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Another reason to dislike FB... greetings to my conservative and liberal friends, religious and non.  
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I have a job opening for a Surveyor with experience with the Carlson Software.  Know anyone?
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One person I knew who might be able to help is now in MT. 
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As much as I want to hate on her for the crap she pulled lately...this is good stuff!
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Nice review.  What size is the jacket? What are your measurements?  Any idea how the length compares to the Theta?
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25 Day Song Dare

Day 4
Song that makes you feel calm.

I have a few that make me feel calm, but the one I'm going to put up here today is one of my all-time favorites.

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Here is a video walk-thru!  Check it out!
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Please go check out my business page.  We match people and companies up in the construction trades.
In Western New York, since 1998 SquareFoot Tradesmen has made more than 4,500 full-time, successful placements and introduced roughly 700 temporary labor positions in the construction trades. In
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This guy has read my mind, condensed my thoughts, and expressed them in a way that I still have trouble verbalizing.

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This is my go to place for lunch. It's got just the right atmosphere for business or personal. The food is really good and priced nicely. (For those who care, they do not use soy lecithin as a filler in their food)
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
They could care less about the locals. I bought season (weekend) passes for my family ,AND I gladly spent double so that we could get on the hill early instead of waiting until the 2:30pm mobs hit the hill. What I didn't do is study the fine print. The fine print says that on three out of our eight weekends, we actually cannot do day skiing. We STILL have to do the late shift. AND because we don't all have lessons, the passes don't start at the same times. This is our fourth year trying to ski as a family. We have begged for help. Their customer service staff is very friendly but knows nothing. BUYER BEWARE. Unless you actually build a flow chart, you won't know the way things actually work until you are in line up (and even then the rules change). If you're an out of towner paying full price for a lift ticket, then you're gold. Everybody else is disposable. ..... And as long as I'm bitching...What's with the deliverance-looking guy at the entrance to the drop-off that snarls at every car that comes in that they only get 5 minutes? I hate that guy :)
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Over the years I've worked with each of the shops in Ellicottville. In the end I always find the most satisfaction with Dekdebruns. It does help to have the right expectations. I will never buy boots anywhere else. The boot prices are competitive, they'll give you a reasonable trade in on good equipment, but most importantly their boot fitters will absolutely not quit until they get your feet perfect. Their clothing is all high end stuff that you won't find anywhere else. Nothing is their store is sub-standard. So if you can find something on sale or closeout, you cannot go wrong. You are almost always guaranteed to love the quality. It stings me to spend that much, but we absolutely love everything we've bought there. We do the rental program with our kids ski gear. On this their prices are totally reasonable and our kids are styling. At other stores you might pay less money but you never truly know if you're buying crap. Dekdebruns is family owned and operated and what I appreciate most is that I feel like I can absolutely trust them to do the right thing by me and my family.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
We were there last on a Tuesday evening. Of course the patio is a great location to be. It was not overly crowded. We waited over an hour for our food. To get a drink we practically had to stand up and jump in front of our server to get her attention. The martini's are good, but the pour was only 3/4 of a glass. I seem to recall that the last couple times we were somewhat disappointed. Apparently it was not a fluke.
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I was pleasantly surprised to find that their food contains only high quality, home made ingredients. Many restaurants (even some very pricey ones) use a whole host of cheap fillers in their food. The chief offending ingredient is soy lecithin. Soy lecithin is an emulsifier found in Mayonnaise, salad dressings, and most white sauces. The only worse ingredient in junk food is corn syrup. Sorry for the long explanation, but the point is... they don't use it. Their food is all very high quality ingredients. We stop in on occasion for a cocktail and really like that they turn the riff-raff away at the door. Recently we were there for a birthday party (in the private room upstairs) and had a great time. I recommend it.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
There are basically only three places to hear live music in Ellicottville and this is one of them. I've been eating, drinking, and dancing here for 25 years. My 7 and 10 year old daughters have been eating dinner and dancing to live music since they were old enough to walk. So that is the lens through which I now view Balloons. The last few years have brought some changes. Some good and some not so good. My review is precipitated on my evening out at Balloons during the weekend of the Ellicottville Jazz Festival. They've rearranged the bar layout to make it more band friendly and that's a good thing. The tables around the bar are elevated so that even on the other side of the room you have good views of the band (even with a full house). They put an addition on the back for dining away from the bar and it is really nice. It's a great layout with a really comfortable feel. On most weekends, if you want to dance to top 40, this is the place to go after 9pm. Before 9 on a typical Saturday night, you'll get a classic rock cover band. Occasionally a decent blues band. This being Jazz & Blues weekend, we were here for the music ....and dinner. It was suggested by the waitress that we might be more comfortable in the back on the patio "with the kids and all". We took the hint. Partially because we kind of wanted to check out the new space anyways and figured we could come hang out with music afterwards. Our waitress was busting her butt, but there were only two of them and the place was basically at 100% full. No bus staff. We ordered drinks. The first three beers we asked for were out. ...seriously. Phin and Matts, Sam Adams, and something else that I can't remember right now. All out. Before the new ownership took over a few years ago, Balloons was known for their gumbo. Today I would definitely not recommend it. It is not made with the care that gumbo requires. They no longer serve it with corn bread and the sweet potato fries are offered with catsup instead of the honey and butter concoction they use to serve (although you can get plain honey if you ask for it). I ordered the Angus Burger which I swear was kind of like eating a hockey puck. My daughters grilled cheese was not even browned and the cheese was not melted. The fries were tough and dense (almost like they'd been microwaved). If you want honey on your sweet potato fries, you have to ask. In the last two years it has never been offered. What else would you put on sweet potato fries? My other daughter had no complaints about her ruben. And my wife's salad apparently was acceptable. There was a silver haired group of folks sitting near us around the fire pit. They had asked for service and were told that it would be a minute. They asked a second time, and then easily more than an hour later a third time. This time the manager (openly muttering under his breath as he walked past our table) told them that there was no service at the fire pit! The waitress asked how everything was. I told her (with my honest to God best smile face) that she was wonderful but the food left something to be desired. She looked at my mostly empty plate and said, "well it looks like it must have been terrible". I told her that I wasn't worried about my because I was starving, but my daughter wouldn't eat her meal. Anyhow she credited me for the sandwich, we paid and went out front to watch the music. We lucked out by finding a comfortable spot right up in front. The gentlemen next to me at the bar, gave my daughter his seat. My wife and daughters immediately took to the open dance floor. We were just into the third song when that short miserable manager (who might be the owner) approached my wife to tell her that they really don't allow kids in the bar after 9pm. Up until then it had not occurred to me that we just spent 2 1/2 hours to get our dinner. But that was it. He had just told us that after all these years, we were not welcome in his establishment. So we left.
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
I have a very fancy shmancy hot water tank that quit working. I was told that I needed a certain part and if anyone would have it or at least know where to find it, it would be County Supply. In fact they didn't have it but were extremely helpful on the phone helping me diagnose what I needed and then pointing me in a good direction.
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