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Ever wanted to see inside an Amazon Fulfillment Center? Now you can...
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There is a fulfillment center a few miles from my house. I have prime, but for items that are stocked in Lexington, I can usually get it next day. A ton of my companies' residents work there. 
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Sounds about right eh +Aaron Brock ?
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Once again we find ourselves at a significant landmark for the maker movement - Union Terminal!
We are thrilled to announce that Cincinnati Mini Maker Faire will once again unleash its festival of makers! This time we will be at Cincinnati Museum Center in beautiful Union Terminal on Septembe...
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An awesome intersection of Cincinnati's history and its future. Way to go, Cinci Makers!
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I agree google needs a -1 button.
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Like nails on a chalk-board... I've felt like this many times as the "expert".
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This is great. I might just show this to the rest of the management team on Monday.
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The loneliest busker
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Awwww you can't really hear how truly terrible his singing was, too bad. 
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truly touching and heartfelt
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Nerd Herder
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I am a meat popsicle
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  • Amazon.com
    IT Manager, FC Infrastructure PMO, 2006 - present
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There's no kill switch on awesome
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My parents died when I was a young child, and I spent my adolescence and early adulthood traveling the world, studying the martial arts and learning about various cultures.  I have returned to my hometown where I will fight criminals with science.

Wait, no, that's Batman.

I live in the City.  I tinker with things, usually electronic but sometimes mechanical.  I like Belgian cars and German beer.  Wait, strike that; reverse it.  I write for fun, work for money, and run from nothing.  Except clowns.
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Father of 2. Co-founder of Hive13. Successfully installed Gentoo.
Education
  • University of Cincinnati
    Computer Engineering, 1998 - 2002
  • Holmes High School
    International Baccalaureate, 1996 - 1998
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Slow service, disgusting bathrooms.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Interesting and delicious food. Service can be hit or miss which is a real let-down, considering the prices. I keep going back for the food, but the narrow space, long waits, and crowded table layout are a turn off. All things considered, this is still one of the better restaurants in the city and worth going out of your way to visit.
Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Be prepared to let a notch out on your belt after visiting this place. The food ranges from good to excellent; occasional execution problems creep in, like the sometimes so-salty-its-briny tator tot casserole. The menu is, in a word, rich. Bone marrow and sausages and steaks and ribs and mac & cheese. Somehow even the cauliflower tastes super buttery. Like I said, you'll need a bigger belt on the way out. The draught beer list has many gems, the service is prompt and attentive, and they have a neat waitlist system where you can put in your cell number and get text alerts when your table is ready. Great for enjoying a cocktail on Neon's patio while you wait. Overall, Mayberry is a solid place to have a meal, and they're open for lunch and late night.
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Food: Very goodDecor: Very goodService: Very good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
You go here for the excellent, excellent pizza. Great crust, spicy sauce, plenty of cheese, loads of toppings. My favorite overall pizza in the city. (I recommend the thick crust, always.) Skip the rest of the menu; it's pedestrian and while not bad (one mozz stick & marinara is much like another) it's not worth the calories over the pizza and beer. Speaking of beer, they have an absolutely stellar beer selection. Lots of crafts and locals, plus growlers to-go! Pretty cheap too, as far as those things go. Seating is a mix of high-tops (which suck and are too small) and half-booths. Lots of TVs if you're going to watch sports. They do generally play the audio of one of the games they're showing inside. Lots of local college sports paraphernalia and beer taps. All in all, not bad but nothing special. Service staff are usually a bunch of kids from UC and are hit or miss. Unfortunately, especially when they're busy, it's a miss. Surprisingly family friendly. High chairs & booster seats available and not an unusual sight to see a whole family out to dinner. I wouldn't recommend a party larger than 6 due to table size & layout of the place. Go a little early when they're not rushed, order a huge pizza and two cold craft brews, leave satisfied.
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Food: Very goodDecor: GoodService: Poor to fair
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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A bit overpriced and the revolving door of chefs hasn't helped the consistency of the food. The service is generally spot on and the happy hour prices are good. The upstairs patio is actually pretty great. All in all it's not a bad spot to catch dinner, but you can do better on the same block.
Food: GoodDecor: Very goodService: Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Abigail Street is one of my favorite spots in the entire city. The food is amazing and the tapas-eqsue small plates menu lets you experience a wide variety of flavors in a single meal. Wine and beer selection is well curated by knowledgeable staff. The service has been above and beyond the 4+ times I've visited. Truly a well trained group. If there are any negatives to the experience, it would be the long wait times on some evenings (they don't take reservations and if you're not in the door before 7pm, you're in for a long wait), and the overall value proposition. A cheap dinner joint, this is not. Order the lamb sliders. And the Turkish coffee. Thank me later.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
This place is Nicola's less pretentious, younger, more adventurous brother. It's Italian through and through, but don't expect typical Italian-American fare. It's much, much better than that. (Try the braised lamb, it's magical.) For a less expensive but no less satisfying experience, try the pizzas. Great for dates or to impress a visiting foodie without breaking the bank.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very goodService: Very good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago