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Daniel Burke
Attended Brookwood High School
Lived in Atlanta
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It's been awhile, so let's see where this goes....
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Here is an interesting read about racial preferences in the online dating world.   I guess I am just an anomaly in the system
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I'm back in the kitchen, after a long weekend.  If you like things like avocado mousse, fresh lemongrass tortillas, and crispy grilled dumplings,  Come out and eat.  Everything will be less than $10 too, so even if you're not a baller, you can still dine like one.
#Atlanta   #StudioNo7   
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How do these compare to Kumatoes? #chef   #foodies   #veggies   #food  
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Cool. Well to be honest, I hav never tried their exzact toamato. However I can tell you that I have some in my garden that look almost just like the ones pictured. I planted about 45 tomato plants this year, several different types.I can them & have tomatoes all year. The tomatoes that I have that look like these taste just like a beefy tomato, but the color is a weird greenish,redish too brown. Edit: The name of the tomato I am speaking of is Cherokee Purple.
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Always more to do in the backyard....And then there's the new pin placement to distract me from it all.
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The price point is a little bit out of my range right now, but maybe the new camera will bring down the price of the old one. 
 +Kendall Weaver What do you think? Maybe decent for food photography?
More than two years after the debut of the company's first camera, Lytro has come back with a vengeance. Well, actually, Lytro has come back with an 'Illum
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I read up on this as well, but... They have a long way to go still, I can only see this as a speciality camera, similar too Polaroid in a way, sure its cool, but...It has a lot of limitations. Save up & get a good DSLR you'll be much happier !
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Who would like to invite me to ello?  It seems like a good platform for putting out some new cooking content(recipies, videos, reviews, etc...), and it would be great PR for my work.
  Email me at thedanielburke@gmail.com

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Thanks, everyone, for the birthday wishes. 29 is going to be a long year of lots of hard work, but i hope to achieve a lot of goals before the dirty 30 comes around. 
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Happy Belated birthday.  I didn't get online at all yesterday so I didn't know.
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Can't even is like, literally, a serious thing
 
It's a cause...

#tongueincheek  
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Here's a link to the Yelp page for my work. Everyone come out and have a good time before we close for "restaurant weekend(Sun and Mon)."   I'll be there tonight, so you already know everything will be great
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One of my P5 setups.   Going to re-work some things for the next nocturnal variant.
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Because it's friday
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Aficionado of Disc golf, Linux, and coffee
Introduction
Yep, I'm a regular person on the outside. I live in Atlanta, where I also work as a chef.  Aside from the 50 hour work weeks in the kitchen, I am also a graphic artist/designer, currently working for Peppermint Software. So yeah, I'm a Linux guy. 

 My personal interests include a wide arrangement of hobbies and crafts. I love the outdoors and play disc golf like it's a religion. I ride my bike a lot, and am looking forward to getting out to some real MTB trails again. 
   Even though it's also one of my jobs, I really enjoy cooking and cleaning.  I love the sound of a fresh knife slicing through crisp vegetables and the smell of windex. 


  There is more to me, but it'd probably be easier for you to just ask what you want to know. 
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nothing can stop me
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  • Brookwood High School
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cooking, math, making things better, problem solving, cleaning
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I lived there for 2 years, and it's the worst apartment I'd ever live in. Yeah, it's pretty cheap, but you get less than what you pay for. The apartments are old. The windows don't seal and are very drafty. When the wind blows, they shake in their frames. Oh yeah, there's only 2 windows in the apartments, and not well placed. The appliances and fixtures are old and cheap. We had to start the dishwasher with a screwdriver. The plumbing is crap. I had to fix several leaks myself, which was a pain because none of it was in compliance with plumbing codes. The employees are the worst part. The maintenance staff will let themselves in regardless of if you're home or not. They will show up whenever they feel like it. They will let other people into the apartments as well. They even smoked weed in our apartment while we were gone. The leasing office staff are awful. They had my car towed even though I told them I had just got a new car. It was towed out to Conyers, so I had to miss work, get an hour long ride out there. Then I had to pay for it. The leasing office never reimbursed me, although they said they would. Of course, they initially said they wouldn't tow my car too. They leasing office staff also will try to keep any packages they think might have something of value. Landscapers come by and start the leafblowing and weedeaters at 6am on the dot, mondays and fridays. This is a problem for most people who like to sleep. Also, they don't actually make anything look nicer. They butcher the hedges and dump the lawn debris right behind the buildings, so it smells bad and harbors lots of bugs. The bugs are horrible. Both ants and roaches. The exterminator will come out on a tuesday, if you request it, but his spray doesn't work. The bugs will be back in a matter of hours. I think the bug problem is mainly due to the mulch piles everywhere the gross nature of all the cats and trash dumpsters. There is always garbage all over the complex. I don't mind the stray cats everywhere(there is about 80, no exaggeration), but they do attract the bugs. And they fight and get loud at night. Speaking of fights and getting loud at night, that's what the residents do almost every day. In the summer, people have huge pool parties that have to be raided by the police. Don't live here please
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Well, lets start at the beginning. The valet was great, and gave a good recommendation upon my request. It was also free, which is nice. My girlfriend and I ate there on Friday, after spending the day moving. We were a mess, and probably looked the part too, but the hostess was friendly and sat us with no wait; which was impressive considering we looked like a couple of bums and it's a popular spot. The dining room and bathroom were both very clean and neat. I liked the minimal decor and touches of color throughout the restaurant. The booth we sat at was spacious and comfortable. All the other guests looked like they were comfortable and well taken care of, as were we. The server, Allen, was equally friendly, and also gave good recommendations. His service was on point, and we didn't have to ask for a thing; he just brought us refills and togo boxes as needed. He also was really good about not coming over and asking us questions while we had food in our mouths. He waited patiently for us to chew our food, and then checked on us. The food was great. Huge portions, cheap prices, and bold flavors. I had a barbacoa taco and a buffalo chicken quesadilla. Both were better than anything else around here. My girlfriend had a veggie quesadilla and a tofu taco, and said both were great. She was really impressed by how they treated the tofu. We also had some cheese dip, and of course the pre-requisite chips and salsa. The cheese and Salsa were both amazing, and seemed to be made fresh. For both of us, dinner was about $30, which wasn't bad considering the location, the valet, and I was drinking beer. I'll definitely be going back there regularly; and not just because I live across the street.
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Atmosphere: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
I worked there for a couple years, a few years ago, so I know how everything is supposed to be done. I'd say they forget to cut sandwiches in half about 50% of the time. Sometimes they put way too many onions on the sandwiches, but if you order "Easy on the onions" they won't put enough on. Same with the mustard. Other than that, everything is pretty good. You can't really get a fresher sandwich in Midtown for cheaper, and the people are fairly nice and helpful for minimum wage workers. I do wish they would add a couple different sandwiches to the menu, that they already have all the ingredients for. Roast beef+Bacon& avocado is great, as is the Turkey+Salami, and the Spicy Bacon Tuna wrap.
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Quality: Very GoodAppeal: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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I love the fish tacos and margaritas. Everything about No Mas! is great...except for the chronic lack of service. If the food wasn't so good, I would walk out of there every time I've been. Don't expect to get any service in a reasonable amount of time. Be prepared to have to go hunt done the server if you want anything. Don't order hot food, because it will be cold by the time you get it. The kitchen is great. Big portions of food, and it's amazing, but the service is a nightmare. I've never gotten even passable service, nor has anyone I've talked to. If you want to go somewhere, and sit and wait until you are starving, this is the place to go. I cannot stress enough how good the fish tacos are, and how bad the service is.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Poor - Fair
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago