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Some Friday coding humor for everyone today...
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So true!
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Yeah sure it's a "gross over simplification" of the era, but it's still funny and there are lots of relate-able point that bring back good memories. 

But don't take it too seriously. There were plenty of things during these decades which were downright dumb and unfun too.
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Stereotypes bad. Laughter good.
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I have heard a common theme among people who do these kinds of daring, life-threatening feats: it makes them feel truly alive. I can totally respect that.
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"go blow your brains out..." is a metaphor people, not an actual recommendation. Just in case anyone seeing this is a donkey on the edge. lol
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Microsoft OneNote vs. Evernote Will OneNote catch up and surpass EN?

My $.02: For now I'm sticking with Evernote but it looks like MS is getting serious about competing with EN for market share so I'll be keeping an eye on OneNote.

Biggest OneNote deal killer for me:

"But OneNote completely misses when it comes to taking on Evernote as a bucket for things that I want to save. Any outside files have to be added to OneNote through dialog boxes, which is an annoyance compared to Evernote, which lets users simply drag and drop any files into their notes."

That's exactly how I use EN. It's my one-stop app for collecting all the things I do across every area of my life: notes, todo's, grocery lists, ponderings, "deep thoughts" while in shower (where's that water-proof Android phone I asked for Samsung?! lol), on and on.

To me, that is the power of EN. It's on every single platform and is pretty darn consistent feature-wise from platform to platform.

EN obviously makes it a huge part of their mission to be Johnny-on-the-spot when it's time to take a note of any kind, whether typed, audio, photo or scanned page. 

MS's OneNote is going to have to do all that better and much more if I'm ever going to be enticed to make the big switch. EN is just too embedded in my life right now. 

Oh, and while I'm the subject, Microsoft, you better make importing my Evernote hoard of notes flawlessly and simply importable or forget it. No deal.

Anyway, it's worth keeping about 1/20th of an eye on OneNote and seeing where it ends up.

Meanwhile, it's always nice to see the competition. EN will benefit from that too (hint: bigger checkboxes!!).
Microsoft launched a free version its OneNote note taking software for Mac users today, ending a years-long drought in which the desktop version of the pro
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I hate that we have fluoride in our water. As far as I'm concerned, it's forced medication.
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Extremely authentic. So authentic the girls working there may misunderstand your order due to their limited English. So be clear and make sure they got what you want. Sometimes they have Mole (chocolate sauce). It's very tasty and worth ordering. We usually just get tacos or enchiladas. I love the tacos because they are just like the way they do them in Mexico: fresh tortillas, meat and some cilantro. Side of salsa, green or red. Red is spicy. It's our favorite little secret for Mexican food.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Best. Handmades. Ever! If you're a cigar smoker and have ever tried handmade cigars (there are many in Tampa area), then you know they can -sometimes- often be a let-down. A friend of mine turned me on to the ones crafted by Cuban Paradise Cigar and Cafe. He and another mutual cigar aficionado were so excited about them that I made a special trip down there on Christmas Eve this year just to check them out. Ironically these "perfect" cigars are called Mistakes. It's a family operation and apparently the patriarch was rolling some cigars one day and made an error when combining certain tobaccos. After trying them he loved the taste and so made them official, giving them the name "Mistakes". Last night I smoked my first Mistake (robusto). They are _every bit_ as good as I had hoped. Smooth, mild and yet *full-bodied* at the same time. No bitterness. Highly recommend making the journey. Go around 5pm and you'll have time to take a walk out on Madeira Beach while catching the sunset. That's my wife and I did. The family who runs the place are as pleasing as their cigars. :) (Note: the parking lot is *paid* parking. We didn't notice right away. Thankfully we avoided a ticket.) UPDATE (Jan 29, 2014): Bought a box of the Mistakes and have been smoking them for the last month. They have all been consistently good smokes. The only problem I have now is I'm smoking more cigars than ever! It's ok, though. Not only are these cigars tasty, they are easy on the wallet if you buy a box at a time (you get a handsome discount). In fact, they are beautifully priced. So I'll be back for more soon.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Fillet was excellent. We probably over ordered by also getting the duck nachos and besa besa shrimp but it was all so good. Brannon delivered excellent service as well. Definitely going back next time we can ditch the kids. ;)
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
Seem like good prices. Definitely knowledgeable. Nice folks.
Quality: Very goodAppeal: Very goodService: Very good
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
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The servers are always upbeat and on the ball and the food is consistently good. If you bring a little kid(s), sit in the back-right booth (corner). When the restroom door opens, a string lets down a big, black stuffed spider (got my daughter with that one quite nicely when she was 5 y.o.). Wednesdays roast beef at lunch is outstanding. (In fact, I think I'll head over there tomorrow myself.) But don't wait for Wed. The food's great all week long, including breakfast. Might want to get there early on weekends if you do breakfast though. They can get busy.
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
Beautiful decor. Service was outstanding. Very lively atmosphere.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
There is a good supply food as is always the case in these super buffets. The food tastes very average however. The only exception would be the snow crab legs which were good. The servers were getting in each other's way when we were being seated and our server was talking more to her peers than she was to us. It was distracting. Being seated felt very impersonal. I'm feeling pretty "off" now, a couple of hours after eating. My body seems to be rebelling against their food. I think this was the last super buffet for me.
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Food: Poor to fairDecor: GoodService: Poor to fair
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago