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Liz Henry
Works at Mozilla Corporation
Attended University of Texas
Lives in California
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I miss her deeply. I'm so sorry for you and your and all her family's loss. <3 <3 eno so much.

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I sincerely hope fixing this beast was worth it. I didn't realize the problem was actually in the &^%#@$ BACK of it by the motor controller. I kept thinking it was in the front column! Arrrrrgh. You are a superhero.

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I love when he starts grinning and laughing! He looks so joyful

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OK that made me cry. Very sweet!

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Poor Phillip! hahahah!

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Surely the best silent movie where someone gets pecked in the butt by geese, ever.
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I loved this record so much when I was a kid!!! It's basically burned into my brain!

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Fuck yeah. <3 <3 Bliss Blood.

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&^*$@# amazing!

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Why didn't any of those people watching try to help, pull the car up slowly, or whatever! That guy's life was in danger. People are.... not smart sometimes

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That was beautiful

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this is Ms. B havin  not trina!
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Bugmaster
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open source software
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  • Mozilla Corporation
    Bugmaster, 2012 - present
    Messing with Bugzilla
  • BlogHer
    Web Producer, 2014
  • Socialtext, Inc.
  • University of Chicago
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California
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Houston - Chicago - Tuscon - Austin - Santa Fe - Irvine - Detroit - Houston - Ithaca - Narragansett
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  • Clash of Clans
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Anarchafeminist geek, utopian technopoet
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Education
  • University of Texas
  • DeAnza College
  • San Francisco State
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Wheelchair access is pretty good at this hotel. Level entrance, moderately big elevator, fits wheelchair in room though only a narrow one. Easier if you can walk a bit in the room. Bathroom has grab bars in tub. The hotel is lovely and has good room service. Very comfortable.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
There is an entrance to the Mozilla office at the corner of Embarcadero and Harrison, on Embarcadero next to the Mozilla Monument. It's up some stairs and there is a a receptionist during office hours. Further up the block on Embarcadero, there is a ramp that leads to the space between the brick buildings, a plaza with a fountain. Up at the top of the ramp there is a level entrance into the Mozilla offices, accessible for wheelchair users. There is currently no doorbell or intercom. Wheelchair users will generally have to get someone's attention inside or wait for someone with a badge to come along and let you in until a doorbell or intercom is installed.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Fabulous selection of bike accessories. The salespeople and mechanics were friendly and kind. I got a bunch of accessories for my mobility scooter and manual wheelchair, and unlike at some bike shops no one acted like that was weird or unusual, they thought through what kind of thing might be useful to me, and helped me find useful gadgets I hadn't thought of. One of the mechanics worked with me to cut down a metal bar to my scooter seat back and drill holes in it to readjust how the seat hit my back. So helpful! Would give an extra 5 stars!!
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Nice hot chocolate, applestrudel, and a place to relax and read after going to museums. There are newspapers and it is warm and nice inside. There is table service. Coffee is normally served on a little silver tray with a small glass of water. Accessibility: There is one small step up into the cafe as in most restaurants and shops in the Inner Stadt, shallow enough to go up backwards in a manual chair if you have the strength, and the doors push open both ways. The bathroom was doable for a very small wheelchair but not for most powerchairs. There is plenty of room in the cafe to fit in wheelchairs among the tables and seating -- it was not cramped.
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Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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Delicious coffee, pleasant relaxing atmosphere with big windows, high ceilings, and some outside tables. The scones were something special, light and fluffy and buttery. Honey ginger scones!!!! <3 Plus, there was a wheelchair ramp, the bathroom is wheelchair accessible, and there is enough space between tables to maneuver if you have a scooter or other mobility equipment.
Public - a year ago
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Reasonably wheelchair accessible with a large elevator, accessible bathrooms, and some signage. The people at the front desk will call you a taxi if you would like one. After the other parts of the Hofburg I visited, this was a relief and I really appreciated the improved access.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago