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Don't buy +Zero Motorcycles their components break down leaving you stranded and their service/support is terrible #ZeroValue   #NoLove4EarlyAdopters
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That sucks! Have you made any follow up calls to them? Next time call Eddie to come get you. 
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I'm not the only old person listening to #EDM anymore.
 
Who's tuning into #EDM content on +YouTube? Our flowchart shows who makes up this huge, highly engaged audience: http://goo.gl/OMPhox
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Does God Desire Us To Be Perfect?

My answer is God does not desire us as living believers to be perfect as we are sons of Adam.  Read my post to find out why.
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Listen to the recording of our weekly #Sabbath #worship as we studied the story of Job. If you would like to join our weekly #Bible study via conference call on Saturdays at 11a ET, please message me privately.
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How To Make Football More Watchable

I.  The Problem
As well reported by the WSJ, the average NFL game is around 3 hours in length however it only contains about 11 minutes of ball-in-play action.

II. The Vision
The rules of the game should be modified in order to minimize delays and inactivity.  The focus of these rule changes should be to encourage a steady pace of action while reducing the overall runtime of a game in order that we all may enjoy nearly the same amount of action without wasting our time watching all these stoppages, replays, and commercials.

III. The Solution

1. Don't stop the game clock.  Only stop the game clock for the time between the end of a play and the officials lining the ball and/or moving the chains.  This would also include resuming the game clock after the end of a timeout and at the start of a new quarter, immediately following the lining of the ball.

2. Change the delay of game penalty while increasing the play clock.  Rather than penalizing a team only 5 yards for a delay of game, penalize the team with a loss of down.  The play clock should be increased from 40s to 60s in order to accommodate the increased severity of the penalty, except immediately following a delay of game penalty the game clock shall be reduced to 30s.  Under the rule changes described above, this would limit the maximum time a team could run out to 2.5 minutes.

3. Eliminate instant replay.  The review/challenge system is a huge waste of time that also kills a very important attribute of the game, momentum.

#football #nfl #rulesofthegame #clock #watchable #action
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Christ spoke about taking up our cross and following Him, however to the world that cross is despised and looks ugly or even garish, but to the believer that cross looks perfect and beautiful, full of glory and grace. What +Alex Hernandez​ did for others is exactly what Christ was talking about, he took up his cross by lovingly serving others through sacrificing his own desires and cares in order to show care for another. Acts of service don't have to be lofty or rooted in great hardship, they can be simply holding the door open for someone or helping others with their packages, sometimes it is the smaller acts of kindness that speak the loudest and most profoundly into someone's life. In following with the example +Alex Hernandez​ has set I will be dedicating 15 min to simply holding the door open the next time I am at the mall and I would encourage all of you to take up your crosses with whatever gifts and talents God has given to you. #LovingActsOfService
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Two things happened to me yesterday that reminded me of a few things.

1. I opened the door for a woman and her two young boys allowing them to exit a store before I entered.
2. A grandmother coming out of the grocery store had a 24 pack of water fall out of her cart and was struggling to pick it up in the parking lot and I went over and assisted her.

What I was reminded of is. We're all on this earth together and we should take care of one another whenever we possibly can. The other thing I was reminded of is. We're all examples to one another and we need to live out kindness in order for others to be kind in turn.

I was really impacted when I held the door for the woman and her boys. The woman told me thank you and her boys just looked at me as they walked through, almost in a "what and why would he do that for us". There's many times we're in a store and we judge parents for children that are out of control, but many times we don't know their stories.
I think it's all of our responsibility to raise the children around us, by leading by example and showing them how kindness and love work. 

Will we always be successful at it? No
Will we always be perfect and never a jerk? Probably not
We all have moments of weakness and times we say words that hurt and have actions that cause damage......but that doesn't mean we don't stop trying.
I know I'll always need someone to roll me over once in awhile when I'm in trouble. 
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Listen to the recording of our weekly #Sabbath #worship as we focused on the desire to be perfect. If you would like to join our #BibleStudy via conference call on Saturdays at 11a ET, please message me privately.
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Listen to the recording of our weekly #Sabbath   #worship  as we study the lying spirit the Lord sent upon the prophets of Israel for the death of King Ahab.  If you would like to join our weekly #BibleStudy  via conference call on Saturdays at 11a ET, please message me privately.
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Many Perfect Wills of God
Can there be many wills or desires of God and yet all of them be perfect?
#God   #will   #faith   #religion   #Bible   #faithBasedReasoning  
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A great article describing the inconceivable odds of the earth supporting life and the universe being created.
 
"At what point is it fair to admit that science suggests that we cannot be the result of random forces?" writes Eric Metaxas in WSJ Opinion.
The odds of life existing on another planet grow ever longer. Intelligent design, anyone?
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Food was average. Large craft beer selection both draft and bottled. Service was average. Atmosphere met my expectations. In short, come for the beer and fill up on decent food.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Food was excellent, the Farm Fresh Burger was delicious, the sweet potatoe tots were amazing, the fries were great, the onion rings were excellent, the sauces paired with the sides worked well, the nutella shake was delicious. Service was great, prompt, knowledgeable, and accurate. Atmosphere was great, clean simple lines and colors and a great bar. The draft beer selection could be larger but was a nice variety of craft beers. Overall a great value, one of the best burgers I ever had, and I will definitely return.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Food was great, selection was wide, I had the sirloin and chicken fingers, the steak was seasoned and cooked properly and very juicy, the chicken fingers were perfectly breaded and very tasty. The service was above average, timely and courteous. The atmosphere was above average. Overall the value was great, will definitely return.
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reviewed a year ago
Food was above average. Service was accurate, timely, and courteous. Atmosphere was above average. Great sports bar.
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Food was above average, the chips and salsa were great, the chicken taco and burrito were above average. Draft beer selection was average but various sized mugs were a great value. Service was extremely prompt, attentive, and accurate. Atmosphere met my expectations. Overall it was a great value and I definitely would visit again if in Villa Rica.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Food was average, I had the filet which was properly cooked but rather fatty for that cut, the mashed potatoes were above average. Wine by the glass selection was limited and poor. Service was above average and helpful. Atmosphere did not meet my expectation. Overall not worth the upscale charge.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Met my expectations nothing more. Food was average, the General Tso chicken extra spicy it was typical and not spicy enough, the chicken with snow peas was bland. Service was timely. Atmosphere was sub par. I will be trying another Chinese restaurant in the future.
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