleges it was the result of him not meeting ...
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God dammit.

#WalkingDead
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This is a great video. In some ways it reminded me of a time I, and others, jousted with a guy "named" ThomasJefferson.

Good times.
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I remember when Tom thought his Pascal's Wager argument was going to fly.. lol.. but then he went and deleted the thing when I ripped it apart.. yep, good ol' TJ.. what a trip.
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I guess you can never start too early.

There's some skills at work here.
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This is a gutsy and tough thing to do at any age.

My hat's off to him for pulling back the story.
 
Boy Admits He Didn’t Go to Heaven http://thebea.st/15d5zBO
His story made a bestselling book.
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Henceforth known as Malarkey's Malarkey.
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Found on reddit, but too good not to share. It's fun and sweet.

Two sweet, older women both have their first flight together.
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Am I the only one who wonders why the NYPD can stop doing their job because they don't like their mayor, but could do their job when it was stop-n-frisk?

Why not protest that??!?

Their protest is highlighting that they could have done just that.  Instead they're just coming off as...  childish and immature.
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Pretty much. If anyone, it might show the city how many fewer officers it really needs. Contract negotiations are coming, usually that's when you try to look busy. Well played, Mr double-dipping union boss. 
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Cuz even over exposed music can be good(ish?) music.

And it's free.
 
You might well hate yourself, but your kids will love you. The (admittedly excellent) soundtrack for the "Frozen" movie is available for free today on Google Play. (At least it is here in the U.S.) If you've got kids, do 'em a favor and give in and download this ASAP. They'll love you for… #android
You might well hate yourself, but your kids will love you. The (admittedly excellent) soundtrack for the "Frozen" movie is available for free today on Google Play. (At least it is here in the U.S.) If you've got kids, do 'em a favor and give in and download this ASAP. They'll love you for it. And we won't tell anyone that you already knew all the words anyway. Download: Frozen (...
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Curse you for resharing this. Not my kids insist that I get it. 😉
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Father of 3, a little on the geeky-side with a real fondness for new technology.
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  • Dallas Baptist University
  • The Colony High School
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  • The Container Store
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  • The Container Store
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Carrollton, Tx
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Carrollton, Tx - Carrollton, Tx - Moline, Il
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
Good experiences so far!
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
Good service, good food.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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They've generally gotten my order right and the food has always been good - for fast food. But the service has been... reluctant. They aren't usually all that busy, but when you need to order, you get the sense that helping you is fairly low on their list - and it will show in their voices. Or unwillingness to hang up the phone to take the order. I'm kind of surprised it's still open, really. I do like the food, that's why I come back periodically. I'd visit more often if I wasn't treated like an annoyance. (I'm not special ordering or doing anything odd. I order the straight menu, so... I'm low maintenance and do nothing to trigger the odd response.)
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Food: GoodDecor: Poor - FairService: Poor - Fair
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
Might have been an "off" day but the customer service I just received will keep me away for a while. All I did was a quick order, I didn't dawdle, she war really inconvenienced by me. Clear throughout.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
While it's a wing place, the burgers are really very good - and affordable. The wings are great and the entirely family EASILY agrees on Wingtown - and that's rare. My biggest wish is that there was delivery - we'd order even more often, I'm sure. Our favorite wings are spicy and teriyaki.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago