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Attended Butler County High School
Lives in Indianapolis, IN
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I'm going to take this opportunity to introduce you all to a music group you've probably not heard of and I'm hoping you'll enjoy. They're called St. Paul and The Broken Bones and here's a video of one of their performances of one of my absolute favorite songs. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1EAZEZZ6994 #goodmusic  #style #realmusic #realsoul  
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If I listen to video game music scores while I'm working, will it tease my brain into thinking I'm playing games and not actually working? #mariobrostheme
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One of my favorite songs and there's nothing quite like harmony between family members!
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The words "bi-weekly" and "bi-monthly" are officially meaningless to me now. Is it twice a week or every other week? Two times a month or every other month? 
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Just stumbled across this group. Love their sound on these acoustic "van sessions". Check out Nicki Bluhm & The Gramblers. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WJiCUdLBxuI
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My friend +Patric Welch can honestly say +Google+ saved his life!
On Nov. 21, 2015, I turned to my phone and spoke the first set of words that I believe saved my life. "OK Google, heart attack symptoms."
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THAT'S IT!!! I fully support the death penalty for anyone convicted of hacking and creating malware. #aintnobodygottimeforthat
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Sometimes it's really helpful to have the right friends in the right places! #fastinternet #fatpipes #lotstoupload
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Anyone remember Sniglets? There should be a word for the puddle of water that collects under the "automated" paper towel dispensers in bathrooms.
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Excited to see how this man changes the face of healthcare in local communities, beginning with ours! Visit his GoFundMe page below for his statement of goals and beliefs related to healthcare and his plans to move forward after getting "discharged" from the healthcare "system" he had been working so hard to change from the inside. Visit his Facebook page at The Town Doctor for more information as well. #healthcare #medicine #physicians #missionalmedicine #doctors #nurses #patients https://www.gofundme.com/q6s2tjfw
My name is Robert Steves, MD, known also to many as 'Dr.Bob'. I have worked hard to build a practice, only to become a by-product of the corporate downfall of healthcare. http://www.lebanondemocrat.com/Lifestyle/2015/08/30/Local-doctor-takes-long-road-to-get-to-his-patient-first-practice.html N...
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For a topic I struggle with, this is a good article. I'm doing much better about getting more rest and trying to take care of myself, but I find myself also feeling guilty about not "putting in the hours" like I used to do. #sleep #sleepdeprivation #Zzzz #insomnia
Most people know what it’s like to be up 4 hours and 2 cups of coffee after 12 AM—burning the midnight oil because “sleep is for the weak”. Some of us are night owls who believe we’re nocturnal by nature, that we reach our peak levels of productivity at those hours when no one else is awake. Others just have trouble sleeping at night, so they choose to do something more valuable with their time than stare up at a ceiling—whether it’s working on a...
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Consultant / Developer / Blogger
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Web development, Internet marketing, social media, content writing, blogging, WordPress, MySQL, ASP.NET VB, SQL, user support
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  • Bnpositive Communication & Design
    Consultant / Developer / Blogger, present
  • WLBQ Radio
  • Kentucky Kingdom Amusement Park
  • Colorstage Lighting Systems
  • Comstar Systems
  • Travel Unlimited / Columbia/HCA
  • WorldTravel Parters / WorldTravel BTI
  • Eli Lilly and Company
  • Lowe's Home Improvement
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  • Rapid Results, LLC
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Indianapolis, IN
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Morgantown, KY - Bowling Green, KY - Morgantown, KY - Glens Fork, KY - Mount Vernon, OH - Indianapolis, IN - Franklin, KY - Nashville, TN - Franklin, TN
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I'm a blink of understanding in a web of confusion
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I'm that alpha-geek, class clown kind of guy that's now spending way too much time on the Internet. Introduce yourself and let me see you smile!
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Have almost died three times. Won a Mello Yello chugalug contest in 3rd grade. Got to go backstage and meet the cast of "Up with People"
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  • Butler County High School
  • Adair County High School
  • Mount Vernon Nazarene University
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A rose by any other name...
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Thank You Taylor Swift
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Bean Family - ALS #IceBucketChallenge
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My brother and nephew called my son and I out for this challenge. So we delivered!

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As I was heading into work this morning I caught the tail-end of a news segment about Taco Bell entering the breakfast market on March 27th.

5 Depressing Realities Behind Popular Reality TV Shows
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I haven't been overwhelmed by the services of this bank compared to others I have experience. It seems they take significantly longer to process any kind of mobile transaction than other banks I use. Glad they were open on Saturday today though.
Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
When you want to get a home cooked meal but the cook at home has had a long day, go to Courtney's. They have a variety of different main entrees choices each day. Some are the same, some are different. All-you-can-eat catfish and ribs on the weekends. Then just pick your sides you want and yeast roll or cornbread. I recommend washing everything dish with a sweet tea and lemon.
Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
Glad to have an Indian cuisine option in the Mt. Juliet area. Really wish they'd offer a buffet though. I love it when ethnic restaurants offer buffets because it allows you to try a variety of things and develop some favorites that you're then comfortable ordering not just at their location, but other restaurants as well. The overall experience at Persis was good. Flavors were generally on par with most other Indian places. My only issue is that this location came across more as Indian fast food and not a normal sit down experience my daughter and I normally enjoy when we go out for our regular Indian fix. Service was a little slow as well.
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Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
We have a couple of friends that have mentioned to us that Speedy Burrito was a great little Mexican place. I've thought about stopping in on occasion but usually passed it up and gone somewhere else instead. I don't know why. Today, my wife suggested we go there and give it a try and I wasn't going to say "No". There were a number of specials that looked good on the card out front, I was really leaning towards the fish & shrimp tacos. Instead, I had the Torta Cubana sandwich thingy and it was absolutely fantastic! Loaded with a variety of different meats and other toppings. Delicious! We'll definitely be back soon! Gotta try those fish & shrimp tacos.
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
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Yummy Thai has become a consistent favorite for my family and I to enjoy. We're probably eating here or getting take-out about once a week. I've tried a variety of their entrees and have thoroughly enjoyed every one I've had. I'm the adventurous type, so the last two occasions we've dined here I've just let the server pick something for me at random. I've yet to be disappointed in what I've received. Normally the chicken pad thai is what our family gets, but this past visit my wife ventured out and got the teriyaki chicken stir fry which she said may have replaced pad thai as her favorite. This time we also tried the fresh basil rolls, which were also very good.
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Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
This is a one-off review... If your hours state you're open until 10:00pm, DON'T lock the door at 9:30pm to new customers. Especially on Cinco de Mayo!
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Our office had a Christmas lunch here today and the food was very good. We started with a selection of appetizers that included country ham mac & cheese, roasted cauliflower, duck fat fries and a selection of different deviled eggs. Everything I tasted was terrific. I kept having a challenge trying to decide on my final entree. A previous time I'd been here a friend got the chicken fried chicken on top of mashed yukon gold potatoes and it looked delicious. Then there was the wild mushroom meatloaf I was debating, or the fish tacos which looked great, then there were a selection of great looking vegetables I almost just got a vegetable plate (grilled asparagus, charred okra, caramelized brussel sprouts). I eventually took a complete detour and landed on the Nashville "Hot" Chicken sandwich. The sandwich was huge, I believe it was the same piece of chicken that came on the chicken fried chicken, but was cut in half and stacked and then obviously seasoned in the "hot" chicken sauce. In addition to that sauce there was also a honey drizzle that added a really nice sweet tone to each bite. I personally could have handled a quite a bit more heat on the spicy level, but overall it was great. You're getting a great tasting meal surrounded in a nice ambience that's a combination of retro, rustic chic decor. The overall prices reflect that experience. You can expect averaging about $20 per person with a drink at lunch.
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Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago