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Gregg Bloom
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Attended California Polytechnic State University
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Anyone have any tips on how a U.S. citizen can get a Brazilian business visa in under a month? The earliest appointment to show up in person is in mid-August. The earliest appointment through CIBT is early September...
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Roberts, Scalia, Thomas, and Alito: you should be ashamed. There are some things that individual states should not be allowed to interfere with.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loving_v._Virginia

#WrongSideOfHistory
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James Corden does such an amazing job at making people who seem like they're completely full of themselves look human...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nu9bHK4b6j8&index=4&list=PLrEnWoR732-BHrPp_Pm8_VleD68f9s14-
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We off European stock seen to have a reputation, among the Koreans...
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This new phone, a Nexus 6, is a thing of beauty, a work of art.

It's like the Moto X and the Nexus 5 got together and had a baby, a giant baby.

I'm very happy with it so far. Motorola knows how to design for humans...
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I've had mine since November. Probably the best handset I've had yet. Really liking 5.1 so far but then again I didn't have many issues with 5.0/5.0.1 either. :)
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Until yesterday, I was unaware that the Confederate flag was as loathed as the Nazi flag as a symbol of racism. It kind of makes sense...
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Is a person who cuts down baby trees called an "arbortionist"?
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Dearest Creator,

Thank you for all the cherries. They were delicious!

Your pal,
Gregg
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Dude, cherries this time if year are friggin' delicious! Looking forward to blueberries next!
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Dear Mexico,

Don't worry; we generally only listen to him for his humor value. Nobody serious takes him seriously.

http://www.globalpost.com/article/6586988/2015/06/18/mexico-donald-trump

Love,
Your northern neighbors

#Trump2016  #Trump #BadNeighbors
'They’re rapists,' Trump said of Mexicans while announcing his candidacy for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination.
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So. Dick picks, eh? You take a photo of your penis with some sort of food item (bananas, pizza, deli meat, or whatever you have in the fridge) and send it to the woman (of the moment) that you're interested in, in hopes that she selects you as her new sex partner (of the moment)?

There are just so many places to go with that!

If your female selection is the type who enjoys a good Broadway show, maybe you can dress your John Thomas up as Li'l Orphan Annie or Old Deuteronomy (I have some sympathy if you're stuck dressing it up as the Phantom of the Opera).

Or perhaps your feminine desire is interested in a man who can provide long term financial stability, so dressing up your Willie performing professional tasks would be perfect. Here's Doctor Schlong in a monogrammed lab coat with a mini stethoscope. Or perhaps it's wearing a three piece suit with a pencil tucked behind its "ear", posing as a public accountant...


Anyone who proves to not be as creative is obviously just lazy or plans to be a butcher...


And for those of you who, like me, think unsolicited (and maybe even solicited) Dick Pics shouldn't be a thing, let's talk about appropriate ways to make sure this thing ends quickly. How about a public shaming site... Repost your pic publicly with the sender's source address and name, complete with Photoshop contests. No man like his penis to be the stuff of hearty laughs...
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Celery raisin ice cream is refreshing and delicious! Thanks Obama!
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Education
  • California Polytechnic State University
    Management Information Systems, 1991 - 1995
  • Canyon High School, Anaheim, CA
    1986 - 2000
  • University of California, Irvine
    1992 - 1992
  • San José State University
    1996 - 1996
  • Cheshire High School, Cheshire, CT
    1986 - 1991
  • California Polytechnic State University
    Master of Business Administration, 1998 - 2000
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Occupation
Program Management/Consulting/Technical Solutions
Employment
  • Google
    Google Apps Deployment Engineer, 2006 - present
  • Bay Federal Credit Union
  • Hewlett-Packard Laboratories
  • Apple Computer
  • Pacific Telesis Video Services
  • Surveyor Corp.
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Bothell, Washington
Previously
Woodinville, Washington - Cheshire, Connecticut - Anaheim, California - San Luis Obispo, California - San Francisco, California - Boulder Creek, California - Brookdale, California - San Jose, California - Sunnyvale, California - Boulder Creek, California - Milpitas, California - Atascadero, California - Attleboro, Massachusetts - Niles, Illinois - Bloomington, Indiana
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A well decorated but solidly mediocre restaurant. The menu has some unique fare, like Ben's biscuits and gravy, which would have been fantastic if the biscuits weren't so plain and the gravy want so salty. The chainsaw art decorating this place is really well done, however. Whoever put together the saguaro was quite talented! That, alone, is worth the visit.
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Naka makes delicious, traditional sushi. The rolls are very wide and fresh, and beautiful. True sushi is food art, and this is a perfect example.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Having moved from silicon valley and finding a second home at SJ Omogari in San Jose, we had given up on finding good Korean food after relocating to Bothell. When searching, we'd venture over toward Shoreline and Edmonds and find _okay_ food (or good but expensive food), but nothing that made the trip worthwhile. Korea House is like God was listening to our prayers. I'm afraid I'm kind of hung up on dol sot bi bim bap, so that's what I ordered here and it was _perfect_. The ingredients mixed perfectly with the seasoned meat and the rice crisped, all paired with some fantastic side dishes (all of them were as good as anywhere else and their pickled daikon was better than the rest). The service was friendly and efficient. The place felt new and clean, with an eclectic but appealing ambiance. The prices were reasonable... not inexpensive, but I felt like I got what I paid for. Probably not a great place for kids, but you can bet we're going to become regulars.
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reviewed 3 months ago
I'm not a wine aficionado, but I _am_ a "maker", of sorts. I enjoy a good wine and I appreciate the art that goes into making one. Same with beer, whiskey, soap, etc. The winery tour was quite fulfilling; I got to see the bottling process, learned a bit about the Washington wine regions and some of the things that go into the art (seriously, the direction that the rows of grapes face makes a difference!) and the wine-making process. And then I got to taste a few wines, one of which (the 2013 Muscat Canelli) was just extraordinary.
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Called up to find out about small engine repair on the power washer that I (oops) poured oil into the gas tank (thought it was a two-stroke and wasn't thinking). Yes, they can fix that, for an hourly rate of $58.95 plus parts. The person on the phone said that that kind of issue is usually a 1 to 1.5 hour job. I can swing that, it's certainly less than a new power washer and it would probably take me all weekend to figure out how to do it myself. They say they'll have it done in three to four business days. I drop off the engine and Tom has it fixed by the following morning. I come in and am billed for the 1/2 hour of labor he spent on it plus a few bucks for a spark plug, oil, and gas. Was expecting to walk away paying $100 but wound up spending $40. So, in response to the person whose review/criticism was that these people try to take you for all they can, not concerning themselves about repeat business, I say that that's nonsense and request that you provide a better explanation of the situation.
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reviewed 3 months ago
The burrito bar is one of the best in the Seattle area, with a rotating selection of beans, vegetables, and meat and always fresh toppings! There's a guy at the sandwich bar who puts his passion into sandwich making. Seriously, he makes works of art! I'm not much of a sandwich fan, but his fixin's are a thing of beauty. The pastry chef, the woman who makes desserts, is an evil temptress! There's always something that looks great to eat and not-so-great on the hips available. I succumb to her temptations a couple times a month and they are always amazingly delectable. If you can get in for breakfast, go for a Friday. The biscuits are perfect when covered with a mix of sausage and mushroom gravy. Also, a little known secret: Julia, at the custom omelet bar, will make you the best tasting omelet you have ever, ever had. Again, it's all about loving what you do and putting passion into your work; she could be famous!
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Just had a fantastic meal at Grazie. Service has perfect timing. Food flavor and quality was extraordinary. Selection was broad. Must try: The garlic soup. Get a bowl, not a cup; this stuff is amazing. Loved: The halibut and the saltimbocca (such tender chicken) Was expensive! But worth every penny. This is a quality restaurant.
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