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Jason Shultz
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Thank you FCC!
Thanks to the FCC and Tom Wheeler for supporting local choice and broadband competition. https://takeaction.withgoogle.com/open-internet-g
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SMS/Whatsapp/Wechat/Line/Kakao, or use any other Android apps on Win/Mac with #AirDroid3:http://goo.gl/Vzk9EM
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The real rise of frustration with police officers in America comes down to one thing: an enduring sense that the current law enforcement system is unfair. We have to abide by rules they do not. We are the civilians, as if they are not. When we go before a court, enduring bias assumes that police are responsible and honest, even if the evidence suggests otherwise. District attorneys have one method for grand juries with cops, and different methods for ones without cops. The problem is one of institutional disrespect for their own civic obligations. We have to obey the commands of officers, but they have no real desire to obey the commands of their own authorities, or the ultimate authority they serve – the people.
The NYPD is now actively shirking its duty to enforce the law. Mayor de Blasio should remind them there is no right to strike against the public safety.
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I'm helping #teachtheweb with others by sharing my skills. Join me and collect your badge! http://mzl.la/1x2MyeH
Thanks for teaching the web. We want to recognize you! As a token of appreciation for being a champion of the web and sharing your skills with others, we want to award you the Web Literacy Skill Sharer Badge. Share the badge with your friends and encourage them to collect theirs too.
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I got called "one dochey fat balding moron..err Mormon" by an "galerbity" on Twitter. I think I'm internet famous now. https://twitter.com/nickstarr/status/529750469078679553
Follow Following Unfollow Blocked Unblock Pending Cancel. Nick Starr ‏@NickStarr 56m56 minutes ago · @jasoneshultz I don't think that Google really is happy that one dochey fat balding moron..err Mormon is the only one singing GW praises... Renton, WA. 0 replies 0 retweets 0 favorites ...
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Communist Groundhog Day:

I wake up in glorious cabin with sweat on face. It was bad dream. "It was only dream" I say into mirror. I ride bear to work as guard in Siberian gulag to build communism and punish capitalist pig dogs, I am of walking around cells with half-drink vodka and AK-47 like good soviet, then capitalist pig wake up, look scared like coward and say, "Let me out of here!" I ignore pig and finish bottle of vodka.

KGB arrive around corner. KGB say arrest me for not kill capitalist pig. Other KGB arrive around other corner. Other KGB arrest for not send prisoner to KGB for interrogate and I am disgrace to motherland. I kill self for disgracing motherland.

I am in dream of kinds. KGB arrest me for not submit to KGB while alive. Also KGB arrest me for not dream of glorious Lenin. KGB send me out of dream and back to life.

I wake up in glorious cabin with sweat on face. It was bad dream. "It was only dream" I say into mirror.
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I wrote this letter to that clown Todd Kiser who is supposed to be regulating the Insurance Industry in Utah and foster competition. Instead, he's sucking down money from lobbyists and trying to shutdown Zenefits. 

http://techcrunch.com/2014/12/01/zenefits-utah/

This is what I wrote, hopefully he picks up sarcasm:

I, for one, am thrilled that you have worked so hard to stifle competition and protect your fellow insurance friends from the fiendish people at Zenefits who would disrupt their business model! I despise anyone that would force companies to compete and lower prices for services to everyone. We should all be paying more to help prop up antiquated business models! If only more people like you were placed into government offices on to serve the industry they are supposed to be regulating. Just imagine what would have happened to Kayak, and their ilk? We'd still be forced to use travel agents, still! 

This hearkens back to the good old days when the railroad used government regulation to strangle the nascent trucking industry. Those were good days, weren't they? Good ol'fashioned abuse of power put to work to keep prices artificially high and get that lobbyist money flowing. 

I feel warm and nostalgic for the 80s, don't you? Good times. Thank you for keeping up the tried and true ways proving to the citizenry that our system of government really doesn't serve the needs of the people. We'll make those stupid hippies cry yet.
Zenefits has become the latest startup to face regulatory scrutiny in a market it serves, as it is now faces opposition from the Insurance Commission of Utah...
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Chairwoman of the Mozilla Foundation, creator of one of the world's most successful Web browsers, Mitchell Baker probes the most daunting obstacles to a free, fair and flourishing Internet.
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Wow, nice. Maybe I'll sign up then, though I'm not sure what my reddit history says about me >_<
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Cottonwood, AZ - Conway, AR - Modesto, CA - Tempe, AZ - Tucson, AZ - Harrison, AR - Cottonwood, AZ
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We stand upon the precipice of change. The world fears the inevitable plummet into the abyss. Watch for that moment...and when it comes, do not hesitate to leap. It is only when you fall that you learn whether or not you can fly.
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I'm a web developer working in PHP, JavaScript/jQuery. I currently work full time for a large web development company and spend my off hours working on open source projects and some side work. I like to write about what I learn on my website so I can help share knowledge with others. 

I am a married father of two daughters. I enjoy backpacking/hiking, geocaching, and photography.
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1. I've been responsible for building a back end web application for an educational marketing company. It included call handling, reporting, and customer management. 2. I built a web application for a same day delivery service that included RFQ and scheduling pickups and deliveries. 3. I built a web application that allowed employees to interact with customers, update news and post new projects. 4. I built a web application for a local directory site. It included features such as business registration, posting specials, Google maps, driving directions and more.
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Professional Web Developer
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jquery, php, rails, front end development
Employment
  • MasteryConnect
    Software Developer, 2014 - present
  • Axis41
    Web Developer, 2012 - 2014
  • Open Sky Media, LLC
    Professional Web Development, 1996 - 2012
  • AT&T
  • Dialysist West
    Director, Information Technology
  • PSN Internet
    Network Admin
  • MindSpring
    Tech Support
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We were deceived by it being right across the street from Disney. It like decent from outside and the food didn't look bad. But once we started eating that's when things went south. The chicken had sat too long and the New York strip was more like roast beef and less like steak. The 4 hour slow cooked pork ribs were the worst by far. Unfortunately even the soft serve ice cream was bad. Finally the cooked to order hamburger was worse than the dollar menu burger at McDonald's in my opinion. Over all, i would pass on this place if i had to make a decision on where to eat again.
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Public - 4 weeks ago
reviewed 4 weeks ago
Excellent decor that compliments the theme of the restaurant. The food is delicious and cooked as requested. Service is outstanding. Prices are what you would expect for a establishment that sources it's own meat, fruit and vegetables. Desserts are made at the restaurant and not from a service. For two people we paid $75 including appetizer and two desserts. It was worth it. The only complaint I have is they charge a 3% surcharge if you pay with AmEx (but not Discover?). Supposedly this because AmEx charges a higher discount fee (about 1% more then Visa/MC) and at $35/person this seems pretty petty and money grubby of the owners when everything else is top notch. This, however, was the only blemish on an otherwise excellent dining experience. We would eat there again.
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Not thrilled. First, customer service is only open 8am to 3pm M-F which is really limited. By the time you get off work they're closed. Second, I was told my contract was going to be one length and, sure enough, it was something different. Last, none of the food is that great. Stuff like Pizzas and stuff was undesirable. The prices are higher then the store on many things and you have a delivery fee on top of that so you're really getting charged for it. I've been ordering the bare minimum each week just riding out my contract so I don't pay a penalty which means I'm paying about $8 a week for a loaf of bread. I've already got two loaves of bread in the freezer and have considered donating to friends, family and charity to just get them out. Over all, I'm really dissatisfied and will happily tell anyone who asks why. It's not compelling to me, I had a very limited window to cancel, the prices are too high, and the food isn't that great in my opinion. So there you go.
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Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
We had a great experience with our Honda Pilot! The repair was fast and efficient. Everything was done was clearly documented and made clear. I was really pleased with how quickly we got our car back. I know where we'll be bring our Honda back to for all it's maintenance.
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All of our burgers were overcooked. Three of us asked for medium and I asked for medium rare. All of us got medium well instead. Since mine was the most overcooked, I asked for it to be cooked correctly. The waitress asked me three different times what I wanted done about it. And three different ways I explained that I wanted it cooked correctly and not a dried out piece of beef. She left the burger on the table and went back to get another one. Fifteen minutes later I still didn't have my burger. Finally, I told her to just bring me the check instead. They did take the buerger off my bill, but still dinner cost me $60 for four people. We won't be returning.
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Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
Great people! Customer service is excellent and everyone is friendly.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
The food was delicious. Very large servings. The place is well decorated and fits the mood. The menus are really clever as well. I appreciate that the cattle is raised humanely.
Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
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reviewed a year ago