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About says I have 1.2.2.0 installed, but I'm fairly certain I installed that before joining the BETA community.  Is there a separate BETA version?

I see a few Change Log comments about Google Now Reminders implementation being fixed followed by members comments that it isn't working, and I don't see any replies from the developer showing this is fixed.

My Google Now Reminders are not Auto Saving to Life Reminders, and I do have Auto save Google Now checked.

Has this really been fixed?
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Bummer.  Still liking the app, though. Would love to see that fixed! :-)
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Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom is back! Check out the new webisode tonight Sunday, November 3rd, at 6 p.m. Central Time
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Brookside St. Patrick's Day Parade with the family.
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Some really good tips here.
 
Not exactly cause for celebration, but Tax Season officially starts today.  These tips could save you time and money. http://ow.ly/hgniv
IRS Offers Top 10 Tax-Time Tips. IRS TAX TIP 2012-01, January 03, 2012. The income tax filing season has begun and important tax documents should be arriving in your mailbox. Even though your return i...
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Al Gorezeera... Now that's funny
As Oscar Wilde said, “The only way to get rid of temptation is to yield to it.” In that spirit, I give up resisting the urge to shout “HYPOCRITE.”Not once, but a thousand...
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Need a little help complimenting your spouse? Here are some good starter ideas, but remember, make them your own!
For Him. 1. Compliment his attractiveness. Men tell us all the time that the sexual chemistry with their wives is very important. Let him know that he's still wanted by letting him know when he looks ...
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February is the Month of Love. So there’s no better time to start thinking about the connection between love and … life insurance. Yes, life insurance! It ensures that if something happens to you, your loved ones would be taken care of financially. Find out more at www.lifehappens.org.
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His love never fails, so go bold today!
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One of my co-workers needs to work on their spelling.

I couldn't pass up the opportunity to have a little fun with it!
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Now we've determined both signs were put up by the cleaning crew. Not as funny now... don't know those people.
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Every part of the country has something they're proud of or known for. Kansas City is definitely known for it's BBQ, so I'm always skeptical in other parts of the country, especially Florida! The food? NAILED IT!!! We had pulled pork sandwiches, ribs, the beans, cole slaw, tried their multiple BBQ sauces, and BREAD PUDDING!!! All of it was amazing. The owner, Craig, seemed to know just about everyone that came in, and after talking with him you'll learn most of the staff has been with him for quite a while. The restaurant is a tribute to his son, Frank "Frankie" Gross, who was killed in Afghanistan while serving with the United States Army. It's decorated with all sorts of military items, the overwhelming majority donated, as well as dollar bills signed by Veterans who've patronized the restaurant. Take the time to walk around and look at the memorabilia. It is a very touching tribute. And the BBQ is AWESOME!!!
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The snorkeling gear was top notch and clean. The boats in great order, and our guide was great. Once we got to the dive site you could clearly see this outfitter was much better than the other in the water that day. The trip was a gift as a Groupon certificate. The certificate does NOT have the same fine print as the website, and a huge disagreement came about. Unfortunately, after they gave me their final answer I had to storm out and make a big, ugly scene. Looking back I was over the top, and I wish I could apologize to the families there. As far as the manager, he was VERY condescending to me, and it was only because I wanted my kids to go on the tour, and I didn't want to face the prospect of telling my father we couldn't go on the tour did I bite my tongue. It was a horrible customer service experience. While on the phone with Groupon the manager offered to credit the groupons to a higher dollar trip. I shut my mouth, swallowed my pride and my sense of how unfair this was and forked over more money. It's unbelievable how a great outfitter can be ruined by such horrible customer service. If you just call and make reservations without using a coupon or Groupon I think you'll have a great experience. Otherwise...
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The place was clean, lively and had a great atmosphere. Our waiter (Robert, I believe) took the time to ask if it was our first time, and he gave us a great rundown of the history, menu and specials when we told him it was. The food was plentiful, fresh, hot and delicious. I'd recommend the crab-stuffed avocado when it's in season. The seafood combo was heavy on the fish... could've used more shrimp and scallops, but the fish was delicious! I'd go again for sure.
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reviewed a month ago
This is a great place to tour on a hot afternoon. Take advantage of the nice air conditioning while perusing the historic military photos, uniforms and equipment; most of which was donated by veterans and/or their families. Top notch recreation facility that doubles as a mini museum tribute to our military veterans.
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Never got a chance to eat. We had a group of 10, and they said they could handle us, but they'd have to split us up into two tables. Foolishly we thought they meant two table close together, but they were instead not even close enough to holler at each other. They wouldn't allow us to move tables together on the OUTDOOR patio because of fire codes? Later, when we finished eating next door we walked by and saw people sitting outside with the tables together just like we requested. The attitude was HEAVY.
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The waitress brought all five of our waters to the table stacked, impressively, one on top of the other. Strangely, they were in McDonald's type glasses with lids, not regular restaurant glasses. Unfortunately the lid came off of one (which she blamed on someone else) as she took it off the stack and spilled onto my legs, the table and backpack seated next to me. She apologized and provided me with plentiful napkins to clean it up. It was just water, so no big deal. Our order came out pretty quickly, but two of the burgers were made incorrectly and the presentation of my wife's salad was pretty bad with dressing splashed all of the plate instead of in the "on the side" container the menu advertised. She came back out and told us the burgers were wrong because they ran out of grilled, balsamic onions. She blamed the kitchen for not telling her. Mind you, the burgers had fresh onions on them. I'm not sure why the cooks couldn't grill some onions in balsamic vinegar other than it sounds like this is usually a pre-packaged ingredient. I'm getting annoyed by the fact she hasn't taken responsibility for anything, but keeps blaming others. We don't see her again, and she never came by to ask if everything was OK... the initial issues were brought up when the food was delivered. Se we ended up eating the burgers that were clearly cooked medium rare, not medium well. I overheard the next table having a similar, bad experience with her. When the bill was brought out, not only did she not apologize for the spilled water, incorrectly made burgers, sloppily presented salad... we never even got to address the undercooked burgers. She didn't adjust the bill one bit, either. After I complained she did provide a generous discount (making the airport pricing more like the regular restaurant would've charged, but she was very surly about it even slapping the receipt and pen down. Last straw was muttering how it wasn't her fault but the kitchen, whoever made the drinks, etc. After a nine day vacation which included eating out numerous times we finally had a bad experience on our last meal on the way home. Oh well.
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Good selection even late in the morning. Gourmet donuts at smart, not stupid money, prices. Local art for sale inside, but otherwise VERY basic decor. Staff was very friendly.
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