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Heath Lesjak
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I encourage all of you to take this survey in the name of science! Also because I love xkcd, and I'm curious what kinds of correlations the author will find from the results of such an EXTREMELY RANDOM set of questions :-)
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Who knew that sand was so pretty? (I secretly suspected it) :-)
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It would be nice to see the +1 buttons implemented more consistently around the web. But I suppose that it's not really worth it until the Google+ service hits some magic level of societal saturation. Gotta love those quasi Catch-22's. Actually, come to think of it, I've clicked on the +1 button a couple of times, to no seeming effect.

Basically I'm saying that I want it to be easy for me to share shit on G+ without having to manually copy/paste stuff into this box. I want the G+ equivalent of the Like button, and I thought that's what the +1 was, but I'm not sure anymore...
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This is a super great version of "Billie Jean". I don't actually like the original, MJ, version all that much, probably because it's been overplayed. This composition (i.e. this style) was originally by Chris Cornell, and his version also sounds pretty awesome, but this guy (American Idol, I guess?) seemed to evoke ... more. There's some mistakes in the displayed lyrics, but it's close enough. Enjoy!
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Wow, I've been digging through this site, and it's taught me soooo much about what G+ can do. There's options and functions (disabled by default) which really impress me! I can't wait for more of my friends/family to finally accept their invitations. It seems like this 'place' will be so awesome when fully 'populated'. :-)
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I'm a huge nerd, and my zest for life is unsurpassed :-)
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  • Arizona State University
    Computer Science, 2001 - 2006
  • Marcos de Niza High School
    1998 - 2001
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4.5 / 5! We've been living at Eastridge for the past couple of years and we love it here. The cons really are minimal gripes and things are mostly great. I've even recommended these apartments to several of my friends and family. When my cousin recently moved in I got a referral bonus on my next month's rent. Pros: +Reasonable rent +Quick, courteous, and helpful maintenance +Friendly front office staff +Pet friendly: Free poop baggies. Inexpensive pet-fee. Lots of pet owners. +Friendly residents. We've made a number of friends by just routinely walking our dog. +Quiet neighborhood with low traffic +Great location: groceries (Sprouts), a bunch of restaurants, and a great bar (Spokes). Aside from work, we almost never need to cross a major street! +Free gas grills +Fairly well maintained pools +Landscape has plenty of green grass, big trees and flowers/bushes which are both pretty and keep the whole area cooler than the surrounding city +Pretty good thermal and sound insulation: the cost of heating/cooling is relatively low and we almost never hear any of our neighbors in their apartments. +Recently renovated units (most of them now) look and feel nice, with new appliances, new carpet, and new (fake wood) hard floors. Cons: -Renovated apartments don't have ceiling fans, so we installed our own and will have to remove them when leaving. -Some washers/dryers are broken for long periods of time, increasing demand (especially during peak weekends). -Only one laundry credit refill machine (in the laundry farther room us) which is occasionally down. Seriously, they need 2 of these. -Second floor landing is wooden and a bit loud when neighbors walk by and use the stairs -No fitness center (but they are starting construction on one!) -Units in the south and southwest edges of the complex, with south facing windows, can get noisy with trucks loading/unloading into the shopping center and kids playing/screaming at the school playground. I suggest avoiding those units. In conclusion, we love it here and plan on staying for the foreseeable future.
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reviewed a month ago
I've been climbing here 2 or 3 times per week for over a year. The routes are varied and entertaining. There's something for all climbers, from 5.4 all the way to 5.14 (that's 'extremely easy' to 'extremely hard' for all of you not-yet-climbers out there). The gym specializes in top-roping, with about 80% of the walls with ropes already set up and ready to go. The other 20% is split between bouldering (short climbs, over padding, with no ropes) and lead climbing (advanced climbing where you bring the ropes up with you as you climb). I enjoy swapping between each type of climbing both for variety and to get a better all around workout. My only gripe is with the lack of air-conditioning. It's got an evaporative cooler (aka swamp cooler). While this is sufficient for most of the year, in the middle of the summer, it doesn't really cool off very much, and thus the gym is muggy and smelly. Though it's annoying, I wouldn't call it a deal breaker. Also, the staff are super helpful. The gym gets packed on Tuesdays and Thursdays, but I've never had a hard time getting some help or advice. I love this gym. PS: I used to climb at Climbmax, but it went downhill after the change in ownership. It's also WAY more expensive.
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I've taken my scooter to be repaired there on several occasions. I always work with Robert, and I've found him to be friendly and knowledgeable. Their pricing seemed reasonable. More importantly, they have NOT yet claimed to fix a problem but not actually fixed it (unlike some other shops I've been to). Overall, I'd recommend the shop to anyone in need of scooter repair. I can't speak to their selection of scooters or accessories, as I've only used the shop for repairs.
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