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Kliff Kapus
Works at Wild Smiles by Dr. Kapus
Attended Simi Valley High School
Lives in Livermore, CA
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Hey again. So for every friend who clicks through this link and signs up for updates about Narrative (wearable camera) I get "karma" for a discount on pre-order. Could y'all take a moment and help me out?
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I will never, ever speak a bad word against Mr. McConaughey after watching this; he is the coolest mother f*cker since Fonzi. This was seriously the most amazing celebrity interview I've ever seen. 
By Cristina Arreola • February 26, 2015 • 11:16am Back in 2011, a pre-Oscars Matthew McConaughey appeared on Lopez Tonight to talk about his extreme love of Latinas and Latino culture (although he takes issue with the term "Latino.")Donning an "I didn't ask to B A Mexican, I just got lucky" shirt, McConaughey discusses his Mexican cuñada, speaks in pretty decent Spanish, and talks about his love of all things south-of-the-border — including h...
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Not a jack of all trades, but master of ONE. Understand the benefits of seeing a specialist for your orthodontic treatment. Please share. #orthodontics #braces #invisalign
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I still need to make an appointment and use all that insurance money for the year...
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Weighted dips. 75 pound dumbell hanging from a chain between my knees. Oooo baby... I'm still here. 
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Smarter than me. I used to do them with 45 plates. Then I got tired once and got a clenching reminder of my more flacid muscle. No more weighted dips with short chains for me:-)
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So I leaned out faster than intended. Not doing a contest prep so it's back to adding mass. 1.25 pound sweet potato, 6 oz chopped beef brisket, 6 oz smoked chicken. 
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I have to try this the next time I'm feeling anti-social...
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nice one...................................
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Please help me out? I earn "karma" for every friend who follows this personalized link and clicks "get started" and enters their info. It's basically registering for updates on a cool new product called "Narrative". Check it out! Thanks for helping!
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Oooookay. But it's like a drug commercial. Not a clue what it's about. 

Got to catch viewers attention in 5-7 secs or gone like the memory of a goldfish.
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Update on the shooting in Livermore... 
Livermore resident James Wears was arrested on Sunday in connection with the fatal shooting that left two dead.
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Ebola. Real threat or media shitstorm?
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OK, here's a post workout breakfast. Steel cut oatmeal with wheat germ and blueberries, 8 egg whites and three (low fat) chicken sausages. Also, Lucerne Protein Plus Dairy Beverage (480gm).
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Silva. I get them at Costco but it's hit or miss if they have them. I usually buy 'em out and freeze them. 
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I'm gonna to have to ask you to respect my personal space, bro... 
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I agree Kliff, not homophobic at all. I think it's hilarious and I'm a big, unapologetic 'mo :-D
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If it doesn't challenge you, it doesn't change you. 
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Animal handler, molecular biologist, dentist, orthodontist, husband and father of three...
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  • Simi Valley High School
    1987
  • U.C. Davis
  • U.O.P. Dental School
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Klifford Kapus
We love Target. Great shopping experience and groceries too. Special shout out to Mike at the Pharmacy; the team there does a great job! Grab a frapuccino and a shopping cart and enjoy.
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It's the Grand Canyon! Drove here from Northern California and it was worth every mile! Classic road trip destination and my kids had a blast too. Pictures don't do this place justice, it's awesome!
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reviewed a month ago
This place is fantastic! My three boys ages 7, 9 and 11 had a blast. Not only did they enjoy the dinosaurs (like most kids do) they also got a charge out of the other areas of the museum, even displays that are traditionally "boring". Native American life was very cool and my kids had fun assembling pot shards like a puzzle. My oldest son (who knows about these sorts of things) informed me that this museum enjoys one of the only three complete Camarasaurus skeletons in the world. And here I thought it was just a plain old Brontosaurus! The geological region of the museum is also impressive with some beautiful specimens to admire. Downstairs and out back is a place to pan for gold and a simulated dinosaur dig where kids can brush away the dirt and sand to uncover buried "fossils". There is even a mining display that you can walk through and an old time jail you can climb into. We had fun posing for pictures behind impressively heavy and realistic iron doors! It sort of looked like a set for The Walking Dead! The whole thing took about three hours to explore but I could see someone taking more or less depending on pace. The back patio with its gold panning and dino dig could easily occupy an hour in and of itself. I highly recommend this clean, modern and enjoyable museum!
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We are a family that's really into zoos, wildlife refuges and preservations and this place was a treasure that we stumbled onto while driving to the Grand Canyon. You get to drive through animal pens and deer, elk, bighorn sheep, bison, wolves and bears can walk right up to your vehicle. We got some great photos and our kids had a blast. When we came it was $20 per adult and $10 per kid under 12 years old so we made it in after tax for just under $80 bucks. This gets access to the drive through exhibition but also a walk through area where you can see otters, bears, foxes, and raptors. This is a one of a kind attraction and we felt it was well worth the admissions cost. The walk through area took about 30 minutes to see and the drive through was about an hour. Two thumbs up; highly recommended!
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This is a beautiful facility and the staff are fantastic. We got lost on the way to our rooms and a housekeeping staff member noticed us and immediately dropped what she was doing and helped us get to our suite. There were several other incidences of this type of generosity of spirit from other employees. From the pool bartender to the check in lady, everyone was pleasant and helpful. The lobby is gorgeous and our room was spotless. WiFi is not free but it's like 5 bucks for 24 hours. Or, if you're cheap you can hang in the lobby and get free wireless internet from an AT&T hotspot! Perhaps my standards are low since we've been staying in roadside inns and motels during our drive from California but I was pleased as punch to stay here. The restaurant served a breakfast sandwich that was really, honestly delicious. I will seriously consider making something similar at home. The coffee? OMG. Amazing. I'm going to be perpetually wired while I stay here! The pool is beautiful and my kids had a blast. Ask for a prickly pear margarita from the pool bar; they're wonderful. I stayed here for an orthodontist convention but if I ever come back to Scottsdale I will be returning HERE.
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What a gorgeous hike! The trail is about 0.7 miles long but climbs up a steep incline of red, red rock. According to the sign at the trailhead the vertical ascent is about 700 feet. My wife and our three boys (ages 7, 9 and 11) were able to scramble up the path with a bit of effort and anyone in reasonably good physical condition should also be able to make it. The view from the top is amazing and so worth the time invested. The stunning vistas and photo opportunities are the jewel of Arizona and there's nothing else remotely like it elsewhere. The whole trip up and back took a leisurely 2 hours but we spent a lot of time at the end of the trail having a snack and taking pictures.
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The accommodations were acceptable but there was a high pitched squeal that sounded like automobile brakes that cycled all night long. Made sleeping extremely difficult. Before you spend the money, listen for this sound. It's eerie and consistent and if it's going to annoy you then go elsewhere. If not for the noise I would give the place a higher rating.
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