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This is why I'm proud to be a Seminole Dad. 
A photo of Florida sixth-grader Bo Paske having lunch with Florida State University football player Travis Rudolph is touching many hearts after Rudolph found the boy sitting alone at a table in the cafeteria.
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Absolutely awesome!
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Gene Wilder has died, of Alzheimer's Disease, at age 83. This is one of his great scenes in the funniest movie ever, Blazing Saddles.

And how about a nice round of applause for the Waco Kid?

Rest in peace, Gene.
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Gene Wilder dies at 83. George Soros lives and thrives at 83. I think people really can sell their souls to the devil.
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And now, we welcome you to tonight's episode of What Were You Thinking?...
Pixee Fox, 26, from Stockholm, and Justin Jedlica, 35, from Los Angeles, have spent hundreds of thousands of pounds on surgery and bonded over their love of it.
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In the old days, these people would have been sideshow freaks at the local traveling carnival.
Now we have the Internet. Biggest carnival ever.
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Gee, I wonder if this has even a little to do with Target's new "we-don't-care-which-bathroom-you-use" policy?
Target cut its fiscal-year profit outlook on Wednesday after quarterly sales fell more than expected due to lower demand for electronics and disappointing results in its grocery business. Shares of…
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FYI, Walmart has an AMAZING app that lets you choose all the groceries you need (My wife just adds things to her app throughout the week as she thinks of it) then, pay for your groceries via the app, then drive to Walmart and someone BRINGS the stuff to your car! Our walmart even brings candy for our kids and are super nice! You NEVER have to get out of your car, or wait in line! Make switching from Target to Walmart VERY attractive.
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I know it’s a heinous crime, but it was not my normal demeanor...

Right. Normally, you're just getting your entire freaking face tattooed.

Let this be a warning, ladies. Reject marriage proposals from full-face tattooed men. That's just a bad sign, OK?
Shalin Ren Payne, 30, of Georgia, was handed a life sentence after pleading guilty to a slew of charges, including aggravated sexual battery and child molestation.
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Protip: Marry the woman first, THEN get the full face tattoo.
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I don't know about everyone else in here, but one of my beer rules has always been don't fruit the beer (thank you, Triple H). I don't want the taste of pineapple or blueberry getting in the way of my barley or hops.

Fruit's for snacking. Beer's for drinking.
Brew Crew's list of summer craft beer full of fruit flavors!
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I believe there has to be balance. Sometimes I prefer the purity standard in beer. Other times I like a refreshing ale . And on occasion other variance of ingredients.
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He knows there is no food in Venezuela, right? Because I'd hate for him to go down there and not be able to eat.
Tim Tebow will work out for scouts from perhaps two dozen major-league teams today, but he already has a contract offer from team in the Venezuela winter league, according to Yahoo Sports.
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Yeah. Sure. Better tell SiriusXM, because they're restarting a channel dedicated to your music next week, Let them know you might be out of the country for a while, huh?
Acclaimed singer Barbra Streisand is joining the list of disgruntled celebrities threatening to leave America if Donald Trump is elected president. She made the comments during an interview with Sydney-based journalist Michael Usher during an Australian news program broadcast on Sunday.
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Barbra who?
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Wow. This is almost too good to be true. Glad to know in a city with it's own share of problems, there's an oasis of common sense. Bravo. Maybe this will start a trend nationwide.
The University of Chicago, one of America’s most prestigious and selective universities, is warning incoming students starting this fall not to expect safe spaces and a trigger-free existence during their four-year journey through academia.
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+Joe Dougherty think it's still linked. The story has been getting a lot of buzz on social media. Bloomberg adds a nice extra. He's a good man. 
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Well, at least sonny didn't stab anyone. With a knife, anyway.
Ray Anthony Lewis III, 21, a football player for Coastal Carolina University, was indicted by a grand jury in Horry County, charging him with third-degree sexual conduct.
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The apple doesn't fall far from the tree, does it?
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This is Comedy Central's president's comment on why this show was canceled:

"Unfortunately, it hasn't connected with our audience in ways that we need it to," Alterman tells The Hollywood Reporter, "both in the linear channel and in terms of multi-platform outlets and with shareable content and on social platforms as well."

Translation: The ratings sucked. They just sucked.
The late-night talk show will end its run Thursday, with Chris Hardwick's '@Midnight' serving as its temporary replacement.
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Are the Olympics over yet? No?

Well, did anything collapse?
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Systems engineer.
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You know, like nunchuk skills, bow hunting skills, computer hacking skills...
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Joe. Joseph. Joey. The Royal Potentate of Love.
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"That's right, The Mascara Snake, fast and bulbous."
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Your circles and my circles: If you circle me, I may circle you back. Or not. I choose my associates here with care. If you are a "real life" friend or family member, you're in (well, in most cases). But if I don't add you back (at least not immediately...I do have a life), don't be insulted. To quote Costanza, it's not you. It's me.

However...if you circle me, and I don't know you, and you allow me to see nothing in your profile, or if your stream is not in English, is an endless collection of stock travel photos, ads for your "business" or advice on physical fitness, SEO, sexual proclivities or cute photos/quotes/sayings/videos lifted from that other popular social site, please don't waste my time and yours.

Me: Professional geek. Married to the greatest woman in the world. Father to one great daughter. Grandfather to the beautiful Amelia. I love the Jaguars, the Yankees, cigars, craft beer, great food and family (not in that order!). Conservative/libertarian, politically incorrect, pro-life, pro-Constitution, pro-gun, somewhat reluctant Catholic. #DTWD

My philosophical foundation (with thanks to P.J. O'Rourke):

1. Mind your own business.
2. Keep your hands to yourself.
Bragging rights
I took a photo of my wife kissing the Blarney Stone. From the ground. For this, our granddaughter was born on St. Patrick's Day.
Education
  • University of North Florida
    Information Science, 1992 - 1998
  • University of North Florida
    Education (Secondary English, 1988 - 1990
I made an appointment for a Sunday morning with Mike. I wanted four Firestone Destination LE tires installed on my 2013 F-150. I had this tire on a previous vehicle and loved them. When I called on Friday, Mike said they would order the tires for Sunday. He also quoted me a price on an oil change (the truck takes 8 quarts and I use full synthetic oil), cheaper than paying for doing it myself and lower than all the oil change places. After the work, I also discovered that I got the tires for $9 cheaper EACH than the quoted price. How often does that ever happen? After the installation, I drove for a couple of days and noticed a little vibrating or bounce at highway speeds, most likely one of the new tires out of balance. I drove over on Friday morning just as they were opening and Scott got me in quickly with no appointment. Sure enough, the driver's front was a little off. The ride to work that day was nearly perfect, all the vibration gone. This is a busy place and making an appointment is strongly recommended. But once you get in, they give you great service. The prices are competitive with the local competition and they don't push to sell you anything you don't want. Highly recommended.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Called them this morning due to a leaking water heater. They had done a smaller job for us in March and did great work. I bought the heater at a local Lowe's, which wanted over $500 for a same-day install. Bryan from Herzer's arrived this afternoon and got the job done in under two hours for $240, including carting the old heater away. Great job, fast, high quality work. Melanie in their office is also great, very responsive with a quote and an estimate of the time for the work. I highly recommend Herzer's and would call them again for any plumbing work.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
I contacted Duval Ford to inquire about a 2013 F-150 included in their on-line inventory listings. I arranged to visit the dealer last Friday evening for a test drive and met Malcolm Daigle. Turns out the fleet sales department had sold that specific truck earlier in the day. He offered to find one just like it at another dealer and have it delivered. But also showed me the identical vehicle with a V8 engine (vice the V6 I had originally budgeted for). I took it for a test drive. The mileage ratings were just a little less then the V6, and the truck was otherwise equipped exactly as I wanted, including the color. He worked out a price and it was incredible. I drove it home that night having spend $4000 less than I budgeted. They offered me financing, but never pressured me when I told them I had pre-arranged it. He also didn't "bait-and-switch" me with the bigger engine...Malcolm repeatedly insisted he could get precisely what I wanted. But the price was great, so this was a no-brainer. Malcolm prepared all the paperwork, had the truck detailed and even swapped my tag from my trade-in vehicle. Before I left, he sat in the truck with me and detailed all the features, even helping me get my smartphone connected to the Sync system for hands-free calls. The next day, he called me to make sure everything was good. The process was painless: no haggling, no pressure, a great offer, excellent personal service and a considerate follow-up. You can shop there without worry, and I urge you to work with Malcolm.
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I visited Basics today, and it was my first outing to a range in many, many years. I was going to be shooting my Ruger GP-100 .357 Mag revolver for the first time since my wife's father gave it to me. After a brief check-in procedure and obtaining some targets, I went into the range area to get started. The place was very quiet for a late Saturday morning, so I practically had the range to myself. I met Norm, one of Basic's instructors, and we chatted as I prepped to begin my session. Norm was very helpful, and offered any advice if I needed it. I stayed just about an hour, going through about 70 rounds with the Ruger. Norm looked at my first two targets and critiqued my shooting, informing me that I was doing very well (which was a big relief for me). At one point, he came into the range area and invited me to try a Ruger SP-101 (a smaller, lighter revolver in the same caliber as my GP-100). The SP-101 had a laser sight, which made it fun to shoot. In addition to the great staff, Basics has a nice selection of guns, ammo and accessories. The range is well air conditioned (they do a great job of pulling smoke from the air as you shoot), extremely well lit and very clean. There's plenty of parking, too. In all, they made me feel welcome and comfortable, and that made for a great experience. Highly recommended.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Can't rate the place because it's closed. The site is right next to the build where my office is located. Just want to prevent people from actually coming here to eat.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago