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Justin Siefert
Works at Logility, Inc.
Attended University of Dayton
Lives in Atlanta, GA
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And the mullet says...."the babes are back!"
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This is very funny! Thanks for sharing this 90s infomercial. We wrote about hair loss concealers in one of our posts- http://www.dermhairclinic.com/toppik-and-other-hair-loss-concealers/. Many men are still interested in using this type of product to disguise their hair loss. It's may be more useful for camera appearances. But nowadays, using scalp micropigmentation techniques is gaining more popularity, which can be used alone or in conjunction with hair transplant procedures. 
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Ignorance Must Be Really Bliss

I don't know why but articles like this, which are all over social networks, piss me off. Why should I get so worked up? 

I'll tell you why: because ignorance and laziness don't make a good article . The fact that any dipshit can post news that is treated as fact just upsets me. 

By the same logic everyone uses to say Google+ is dead I can say Facebook is dead. When I go to Facebook I see updates from only a few people peppered by a whole bunch of ads. The activity is very low. 

Why? Simply because I have not put in the time to make the social network as vibrant as it could be. For Google+ I put in that time and effort and while I may not use it as much as before, I still reap the benefits of my effort by finding a news stream packed with diverse updates, posts, shares, etc. 

Instead of shouting the demise of Google+ from every rooftop, these social media experts should just admit they have not put in the effort they have for their other (preferred) social networks and leave us alone. 

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Atlanta Toys for Tots warehouse is barren. Donations needed. Please share and spread the word.

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Thanks as always for doing what you do. Been watching since Borderlands 2. PS4 if you please!
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Filming of Ant-Man in our parking lot. Fake police cars are in force.
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So tempting...so tempting. I haven't had a Samsung device is quite a while but this is very intriguing. . . 
Orders for Samsung's Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge begin March 27, and here is where you can get them. Samsung's newest flagship devices, the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge, pre-orders are beginning in the US on March 27. Following Samsung's announcement of availability, which starts in stores on April 10, carriers have begun releasing pricing details. If you are looking to get your...
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Droid is only for Motorola devices on Verizon. Sorry you had such a bad experience ... For me just the opposite. Though I've never owned a Droid, just Nexus and HTC. 
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Win a Galaxy S6... sure!
I just pre-registered at T-Mobile for the #SixAppealSweeps for a chance to win sweet @Samsung prizes. http://t-mo.co/1GjYuff
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20 minutes. Anything less and you don't have enough time to get across your day's project without sounding too rushed.
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+Justin Siefert that is a good point. I'll stick to 15-20 for this project I think and try the 5 min ones for another smaller build.
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How is this possible? The battery increases for a short period when though it was never on a charger...

5.0 has truly screed my battery performance. This is from the official OTA.
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+Justin Siefert it looks like it monitors the battery use based on usage of the phone mine goes up and down . when I'm on it the battery stat changes base on me observing it past day or two 
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  • University of Dayton
    Public Relations, 1995 - 1999
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An enthusiast of technology, marketing, aviation, and my family. I like to speak my mind whenever possible.
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Marketing / Public Relations
Employment
  • Logility, Inc.
    Public Relations, 2010 - present
  • Work in supply chain software. Avid enthusiast of my family, technology and aviation. Always seeking new and innovative approaches to marketing, media relations and social media.
    Public Relations, 2010 - present
  • Wunderkind Public Relations
    Account Director, 2006 - 2010
  • Calysto Communications
    Senior Account Supervisor, 2000 - 2006
  • Cheryl Andrews Marketing
    Jr. Account Executive, 1999 - 2000
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Atlanta, GA
Previously
St. Thomas, Virgin Islands - Miami, FL - Dayton, OH - Port Chester, NY - Tampa, FL
I wasn't expecting too much but I was incredibly impressed by the Brevard Zoo. First, this is the least expensive zoo I can remember. One might think this means the quality will be lower. Quite the opposite. The range of animals is impressive but the best part of the entire zoo - you are so close to the animals. From feeding the giraffes to birds landing on you to getting wet from the beavers flopping around - you are in the action. You can tour the whole zoo portion in half a day easily and if you have small children there is a water area (part of the zoo) where they can cool off. Just make sure to bring their bathing suits!
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Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
Talk about a beer selection - you've hit the jackpot here if you are in Melbourne. Just a great list of draught beers to select from. We didn't go here for the beer, that was just icing on the cake. You may expect typical bar food when you walk in but this place seems to be more of a gastropub which a menu for everyone. Had the Beef on Weck which was great and would highly recommend it. There were so many items on the menu I wanted to try but that will have to wait for the next visit. Staff was friendly. It got really busy while we were there and it seemed they were stretched a bit thin but nothing too bad. Definitely worth going back.
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Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
We've been going here for a while, the menu hasn't changed and the staff is the same. These are good things! Staff is super friendly and the food is good. This is a perfect place is you're in the mood for some no fuss, tasty bar food. I'm particular to the Italian Beef sandwich. The dressing they give for the waffle fries is great too. Good place to grab a few beers with friends or lunch/dinner with the family.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
We go here every year we visit...not for the food but the atmosphere. The food is only so so. Fish is usually overcooked or mushy and the sauces are bland. I have tried the fish platter (it was fried so not bad but still rather bland), Mahi Mahi was overcooked, calamari was very good, fish and chips were good, and the beer is good. We will still go again but not for the food; the atmosphere is what we like.
Food: GoodDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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When you enter Meg O'Malley's you start to get the sense of being in an Irish pub. Dark wood and lots of ale paraphernalia. The hostess seemed a bit overwhelmed when she sat us, she might have been new. I couldn't decide what I wanted to eat - the menu is impressive with all the Irish staples. I decided on the Kilkenney, probably one of the best sandwiches I have had in a long, long time. I added a side of Tater Tots which were perfect. From the salads to the kids meals, everyone left the restaurant full and happy. One complaint - the booth they sat us at had a 2 top right next to it where one person at the 2 top would have their back right next to your side. It was weird. Definitely will go back again and again.
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Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
Not worth my money. Sushi was bland, hibachi was bland, service was OK at least. The tempura vegetable was really good.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
When I think of Pho or a vermicelli dish I usually go to Lee's Bakery so I can also get a pork sandwich for later. This time a co-worker suggested we go here. Very open layout, bright and clean. Service was quick and friendly. My friend had a large Pho and said it was really good. I had the vermicelli with pork, shrimp and egg roll and it was very good. I will definitely go back.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago