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Yes!  I love this sooo much!
Chinese millionaire, Liu Dejian, has built an office headquarters designed to look like the Starship Enterprise from his beloved TV and movie series. The building is located in Fujian Province.
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Just dropped and it's fantastic. It's like new Murs stole old Murs style.
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Dat Strange Music, yo.  Tech knows how to find the good ones.
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Now this right here is some truth
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I thought you might be interested in this story: Man drives truck through his house on purpose, http://www.cbs46.com/story/29084151/frustrated-man-takes-anger-out-on-own-house

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A man said he was angry and fed up. So he started up his pickup truck in the backyard and drove to the front yard by way of the living room.
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I just tried a taste of this Four Roses single barrel while waiting on takeout at Jim N Nicks (best bbq in the South, btw). While I would certainly call it drinkable (having it neat) and even pretty nice, I cannot get my head around the descriptions below. Whiskey and Bourbon drinkers, is this right? Can you talk about this like wine? Should I be drinking it a different way?
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For bourbon, I usually pour a small amount of clean water to release the volatiles. No guarantee you'll pick up those flavors, but it might help.
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Texas blocks direct Tesla sales; Texas pol thinks company is run by ‘Mr. Tesla’
Despite Tesla's best efforts, the Texas legislature this week opted not to pass a bill which would have allowed the electric automaker to sell cars directly to consumers. Instead, if Tesla wants to...
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This hashtag actually is awesome - some of those #GIrlsWithToys  are really amazing pics!
NPR ran an interview with astronomer and Cal Tech professor Shrinivas Kulkarni yesterday, and overall it's relatively mild. But less than two minutes in, Kulkarni manages to say something dumb:...
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THE FLASH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!11111oneone

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The Flash Video: Watch The Flash trailer. Tuesdays this Fall.
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Had this thing for two weeks now and I am CONSTANTLY using it!  Laptop computing is FUN for me again!  This thing is faster and more responsive than any computer I have ever used.  You can mount Dropbox and Google Drive as live filesystems!  You can install linux in a freaking browser tab!  So much good!!!

For those who think, "why would I buy a premium laptop that's just a browser", I respond by telling you that you are:
1. Missing the point.  If you live in the Chrome ecosystem, then you deserve to have a top of the line system just like a Mac or Windows user.  Reviewers that call this the best laptop that your shouldn't buy, I am looking at you.
2. You haven't met the latest version of ChromeOS.  Put simply, it's amazing.  If you are judging ChromeOS by your second class experience on Chrome within Windows or Mac, YOU ARE MISSING OUT.  ChromeOS creates the polished and integrated experience that Google intended without carrying around the dead weight of the rest of those other operating systems. 
The new Chromebook Pixel. For what's next.
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I thought it was a awesome tool to use... I already use chrome on my phone, and laptop, why not 
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"The things you own end up owning you."  --Tyler Durden
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    Government & Psychology, 1991 - 1995
  • Brentwood School
    High School, 1987 - 1991
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I eat here whenever I get my car washed at the spot across the street. The food is usually good. Great ribs, solid wings, and decent sides. The problem is the service. I always sit at the bar, and there is typically no one servicing the bar. Someone usually comes over eventually, pours me a drink and takes my order. Eventually. Now mind you, this is not one of those BBQ joints where the bar is simply an afterthought area staged for to-go orders (Jim N Nick's). This is a FULL FLEDGED BAR that happens to be missing a bartender most of the time. I usually go during the day, so this is a forgivable sin in my book. But today I went at 6pm (considered the beginning of Happy Hour in most of the civilized world). NO BARTENDER. Granted, they were slammed with like 20 adolescent customers from who knows where, but seriously??? No bartender at 6pm??? I sat down and waited 10 minutes (I timed it) to at least get the "Hey sir, we are crazy busy right now, give me a few minutes, do you need a drink to get started" convo. But nothing. Either put up a sign saying the bar is CLOSED, or staff your bar with a bartender in the evening! Guy walks in and sits next to me, looking around for a bartender. I gave him a "good luck" look and got up to eat at the car wash. Yep, the Auto Spa Bistro has better service than Moe's bar. I had to sit through Southern contemporary drawl-laden hip-hop on volume 11 and an actively disengaged bartender, but at least I got a drink, right? Ugh.
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Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
Disclaimer: I only eat tacos, so I can't vouch for most other things on the menu. This is a little OTP hole in the wall in the suburb country ghetto of Marietta. Only reason I'm out here is cause my momma lives here. But let me tell you something about Mi Taco. These are the BEST tacos in Atlanta, just nudging past Acapulco. Yes these are what hipsters call "street tacos", but what I call tacos. Homemade corn tortillas, grilled meat, onions, cilantro, salsa. Options include chorizo, carnitas and even dare i say, chicharron. They serve beer, which ups their game past some taco places with no alcohol. Here's the best part. As good as these tacos are, it was the guacamole that literally made me tear up a little. Homemade PERFECTION! I am STILL a little emotional about it. Service is top notch. I can't say enough good things about this place!
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
One of the best local bars in Atlanta, hands down. Rooftop bar is phenomenal when its warm out. Bartenders are the best in the biz. Don't get me wrong, this is NOT a Buckhead or suburb experience. It's a strong neighborhood feel. You will love it.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Quite simply the best tacos and sopes in Atlanta. And yes I've been to the requisite places down Cheshire Bridge and Buford Hwy. Homemade corn tortillas and salsa, everything made right in front of your eyes, oh and its super cheap. Clearly there are other items on the menu that seem out of place. Chicken wings, various sandwiches and deep fried.... other stuff. I can't vouch for anything other than tacos and sopes. Bits of heaven tucked in a tortilla. All they need is tequila or at least beers.
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Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
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WILDLY good food and Amazing service!!! Got the jerk chicken with extra plantain. Came with steamed cabbage and rice & beans. Every single bite was pure deliciousness. Why o why do I need to come out to the burbs to get good Jamaican food??? In any case, it's worth the trip. Treat yourself!
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Great food. A bit confusing as you order at the counter and then have your food brought to you by their wait staff. But you figure it out. Great brunch spot; never super crowded.
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
Standard southern-American fare. I had grilled catfish, sweet potato fries and steamed broccoli. Meal was overall well seasoned although the fries were a little cold. Catfish was delicious, which was a surprise from a diner jammed into the back of Northlake Mall. The real surprise was the service. I was just grabbing lunch but I was treated like it was dinner at a four star restaurant! Little diners like this are an increasing rarity these days for a reason, but I would call this one a diamond in the rough. Definitely worth a stop for lunch if you are shopping here and don't want food court garbage.
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