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Ken Holman
Attended State University of New York at New Paltz
Lives in Clifton Park, NY
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Solution for the dog owner;
Leave dog at home. They'll be fine.
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I hate NYS.  I have to get out of here. 
Tax Day's already come and gone, but for many Americans, April 21 marks a lesser-known — and likely more appreciated — "Tax Freedom Day." According to calculations from the D.C.-based Tax Foundation, April 21 is the day on the calendar when a typical worker will have earned enough to...
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That's why I left NJ.
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Dubi giving it to Crosby. 
Dubi vs Crosby last night. 
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Cindy cried to anybody who would listen to him after the game...proud of Dubi
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Article makes good points but at the end it makes its recommendation apps to replace facebook and all I kept thinking is "or google plus"
Most of us have had Facebook accounts for the past few years, if not a decade. But time and bloat have turned once-beloved font of nostalgia into an onslaught of faux-sentimental sludge from strangers. So as Facebook stands poised to break itself into a bunch of different apps, we say to you: Screw it. It's time to start fresh.
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I wish Path had a desktop version. That is essential to getting everyone on board. Don't be surprised, but not everyone in my family uses a smartphone. ​
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49 but I should get a bonus point for looking at all 300 of those questions.
I got 4 out of 300.

If I hadn't been forced to play Magic the Gathering and Settlers of Catan (once, each, years ago) I may not be geeky at all!

#geekhumor   #geekstuff  
Up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, B, A.
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I got 68 out of 300.

"Sounds like you’re a little geeky, but maybe got out of the game for a while. Time to catch up to the rest of us nerds. Maybe invite some friends over for some tabletop gaming?"

If they'd thrown in some MechWarrior questions I probably could have pushed that to the 70s. :)
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North Korea; the undisputed earth day champion since 1945! Congratulations! 
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Communism, showing us how to live at one with the Earth since the beginning of time. ( #TowerOfBabel   #DanielLapin  )
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Posted this last year for Easter and I still love it a year later. Happy Easter everyone and God bless ya all. :) 
Easter Island via All Joking aside, I hope everyone had a wonderful Easter and Passover.
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Good article. Our son at 19 months asks please when he asks for something (sometimes with a little encouragement) and nothing is sweeter than seeing him start prayer by reach out for his mother's and my hands on his own when all three of us are at the dinner table. The thing that really shows to me this article is on point is just yesterday my son asked for me to do something for him, I forget what, it might have been to get one of his stuffies or something small and minor that I did without a seconds worth of thought but after I did it he was hopping around the room and chanting something. My wife and I realized at the same time he was dancing around and saying "THANK YOU!" in gratitude. He did this 100 percent unsolicited.  So I believe if my son can learn to start the dinner prayer and how to show gratitude on his own then yes, saying sorry even when he might not really mean it will pay off in the long run.

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We train them in the language of courtesy before they desire to be courteous (please/excuse me).
We train them in the language of gratitude before they desire to be grateful (thank you).
We train them in the language of respect before they desire to be respectful (ma'am, sir, Mrs., Mr.).
We train them in the language of prayer before they desire to pray ("God is great, God is good," the Lord's Prayer).
Don't let the fear of raising a liar keep you from training your children in the liturgy of repentance.
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Excellent. I wish the icon was bigger and more annoying. 
Google's new standalone Camera app is a sleek and powerful alternative to the stock Android camera. Turns out, it's also a soldier in the war against vertical videos. Try to shoot a portrait-framed vid, and you'll stare down the cold judgment of an icon telling you you're doing it wrong. You've been warned.
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This app is incompatible with all of your devices. - Motherfuck!
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The accident it causes might be even louder. There is no way this could possibly go wrong. 

As +Blind Side notes - LRAD was designed to literally disorient combatants so they submit. It puts out 153db of sound concentrated on one thing. For reference, a Boing 747 engine chimes in at 140db and permanent hearing loss starts at around 130db So A: they're trying to disorient civilians while behind the wheel of speeding multi-ton death machines, and B: they're treating civilians as combatants, skipping over our normal traffic violation process and going right to physical assault. If this is real, its wildly irresponsible and amazingly dangerous.

Someone else asked What could his do to a baby's ears. 

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I was born in Pennsylvania, grew up in Brooklyn and was transplanted to Saratoga County, NY over a decade ago. I'm proud of my Pennsylvanian roots. Childhood in Brooklyn made me tough and NYC made me a well rounded person. Life in Saratoga is wonderful.

The basic passions: My Son. My family. Politics and societal issues. I am a Christian. 

  • My dogs
  • Hockey; Major, Minor and College
  • NCAA Wrestling , amateur freestyle and Greco-Roman Wrestling from time to time.
  • I'm a news junkie and follow politics rabidly.
  • Any new web tech toy that comes along.
  • +Android and +Google
  • Drupal and Wordpress.
  • Volkswagens
My teams are NY Rangers, NY Yankees, ADK Phantoms, CT Whale.  I follow U of Minnesota Wrestling & Lehigh U Wrestling. Union & RPI Hockey.

I stopped being a NY Jets fan the day they signed Vick.

I wear bow ties often and my dogs are preppy a-holes.  A Field English Springer Spaniel, a Jack Russell terrier and an Andalusian Hound that was rescued from Spain. 

Beyond the typical circles like friends, family, college buddies, etc I post a lot to the following circles I've made;
  • Albany NY
  • Wrestling (The real type, NCAA & FILA)
  • Tech
  • Hockey
  • Kappa Delta Phi and Kappa Delta Phi NAS
Let me know if you want to be added to one of those.  If you circle me, please drop a line and tell me why and what circle you would like to be added to!

People who inspire me 
  • Ronald Reagan
  • Honey Badger
  • Dan Gable
  • J Robinson
  • MLK Jr.
  • Mark Messier
  • Pat Lafontaine
Books I can read over and over 
  • Dune Series by Frank Herbert 
  • America: The Last Best Hope by Bill Bennett  
  • The Dark Tower Series by Stephen King
  • Doctor Who
  • Torchwood
  • American Horror Story
  • The Walking Dead
  • Rescue Me
  • Star Trek
  • Life on Mars
  • Kings
  • Lost
  • Jericho
  • Battlestar Galactica
I play a lot of Call of Duty. A LOT.

Favorite Quotations

I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character. - Martin Luther King, Jr.

Latinos are Republican. They just don't know it yet. - Ronald Reagan

My fellow Americans, I am pleased to tell you I just signed legislation which outlaws Russia forever. The bombing begins in five minutes. - Ronald Reagan

And so, my fellow Americans: ask not what your country can do for you—ask what you can do for your country. - JFK

I "own" a couple of G+ Communities which reflect my interests - Wrestling Community  / The New York Rangers Hockey Fans Community and the Order of the Crow lite Community which is for a small handful of Kappa Delta Phi brothers and NAS sisters.

  • State University of New York at New Paltz
    English Lit, 1992 - 1996
  • Nyack College
    School of Business and Leadership, 2013
  • Franklin D Roosevelt High School
    1988 - 1991
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They're not kidding. That's one heck of juicy burger.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Took my 1 year old boy there is plast weekend and he loved it. Very nice place. Staff was very friendly.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
I went today with the family for the first time. We will be returning. Nice location and a nice way to spend a saturday.
Appeal: Very goodFacilities: Very goodService: Very good
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
I grew up in Brooklyn but moved to Upstate NY a decade ago. It's amazing what passes for a bagel outside of NYC. I went to Brooklyn Bagel & Coffee today while in the area and picked up two dozen b/c these things are the real deal. I'll make this place a must visit next time I'm in the area.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Not only did Dr. Jay Rugoff identify an issue with in minutes that other doctors misdiagnosed for weeks he also advised properly on what to do to get the situation rectified. Thank you Dr. Rugoff. You have a loyal patient in me.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
Nosh was packed but the staff was fast. Food is very good. Very good but a little pricey. Check your bag on the way out, they screwed me on the kanish and didn't put it in the bag. I'm willing to give them a pass on forgetting on putting the kanish in the bag since they've only been open a week. As far as delis go in the capital region, Gershon's deli finally has some competition. I'll be going back for more. This place is good, even if they screwed me on the kanish. (i'm not letting go of that and would have given them a 3/3 if not for that)
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Mike and crew do not disappoint. Top notch work.
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