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Chris H
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Attended Rutgers
Lives in Morristown
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profoto 600 gang in the house! have you tried the magnum reflector in the same situation, and if so how does it compare to the zoom 2?
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is there any way to pay for and download this song? Honestly it's better than the album version. Breaks my heart, every time.
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I'm picking up a 250 in a few days, this is decadent and depraved. awesome.
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Photographer
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Elinchrom, lighting, lightroom, grip, studio lighting
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  • Chris Hayden Photo
    Photographer, 2011 - present
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Fitness Photographer in Northern NJ
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    2011
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Years ago, this theater was awful. Tiny screens, uncomfortable chairs, stale popcorn, and a godawful staff except for the ticket taker guy. A few years ago they renovated with huge seats, slightly bigger screens and 4 of those behemoth coke machines. But, the staff still sucks, popcorn's still stale, and they fired the only person who actually cared about making the movie experience pleasant. If you catch a late showing, like I usually do, your parking's not going to get validated because the staff literally disappears. There's probably someone at AMC wondering why this theater is always on the verge of bankruptcy and just can't figure it out. Basically, cross your fingers and pray an Alamo Drafthouse gets built somewhere in northern NJ.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Couple of shell shards in my seafood pizza. Great otherwise.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Everything on the menu is excellent here. However, within hours of paying for my food late one night, VISA called and reported fraudulent activity on my account. Bring your own cash.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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Hour and a half every time, cold by the time it gets here, orders are always messed up somehow.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
I love going here, they always have neat and interesting old books. I personally go for the photography books; not only do they have great out-of-print art books, but lots of how-to's about film processing and printing, as well as essays by master photographers.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
My ex girlfriend went here to get her bike tuned up for a triathlon. She ended up buying new wheels and tires. Pricey, but she got a small discount. The owner offered to train her in cycling, to which she agreed. After her first 'lesson', he alluded to having several mistresses in town, and said he gave them better pricing in exchange. He then tried to embrace her. She was horrified, and swore never to go back. We live maybe 3 blocks away, but we'd rather drive to Efinger's in Bound Brook for bike service. Weeks later, at her race, she suffered a catastrophic bike failure, and was disqualified. The Somerville bike shop neglected to tighten the rear hub properly, a seriously amateurish mistake. As a result, the gears were loose, and ended up destroying the spline shaft on the rear wheel. She struggled to fix it on the side of the road, but to no avail. She was heartbroken, because she had been training for months for this race. Presumably, the bike shop owner was busy daydreaming about making her his latest conquest, and not paying any attention to craftsmanship.
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Quality: Poor - FairAppeal: Poor - FairService: Poor - Fair
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago