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John Kennedy
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After owning the first Note and the Note 3, I am going to try something new. Just pre-ordered the s6 Edge. Hope I can adjust to the smaller screen. 
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I want that phone haha but like you said. It's hard to give up the screen real estate. Too much media for me to downsize I think 
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Microwaved my Galaxy Note 3. But it just stood up on edge rotating on the plate 360 degrees and the imaged of a bicep flexing came up on the screen. 
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One guy is wearing Gators gear. Go Gators!
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Can you figure out this analogy?
30 toes in tube socks
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For my late father-in-law. 
Earl Gilmore passed away early at 65 years of age. We will do our best to celebrate his life and legacy. Your contribution would be a blessing, but we are just as grateful simply for your condolences in this challenging time.
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We got a great deal for EnterTrainment Junction on Groupon. So, I wanted to pass it on. I will let you know how the kids like it with Pics.

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Wow! As an engineer at a MAJOR consumer products company, I can tell you I ran drop tests according to industry standards just like this. But this equipment that repeatedly drops the same stuff over and over after picking it up again is really cool! And using the high speed cameras to catch the exact positions on impact is a nice touch. Very good video. You wouldn't drop a glass cup, so don't drop your smartphone that costs 100x that!
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We couldn't end this week without showing you our latest 2015 Mustang design. Featuring products from +Velgen Wheels  and +Air Lift Performance+  we're pretty excited about this look on this white 2015 fastback. What do you think?

Check out all of CJ's 2015 Mustang parts, including the air ride kits from Air Lift Performance, which you will find FIRST at CJ's! 

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We live in a country that will put you in jail for breaking some rules, and you may be subject to being beaten and I mean by the guards, or to death for others. That is analogous to getting time out and physical punishment for some offenses on the one hand, but in no scenarios can a parent take the life of a child. So why can the state? We need to look at the Justice system in the US. And we also need to be asking ourselves "how do you prepare your children to truly understand the consequences of their actions?" My white mother, my friends mothers, "spanked" us. We all knew the consequences, and I remember making the choice with my friends though we all knew the potential consequences. We decided it was worth the risk. I remember getting the punishment. I learned to think critically about my actions personally understanding that the consequences were real. Now I am not advocating for one way or the other. But I ask a serious question: how do you teach a child to truly understand, appreciate, and respect the consequences of our justice system?
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  • University of Florida
    Mechanical Engineering, 2007 - 2010
  • Florida Community College at Jacksonville
    A.A., 2004 - 2007
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    Manager - MPD Packaging, 2010 - present
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Pleasantly delicious food; simple, clean, and efficient Japanese atmosphere; service so kind and caring that it was refreshing - you could tell they appreciate your business and take pride in their food and establishment. I got Hibachi Chicken and hot sake. The chicken had the best flavoring I have ever tasted hibachi style and cooked to perfection. I didn't even want to dip it in the white sauce because I was scared it would ruin it. I'm glad I did though. They have really perfected their craft. My salad was fresh and crispy. The Miso souo was hot but not scaulding. The sake was great. After reading the reviews, I was skeptical but took a chance. I'll be going back this week, bringing friends, and I'll be bringing my family here regularly when we relocate here in the summer. I travel in and out of Greensboro weekly. I have been many places, all of the favorites that locals will tell you to try. This one never made the list. After tonight, this is my favorite restaurant in Greensboro to date. If you are traveling in on business, this is a MUST try. I can't say enough good things.
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Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
So mad I spent +$40,000 on a car from this place that I want to crash through their showroom floor, leave it there, and walk home! My last car I bought new was a fully loaded 2011 Maxima SV Premium from Kings Nissan, and they were awesome - especially AFTER the sale! I had free oil changes and car washes, and they could always accommodate my schedule - whether drive in or appointment. I live right behind Falhaber, so I decided to support my local economy in Colerain and buy my 2014 Pathfinder Platinum there. Big mistake! I had to purchase a maintenance plan for the oil changes, and they said "we can give you car washes anytime you want. Just pull in. We have porters on duty all the time." What a damn lie! I have been there three times to have oil changes, and not once could they wash my car when it was there for service. I have never asked them to wash it any other time, but with an oil change. I called to schedule an oil change, and the guy is says "just come on in anytime, we have drive up service." Today I leave work, and I get there at 12 pm and they tell me everyone is at lunch and they open back up at 1 pm. I go back at 1:05, and they say there are three people in front of me and it will be at least 1.5-2 hours. Well, I have a dentist appointment downtown at 3, so that is not going to happen. This is why it makes so much more damn sense to let people make appointments. Who can leave work, especially professionals who have to move meetings around for errands like this, and waste time because you can't provide the service needed done. How many of my six figure colleagues do you think I will recommend do business here in the future? NONE! And my next car, which is very likely to be a Nissan GTR will not be from here!
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Walmarts suck up north. I go home or to other southern places and the aisles are wider, there are plenty of self checkouts for brief trips, and the stores are clean. Up north, it just outright sucks. I have lived less than a mile from this store for 3 years. There are never enough cashiers. It takes me 15 minutes to get through the express checkout. The store is not dirty, but it is not clean. If a cashier needs a manager, just leave because the managers are terrible. They never come. Be prepared to stand there while the cashiers just apologize. This is just the worst store for customer service. Don't expect help in paint, or camping and outdoors departments. I remember when Walmart was hungary and provided good service and low prices. Now it just sucks.
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Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
I'm visiting from Ohio. This place was great. Neat and clean and great service. Greek gyro, a beer, and some football.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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I had a great experience when they first opened. My son and I went to the bar because there was a long wait for a table, but I had a pot pie and a caesar salad and my son had chicken fingers with fries. The food was really great and good service. Then I took my whole family there the other week. The service was poor and the food was really bad for me. My country fried steak came without gravy and they had to bring it on the side separately. It also was just not good. Avoid this on the menu. My mashed potatoes were half warm and half cold like it came out of a refrigerator and was warmed up [insufficuently] in a microwave. It's too bad. I still left a 20% tip but won't go back probably. I didn't even eat half of my food and definitely did not bother packing it up to take with me.
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Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
Great food and Fantastic Service! I had the soup of the day, Chicken and Mushroom, and the classic Doner (gyro). It was all very tasty. I give it four stars because of the price. I feel I should be able to get away with a lunch like that for about $8-$9 (with tip). The soup and sandwich and a $2 tip came almost to $14.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
The Good: I got a great Deal! Once shipped, it arrived the same day in the condition described. The tire was installed that next day and performs perfectly. The Bad: The seller did not respond to my inquiry about the status and took a full 5 days to create a shipping label and schedule the item for pick-up from the shipper. Read the Full review. I bought a sportbike tire (Pirelli Supercorsa SP 190/55/zr17) from them on eBay for $190. The tire normally retails for $250 or more and list price is somewhere around $319. This was a great deal. I was very concerned when 4 days passed and I had no word of the item being shipped and no communication from the seller. I had decided at that point to read the negative feedback they had received (12 that month), and what I read really alarmed me. Some people reported never receiving their items or refunds. Some reported buying something and then being informed that the original item was not available but would they be interested in a different item. The auction shipping terms said that normal handling is 3 days, but it could take as much as 5 days. I placed my order on a Sunday. By Friday morning, I still had no word. I even sent them a message on Wednesday asking for the status, but received no response. I thought I was screwed. Just after 4pm on Friday, the item was marked shipped on eBay. Within an hour, tracking information was available. Fortunately they use Fedex, and Fedex can deliver from Michigan to Ohio in as little as 1 day. Lo and behold, the tire arrived Saturday afternoon, exactly as described. They met the shipping terms with only 1 hour to spare, but I got a great deal and it only took a week. Had they shipped it within 3 days, I would have rated them excellent, and I never would have even tried to contact them for status.
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Public - a year ago
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