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A cold, drizzly night for the friendly between the San Antonio Scorpions and FC Dallas. nil-nil at the half. 
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Having a wonderful dinner with @donschenck, Linda, and Jayne.
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Now all we need is a Chrome/Firefox plugin to apply this to websites we visit!
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My feelings exactly! Nothing is more rewarding than continuing to learn throughout your life.
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Education is little more than a kick-start. The REAL learning comes after.
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Yet another reminder of how old I am. I not only bought this on vinyl when it was released (and then later on 8-track for my car!), I saw Zep perform a few months before this at Madison Square Garden, and they performed many of the songs that would be on their upcoming album.
 
For the curious, you would be best suited to finding the original double release in any format, remastered or not. It is a trip from start to finish, and a glimpse of what it looks like from the top of the world, circa February, 1975.
It was 40 years ago today that Led Zeppelin released what many considered to be their last true classic album, Physical Graffiti. For those counting, it was their sixth straight top 10 album, and t...
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Why do we let non-doctors make medical decisions for us? And why do these idiots only seem to speak up when it comes to women's issues?
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read why he asked the question and you'll realize it wasn't something done out of stupidity, but rather a lawyer's trick to get at an underlying issue.
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I was thinking along different lines, too...
 
Yeah that's totally not what I got....
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Want to understand ISIS and what drives them? This is an excellent (and long!) article about the movement.
The Islamic State is no mere collection of psychopaths. It is a religious group with carefully considered beliefs, among them that it is a key agent of the coming apocalypse. Here’s what that means for its strategy—and for how to stop it.
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Great work by Mark Nottingham and team!
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Yet another non-medically-trained Republican official trying to treat myths and beliefs as fact.
 
Cure your cancer in Nevada with baking soda! What the FUCK is going on with the Republican women in my state?! First it was guns for "hot little girls" to protect themselves (note that the bill allows concealed guns for everyone, not just the hot little girls) and now this. ARE YOU FUCKING KIDDING ME?
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>> Yet another non-medically-trained Republican official

The medically-trained ones haven't been much better.
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Welcome to the Police State.
Exclusive: Secret interrogation facility reveals creeping aspects of war on terror in US city as accounts describe shackling and brutality without basic rights
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Thug, indeed.
 
This is what happens when an IDIOT jury, allows a MURDERER to go free.
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Python developer and enthusiastic OpenStacker!

Co-creator of the Dabo framework for desktop applications in Python.

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Didn't expect much based on the outside, but wow! The food was incredible! You can tell that the cooks there really know what they're doing (you can see them preparing the food). Everything we ordered was seasoned perfectly, with enough kick to make it interesting. Even the side of steamed vegetables was crunchy and fresh! Definitely going back to try everything on the menu.
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reviewed 7 months ago
RIPOFF - DISHONEST - AVOID AT ALL COSTS! They quoted my 21-year-old son $40 to unlock his car. It took them less than 3 minutes to unlock the car, and then handed him a bill for $149 dollars. Since he was late for work and not very self-confident, he paid it. It wasn't until he told me about this later that I called this company for an explanation, and all they could say was that they had told him over the phone that the price would *start* at $40, and when pressed, could not explain why an operation that took less than 3 minutes to complete would cost $149. They were also fairly rude to me; I guess they figured that since they already got their money, they didn't need to be polite. There are plenty of other locksmiths out there. Don't use these crooks.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
They saw me within 30 minutes of arriving, and though the paperwork was a pain, it was no worse than any other medical office I've had to deal with. Everyone there was professional at worse, and friendly at best.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
They did good work, but man oh man was it expensive. My advice would be to check out other places and get a quote for the exact model car you have; my basic $40 oil change ended up being over $60 by the time they were done.
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I lived most of my life in NYC, and have been used to the best seafood, especially oysters. So now when I visit a city near an ocean, I always try to recreate what I grew up with. Fish at the Rocks lived up to my expectations, and then some. I had a half-dozen fresh oysters, and they were exquisitely tasty. Paired with a crisp Sauvignon Blanc, I savored every delicious mouthful. The building is an unassuming location with an unimpressive decor, but really, who cares? The food is amazing, the staff is friendly and knowledgeable. This is my first time visiting Sydney, but the next time I return, this restaurant will be on my list of places to revisit.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
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Very pleasant and professional. I had some issues with the fit of my pedals, and they were determined not to let me leave until everything had been adjusted to fit me perfectly. Great service, great people, great bikes - what's not to like?
Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Excellent
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