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Dennis Evans
Works at Toss Business Solutions
Attended California State University, East Bay
Lives in Pittsburg Ca
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There is evidence which implies that cult of Serapis existed before the Ptolemies came to power in Alexandria - a temple of Sarapis (or Roman Serapis) in Egypt is mentioned in 323 BCE by both Plutarch (Life of Alexander, 76) and Arrian (Anabasis, VII, 26, 2). The common assertion that Ptolemy "created" the deity is derived from sources which describe him erecting a statue of Sarapis in Alexandria: this statue enriched the texture of the Sarapis conception by portraying him in both Egyptian and Greek style.[2] Though Ptolemy I may have created the cult of Sarapis and endorsed him as a patron of the Ptolemaic dynasty and Alexandria, Sarapis was a syncretistic deity derived from the worship of the Egyptian Osiris and Apis (Osiris + Apis = Oserapis/Sarapis).  For those who don't know Serapis means one chosen of God or Christ.  The first image of the person most people worship today
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in the Africans' List There are three extant cuneiform tablet versions of the King List, and two fragments.[3] They date to the early first millennium BC—the oldest, List A (8th century BC) stopping at Tiglath - Pileser II (ca. 967–935 BC) and the youngest, List C, at Shalmaneser V (727–722 BC). Assyriologists believe the list was originally compiled to link Shamshi-Adad I (fl. ca. 1700 BC (short)), an Amorite who had conquered Assur, to the native rulers of the land of Assur.  Kings 1000 years before Adamu or Adam scribes then copied the List and added to it over time.[4]
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The worker fell one story — from the second floor to the first — inside the W. 70th St. building near Columbus Ave., officials said.
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Tudiya or Tudia is the earliest Assyrian king named on the Assyrian King List, & the first of the "seventeen kings who lived in tents". According to Georges Rous he would have lived in the latter half of the 25th century BC, i.e. somewhere between 2450 BC and 2400 BC. The list says he was succeeded by Adamu or Adam who was said to be the first man according to the bible text.
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A trade group, backed by oil and chemical giants, denied it was behind a campaign to block regulations of potentially toxic flame retardants. But an insider has finally come clean.
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At least 206 workers died during the months of January and February, constituting »»
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Over the past decade, poppy cultivation and the opium it produces have flourished as poor farmers turn to the profitable crop.
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Work
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TOSS Business Solutions LLC Owner Operator & Safety Pundit
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Identifying at risk behaviors that cause occupational injuries & accidents
Employment
  • Toss Business Solutions
    General Manger, 2007 - present
    Occupational Health & Safety Pundit considers the site specific safety agreement, hierarchy of hazard controls, accident & calamity controls situating occupational health and safety placing employers & employee’s neutrality allocating the responsibility of occupational health and safety equivalent among peers. Surveying jobsites, processes, products, systems for compliance with establish occupational health & safety policies standards identifying potential new hazards & at risk occupational hazards. Plummeting workers compensation & disability claims
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Pittsburg Ca
Previously
Oakland Ca - Concord Ca
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Occupational Health & Safety Pundit
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         Employing the Safety Complacency Report Written & Developed by Mr. Dennis J Evans.  An Occupational Health & Safety Pundit, with a proposition of the proposed proliferation accommodating the Occupational Health & Safety Pundit components in The State of California Department of Labor, decreasing workers compensation & disability case claims 65%, intended reduction target $650 Million annually.  With a comprehensive objective target 100% $1 Billion per annum, relegating workers compensation & disability cases state wide.

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Toss Business Solutions is the awnser ending our long lived recession in the USA
Education
  • California State University, East Bay
    Bus/Administration, 1989 - 1992
  • Los Medanos College
    Gen/Sic, 1985 - 1989
  • Antony school of real estate
    Real Estate Sales, 1998 - 2000
  • Cisco Systems, Inc.
    Networking, 2014
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The value is ok if not good but we don't have a real deli in pittsburg Why it would be nice but togo's is better then subway the prive is similar
Food: GoodDecor: Poor - FairService: Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
It would be nice to have a real deli in town but if you don't a lot of bread then I say go and have a ok lunch
Food: Poor - FairDecor: Poor - FairService: Poor - Fair
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
The pizza is ok but it works in a bind
Food: GoodDecor: Poor - FairService: Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Now let me tell you this place the food is Great and the service is good Please go there eat and be happy. Good drinks people and Man the food Yess the food was just plane Great I'll be back for more please. The value is good and well The best place I've been too in a long time. So please try it love yeah it's that good Happy in one word. Go there and have a great dinner.
Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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I am giving this restaurant a three stars because we had to wait more then 15 minutes just to get our order taken, and even water the service is just bad at the best. after which it took another 45 minutes to get our food . The table was not clean when we got there, and once I got my food I was so happy chicken an greens. I say try it as for me I do not recommend this place!
Food: GoodDecor: Poor - FairService: Poor - Fair
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Really food in bags no not fresh but try it you may like pre baged food. I've had better fish tacos just not worth going to
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
I've been wanting to write something about this place the service sucks at best and you better keep an eye on your tap and make sure your are not over chaged. I wouldn't go back to this place unless something is done quick. The happy hour specials are just not enough to keep you there. I would say try it and I hope you have a better time as for me no thanks. The food is with no tast at all and dry the food is over priced for the value.
Food: Poor - FairDecor: GoodService: Poor - Fair
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago